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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 22, 1988, Page 21, Image 21

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12OmnibusThursday, September 22, 1988 Find a coupon pick up that phone and dial for dinner From staff reports So. it's late. You're hungry. You've got a big chemistry exam in the morning. There's no time to fix anything at home 'cause you've still got mega studying to do. But you still need some food in your stomach so you can concentrate on balancing those equations. What's a poor starving student to do? Just pick up the phone. Reach out and touch a restaurant! Like most college towns, Chapel Hill is full of restaurants ready to come to you. A quick phone call can have a meal speeding to your door. Pizza is sometimes a struggling college students sole source of nutrition. There are plenty of Pizza Hut offers a delivery pizza delivery services in town to service in addition to their sit satisfy your tastes. down restaurants. Open from 11 Domino's Pizza, has several am to 1:45 am. Sunday through stores in Chapel Hill that will speed Thursday and 11 am to 2.45 am. that pizza to you in "30 minutes Friday and Saturday, Pizza Hut's or less" or you get $3 off the price, prices for a small 9-inch hand Open from 430 p.m. to midnight tossed pizza begin at $5.20 with Monday through Thursday, 1 1 am. 70 cents for each addition. Small toi am Friday and Saturday and pan pizzas begin at $5.65 and 80 11 am. to midnight on Sundav. Domino's prices begin at $6.10 for a 12-inch pizza with each addi tional item costing $1. Their large 16-inch pizza has a base price of $aso with each additional item costing $1.50. Domino's Doubles is a special offer where you can get two identical 1 2-inch pizzas for $9.40 and $1.70 for each addition. cents for each addition. A large 1 5- inch hand tossed pizza begins at $10.05, while a large pan pizza is $10.40. Each addition to a large costs $1. Checkers Pizza also offers many specials. Open daily at 11 am., Checkers closes at 1 am. on weeknights and at 2 am on Friday and Saturday. Prices begin at $5.80 for small pizzas, $7.05 for medium delivery to campus sites oniy. witn and $819 for a large, with addi- a $5 minimum order price, Mara tions costing $1 for the small, $1 .1 5 thon closes nightly at 1 1 p.m. for a medium and $1.30 for the Cumby's Pizza delivers only large. Deals Checkers offers include one thing: good pizza in addition a Veggie Special with a five-item to their original pizza crust, Gum pizza for the price of three items by's offers whole wheat. They and a Nightmare Pizza where have no minimum order and lots everything is included for the price of money-saving specials. Cumby's of six items. Granville Towers opens at 4 p.m. seven days a week residents are eligible for specials on and closes at 1:30 am. Sunday their pizza prices. through Thursday and at 2:30 am. Roman wings offers delivery Friday and Saturday, of chicken wings, subs, nachos, . Carrboro's Jade Palace Chi- fries. cole slaw and potato salad nese and Seafood offers any of in arifiirinn rn nizzas with a $5.75 its entrees for delivery within a r International Bagel What you need 1 bagel, cut in half horizontally mayonnaise or Italian salad dressing 2 ounces turkey 2 slices Canadian bacon, cooked 1 slice swiss cheese 1 tomato slice What you do 1 . Spread bagel halves with mayonnaise or Italian dressing. 2. On one bagel half, place turkey, cooked Canadian bacon, swiss cheese and tomato slice; top with other bagel half. Serves 1. I iit lilted, tf MM? You deserve a break today. A break from styrofoam boxes and heat lamps. You deserve the homemade goodness of a bagel from Bruegger's. Add custom blended cream cheese (seven to choose from), or perhaps ham, turkey, roast beef, chicken or tuna salad. So, get out of that McRut, and try a Bruegger's bagel, today. BEUECMSlDll'S BAGEL BAICERT 104 West rrtnUin, Chapel Hill 967-5248 626 Ninth St., Durham 286-7897 2302 Hillsborough St., Raleih 832-6118 Hoote 70 Wert at Pleasant Vtlley Promenade , Ralei(h 782-9600 minimum order, Roman wings is open noon tomidnight Monday through Thursday, noon to 1 am Fridays and Saturdays and 1 pm to 11 pm Sundays. Hungry Howies is a sub, salad and pizza delivery place open daily at 4 pm. They close at 11 p.m. on 3-mile radius of their sita witn a $6 minimum order price and $1 delivery charge for a single entee, 75 cents for two entrees and free delivery for three or more entrees. In addition to the prices men tioned above, most places have specials regularly. Check the Yellow weeknights and 1 am on Friday Pages of the Campus Directory, and Saturday. Hungry Howies has a $5 minimum charge and $1.50 for delivery, plus a buy one, get one free special on their pizzas. Marathon Restaurant offers subs, Creek dishes and pizza for the Village Advocate, Val-Pac Mailings and The Daily Tar Heel for coupons offering lots of bucks off your late night meals. in Chapel Hill, there just aren't any excuses for going hungry. Spice up your life with Mexican fare From staff reports Magdalena's at 508 W. Franklin St. offers a unique California- Mexican style cuisine. Their soe- a favorite of patrons. Vegetarians will definately want to try the quesa dilla a light tortilla filled with vegetables. Papagayo's is cialty is homemade soups, one of open for dinner 5:30 pm. to 9:30 the most popular being vegetar- pmnosuonmaayanasaturaay) ian chili. Entrees average $6.50 and and has a late night menu until include beans, rice or vegetables, midnight The lounge, which often Choose from traditional Mexican offers live entertainment is open dishes like burritos and chimichan- 4 pm. to 1 2:30 am. (1 :30 a.m. Friday gas, or try something different like and Saturday), shrimp fajitas and spinach flautas. Taco Bell is Chapel Hill's newest Magdalena's is open Monday Mexican entry. Located at 120 E through Friday for lunches (1130 Franklin St you can find standard am to 2:30 pm.), and seven days Mexican meals almost all under $3. a week for dinner (5 pm.-until). Taco Bell offers appetizers like Tijuana Fats is located at 403 nachos, Meximelts and crispas, as W. Rosemary St and features well as a variety of Mexican dishes: mainstream Mexican food. Choose tacos, burritos, tostadas, taco from burritos, enchiladas, beef or salads and even Mexican pizza You chicken fajitas, sauteed chicken can also try their newest addition: breasts, and many other entrees, all priced from $6 to $6.50. The lunch menu includes a two-taco or two-enchilada special for $3.25. Tijuana Fats is open seven days a week 11:30 am. to 2 am. Be sure chicken and steak fajitas. Flying Burrito at 746 Airport Road features Southwestern American food. Its specialties include fresh Mexican seafood and green chili. If you are daring, try to try the famed guacomole, the Raging Bull burrito, dubbed as which the Spectator chose as third the most dangerous burrito in the best in the Triangle. world. Entrees average $5. Flying Papagayo at the NCNB plaza Burrito is open for lunch (1 1 :30 am features standard light Mexican to 2:30 pm.) and dinner (5 pm. to food from $4.50 to $1 0 per entree. 1 0 pm. Monday through Thursday, Fish specials are offered almost 5 pm. to 11 pm. Friday through every day,- their grilled seafood is Sunday). - v, J s . i . it . , . i 4 J . f w : Fresh Pasta h.ti 1 LASAGNE VERDI I i LINGUINE VENEZIA hf CANESTRELLI CON FETTUCINE I n;; f I Grilled Seafood and f J Vegetarian Specialties Ifc&i WEST FRANKLIN STREET V V THE COURTYARD CHAPEL HILL XX 929-0297 Pyewacket Restaurant &'Bar 1 '-" L - " - " "" N LI IIIL ...Ill U mi. 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