Glasshalful opened its doors as a wine bar with small plates. It has now expanded its dinner menu to full sized entrees and opened its doors for lunch! They have a great selection of wines from all around and the food is excellent. You can also choose to eat outside under umbrellas. And the parking is incredibly easy in a large lot right next to it.
If you are into an intimate French restaurant, don’t miss Provence. This little restaurant was opened in one of Carrboro’s old mill houses right on Weaver Street by a French chef originally from southern France, Marseilles. The seafood dishes as a result are outstanding! And there is outdoor dining available at Provence as well.
Both of these restaurants are locally owned and operated. Great care is given to service and quality of menus and food.
This charming little town is biking or walking distance to Chapel Hill’s University of North Carolina.