5 New(ish) Outdoor Eats for Spring

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Al's Burger Shack
Al’s Burger Shack

Deep fried & outside

Bella’s International Cuisine

Enhance any lazy morning with a southern classic: fried green tomatoes. Bella’s International Cuisine opened in Carrboro last fall and, true to its name, offers a variety of international eats and treats that you can enjoy under the sun. bellasic.com

Open-air burger fare

Al’s Burger Shack

Al’s has been cooking up some pretty out-of-this-world burgers for a little over a year. What makes the spot truly unique, though, is its covered outdoor dining. Grab a picnic table and spice things up with the jalepeno-stuffed Paco burger. alsburgershack.com

Franklin’s front porch

Sup Dogs

There’s something so right about a hot dog in the sunshine. Sup Dogs isn’t your average hot dog joint. It has a porch—that’s right—a porch with televisions for outdoor eaters. Enjoy the buzz of Franklin Street by adding a Sup Swirl (a frozen blend of margarita and sangria) to your meal. supdogs.com

Gourmet bites under blue skies

Olio & Aceto Cafe

Spring has sprung at breakfast and lunch place Olio & AcetoThe cafe’s new spring menu offers a variety of fresh eats including a Caprese sandwich, fish and chips and a Cuban. Feeling extra outdoorsy? Catch the Olio & Aceto food truck around town for a quick bite. olioandacetofoodtruck.com

Fresh eats, sweet treats

Fig & Honey

Part southern comfort food, part Mediterranean influence, one hundred percent perfect springtime chill spot. Whether you’re feeling an egg biscuit and a falafel with hummus or want to cool down with a chocolate milk shake, enjoy your meal in the sunshine at Fig & Honey. figandhoneync.com

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Dree Deacon

A third generation native Chapel Hillian and soon-to-be graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill, editorial intern Dree Deacon is truly a born and bred Tar Heel. She's written for several local outlets and hopes to continue to expand her repertoire in the world of publication upon graduation.
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