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The entire Pergolotti family gets around by bike. Anthony departs their Carrboro home and heads to work in downtown Durham. His wife, Mackenzi, cycles to UNC’s campus. And 7-year-old Nightingale rides to school and to various activities, along with her grandmother, Phyllis Mastrocola.

April 2015

From the prettiest jewelry and plenty of pets to Chapel Hill’s perfect sunset-viewing spot, our April issue is packed full of great stories!

Foggy Ridge Cider Dinner

Chef Ricky Moore of Saltbox Seafood Joint and Chef John Eisensmith of Six Plates Wine Bar team up to present a four-course, seasonal dinner paired with The New York Times’ “America’s Favorite Cider Award Winner,” Foggy Ridge Cider from Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Start the evening with a cider-inspired cocktail on the greens of the gorgeous Sarah …

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Burger Smashdown at Fullsteam

Join burger chefs from Mattie B’s Public House, Tyler’s Taproom, Al’s Burger Shack, Buns and more as they create one of their favorite burger and side duos for you to eat and vote on. Beer will be provided by Fullsteam, and we’ll have Coke products for the kids! Plus live music and darts, ping pong …

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Artisan Cocktail Dinner

Five of Durham’s best craft cocktail makers are bringing you originally curated drinks paired with delicious bites from the kitchens of Jim Anile’s Revolution and Ben Adams’ Piedmont! Tim Neill of Bar Lusconi and Peccadillo, Olivia Gray of Revolution, Crawford Leavoy of Piedmont, Brad Weddington of Nana’s and Shannon Healy of Alley Twenty Six will …

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Roots of North Carolina Dinner

An intimate dinner with up to 75 guests will be hosted by renowned Durham chef Amy Tornquist at her restaurant Watts Grocery, which is well known for its focus on local agriculture and Southern flavors.  Amy will create a menu based upon and inclusive of dishes that have been created, cultivated and perfected in North …

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BBQ, Beer & Bus Tour

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/1″ css=”.vc_custom_1423162232406{padding-left: 25px !important;}”][vc_column_text][dropcap type=”2″]G[/dropcap]rab a seat on a Greenway bus and enjoy grub from three barbecue spots, each paired with local brews. All About Beer‘s Publisher, Daniel Bradford, will lead the crew to educate you about our local beer scene. Stop #1: Mystery Brewing in Hillsborough, where you’ll sample their beers and food …

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Grand Taste Experience

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] [dropcap type=”2″]E[/dropcap]xpect to be “Thanksgiving full,” as one patron described it last year, at the Grand Taste Experience!  You’ll spend the evening savoring dishes created by 20 of the best chefs in the region!  Meet local beverage makers producing your favorite beer, soda, coffee, and spirits.  You are sure to try something new.  And, …

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Our Latest Obsessions

Have you read our January/February issue yet? We spotted a copy among many of our other favorite reads at Citrine. We also attended Competition Dining battles, loaded up on Foggy Ridge Cider at Southern Season, tasted the new bar menu at [ONE] and attended a 70th birthday party for Linda Butler. During the week, we …

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The Volunteer: Allison Worthy

After almost two decades of living out a passion for volunteering daily, Allison is part of a network that now constantly comes full circle. “For me, volunteering is about contributing to my community and supporting causes I believe in,” she says. “I am most passionate about supporting our public schools and public education because I …

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7 Iconic Chapel Hill Dishes

  Originally published in the 2013 Relocation Guide MAMA DIP’S | CHICKEN AND GRAVY $10.95 To most born and bred Chapel Hillians, Mama Dip’s tastes like home. But nostalgia aside, there is a reason Mama’s has remained a mainstay over the past 35-plus years: It is darn good. The chicken and gravy takes their already …

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