Our Latest Obsessions: Heavy Metal, Cheeseheads & Duck Bolognese

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The staff at Chapel Hill Magazine are all over town, finding out the latest and greatest things you should probably know about. Here’s our list:

Tennis Tournaments

UNC Tennis

FullSizeRender 2Jenny checked out the UNC Men’s Tennis team as they dominated Georgetown and North Carolina A&T in a double header. And Andrea caught a lot of the action at the Chapel Hill Tennis Club Indoor Tournament on Saturday.

Adorable Sweaters at Red Hen

Red Hen sweaters

Andrea found a couple of adorable sweaters for her niece at Red Hen.

Front Rows at Silverspot

chapel hill magazine at silverspot

Sunday’s wintry mix made it the perfect day to catch an early movie. Once you sit in the front row (with ottomans!) at Silverspot, there is no going back.

Duck Bolognese at Crossroads Chapel Hill

Crossroads Chapel Hill

If you haven’t checked out the Carolina Inn‘s restaurant since its relaunch, what are you waiting for? Andrea highly recommends the duck bolognese.


Nobel Prize winner Aziz Sancar was honored last weekend at the Carolina Hurricanes game.


For her first Local 506 concert, Jessica saw metal band 1349 and thank goodness she brought earplugs! (Thankfully the bar/music venue sells them in case you ever need a pair.)

Maple View Ice Cream


After shopping at University Place, Andrea worked up quite an appetite. She headed to the Maple View kiosk for two scoops of black cherry.

Carolina Brewery Beers


Want some variety in your beer selection? Jenny loved seeing all the brews on hand at Carolina Brewery.

Cheeseheads in Chapel Hill


Who knew there were so many Green Bay Packers fans in Chapel Hill! Jenny got to catch the Packers v. Cardinals games with them at Four Corners Grille on Franklin Street.

Pumpkin Beer at the Root Cellar


The Root Cellar’s got way more than just made-from-scratch sandwiches! Jessica spotted a pumpkin stout beer she just had to try while waiting for her lunch. 


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Jenny Hunt

Marketing associate Jenny Hunt is a transplant to the Triangle, and she loves every minute of it. She enjoys discovering everything from new bistros to new bands. She's a lover of opera and classic novels. And when she's not at an event or writing a story, she's cheering on the UNC men's soccer team!
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