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About Crossroads Chapel Hill
Enjoy Southern Soul and Carolina Spirit on every plate! Nestled in the historic Carolina Inn you'll find the new Crossroads Chapel Hill, serving authentic Carolina cuisine prepared from regionally sourced ingredients. Relax at the expanded bar then enjoy dinner inside, or choose to dine outside near the fire pit, soothed by the soft music of a breeze slipping through the towering oak trees. Make a reservation now and get ready for a crafted dining experience.
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Southern, Contemporary American, Afternoon Tea
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Daily: 6:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Brunch Sunday: 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Lunch Monday - Saturday: 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Dinner Sunday - Thursday: 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Dinner Friday - Saturday: 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Carolina Inn has been helping brides and grooms fulfill their most cherished wedding dreams for generations. Our magic begins with a setting of historic Southern charm: Colonial architecture, immaculate lawns, and stately oaks and magnolias. Inside the Inn, the atmosphere of warmth and grace is accented by antiques and fresh flowers. We have intimate parlors, secluded garden courtyards, and expansive ballrooms. The Old Well Room, with its evocative 1920's décor, is especially popular for wedding events.
Complimentary valet parking is available for restaurant patrons. Crossroads Chapel Hill is located in the heart of Chapel Hill on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill - 1 block from Memorial Hall, 1 block from historic Franklin Street, 1 block from Ackland Art Museum, 2 blocks from Morehead Planetarium, and a 10 minute walk to Kenan Stadium.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For special event information visit www.carolinainnevents.com or call 800.962.8519.
Crossroads Chapel Hill is an ideal setting for all occasions from special gatherings of family & friends, bridal luncheons, baby showers & birthdays to more formal rehearsal or graduation dinners & business meetings. Please let our professional staff assist in planning your next dining event.
Crossroads Chapel Hill Ratings and Reviews
My fiance and I went to the Crossroads for an early Valentine's celebration. The food was great! Lots of options plus many classics. I thoroughly enjoyed the corn beef hash and the grits. You can never go wrong with a Belgian waffle. The only disappointment was the rib-eye. It looked appetizing but it was a bit tough to chew. The place is a bit pricey. I would say if you don't value dessert, you may need to get your moneys worth with multiple trips to the omelet station. Bring a big appetite and you will definitely be full by the end of the meal!
This was our second great meal at Crossroads. My only critique has to do with the TV in every room. Not everyone wants to be watching sports over the shoulder of their companion (or being the one watched past), and the restaurant should have at least one room where the TV is off during dinner.
I cannot say enough positive about our dinner. The setting was relaxed and quiet. The service was impeccable--responsive without hovering. They were attentive to our every need/want. It was our anniversary and they delighted us with a special dessert. On top of all that the food was excellent. The scallops were some of the best I have ever had. Overall a wonderful experience.
We ate here on a Carolina game day which of course makes a difference in business, noise level and such. Nevertheless we had a great time. We had our two kids and they had a blast as a “fancy” restaurant. They even had a 3 course meal menu for the kids - which they absolutely loved. Food was great, company was fun, service was wonderful. Menu is a little pricey but it’s what you get.
The Crossroads has long been one of our favorites places to eat. As a matter of fact, we make it a point to make reservations for a brunch or dinner each time we visit Raleigh. The food is always impeccably prepared, and everyone from the hostess to the wait staff treat you as a special guest. The ambiance is upscale but not pretentious. I would recommend a sport coat for the men.
very nice comfort food, tomato soup and grilled cheese, that was a far throw from childhood fare! soup was delicious, and the multiple cheeses in the sandwich were scrumptious. a bit more than either of us could eat, so we brought some home for lunch the next day. definitely recommend this place for food, ambiance, and attentive staff.
I wanted to experience Carolina Inn dining. I chose Sunday brunch. The food was good, not great. The hostess asked if a booth was okay and then left us standing unclear where we should sit. The brunch items were not hot. The food was tasty enough, but not anything I would return for. Service was not very attentive. I had to ask for a coffee refill. I was disappointed with the experience.
We traveled from Dallas to Raleigh in order to stay at the Carolina Inn and dine at the Crossroads restaurant. The hotel and dining room were exquisitely decorated for Christmas, and the ambiance in the dining room was exactly what we had expected. In addition, we were very pleased with the attentiveness and graciousness of our servers. The food was, of course, delightful, to say the least. Obviously, the experience was well worth the trip, and we will surely return to this wonderful and historic hotel.
The Sunday buffet had the perfect attributes of quality and quantity. The number of choices had been carefully thought out to create a generous number, but not at the expense of conflict in flavors, texture, eye-appeal. Every food was superb in itself and coordinated well with other choices. Each dessert was delicious. This was the best Sunday brunch buffet we have experienced in years at such a reasonable price. Staff was friendly and attentive without hovering.
We stayed at the Carolina Inn for 3 nights over the Thanksgiving weekend. On Friday we invited our son and his family to lunch at the restaurant. The service was perfect. No complaints. On the contrary. Our server Javier went above and beyond. However, the food was another mater. We were 4 adults and 2 toddlers ages 1 and 4. For one burger, a blt sandwich, 2 salmond salads, 2 cups of soup and two kids meals (mack n cheese and chick nuggets) we paid a few $$short of $160!but it wasn't just the money. The salads were so skimpy and sad looking, and the kids chick nuggets were so over cooked they didn’t eat them. Full disclosure... my son and his wife were perfectly happy and they intend to go back. My husband and I, on the other hand, will happily stay at the hotel but eat elsewhere..
This restaurant used to have the feeling of being in someone’s home...it fit the decor of the rest of the hotel. Wonderful menu, great service...lovely atmosphere.
Now you could be anywhere in a Hilton coffee shop.
It is as nameless and unattractive as any 5 entree hotel restaurant.
The staff generally try, but really need some training time.
The food, should be much better with such a limited ..burger and wrap... menu.
Say something nice...uhhh , good coffee.
We had not been to The Carolina Inn for dinner in several years. Our service was fabulous and the food was perfect. LOVE the biscuits with real honey and butter! I had scallops and my husband had salmon, all cooked just the right way. And the desserts were spectacular. Highly recommend a special occasion dinner at The Carolina Inn!! Thank you.
Came into town for an event. This is a convenient and quality Sunday brunch will the value of central location and valet parking. While it’s a buffet the food was very good (poached eggs in braised short ribs) with starter fruit smoothie and freshly made cheese biscuits, et al. Obviously the atmosphere and history of The Carolina Inn makes it unique and interesting.
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