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11) DRIVE-THRU BISCUITS

There are several places in Chapel Hill that serve a distinguished Southern breakfast. Diners linger over gravy-smothered pork chops and eggs at Mama Dip’s (408 West Rosemary Street; 919-942-5837; www.mamadips.com) and peerless shrimp and grits at Crook’s Corner (610 West Franklin Street; 919-929-7643; www.crookscorner.com). But for a morning meal on the go that’s equally unforgettable, roll up to the drive-through-only Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen (1305 East Franklin Street; 919-933-1324), where the iced tea is tooth-achingly sweet and the main course is fluffy, buttery and filled with salty country ham ($2.02) or crisp fried chicken ($3.40).

The second story of our historic building houses The Black Water Loft. A cozy and inviting coffee house, the Loft offers a full espresso menu with many artisan style coffee drinks created by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. The Loft also features the Old Crow Espresso – a seasonal espresso project developed by manager Rose McCutchan and Red Rooster Coffee Roaster – as well as drip coffees and single cup pour-overs from Red Rooster’s Organic & Fair Trade offerings.
If you’re not in the mood for coffee we also offer all-fruit smoothies, hot chocolates, italian sodas, cream slushies, a selection of organic teas and locally brewed kombucha from Buffalo Mountain Kombucha.
The bakery at Black Water Loft offers sweet and savory treats created by Theda Anderson and baked fresh every day. Choices include muffins, scones, cookies, bars, bialys, cupcakes, rugelach, sweet rolls and more, including gluten-free and vegan options. We also have bagels from Grateful Bread here in Floyd and from Roanoke Bagel Company as well as biscotti from Sweetwater Baking Company.
Asheville Wine Market—65 Biltmore Avenue 828 253-0060

The Paris Market

Visual eye candy and heavenly treasures fill every nook and cranny of this two-story boutique. You might find something new or something old, but always something you can’t live without. There is also a lovely little café where you can enjoy a treat and catch up with friends. Frozen hot chocolate or café au lait. Yes, please!

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11) DRIVE-THRU BISCUITS

There are several places in Chapel Hill that serve a distinguished Southern breakfast. Diners linger over gravy-smothered pork chops and eggs at Mama Dip’s (408 West Rosemary Street; 919-942-5837; www.mamadips.com) and peerless shrimp and grits at Crook’s Corner (610 West Franklin Street; 919-929-7643; www.crookscorner.com). But for a morning meal on the go that’s equally unforgettable, roll up to the drive-through-only Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen (1305 East Franklin Street; 919-933-1324), where the iced tea is tooth-achingly sweet and the main course is fluffy, buttery and filled with salty country ham ($2.02) or crisp fried chicken ($3.40).

The second story of our historic building houses The Black Water Loft. A cozy and inviting coffee house, the Loft offers a full espresso menu with many artisan style coffee drinks created by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. The Loft also features the Old Crow Espresso – a seasonal espresso project developed by manager Rose McCutchan and Red Rooster Coffee Roaster – as well as drip coffees and single cup pour-overs from Red Rooster’s Organic & Fair Trade offerings.
If you’re not in the mood for coffee we also offer all-fruit smoothies, hot chocolates, italian sodas, cream slushies, a selection of organic teas and locally brewed kombucha from Buffalo Mountain Kombucha.
The bakery at Black Water Loft offers sweet and savory treats created by Theda Anderson and baked fresh every day. Choices include muffins, scones, cookies, bars, bialys, cupcakes, rugelach, sweet rolls and more, including gluten-free and vegan options. We also have bagels from Grateful Bread here in Floyd and from Roanoke Bagel Company as well as biscotti from Sweetwater Baking Company.
Asheville Wine Market—65 Biltmore Avenue 828 253-0060

The Paris Market

Visual eye candy and heavenly treasures fill every nook and cranny of this two-story boutique. You might find something new or something old, but always something you can’t live without. There is also a lovely little café where you can enjoy a treat and catch up with friends. Frozen hot chocolate or café au lait. Yes, please!

"The second story of our historic building houses The Black Water Loft. A cozy and inviting coffee house, the Loft offers a full espresso menu with many artisan style coffee drinks created by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. The Loft also features the Old Crow Espresso – a seasonal espresso project developed by manager Rose McCutchan and Red Rooster Coffee Roaster – as well as drip coffees and single cup pour-overs from Red Rooster’s Organic & Fair Trade offerings.
If you’re not in the mood for coffee we also offer all-fruit smoothies, hot chocolates, italian sodas, cream slushies, a selection of organic teas and locally brewed kombucha from Buffalo Mountain Kombucha.
The bakery at Black Water Loft offers sweet and savory treats created by Theda Anderson and baked fresh every day. Choices include muffins, scones, cookies, bars, bialys, cupcakes, rugelach, sweet rolls and more, including gluten-free and vegan options. We also have bagels from Grateful Bread here in Floyd and from Roanoke Bagel Company as well as biscotti from Sweetwater Baking Company."
"Asheville Wine Market—65 Biltmore Avenue 828 253-0060"
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The Paris Market

Visual eye candy and heavenly treasures fill every nook and cranny of this two-story boutique. You might find something new or something old, but always something you can’t live without. There is also a lovely little café where you can enjoy a treat and catch up with friends. Frozen hot chocolate or café au lait. Yes, please!

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