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ISO Chapel Hill Dinner Spot

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ISO Chapel Hill Dinner Spot

klmonline | Sep 17, 2007 04:03 PM

Here's yet another post looking for suggestions from the local hounds. My dad and his wife are coming into Chapel Hill for a night and we are going to meet them for dinner. They will have been driving a lot that day, so I don't want to get in the car and take them back over to the Raleigh/Cary area I know better. I need some Chapel Hill expertise, and you are the folks to deliver it!

I'm going to throw you a laundry list of criteria to help you help me find the perfect place to meet everybody's preferences in our dining group.

RULES OF THE GAME:

1) In or very close to CH. No significant driving (especially since it's a Friday evening).

2) Mildly upscale is okay, but nothing "coat-and-tie" dressy.

3) No place where the only good thing to eat is beef dishes or barbequed pork. One of our party prefers chicken/fish/veggies to beef and pork.

4) Must allow for table conversation. No noisy pub-dives, takeouts, or counter dining.

5) Ethnic foods are highly prized. Almost any culture, but authentic native style... Not fusion places such as Jujube or Lantern (based on what I infer from their menus).

Rule 6: THERE IS NO........................................rule six!

7) One of our party is not a fan of Thai food (dock that person several million points!!!)

Okay, gang. Work your magic! :)

Dang, if only Queen of Sheba was still open. We all loved that dining experience the last time they drove through town.

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