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Longtime Chef: ‘Need Not Fear’ Big Changes at Crook’s Corner Under New Chef, Ownership


Iconic Chapel Hill eatery Crook’s Corner is being sold to new local ownership and is bringing in a new chef. The restaurant situated at the corner of Franklin Street and Merritt Mill Road where Chapel Hill gives way to Carrboro has been a local food staple for more than 30 years. Its culinary clout has drawn nationwide attention to the eatery and its chef . (Chapelboro.com)

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