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Sunday Brunch: City Kitchen

Let's try one of Chapel Hill's newest brunch establishments. City Kitchen is part of the Giorgios Hospitality Group. It is a remodel from Spice Street, transitioning the huge, open space from a restaurant with dramatic, international flair to more of a French corner bistro writ large. The redesign is definitely keeping with trends—apparently, we all want menus that boast of their simplicity and ingredient focus. The space is divided the same as it used to be: an inviting outdoors eating area, a modern stone bar, and a cavernous dining room that now boasts abstract takes on French art mixed in with a rustic country door.

This will be our last brunch of the year so come out and celebrate with your Meetup friends or make new ones. Don't forget the free Mimosa with brunch on Sundays!!!!


City Kitchen is about enjoying your friends and family in a setting that feels like home. At the entrance, fresh home baked bread and a roaring pizza oven set the stage for a culinary masterpiece. You’re greeted by a charcuterie – filled with smoked hams, chickens, porks, or whichever local catch our chef wants to cook that day.

Past that, our large dining room opens up, large enough to accommodate large groups and family gatherings, yet there’s enough soft plush chairs and intimate lighting so any couple can find a cozy spot.

Look around, you’ll see floor-to-ceiling chalkboards detailing the restaurant’s daily happenings, and everywhere you look, there’s whimsical and intriguing paintings and novelties, with famous quotes about love, cooking and life. Look close enough, and you’ll find a quote that circumnavigates the entire restaurant

A 30-ft long communal table extends from the kitchen. Here, guests never know what might happen – a new connection gets made with a family across the table; or the chef brings a surprise regional appetizer that’s in contention for permanent menu placement.

Add that to the most-distracting scent of freshly-baked pies and melted cheeses from local dairy farmers, and you’ll have a dining experience you’ll never forget.


They will allow us to pay our checks each separately!!!

Free Mimosa with Sunday Brunch from 10:30am-2:30pm!!!!!

Meetup dues:

Annual meetup dues of $5 will be collected at this Meetup from those that have not yet paid for the year. If this is your first Meetup with the group, dues are exempt until your second attendance. Thanks in advance for voluntarily offering your payment.

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  • Howard M.

    liked the people...saw some "old" friends and met several new including Elaine and Jan.

    December 2, 2012

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