22 Chapel Hill restaurants have closed during the pandemic; others are trying to adapt

By Sally Buckles

Linda’s Bar and Grill as seen in February 2021. The restaurant added breakfast options to expand business options during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Ava Pukatch / Carolina Connection)

If you’ve been on Franklin St. recently, you’ve likely seen some familiar faces…and empty spaces. Over the course of the pandemic, 22 restaurants in Chapel Hill have closed.

Sally Buckles reports.

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