Seafood Destiny, a Greensboro-based business that serves made-to-order crab legs, lobster, shrimp, and more is opening on the corner of Columbia and Franklin Street in the site formerly operated by Lotsa Pizza, announced the Downtown Chapel Hill Partnership. The owner of Seafood Destiny, Anthony Knotts, said he and his son, Jalen, hope to be operational in late 2021. Follow the restaurant on Facebook.

Seafood Destiny

Other restaurants that have opened, moved, and expanded during the pandemic:

Brandwein’s Bagels, Chapel Hill

Pastry Chef Kim Mayer, Hillsborough Bake Shop

Nomad, Hillsborough

Old East Tavern, Chapel Hill

Chef Daniel Jackson, Osteria Georgi, Chapel Hill

Que Chula Tacos and Craft Tequilas, Franklin Street, Chapel Hill

Summit Coffee, 140 West, Chapel Hill

Coming Soon: These Are Not Open Yet

Kipos, Chapel Hill

The restaurants alone are reason enough to visit Orange County. For a quick snack, a laid-back brunch, casual meal, or fine dining, our Carolina communities offer something to satisfy every appetite.

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