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The Carolina Inn’s Crossroads Restaurant Offers Three-Course Lunch Special to Celebrate Administrative Professionals Week

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (April 12, 2012) – Searching for a special way to acknowledge your valued administrative staff this month? How about a three-course lunch at one of only three Forbes Four-Star restaurants in North Carolina and a AAA Four Diamond rated restaurant.

The award-winning Carolina Crossroads Restaurant at The Carolina Inn is offering a special three-course lunch for $28 during the Administrative Professionals Week, April 23-27.

Executive Chef Jimmy Reale dishes up spring with his many menus chock full of fresh local products and worldly traditions featuring a Southern twist.

Make your restaurant reservation today by calling 919-918-2735 or visit

Built on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill in 1924 by John Sprunt Hill – distinguished alumnus, successful businessman and University trustee – The Carolina Inn’s original concept was “to provide for the special wants and comforts of the University alumni...and University visitors.” The historical Carolina Inn features 185 charming and well-appointed guestrooms including 7 luxury suites.

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