|Make the Dragon Eye Martini at home|
|Love a Southern porch. Who's that handsome man in a Carolina Blue shirt? I claim one. Look, both men are checking email or the weather.|
Hmmm, the Inn is reported to be haunted, too. I've been told that Dr. Jacocks is quite the friendly ghost. Personally, I don't care to find out. Here's some advice if you get spooked easily, don't ask for room 256 because you may not be alone. Dr. Jacocks, the Inn's beloved ghost, loves to lock guests out of their room. You see, he lived at the Inn for 17 years after his retirement. I don't blame him. I like room service, too.
The Carolina Inn has fun with this story. It serves a special Halloween dinner every year, and even offers guests special spooky overnight packages. The cocktail to order this year is the The Dragon Eye.
If you can't get to the Carolina Inn this year, you can make this at home.
The Carolina Inn's The Dragon Eye Cocktail
· 1 oz. Malibu Rum
· 1 oz. Midori
· Splash of Roses Grenadine
· Topped with OJ ( shaken and served Martini style )
Eyeball is lychee, blueberry and red jam.
|Yes, those pillows are Lilly Pulitzer|
And if you go, check out this great mirror and table in the lobby bathroom. I really like it.
|The Carolina Inn completed a renovation last year. I love the bathrooms near the Fairview Dining Room.|
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211 Pittsboro Street
Chapel Hill, N.C.