Clothing stores open in Chapel Hill
Women’s boutique Fedora on the move: The women’s clothing store Fedora Boutique has moved from Carr Mill Mall in Carrboro to 151 E. Franklin St. in Chapel Hill.
The North Carolina company has six locations in the state, and an online store at www.fedoraboutique.com.
In its place in the Carrboro mall, the store Yellow Chair Market has opened, selling reclaimed, repurposed and recycled furniture and antiques.
Sophie & Mollie’s Boutique: The women’s fashion shop Sophie & Mollie’s Boutique has opened a second location Chapel Hill.
The new Chapel Hill store is the second location behind the original Apex store. It’s in a street-facing space in The Courtyard development on West Franklin Street.
Store co-owner Maria Ortega said the store at 431 W. Franklin St., Suite 210, sells dresses, pants, tops, jewelry and shoes for women. She said they appeal to a range of ages, from teenagers on up.
Bojangles’ open in Pittsboro: A Bojangles’ restaurant has opened in Pittsboro.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday for the new restaurant, which is owned by the franchisee behind the Siler City Bojangles’.
The two restaurant locations are just two of seven Bojangles’ restaurants owned by franchisee Joe Millikan in North Carolina and Virginia.
The 3,800-square-foot restaurant can seat up to 84 customers. It has free wireless Internet access and two flat-screen TVs.
The Pittsboro location is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. For information, call 919-542-0067.
Openings at 140 West: The Gentlemen’s Corner men’s clothing and accessories shop and the Spicy 9 Sushi Bar and Asian Restaurant have opened at the 140 West development on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill.
The mixed-use development is also home to Gigi’s Cupcakes, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, and Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom restaurant and bar and the Eye Care Center.
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