Entries by splinter

Susie’s September Newsletter

Dear Crook’s Family, September. Wild, unpredictable storms aside, a sense of rhythm and balance returns with school schedules and shorter days. The exuberance of summer produce on the menu becomes more streamlined, and flavors find a fall footing. That said, we still have fried okra with cherry tomatoes, and we will continue to have local […]

Susie’s August Newsletter

Dear Crook’s Family, I know y’all can feel it, too; summer is winding down. The days are getting shorter, and the school buses are practicing their routes through my neighborhood. That doesn’t mean summer food can’t be found, but it does mean that I have to remind you that tomato season comes to an end, soon, […]

Get it while you can!

The Crook’s Picnic Plate is back on the menu featuring a ½ cold fried chicken, deviled eggs, watermelon wedge, cukes & onions and potato salad. This dish has been selling out, so if you have your heart set please give us a call before you head over to make sure we still have some.

Join us for our Wednesday Supper Club!

Hey y’all! We’re starting a supper club, a family style dinner party the last Wednesday of each month. We’re kicking it off Wednesday, July 31st at 6 pm featuring Bill Smith fare. 3 Courses for $45 (not including drinks, tax, and tip). Click here for more details and to reserve your spot.

July Featured Artist Lauren Deserres

All of July we’re featuring Pittsboro artist Lauren Deserres on our walls. Lauren creates narrative imagery featuring plants and animals, many of them inspired by her home state of North Carolina.