2013 at the Pittsboro Roadhouse

The Start of a New Year: 2013

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It’s January 1st, for a few more hours.

Have you been thinking about what changes you’d like in your life?

We’ve been thinking about what changes we want at the Pittsboro Roadhouse.

Our look. Everyone likes the renovations. We do too. So we’re good in that department. Phew! We worked hard on that!

Our menu. We get lots of feedback about our menu. We have those who love it. And we have customers who have been asking for more vegetarian, more vegan, more low-salt / low cream. While Tempura Dipped Bacon and the Roadhouse Angus Burger remain big sellers, our salads and especially our salmon dishes are very popular.

Greg Lewis, the Pittsboro Roadhouse owner, has had a long career in the food business, an his catering company, Catering-by-Design has done very well, winning 2 awards in 2012, one in Customer Service Excellence. Greg’s an excellent cook and loves creating new recipes. He’s said he’s been mulling over some changes for 2013, with no commitment yet as to when, but know some changes are in the works.

Our music. How are you liking our music lineup? Live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Have you seen who’s lined up for 2013? Email music@pittsbororoadhouse.com if you’d like to give us some feedback. We want to know what you think and feel, even if we can’t guarantee to please everyone. Your feedback counts.

Our Wednesday Open Mic and Karaoke with Raleigh Event DJ Brad Junell.  What do you think of those events? Brad Junell’s great as a host, isn’t he? We’re excited about the talent that’s been showing up, and hope more will join us in 2013. Tell us on Facebook, or email karaoke@pittsbororoadhouse.com or openmic@pittsbororoadhouse.com.

Our community events. The Siler City Christmas Parade. The Pittsboro Christmas Parade. The Pittsboro Roadhouse Christmas Party.

Thanks to all of you who rung in the New Year with us and ZamBamBooGee. It was a great way to end a most amazing year.