Crooks Corner Chapel Hill Watercolor


Crooks Corner Chapel Hill watercolor by Janet Francoeur, Crooks Corner

In 1951, at that intersection, Rachel Crook was murdered and the case was never solved. Since then, the Crook’s building has served as a taxi stand, bait & tackle shop, pool hall and for years stood deserted. In 1978, Cam Hill (Chapel Hill native & former Town Council Member) remodeled the dilapidated building and opened a barbecue house calling it Crook’s Corner in Rachel’s honor.


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Crooks Corner Chapel Hill – Print from original watercolor by Janet Francoeur. Crooks Corner is located, where else, on a corner on Franklin Street. The building is just before the West End of Chapel Hill turns into the town of Carrboro. The life-size Pink Pig sculpture and their installation of found hubcaps lets you know you are in the right spot! When you arrive at Crook’s, expect seasonally inspired Southern food served in a casual, cozy dining room, you can check out the menu here! The dining room is wrapped with local art that changes each month. Crooks Corner Chapel Hill – watercolor – the image measures 8 x 11′. Janet is well known for her paintings of North Carolina scenes.    Free shipping in the lower 48.



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