Celebrate the original, way-before-its-time hipster pie joint, Pepper's Pizza— the original "sunny place for shady people" — opened in 1987 on E. Franklin in Chapel Hill (in the space formerly occupied by School Kids Records). In fact, it was owner of School Kids and a partner who started Pepper's (one of the owner's nickname) when the music store moved into a bigger space. Staffed by unique folks in their own individual sense of style (purple hair, blond dreadlocks, army boots, etc), Pepper's was ahead of its time with off-beat toppings and locally-sourced meats and veggies. They were also famous for the large graffiti-covered wall and sign at the entrance that read "No Whiners."
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The tank top that I ordered was a gift. The reception it got upon delivery was extraordinary! Had I known that this was going to be the case I’d have ordered sooner. Make no mistake, everything about the shirt is quality - the fabric, and, of course, the graphics. The recipient went from stunned & speechless to ecstatic & thrilled; her college days memories came “flooding back.” I’m so very grateful.
Pepper's was one of those places that helped change the aesthetic on Franklin Street, and it still has a loyal following. A while back I was wearing this stuff in Durham, and a guy way across the street yelled out "Nice Pepper's tee shirt, man!" People who knew Pepper's love it, so do yourself a favor and grab one of these before they're all gone!