Opened in 1975, Troll’s was an iconic Rosemary Street basement bar that fast became one of the most popular dives in the campus area. Many described the interior as “bomb shelter style.” With daily happy hour specials (including all-day on Sundays) that included $2 pitchers of Pabst Blue Ribbon, what could be better? The jukebox was packed with Jimmy Buffett and Hank Williams Jr. and darts and pinball were a big draw. A local revolt took place in the 1988 when the owners renovated and “cleaned up” the place. Most patrons wanted the sticky floors and unprintable graffiti back on the walls. Trolls finally closed up the cave in late 1991.
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A true one-of-a-kind place in Chapel Hill history. Walking down those concrete steps and stepping onto those sticky floors...wh could forget it. There's the owner Sam Schaffer greeting you with a loud "Whayasay", and Joe and Gary slinging $2 pitches of PBR as fast as they could. The tee is soft and fits great, and it never fails to engender conversations with total strangers who want to reminisce and retell their favorite Troll's stories. Heck, even people who've never been there have heard of it and will ask me what it was like. If you went to CHapel hill during the time of Troll's, this is a shirt you gotta have!