Durham is full of pizza joints but this one's top notch, seasonal, and wood fired.
Another very good pizza place in downtown. Apps, salads, and pizzas are all fantastic. They have a nice wine list and bar too. The main dining room has large tables and they will seat multiple parties at the same table (at least pre-covid).
Pizza lovers!! Neopolitian style pizza. It’s worth the wait! Communal style and cool atmosphere.
“If you want to treat yourself, go here. An out-of-this-world tapas place, you can have a whole range of experiences from a quick snack and drink to a full-on dinner. Everything is delicious, the space is romantic and transporting, and the servers are friendly and willing to guide you on your tapas journey. They also have an incredible selection of sherry. Recommended: Warm Olives, Fresh Cheese with Pepper Jelly, Artichoke Salad, Patatas Bravas, Pan con Tomate. I could list the entire menu!”
“There are three locations of this creative coffee shop and roastery in Durham, but the closest is straight down Geer St. Try one of their creative drinks, including a wide selection of hot chocolates. This is a lovely place to sit and take in the Durham scene. After your coffee, you can stroll around the neighborhood and visit Fullsteam Brewery, browse local goods at The Mothership, or walk to the Durham Farmers’ Market. Pro-Tip: arrive early on Saturday to beat the line. Recommended: The Dr. Durham Latte, or check out the Lakewood location for made-to-order churros!”
“A modern take on an authentic ramen bar, but the real secret is the upstairs late-night Isakaya and their Whiskey Wednesdays.”
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“You don't have to be a member. Amazing wine selection, and good prepared food options. ”
“If you’re craving a burger, this is a popular counter service option that will not disappoint. Burgers -veggie and otherwise-, beer, dogs, and good company. If you don’t feel like trekking downtown, our local-er favorite is Town Hall Burgers over near Southpoint, about 5 minutes away.”