If you're a Wine Authorities regular, then you know co-owner Seth Gross, who is always glad to steer customers to bold, new potions or old favorites.
Gross announced today another bold venture: He plans to open Bull City Burger and Brewery at 107 E. Parrish St., within the Rogers Alley project in downtown Durham. Opening date is scheduled for February 2011.
The hamburgers and hotdogs will be made from North Carolina grass-fed beef, and the buns, mustard, ketchup and pickles will either be made from scratch or purchased locally. The beer will be brewed onsite at the restaurant's full-scale brewery; a careful selection of wine, obviously, will also be on the drink menu.
Gross said he will remain an active co-owner of Wine Authorities.
Read the full press release for more information. BullCityBurgerAndBrewery_PressRelease_Aug2010.pdf
Chicken? Good. Waffles? Yes, please. Combine them with hazelnut syrup and chocolate shmear? Delicious. It’s what I imagine a five-year-old would make for dinner if given gourmet training.
They offer classic fried chicken and waffles with hot sauce and syrup along with fancier items, which include blueberry and sweet potato pancakes, shmears made with fresh fruit and grilled chicken.
As Bull City Rising reports, Dame’s is having a “soft opening” for lunch. The restaurant’s website, www.dameschickenwaffles.com, is yet to launch. Meals are a bit pricey, $10 to $12 on average, but come with a side and a unique experience.