The music schedule at Roberts is different for this month. Jim Crisp only played this past Wednesday and will unfortunatly not be playing the rest of the month due to a holiday party, basketball, and then christmas all falling on Wednesdays. Brevan Hampden & Friends have not played here for some time. On Friday the 13th and 20th we will feature JT Parrothead (Acoustic Guitar and Singing) and on Saturday the 14th we will feature Alex Thompson (Solo Piano)
Thanks, Cameo, we've updated the information.
Yes, staycm, it appears that Java Divine is closed. We've updated the information. Thanks!
The address is wrong. It's 119 W. Main St., Suite 300, Durham, NC 27701
Downtown Durham has been missing soul food in the heart of Parrish St for a while. Places have come and gone, but I really hope this place stays. delicious . sweet, friendly Durham style service with a smile, and southern comfort food. the night we went, slow jams were right on time, too.
This entry is not correct. The Upper Deck no longer hosts open mics.
Thanks, Christy! We've updated the info.
Hi! I wanted to let readers of IndyWeek know that our address has changed! We are no longer in University Mall on Estes.
We are now located at:
370 East Main Street, Suite 130
Carrboro, NC 27510
This is beneath the new Hampton Inn in Carrboro, next to The ArtsCenter and Cat's Cradle.
The phone number is the same, so feel free to call us with any questions!
Why is this place even listed? It changed to the Farmhouse YEARS ago, and even that was torn down a couple of years ago. Long gone...
An remains my choice as best Asian restaurant in the triangle. Kudos to the current chef for consistency and wonderful execution of this menu. Prices are very reasonable for this quality of dining; lunch is simply a bargain and a nice introduction to An, always a nice Bento box option as well as menu. In the evening, a full dinner with wine, appetizer and gratuity will run about $50/person total. The sushi is generous and uber-fresh. The Thai wings appetizer are another treat for two. My favorite entrees include duck curry, crab cakes, NC flounder, Japanese eggplant, but there's lots more. Perhaps the only entree I'd pass on would be the lamb, just because it hasn't lent itself to the inventive cooking here and there's so many other great choices. There's vegetarian and mild dishes for the spice-challenged. And for an unexpected decadence, the hot Macadamia cookies are made to order and melt in your mouth.
Thanks, Art Enthusiast! We've updated the address.
ArtSource has moved two doors down from the address listed above. ArtSource Fine Art Gallery & Framing is now at 4351-107 The Circle at North Hills Street, Raleigh NC 27609.
The service and the food is great. Also the cartering is easy and the people taking calls are helpfull.
Overall I love Saladelia
love the food and the service!
LOVE the products, and terrific service!
Very good and innovative vegetarian food! Its more on the gourmet side than everyday food, but none the less most excellent.
This is, hands-down, the BEST pizza that I have had since living in NC on and off for the last 10 years. It's mind boggling that I didn't discover this until now.
Being from Long Island, NY, I have always detested any pizza place in North Carolina because the pizza simply didn't taste as good. Not only is the pizza delicious (thin crust style just like NY is supposed to be), but I was thrilled that they had cannoli!!! You can never find them down here! Like a pig, I ordered some tiramisu and cannoli. Also, I HIGHLY recommend their garlic knots, which are more like garlic fists because of their size. They are so yummy!
I will definitely have trouble staying away from this place ;)
I have been to most of the markets in the area and we are truly lucky to have so many choices.
The amount of effort and cooperation between vendors and the managers to create these shopping options, can often go unnoticed by the customers who spend their Saturday mornings leisurely strolling the many venues. I am particularly impressed with the Wake Forest Farmers' Market because this group puts on their show with no corporate sponsors or municipal funding of any kind. It's just a 'organic' community of farmers, bakers, craft persons and musicians who team up and bang out a marketing experience that I find truly enjoyable each time I go. From the lively conversations between the vendors themselves and the often fascinating discourse that takes place when a patron asks a question about something that caught their eye.
Though sometimes a little rough around the edges and not as polished as some others in their peer group, the Wake Forest Farmers' Market stands alone in when it comes to my favorite way to start my Saturdays.
Used to be awesome until Ziggy died and new management took over. Same name but culture and location changed, now it's more jazz like a suburban bar and grill with corn-hole on the patio. C-
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