Freshest, tastiest, home-made sandwiches, soups, and coffees in town. AND... fabulous desserts.
full calorie squash casserole & mac and cheese, by the pound.
Guglhupf is one of my all time favorite places in Durham, NC and has been for about 5+ years. Everything I've ever ordered has been amazing (especially the chocolate croissants). And the prices are very reasonable too.
As of Oct. 2008, the Refectory Cafe is no longer open for dinner on Sundays. The website says their hours are 8:00am - 2:30pm daily.
Greatest bread sinc e leaving NYC.It's really almost there if not there already. I recommend this place highly
There is a La Vita Dolce at Southpoint Mall that is open. Owned by the same people. Come visit.
The Marketplace is worth the drive to Pittsboro--they have the best sandwiches in the triangle and a wonderful atmosphere. Sunday brunch is great too, and they often have live music at noon for brunch. I highly recommend it!
A friend told me about this place. It has great food, a friendly atmosphere, and is close to where I work (RTP). I totally recommend this as a great lunch spot. The other day I used their family carry home dinner. Told them how many I needed to feed, swung by there on the way home and had a nice dinner with my family.
The pastries and cakes they make are heavenly. I have used them twice for office birthdays, and the cakes are to die for. I purchased the Berlin cake, twice. The second time, it was by popular demand of my staff. They also made me some nice cookie bags as a birthday gift. And their customer service is excellent. I highly recommend this place. J.G.
This is a great lunch spot located pretty close to RTP. This is NOT fast food, in any sense of the word, but the burgers are awesome and it's a cool little family owned restaurant.
Went here for the first time last night and loved it. Incredible value for your money. I thought I would be getting a very small amount of food, but it was a complete meal for only about $6. The chicken parmesan crepe and the Oscar crepe (ham and asparagus) that my husband and I had were both excellent. The great thing was that they have whole wheat crepes! So nice to find healthy options. We had a strawberry desert crepe as well that was good but nothing fantastic, as it was made with frozen strawberries and canned whipped cream. I can't comment on the coffee or smoothies since we didn't have anything but water. It's in a strip mall, but it has a nice little coffee house atmosphere inside. Will definitely be coming back, even though it's a long drive from Carrboro.
Reminds me of Paris! All kinds of crepes. Banana Nutella, eggs benedict, chicken cordon blu, many more made-to-order. Yummy. Fast-casual, friendly. Bring a movie date or shopping friend. Free WiFi. They have my favorite coffee & lattes too - Larry's Beans! Check out the mocha frappes made with real ice cream and real espresso.
I like the la dolce vita
I wish they were open more .
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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