Everything very unprofessional. They just want to charge you an "revolutionary fee" with all the service making pressure on you. It was a terrible bar. It is a lot more better food and music around Durham with much nice people managing it.
The bread was so soggy it became batter. It was clear that the oil the potatoes, onions and pickles were fried in was, at best, very old if not rancid. What a disappointment.
I kept telling my husband about how good the burgers taste at Only Burger. We finally were in the area and I surprised him with lunch. Before he even was half way done he was already planning our next visit and what he would order.
You want a great Burger that isn't greasy and actually has real flavor ..... this is your place.
Great music but don't forget about the FOOD. When you get your full-rack babybacks and those divine french fries served on a large tray, you're in heaven! Impeccable staff. Great atmosphere. Families, old hipsters, academic types, bikers, it's all there. Finish off your ribs with a shooter of the best bread pudding on this planet. And how can you lose when you're located next to a tattoo parlor?
Bullfeathers is decent restaurant. To find restaurant menus and reviews for Fuquay Varina restaurants go to http:www.fuquayvarinanc.org
Cary Cookout has the best customer service around! Can't beat the price and shakes to die for!
Whether it's the blues jam w/ Butch, Friday's w/ the Duke Street Dawgs, or any other of the great venues at the BNG, you'll certainly be treated to some of the best music and very tasty food for the Triangle has to offer. This is a must do and you're sure to return and bring friends!
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The blues jam at Blue Note is a perfect storm. Lots of first-rate musicians who are happy to play with new folks and in new combinations. Hospitable owners and staff. Good and affordable food with great beers on tap. Cozy atmosphere where the energy is truly palpable. An audience that enjoys and appreciates the music (and dances!). Butch does a great job facilitating and making sure that everyone gets a chance to play.
I've played, off and on, in Durham for almost 35 years. Back in the day, if you weren't in a band, you had to sit in with people who were or play in pick-up bands at parties. Now we have the Blue Note Grill's jam MCed by Butch Haas, an even-handed assembler of Tuesday night blues groups. Some players are veterans of the area's best-known blues bands, some are solid journeymen and some may not have played in front of a crowd before. All are welcome and all are encouraged.It's like going to a friend's house to play except Bill, Andrea and their generous staff serve up food so good that you'll throw your hat in the fire. And did I mention the array of local brews on tap? The Blue Note Grill is my favorite neighborhood bar. I just wish it was in my neighborhood.
You probably can tell at a glance if this is your sort of burger joint or not. Very friendly staff.
Fat Daddy's is a fun overall place, lots of pool tables and good live music on the weekends. Bar staff is great, food is good and location is right on Glenwood. Haven't tried the restaurant upstairs, only the bar downstairs.
thanks for your keen eye, hmcconaghy. we've corrected the website.
Hey, just wanted to let you know the correct web site for Char-Grill (the one posted is the site for franchise information). Char-Grill's main site is http://www.chargrillusa.com/
great food, great service.freindly staff. convienent easy to find. kid friendly with something for everyone
Avoid at all cost. The burgers we had today were over cooked tasting of charcoal and a dirty grille. Plus, for what you get, it's overpriced. Also, there was one guy smoking at the bar and the entire restaurant was stinking of it. I'm a cigar smoker, so I have no beef about smoking in a restaurant or bar. But the place needs to be ventilated properly...so the smoke doesn't stink up the whole place.
I'm fairly new to North Carolina, but I have visited this location several times. Overall, I think Cook Out has some of the best fast food that I've ever tasted. The meat always taste like it just came off the grill, and the bread, tomatoes,lettuce, etc., are very fresh. The service here is great, and you get lots of food for your money. For me, the best part is the delicious milkshakes at a great price. You can't go wrong by eating at this Cook Out.
A Great Place To Dine, Catch The Game, And Drink A Few Shots/Drinks On The Draft; Cocktails Not So Much
Tucked away in Sutton Station the Sunset Grille is the home of cheap drinks, obnoxiously boisterous guests (expected for a UNC / Duke showdown), and a menu packed with a variety of moderately-priced meals. Tonight, tables were scarce as diners packed in to view the University of North Carolina Tar heels take on local rival, the Duke Blue Devils on one of the restaurants nine televisions.
The waitress was attentive the entire night; both drink and food orders were timely requested, and the concerns appeared genuine as the she inquired about the quality of the food. The food preparation times were normal; approximately eight minutes for two appetizer dishes and its quality can stand its ground against any grill, local or national in Raleigh/Durham.
In a bar and grill the desired drink and food quality are equivalent, however this is where the two part ways. Three cocktails were ordered in total with all three cocktails garnering complaints. The bartenders lacking knowledge of cocktails is demonstrated when the waitress returns after taking a drink order to ask Do you know what goes into it? That sums up the drinking experience.
The Good: Good food, multiple televisions, moderate prices, friendly wait-staff
The Bad: Bartender quality
Overall: A great place to dine, catch the game, and drink a few shots/drinks on the draft; cocktails not so much.
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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