Best selections, great staff. Hang out with a glass of wine and a cheese plate, or a press pot and a baguette -- or buy and take home.
Great decor, great shakes. Expensive. Why would anyone have redecorated this place?
Phydeaux's new location is spacious and pleasant. Lots of high end pet gear and treats, but the prices on basics are the best I've found, online or offline, for the things I buy. Friendly, helpful staff.
I like the spicy flavors best.
menu includes interesting light roast single origin coffees. great lattes. Italian sodas. fresh popcorn w/real butter available at chelsea next door.
best espresso in town. very convenient for early morning coffee pickups. option of sitting in the woods. plenty of canine friendly seating.
not just impeccable fine dining -- best coffee and burger in the neighborhood. great brunch. hospitable service.
What you see is what you get -- and it's really good. They also sell pork skin to take home and fry up for yourself.
Very pretty, unique service. Didn't even know about the Ruthenian rite until visiting. Best Christmas decorations in town.
I love this place. Always changing, always inviting and always something there that moves me to buy it.
I just wanted to thank you gentlemen for the article about Wake County Speedway.You guy's caught the atmosphere of the 1/4 mile bullring.We are a family at WCS.There's no better place to be on a Friday night;I've done everything from picking up trash,writing articles,racing,announcing to selling souvenir's.Bring your family and friends out for a great night of family fun,up close in your face racing excitement.By the Grace of GOD and 600 horsepower,hope to see you at the races!We are closed this weekend for Memorial Day Holiday's but will open June the 4th with a full card of racing excitement.
Pomodoro is the best Italian restaurant there is around. The owners are Italian and you can definetly taste it when you have their food. The servers are great, and they have great drink specials at their new bar. It also looks like they are putting a patio at the front of the building. Cant wait!!! So if you are looking for the BEST Italian food you have to come to Pomodoro Italian Kitchen. You wont be disappointed.
The service was great, the sashimi delicious. No complaints, highly recommended for people who want real japanese food.
We live nearby and Have seen some fantastic bands here! Members of The Old Ceremony perform regularly, and the Windy City Slim show a couple of weeks ago was outstanding. My personal fave is an amazing group called "Skinny Bag of Sugar." Can't figure out how they don't charge any cover at the Station, but we left the bands tips. Beer selection is good, and lots of drink specials.
the website address is www.richter-nortonandcrewsarchitects.com
Just had dinner at the new location - fantastic. We ordered multiple sides in addition to our entrees. Of note were the polenta, which is to die for - light and airy, flavorful, don't want to know how much butterfat was in it to make it so delectable. The sauteed spinach had morsels of preserved lemons, the broccoli rabe must have been locally sourced as it was exceedingly tender and flavorful. We ordered the mixed nuts and bread with butter for appetizers (we had our kids in tow) - the mixed nuts were roasted with mixed Mediterranean herbs, sugar and butter. The bread seems like it was sourced from Weaver Street (which is a good thing) and the butter included a nice ratio of Gorgonzola Dulce.
For entrees, I ordered the polenta which was also cooked perfectly, the home-made mushroom stock adding depth to the dish. My wife ordered the Chorizo with white beans. The Chorizo was rather mild in the spice department but was very light and 'clean' tasting. Apparently, the Chorizo is locally sourced as many of the menu items are. The white beans were subtle and a nice foil for the Chorizo.
My son ordered the NY Strip steak with fries. The steak was cooked as ordered (medium rare), flavorful and came with a generous portion of fries. The kicker is the special ketchup served with the fries, spicy and smokey.
The wine list, thankfully not too extensive, is well-rounded but most importantly, complements the menu well. I had the Argentinian Malbec which was superb.
Hats off to both Hitch and Janet on moving to the new location despite the rather dismal economic climate. The new location is well designed, a nice mixture of urban contemporary architecture and west coast casualness. There is outdoor seating as there was in the previous location, and I would imagine that when the restaurant is full, might be the place to be if you want to have an intimate conversation.
Support this restaurant, it deserves to succeed on the merit of it's finely executed cuisine.
Hands down best spot in Durham for a drink or a burger!
Yummy! The food was delicious and the atmosphere was perfect!
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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