There's a reason why the Mint Julep Jazz Band was voted Best Musical Artist/Band by Durham Magazine. They even draw those of us up here in Virginia down to hear them play! This should be an amazing time.
I saw that Maggie's vegan dishes are now selling at the Triangle Whole Foods Stores! Yay.
Sounds great! I second the above remark.
But which of your menu items are gluten-free (i.e., free of wheat, rye or barley), Gussy's? I can't eat anything else. It would be really helpful for those of us with food allergies and such if you could post your allergen info on the truck somewhere. It's really hard to choose among food trucks if one has to wait in a long line only to find out when one gets to the window that there's nothing gluten-free.
Fantastic. I've been pining for a more Mediterranean truck options (no offense, current food trucks).
The FOOD Market is exciting news for south Durham. However, Sutton Square is actually just one mile from Southpoint Mall and adjacent to the Woodcroft neighborhood (not a couple miles away). I'm skeptical that there are really 30,000 people within one mile of Sutton Square but I do wish the market success.
Since the column published, Peccadillo owner Timothy Neill has informed me that a fine charcuterie offering is in the works.
I live a short walk away in West Village and am eagerly awaiting Respite's opening.
I'm sorry if asking for something other than PBR makes me a pretentious douchebag. I wasn't trying to start anything here, just pointing out one aspect of an otherwise particularly great new bar in Durham. Maybe I should've said that I do enjoy most all other aspects of this bar (the draft selection is awesome) but that I felt looked down upon by the bartender for ordering a whiskey ginger--not what I thought to be a particularly pretentious or snobby drink.
this is why I don't comment on the internet...
Or, you know, don't be a pretentious douchebag.
Too bad if you ask for any kind of liquor drink other than just straight liquor they hand you a glass and an aluminum can so you can make your own drink. Seems like a really costly and ineffective way to make drinks, not to mention annoy your customers.
You can also find Whoopie Squares on Will & Pop's food truck!
love, love, love monuts donuts! they have definitely made a donut lover out of me. (and I think my gym membership will be getting a workout, too.) We actually just reviewed them.
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A must read for anyone making the mistake of taking United Poultry Concerns seriously:
A coalition of animal sanctuaries wrote this to outline the problems with backyard chicken-keeping:
"Collective Position Statement on Backyard Poultry"
A must-read for anyone interested in this issue.
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It is awesome that Dame's added a vegan waffle. Now, how to get them to add vegan chicken, too?
Whoa! Thanks, Indy, for sharing all these great opportunities. Special thanks to Lisa Sorg for sharing the news about the vegan waffles at Dame's. I can't wait to try one. Yum!
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