pretty good chinese buffet coming from a non-asain. However my mom did find a industrial food staple in her mouth while eating there many years ago. (not something to worry about they were very nice and refunded the meal and reassured us it would never happen again.)
Great local hardware store for odds and ends. On a free day I like to just walk around and see what I can find. Also they give advice and if they don't have it they tell you who does to save you time. I try them first always never waste my time riding around
I LOVE this place! because of the distance we don't get to enjoy it but a few times a year but it is worth every dollar. I have only had one bad experience but that was due to a lack of communication, and the manger made up for it.
I absolutely LOVE this venue. I've been a President's Club member for 2 years and they treat me like a queen. And the wonderful smiles and services extended to EVERYONE, as I volunteer often and I have seen this class act from both sides. Money well spent. An evening you won't forget if you give yourself time to get there and research the amazing restaurants nearby (Piedmont, Revolution, Federal, Mt. Fuji, Tosca, etc.). A Durham jewel.
Do you need any volunteers to work in the Gallery :-)?
We went back to this restaurant after not going for a while. We ordered one vegetarian and one shrimp dish. The food arrived so quickly after we ordered that it could not have been cooked tonight. The shrimp and the tofu were chewy and tasted like they had been cooked days in advance. Additionally everything was cold or lukewarm. So disappointing!
While the menu is great and the food is quite good (once it finally gets to your table), the super-slow service comes with a lot of attitude and is consistently poor. I've tried eating here on several occasions and varying times and always walked away annoyed. One morning it took a full ten minutes to get a cup of coffee--to go.
Please note that this restaurant does not serve their menu after 10pm and only serves french fries, pizza and hummus with their late nite menu. My fiance and I came in a little before 10pm and obviously looked confused and were definitely seen by staff. We looked around for a place to sit and sat down. No one came over at all and I believe they purposely ignored us until after 10pm so they didn't have to serve us at the table. My fiance went and got us drinks at the bar and then returned to place an order at which time we were told it was only the late nite menu. We were really quite unhappy because there is nothing on their website about this so we abandoned our drinks and left. I was seriously insulted by their willful lack of service.
Wishing you all the best ...
Great coffee and muffins, interesting NY-esque cafe feel in historic Apex. A+.
Remember Seinfeld's soup nazi - well this is Raleigh's pizza version. Great Pizza - if they get it right. I ordered a white pizza all garlic with half sausage & onion. They tried giving me a concoction with tomatoes, spinach and olives with half onion & sausage. The wife told me I did not know how to order a pizza, then treated me horribly for not wanting to pay for it. Other pizza establishments have no problem when I order a white pizza. In this place the owners are always right - customers be ready to have elevated blood pressure if you experience an ordering problem. The owner's wife openly argued with me about this in front of other customers and refused to make the order right. This is a decent pizza - the hassle that could happen should they make an ordering error makes this place not nearly worth the potential trouble.
I'm so excited the event has moved to Durham. I love bringing my kids out to see all the old bikes and scooters. A great charity this year too.
thanks, jauerbach123. i've added the website and phone number to the location information.
Web site for the venue is http://www.CobblestoneHall.com
Walltown Children's Theatre is a great place for children to express and discover their creativity! The teachers are excellent and each child receives individual attention, Small classes, tutoring and a family atmosphere compliments this Durham gem!
The DAG Member show is one of my favorite art events in the triangle. The juried show is great too but the member artists often display a wicked sense of humor and let their hair down a bit with the member show. If you don't walk away from this show with at least one piece stuck in your mind you weren't paying enough attention.
Deliciously eclectic yet there's mole and ceviche and several truly special margaritas done right. Good atmosphere, good service and food that will keep you coming back for more.
Drove by the Capital Club 16 last week and my interest was immediately piqued - a new downtown restaurant w/ no splashy opening? I was already excited to pay this new restaurant only a stones way from my fav diner, Pooles. Although a bit perplexed by the menu initially, having recently visited Germany, I couldn't wait to try the variety of bavarian influenced dishes.
For dinner, I shared the crispy garden skillet and grilled fish of the day (catfish); both were great - very savory and fresh - who could ask for a better combination. Although we did not indulge in dessert (a decision I definately regret) judging by the assortment of treats being served to fellow patrons - it will definately be a must-do my next visit.
Poole's Diner will remain a staple - I'm thrilled to see another great addition to the every-growing assortment of 'gourmand-worthy' eateries in downtown Raleigh!
One of the best places to hangout in Carrboro. They have a nice selection of good beer and of course PBR. When we went there was a taco truck in the parking lot and a small amount of sandwiches and burritos inside. The best part is the large outdoor space.
Yes, it's just like you describe. Eco-friendly meets shabby chic. I went to a wine class there last week. We sipped wine and learned how grapes are farmed biodynamicly and made into lovely wine. April knows her stuff. There is a special shopping center wide open house tonight. Music and samples. It will be warm but Sip...a wine store is cool in many ways.
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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