Good, cheap, fresh. Can't beat it.
Johnny's of Carrboro is an awesome place to have a beer and listen to some music. They have a different food truck there just about every night of the week. You can see what's going on at Johnny's on their google calendar found on their website.
Beer garden, great food, good people- a great place to spend some time on a beautiful day or evening.
Gary Brunotte is electric when performing his German tunes on his accordion.
I've been each year -- it's amazing to see the performing arts community come together in such a beautiful, energizing way, and for such a vital cause. Definitely a great thing to do Friday!
We have never been disappointed. I think that says quite a bit about any restaurant, especially if you have been going to it for 8 years. When they FINALLY got rid of the smokers it made it SO MUCH more pleasant. Running a good restaurant is easy??!! All you need is consistently good food and consistently good service. But that ain't at all easy!! Just last night my wife and I were going to try something new. But with all the trendy new Durham eateries out there we looked up some reviews and almost all of them were either overpriced (for us) or had consistent reviews about poor, slow or arrogant service. So we keep going back to Bennett Point Grill ( enjoying their great food and service) and to Magnolia Grill for those rare, special occasions.
Took the family for dinner - they were running a special for 1/2 price for anything on the menu! Food was good, service very friendly and accomodating. All in all, a great experience
I took business clients to this place last Monday evening and had a great experience. Friendly and casual-- quality, quality food. Great brisket and chicken in addition to the above mentioned pork. Catfish was excellent as well.
The real deal, which is hard to find these days. More expensive than Lexington or Goldsboro, but hey, this is Chapel Hill. And do *you* want to get up at 3 a.m. to fire the pits? Read the interview with Keith Allen in Holy Smoke (UNC Press) and you'll see why it's worth every penny. The huspuppies have been unreliable, but you should save room for the home-made pies and ice cream churned right there.
Wood-cooked pork shoulder -- you can go out back and watch them cook it -- with an array of soul-food sides. Your okra is fried to order, which is a really good sign. Run by a nice collection of folks, too.
Great store to browse and shop. They have so many interesting things other stores don't have. The owners are very friendly and helpful. I love Cameron's!
Great food! Great service! Great atmosphere!
The best food in town. Best value, choice and quality. The most unique restaurant in the area at its price range. Home made organic bread made daily says it all.
And the venue was probably the coolest, nicest and best sounding that I have been to in Raleigh! 3 Thumbs up!
As they say, "It's a hip hang-out in a cute old town."
Their information is all on facebook.com/eiZebulon
Sometimes they post specials just for social media followers.
The mission of Sacred Grounds is to reach out to the community and provide a safe, clean, peaceful atmosphere for people to come and enjoy a good cup of coffee, music and fun. All concerts, beverages and desserts are by donation. All are welcome!
Sacred Grounds Coffeehouse at
St. Paul United Methodist Church
2700 North Roxboro Street, Durham, 220-2458, artist free-will offering
Please join us at 7:30pm for the following concerts:
Saturday, Feb 12 - Kent Dixon - Singer/songwriter Kent Dixon combines easy listening originals and Contemporary Christian songs with a country feel.
Saturday, Feb 19 - Samuel Obie and Family - Multi talented Gospel Music Family. Samuel is joined by sister Paula and brothers Lyle, Ravon and Ricky - talented siblings doing what they should be, making wonderful music & melody to warm the heart.
Saturday, Feb 26 - Todd Parrott - Christian harmonica player, keyboardist and singer His appearances are not merely “performances”, but are opportunities for those present to be blessed as they open their hearts through singing and music.
Saturday, March 5 - String Peddlers - The String Peddlers are an acoustic band out of Raleigh, NC. composed of Stuart Gordon (sings and plays guitar, mandolin and harmonica), Bob Setzer (sings and plays harmonica, strumstick, mandolin and kalimba) and Bill Olding (sings and plays electric and acoustic guitars). They play an eclectic mix that could range from blues to reggae, from calypso to folk. You might hear mandolins, harmonicas, strumsticks, and even the occasional kalimba. Without missing a beat it could go from Johnny Cash, to Jimmy Reed, to the Melodians http://stringpeddlers.webuda.com
Saturday, March 12 - Charlie McNeill - Charlie is home grown talent, having grown up at St. Paul UMC. He has appeared as a lead singer in four productions at Raleigh Little Theater. He is equally adept at country, pop and Progressive Christian songs.
Saturday, March 19 - Bethesda Bluegrass Band – Join us for this talented bluegrass band: Caleb plays bass, Jackson the banjo and guitar, Conner on mandolin, Holly on fiddle and Virginia on guitar. They have won multiple awards on the east coast, both as a band and individually. http://bethesdabluegrassband.com
Saturday, March 26 - Mike Poole - Mike is another of our multi-talented regulars. He has the best repertoire of old country favorites that we’ve had on our stage and he’s also an accomplished Southern Gospel singer. Mike often sings both genres and mixes with rapid-fire banter and funny stories and jokes
DJ Junior is incredible. I've seen him spin at Elvisfest and Heavy Rebel. He spins an eclectic mix of 50's 60's Rock/Rockabilly. Looking forward to this show!
Being from the La. swamps myself...the food is good the beer is cold. You can't beat the live cajun music. Go have you some boudin and crawfish. You won't regret it....ayiiiiiieeeee
To those of you who experienced slow service back in September... we have been working very hard the past few months to improve service so that every experience at the Cafe is a good one.
Service hours are posted on the web site.
Great croque madame, great service. Nice little side spots to sit, away from the buzzing crowd that encircles this place every weekend, with good reason.
Great, inventive beer styles, though likely to be different from what you're used to. The tavern is a fun post-industrial space complete with a good juke box, pinball, and ping pong. They've upped the food options recently, but you can still bring in your own food or get it delivered, which makes it almost like an indoor beer garden.
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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