Vegetarian cooking for everyone
and Mediterranean Harvest...
these are strictly veg---but there are SO many with a good veg selection with their meat dishes!
Kudos for bringing attention to alternative eaters, but to be perfectly honest, the triangle is one of the few places where I feel like I'm always going to find a tasty and satisfying, if not creative and delicious vegetarian meal (except my recent dismay at discovering recently that Watt's Grocery only offered me the dreaded "Vegetable plate of the day"!!).
I feel like our omniverous eateries are really accomodating to food needs, not just vegetarian and vegan, but dairy and wheat free as well.
...and any home cook will tell you, in this town, it pays to assume people dont eat meat. and if they dont, they simply dont mind doing without for a meal.
nevermind, i hit refresh and there it was
thanks for being a champion of the truth and deleting my comment!
this rundown is getting old, Indy.
I'm glad you think people in the triangle want to be told who's cool, and who's not. Who's a waste of time, in your opinion.
All of these bands appeal to someone, even if its not you.
Just tell us who's playing, not why we shouldn't give them our time.
That is the thinnest, most hypocritical veil of sympathy I have ever read. So thin, I'm compelled to say it's mocking.
Truth be told, Bathrooms are the least of 305's problems when someone connected to the city has already told them the place is probably scheduled to meet a wrecking ball, in spite of all their efforts to get funding (which they got), investors (which they had lined up), and an offer to buy the place(which was either tied up in legal probate crap or out and out avoided by the owners).
So, for you to sit there and say that the reason Durham has lost one of its best places, is because 2 people with more dream than dinero couldn't get it together to put bathrooms in the space?
Yeah, I am officially insulted for them.
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