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Bulldega 
Urban Market
Doors open on May 7, 2016
Grand Opening Celebration on May 21, 2016

We are excited to announce the opening of Bulldega urban market, a family owned and operated small grocery located in the heart of downtown Durham across the street from City Hall. With an emphasis on supporting the needs of the diverse Durham community, Bulldega provides access to local produce and humanely raised meat, along with those everyday household necessities that you can’t live without. One driving value of our family market is healthy, sustainable eating at accessible prices. With monthly meet-and-greet functions, our commitment to the community extends beyond the shelves. Durhamites can get to know local farmers, bakers, wine distributors, coffee roasters, and other purveyors that contribute to the store.

What makes Bulldega different? Check out the living herb wall, cut off what you’d like, and buy it by weight. Next, take a stroll through the meticulously curated beer, wine, and cider room; ask our knowledgeable staff if you’re looking for suggestions. On your way out, grab a “takeaway” lunch or dinner specifically made for Bulldega by Durham Catering, or warm up with some gourmet soup from Short Winter Soups. And don’t walk through the store without reading the ever-changing, educational info-cards placed throughout the store to help any lay-shopper expand his/her grocery buying and storing knowledge.

Come by and check us out! Looking for something you can’t find? Let us know, and we’ll do our best to stock it. 
See you soon!

Upcoming Events

  • Food Isn't Just for Eating (Exhibits)

    • Through May 6

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