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Re: “The Refectory Cafe

The Refectory is no longer on the Duke Campus. Their new, permanent location is on Chapel Hill Blvd, and yes they are open for dinner at night.

Their vast selections of local, organic, vegan, and sustainable fish and meat offerings are outstanding. This place is a treasure. I adore going there for a long, leisurely Sunday brunch, or bringing out of town guests, to pampered with table service at night.

And the desserts are incredible. A true Durham treasure.

Posted by Beth Owl's Daughter on 06/14/2017 at 11:37 AM

Re: “Blu Seafood & Bar

Food was good. Service was extremely poor last night. Server had to be reminded too many times to bring a straw, more water and rolls. Often she failed to comply. Dinners were served to our party of six but brought only five correctly. The sixth was served after all of the party had finished their entrees. Another server said he would speak to the manager and make it right. Bill came with no adjustments. I spoke to the manager and he said they would do nothing. When I explained I was served after everyone else was finished he complied and took off a measly $5. Terrible service and management! 20 % tip placed on bill for such awful service is ridiculous!

Posted by robbo on 06/10/2017 at 12:03 PM

Re: “Cherry Pie

Locally owned erotic gift store/smoke shop & winner of the Indyweek Best of the Triangle award, Cherry Pie, got raided on May 17th for poss w intent to sell/manufacture/deliver synthetic marijuana. I have copies of the search warrants/court docs if interested. They arrested the manager and the employees that were caught selling it and charged them with that, possession & maintaining a dwelling for a cs. Facing up to 30 years in prison.

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Posted by Eckland Nicole Maynard on 06/17/2017 at 2:04 AM

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