Vin Rouge | Durham County | French | Restaurants
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From the moment you step inside this authentic French bistro, you’ll think you’re in Southern France. One of the Triangle’s most critically acclaimed restaurants, consistently ranked in the top tier of “Best Of” lists by the press. Private events, outdoor dining, Sunday brunch. Reservations recommended.
Best of the Triangle
2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006 Best French Cuisine
2010 Best Outdoor Dining in Durham County
2013 Best Chef in Durham County (Matt Kelly)

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