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Get a pastry, a coffee, an omelette, anything. Order the grits if nothing else. they come as a side but you can just get a cup and they are killer.
It seems unlikely, but eat brunch here and then go see the art. the nasher's cafe is arguably as good, if not better than it's art collection.
This is a slightly more upscale BBQ place in downtown Durham. It's in a very trendy area, and serves up free biscuits as the bread basket!
Go to fullsteam if you want to hang out and talk with the people you're with. Drink great beer and grab food from one of the food trucks outside, or bring your own! kids welcome til 9pm, lots of arcade games and ping pong
great barbecue, casual atmosphere. i love the st louis style pork ribs and the mac & cheese
it truly is worth the price of admission to see David and some of the other michelangelo pieces in this gallery. if you don't know a ton about art, download the free podcast from rick steves to give you some idea of what you're looking at
This is a great place for lunch or dinner. next door there's also a great bar next door under the same name. try the pear and cheese ravioli!
Small, but super interested with an awesome cafe and free wifi and a nice reading room. i was there in the winter, but there's a place to sit outside for when the weather is nice.
this is a good place to walk around a sample things. if you're staying for a while and you have a kitchen, you can pick up fresh pasta. grab a coffee, get a sandwich at the place in the back with the long line, and walk around and take it in
true, fresh, gelato with seasonal flavor changes
totally packed, but they have great drinks, an aperitivo, crepes and fantastic scene for nightlife seekers
great salads, good service, very famous pear and cheese ravioli