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NEAR DUKE Fairview Dining Room Seasonally inspired contemporary cuisine with selections like coffeerubbed duck breast and seared NC flounder. Located inside the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club. 3001 Cameron Blvd.; 919-493-6699; MarketPlace JB Duke Hotel’s main restaurant, now offering a takeout menu, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 230 Science Dr.; 919-660-6400;

DOWNTOWN CENTRAL PARK & WAREHOUSE DISTRICTS The Accordion Club Late-night bar serving beer, hot dogs and green chile stew. 316 W. Geer St.

The Blue Note Grill Fantastic barbecue, ribs and live music. 709 Washington St.; 919-401-1979; Boxcar Bar + Arcade Open for curbside pickup, this bar and arcade offers more than 70 arcade games, a full bar including 24 craft American drafts (and a wide variety of local beer, liquor and wine), private event space and a Neapolitanstyle pizza kitchen. 621 Foster St.; 984-377-2791;

Cocoa Cinnamon Signature hand-brewed coffees and lattes such as the “Tower of Babel” with honey and date sugar. 420 W. Geer St.; Cucciolo Osteria Italian fare like pastas with house-made noodles, antipasti and porchetta. 601 W. Main St.; 984-243-8744; Dame’s Chicken & Waffles Chicken, waffles, shmears. ’Nuff said. 530 Foster St.; 919-682-9235; BR Durham Food Hall All vendors open for takeout. 530 Foster St.; 919-908-9339; •

Afters Offering solely desserts. Try the small, fun dessert flights.

Everything Bagels Locally sourced gourmet bagels with a seasonally standard menu.

Ex-Voto Fresh tacos and tamales.

Locals Oyster Bar and Seafood Butchery North Carolina seafood featuring everything from crab cakes to shrimp sausage.

Lula and Sadie’s A modern take on Southern cuisine highlighting local produce with dishes like scalloped potatoes and hot cakes.

Napoli Pizzeria and Gelateria Neapolitan wood-fired pizza, small plates, salads and artisanal gelato.

Old North Meats and Provisions A seasonal menu of house-made cured and smoked meats, fish, and pickled veggies

Liturgy Beverage Specialty coffee, tea and chocolate company focused on single origin beverages.

Auctioneer Bar Seasonal cocktails, curated beer, wine and spirits meant to highlight local breweries.

Foster Street Coffee Coffee house on the ground floor of Liberty Warehouse apartments that uses carefully curated coffee beans from around the world for its classic concoctions as well as local produce for house-made smoothies. 530 Foster St., Ste. 2; 919-797-9555; Fullsteam In addition to their well-known “plow-to-pint” beers, Fullsteam now serves bar snacks, sandwiches, small plates and kombucha. Try the Eastern Carolina-Style Pork Meatballs and the Spicy Carolina Dip Chicken with a side of deviled eggs. 726 Rigsbee Ave.; 919-682-2337; Geer Street Garden Simple, down-home fare in a cozy atmosphere. They make a mean “Dark and Stormy,” and be sure to order “The Pile” to split with friends! 644 Foster St.; 919-688-2900;

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Frozen Drinks & Snow Cones Saturday/Sunday 12pm to 8pm Curbside/To-go & Store Wednesday - Sunday 12pm to 8pm


We cannot put our gratidude for your support into words. Locally owned and still going strong for over 6 years. • Chef-inspired menus. • Seasonal N.C. farm & seafood ingredients. • Family & pet friendly patio. Visit for curbside or tableside. We're here for you and need you just as much as you love us. Thank You! Visit us in Cameron Village too!

The University Club

Safely Serving our Durham Community 33 years and counting | 919.493.8099 available for curbside pick up + delivery (within 15 miles of Club)

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