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Getting Around Downtown/Parking

About DDI

Downtown parking options include street, lot, and garage parking. There are four city garages that charge a nominal fee (see map on reverse). Take a ticket upon entrance and pay (via cash, credit/debit cards, or merchant validation vouchers) at pay stations when you exit. Sometimes there are special event rates, but visitors can pay the normal hourly rate if they will only be parked for a short time. Talk to the attendant to get the visitor rate.

a hub for history

Funding provided in part by the City of Durham.

Durham is dedicated to its history. In 2013, the long anticipated Durham History Hub opened its doors to make an interactive bridge between all phases of Durham’s life-cycle. From the Civil War to the civil rights movement, on up to today and beyond, the History Hub works to mark Durham’s place in history.

photo: Durham Station/Bull City Connector - DCVB

the selection of guided tours at tours.durham-nc.com.

Scan the code to search more than 4,000 events at www.durhameventcalendar.com

map & guide

Find information on the great things to see and do in Durham by speaking with a friendly destination expert at the Visitor Information Center:

Downtown Ambassadors are out and about in downtown wearing their bright turquoise shirts six days a week, providing the following services:

photos, top-bottom: Durham History Hub - DCVB; Bimbe Cultural Arts Festival - DCVB; Centerfest - Stewart Waller/DCVB

Downtown walking tours provide a guided way to discover the many sides of Durham.

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DDI’s Clean & Safe Ambassadors

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Visit DDI’s website for more information on Downtown businesses.

The History Hub (919-246-9993; museumofdurhamhistory.org) is free and open to the public. Learn more about it and other historical sites, landmarks, and collections at durh.am/history55.

Downtown also plays host to several major annual festivals, as well as an incredible array of other events. For a full listing of all the great events going on throughout Durham, search the official Durham Event Calendar online and sign up for weekly calendar emails or RSS feeds at durhameventcalendar.com.

Where great things happen

DCVB’s major goal is to fuel the local business climate and broaden the local tax base by attracting and serving visitors as a means of bringing money into the community, generating personal income, jobs, and tax revenue by marketing and ensuring Durham as a destination. Durham attracts more than 9 million visitors each year to the city and county, generating more than $765 million in spending and more than $86 million in tax revenue for local government alone.



101 East Morgan Street, Downtown 919-687-0288 or (800) 446-8604

• Cleaning and maintaining public sidewalks and spaces • Welcoming and assisting visitors • Promoting downtown amenities and businesses • Providing maps and visitor information • Assisting with downtown special events • Removing graffiti from public spaces • Power washing downtown sidewalks • Calling police, fire, and EMS for assistance • Connecting those in need to social services • And much, much more!

www.durham-nc.com social media Stay connected with Durham and discover the fun things happening in real time with images, hashtags, check-ins, and other content generated by users discovering Durham right now. Enjoy recommendations from locals, find out about the coolest places to hang out, and share your own experiences. Like Durham, NC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MyDurham

Ambassador Hotline: 919-682-BULL www.downtowndurham.com/report

EXPLORE COMPLETE DINING, SHOPPING, & ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS

Hours: 8:30 am to 5 pm ET, Monday-Friday, and 10 am to 2 pm ET, Saturday. (After-hours information bins and a computer kiosk are also available evenings and weekends.)

photo: DDI Ambassadors - DDI

Durham also has the fare-free Bull City Connector (bullcityconnector.org), a bus that runs through the heart of downtown. See the foldout map on reverse to find the bus route and parking locations.

In addition, several tour opportunities provide a taste of Durham’s food scene, while history tours uncover Durham’s past from a variety of angles, including tobacco heritage, civil rights history, architecture, and urban landscape. Discover

The Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau (DCVB) is an internationally accredited destination marketing organization and local tourism development authority (DMO/TDA) chartered by state and local governments to attract and serve visitors to Durham by reinvesting a portion of the visitor-paid room occupancy and tourism development tax in promotion and marketing.

Downtown Durham Inc. (DDI) is a 501(c)6 whose mission is to create an environment for private investment in Downtown Durham by focusing on five main areas of work: appearance, economic development, promotion, safety, and parking. They serve a 12x16 block area, encompassing seven districts in downtown. DDI also manages a team of Downtown Clean & Safe Ambassadors.

There are also three garages near American Tobacco that have two-hour visitor spaces and longer term spaces for meeting and conference attendees that can be arranged for with the tenant hosting the event. There are special rates for event parking and you can pay by either cash or credit/debit card at the entrance.

Preservation Durham hosts free, one- to two-hour walking tours of downtown most Saturdays at 10 a.m., April– November, led by knowledgeable local guides who make downtown’s history come alive. Meet tour guides at the Preservation Durham sign in the Durham Farmers’ Market on Foster Street. For more information, call Preservation Durham at 919-682-3036 or visit www.preservationdurham.org.

About DCVB

Keep up to date on upcoming events and more at twitter.com/DurhamNC and twitter.com/DurhamNewsSvc Look up #durhamnc to see what others are saying about Durham now, and tag your own updates, too.

View Detailed Foldout Map

Official Durham website for visitors and newcomers features searchable event calendar, places to eat and stay, things to see and do, and more.

emergency numbers

GET TO KNOW DOWNTOWN DURHAM’S DISTINCT DISTRICTS

Area codes must be dialed with all calls.

AAA Roadside Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 222-4357 Crisis Helpline (24 hrs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 683-8628 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or (919) 403-6562 Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911 Emergency on Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . *HP or 911 Poison Control Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 848-6946 Police . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 560-4427

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MORE ONLINE: Visit durh.am/entertain32 to explore Durham’s entertainment and nightlife options, search the event calendar, and find plenty of ways to get cultured.

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This is your guide to discover it all, complete with district profiles; listings for dining, shopping, and entertainment options; as well as a detailed foldout map.

photos, top-bottom: Night scene - Ash Crowe/DCVB; St. Joseph’s Performance Hall - DCVB; American Tobacco - Christopher Barron/DCVB

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Named the South’s Tastiest Town by Southern Living magazine, Durham also continues to rack up dining accolades. Downtown serves as a hot spot for unique, local restaurants – find complete listings in this guide and look for this symbol y designating those that have received national praise.

DOWNTOWN DURHAM SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOUR: Interested in the stories behind downtown’s historic buildings, public art, and points of interest? Be sure to check out our point-by-point walking tour on your mobile at bit.ly/durhamdtwt. The two-mile route will guide you through all the essential sites in Downtown Durham. Or, pick up a print copy at the Visitor Information Center at 101 E. Morgan St.

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Downtown is comprised of seven unique districts, each with its own personality. They are easily explored by foot or by a free ride on the Bull City Connector, a bus route connecting downtown and Duke University.

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Downtown Durham is the historic and geographic soul of a vibrant, diverse, and creative southern city. Home to several landmarks on the National Register of Historic Places and alive with food, arts, culture, and dozens of events throughout the year, it’s an area that offers something new with every visit.

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photos, cover (top-bottom): Geer Street Garden and Golden Belt Shopping - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB; Whiskey - DCVB; above: Brightleaf Square - Dan Hacker Photography/DCVB

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pardon our dust! Big things continue to break ground in Downtown Durham. As you start exploring, you might notice construction and renovation throughout the area. It’s all part of an ongoing renaissance that will provide even more for visitors and residents to experience in the near future, including new hotels, an art museum, and a new 26-story skyscraper. Please excuse any inconvenience, but the temporary construction will only make things better when you come back!

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The former American American Tobacco Govt. Services Tobacco manufacturing plant has been reborn into the Golden Belt American Tobacco District, anchored by one million square feet of multi-use space, DPAC, The Durham Performing Arts Center, and the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. It’s a district marked by world-class entertainment, high-end professional offices and lofts, a busy dining scene, a community green, and a manmade river, all surrounded by Durham’s famed reuse architecture. And don’t miss the iconic American Tobacco water tower!

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FRESH DAILY: American Tobacco is a multipurpose space with new activities and events rotating seasonally, from outdoor concerts to pop-up shops. Visit americantobaccohistoricdistrict.com to see what’s happening now.

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photos, top-bottom: Brightleaf Square - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB; Morgan Imports - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB

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photos, top-bottom: American Tobacco - Dan Hacker Photography/DCVB; DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center/DCVB; Wool E. Bull - Durham Bulls/DCVB

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Brightleaf Square became a premier destination when turn-ofGolden Belt the-century tobacco warehouses were adapted into retail, dining, and office spaces. The result is two distinctive brick buildings that create an anchor point for many surrounding businesses. Collectively, the area is a bustling retail center during the day and a lively nightlife spot after the sun goes down. Adjacent to the Brightleaf District is the Warehouse District, primarily a residential area crafted from old tobacco warehouses. It’s dominated by the West Village apartment community and the former Liggett & Myers tobacco buildings that have been converted into shops, restaurants, offices, and apartments.

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FRESH DAILY: With so many shops and nightlife options in the area, the Brightleaf District always has something new going on, including an outdoor summer concert series. Check historicbrightleaf.com for listings.

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The northern side of the Central Park District, also known as the DIY District, marks the northern edge of downtown. There you will find a hotbed of live music, bars, and restaurants, as well as a local theater. This is also a common spot for many of Durham’s food trucks to park and serve, with rotating cuisines that add to the area’s diverse offerings.

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FRESH DAILY: On most nights, a stroll down Rigsbee Ave. will take you past a collection of food trucks serving fresh fare to the district’s patrons. Sample them all when Central Park hosts its infamous food truck rodeos – check durhamcentralpark.org for a schedule.

photos, top-bottom: Alley Twenty Six - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB; City Center - Dan Hacker/DCVB; Carolina Theatre - Nicholas D’Amato

Central Park is home to the American Tobacco Durham Farmers’ Market and many other community events throughout the year. It also boasts a 10,000-square-foot skate park, several art studios, and great lawns to relax upon.

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photos, top-bottom: Central Park - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB; Cocoa Cinnamon - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB; Food Truck Rodeo - Stewart Waller/DCVB

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The City Center District American Tobacco Govt. Services is what one would expect from a city experiencing a full-on Golden Belt renaissance. Restaurants, bars, galleries, local shops, and more make the area exciting, day or night. Much of the architecture is original and ensures that Durham retains its historic character. City Center is a compact district that feels like a small town’s downtown that grew up, with the mix of unique local culture and commercial enterprise that makes Durham special.

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FRESH DAILY: City Center is a great place for live music. The Pinhook (thepinhook.com), Carolina Theatre (carolinatheatre. org), Beyù Caffè (beyucaffe.com), and Alley Twenty Six (alleytwentysix.com) all regularly put on shows, from local bands and touring indie acts to jazz shows and music legends.

Golden Belt & Government Services

Downtown Durham Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment listings

photos, left-right: Mateo Bar de Tapas and Geer Street Garden - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB

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Golden Belt Golden Belt is a fully restored textile mill repurposed to house art space, studios, offices, retail, lofts, and dining. It is the largest allhistoric, LEED Gold-certified campus in the Southeast and home to more than 30 artists’ studios and ROOM 100, a central art gallery. The seven-acre campus is situated in an up-and-coming neighborhood full of restored homes.

The Golden Belt neighborhood borders the Government Services District, which is home to most city and county offices and a growing selction of restaurants and bars.

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FRESH DAILY: Third Fridays (thirdfridaydurham.com) are an especially fun time to check out Golden Belt, when all of the arts organizations in the district host special events and exhibits, packing the area with enthusiasts.

photos, top-bottom: Bull City Burger - Seth Gross/DCVB; Golden Belt - Scientific Properties/DCVB

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Downtown is Durham’s arts and entertainment district, including scores of dining, shopping, and nightlife options. Browse this guide for complete listings by category, and refer to the convenient foldout map for locations. To search all of Durham’s great dining and entertainment options, visit DCVB’s website at durham-nc.com.

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When a Durham chef or restaurant gets covered by national media, we designate them as Celebrated Cuisine because they have been recognized in a big way – whether it’s a fine dining restaurant or a food truck, they are always worth a visit!

Look out for this symbol y, which designates Celebrated Cuisine throughout this guide, and visit durham-nc.com/dining/ for searchable lists of all Durham restaurants.

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118 Got Soul 118 W Parrish St, 919-667-0899; www.118gotsoul.com; Southern; L,D; City Center District

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2 Zero 1 Restaurant at the Durham Marriott City Center 201 Foster St, 919-768-6000; www.marriott.com/rducv; American; B,L,D,CC; City Center District

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604 at West Village 604 Fernway Ave, 919-680-6333; www.604westvillage.com; Italian; D,LN,CC; Warehouse District

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Alivia’s Durham Bistro 900 W Main St, 919-682-8978; www.aliviasdurhambistro.com; American; B,L,D,LN,SB,CC; Brightleaf District

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Amélia Café 905 West Main St, Ste 23J, 919-683-5600; www.ameliacafe.us; Dessert Specialties; B,L,D,CC; Brightleaf District

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105 South Mangum, French; Gov’t Services District 359 Blackwell St, Ste 220, 919-424-7759; www.basanrestaurant. com; Japanese/Sushi; L,D,LN; American Tobacco District

Beyu Caffe 335 W Main St, 919-683-1058; www.beyucaffe.com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; B,L,D,LN,SB; City Center District

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202 N Corcoran St, 919-688-2233; www.bluecoffeedurham.com; Coffeehouse; B,L; City Center District

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107 E Parrish St, Ste 105, 919-680-2333; www. bullcityburgerandbrewery.com; American; L,D,LN; Gov’t Services District

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427 W Main St, 919-682-3061; www.bullmccabesirishpub.com; Irish; L,D,LN; City Center District

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807 East Main St, www.carrborocoffee.com; Coffeehouse; B,L; Golden Belt District

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905 W Main St, Ste 18A, 919-682-1309; www.chamas.us; Steakhouse; L,D; Brightleaf District

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420 W Geer St, www.cocoacinnamon.com; Coffeehouse; B,L,LN; Central Park District

15 Cuban Revolution Restaurant & Bar

318 Blackwell St, Ste 100, 919-687-4300; www.thecubanrevolution. com; Cuban; B,L,D,LN; American Tobacco District

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101 E Chapel Hill St, 919-816-2905; www.cupcakebarbakery. com; Dessert Specialties; City Center District

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401-A Foster St, 919-389-4307; www.eatdaisycakes.com; Dessert Specialties; B,L,SB; Central Park District

18 Dame’s Chicken & Waffles y

317 W Main St, 919-682-9235; www.dameschickenwaffles.com; American; L,D; City Center District

19 Devine’s Restaurant and Sports Bar

904 W Main St, 919-682-0228; www.devinesdurham.com/ Home.aspx; American; L,D,LN; Brightleaf District

20 Dos Perros

200 N Mangum, Ste 101, 919-956-2750; www. dosperrosrestaurant.com; Mexican; L,D; Gov’t Services District

21 Ed Mitchell’s ‘Que

359 Blackwell St, Diamond View III, www.edmitchellsque.com; Barbeque; L,D; American Tobacco District

Dining Abbreviation Key: B: Breakfast L: Lunch D: Dinner LN: Late Night SB: Sunday Brunch y: Celebrated Cuisine

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914 W Main St, 919-680-8611; www.thefederal.net; American; L,D,LN,SB; Brightleaf Distric

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905 W Main St, Ste 1, 919-683-2417; www.elrodeoofdurham. com; Mexican; L,D; Brightleaf District

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806 W Main St, 919-682-0128; www.fishmongers.net; Seafood; L,D; Brightleaf District

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644 Foster St, 919-688-2900; www.geerstreetgarden.com; American; L,D,LN,SB; Central Park District

26 Intrepid Life Coffee & Spirits

106 West Parrish, 919-667-0877; www.intrepidlifecsbar.com; Coffeehouse; B,L,LN; City Center District

27 James Joyce Irish Pub

912 W Main St, 919-683-3022; www.jamesjoyceirishpub.com; Irish; L,D,LN,SB; Brightleaf District

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701 Foster St, 919-682-0071; www.kingssandwichshop.com; American; L; Central Park District

C5

411 W Chapel Hill St, 919-638-8444; www.jarviscatering.com; Caribbean; B,L; American Tobacco District

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810 W Peabody St, 919-797-2554; www.lillyspizza.com; Pizza; L,D,LN; Brightleaf District

32 The Little Dipper

905 W Main St, 919-908-1023; www.littledipperfondue.com; Fondue; D; Brightleaf District

33 Loaf y

111 W Parrish St, 919-797-1254; www.facebook.com/pages/ Loaf/102663859807344; Bakery Goods; B,L; City Center District

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34 Mateo Bar de Tapas y

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35 McDonald’s

109 W Chapel Hill St, 919-530-8700; www.mateotapas.com; Spanish; L,D,LN; City Center District

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102 W Morgan St, 919-688-3070; www.mcnorthcarolina. com/11213; Fast Food; B,L,D; Central Park District

F5

36 Mellow Mushroom

D6

37 Moe’s Southwest Grill

410 Blackwell St, Ste 100, 919-680-8500; www. mellowmushroom.com; Pizza; L,D; American Tobacco District 359 Blackwell St, Ste 1155, Diamond View III, 919-973-4797; www.moes.com; Mexican; L,D; American Tobacco District

District Key City Center

American Tobacco Golden Belt

Brightleaf Gov. Services

Central Park Warehouse

F4

D7

E6

DOWNTOWN DINING 38 Monuts Donuts y

110 E Parrish St, 919-449-6786; www.monutsdonuts.com; Dessert Specialties; B,L; Gov’t Services District

39 Mt Fuji Asian Bistro Sushi & Bar

905 W Main St Ste 21B, 919-680-4968; www.mtfujinc.com; Asian; L,D,LN; Brightleaf District

40 Ninth Street Bakery

136 E Chapel Hill St, 919-688-5606; www.ninthstbakery.com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; B,L; City Center District

41 Not Just Wings

102 Hood St, 919-225-7769; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; L,D; Golden Belt District

42 Old Havana Sandwich Shop

310 E Main St, 919-667-9525; www.oldhavanaeats.com; Cuban; L,D,SB; Gov’t Services District

43 Only Burger y (Opening August 2014)

359 Blackwell St, Ste 125, www.onlyburger.com; American; L,D; American Tobacco District

44 Parker and Otis y

112 S Duke St, 919-683-3200; www.parkerandotis.com; American; B,L,D,SB; Brightleaf District

45 The Parlour y

117 Market St, 919-564-7999; www.theparlourdurham.com; Dessert Specialties; L,D; City Center District

46 Parts & Labor at Motorco Music Hall y

723 Rigsbee Ave, 919-901-0875; www.motorcomusic.com; American; D,LN; Central Park District

47 Piazza Italia

905 W Main St, Ste 18A, 919-956-7360; www.piazzaitalia.us; Italian; L,D; Brightleaf District

48 Piedmont Restaurant y

401 Foster St, 919-683-1213; www.piedmontrestaurant.com; Italian; D,SB; Central Park District

49 The Pit

321 W Geer St, 919-282-3748; www.thepit-durham.com; Barbeque; L,D,LN; Central Park District

50 The Pizzeria

604 W Morgan St, 919-416-4554; www.604westmorgan.com; Italian; L,D; Warehouse District

51 Pizzeria Toro y (Reopening Summer 2014)

105 E Chapel Hill St, 919-908-6936; www.pizzeriatoro.com; Pizza; L,D; City Center District

52 Pompieri Pizza

102 City Hall Plaza, Ste 101, 919-973-1589; www.pompieripizza. com; Pizza; L,D,LN; Gov’t Services District

53 Pop’s y

605 W Main St, 919-956-7677; www.pops-durham.com; Italian; D; Warehouse District

Dining Abbreviation Key: B: Breakfast L: Lunch D: Dinner LN: Late Night SB: Sunday Brunch y: Celebrated Cuisine

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DOWNTOWN DINING 54 Rainbow Chinese Restaurant

910 W Main St, 919-688-2120; www.rainbowdurham.com; Chinese; L,D,LN; Brightleaf District

55 Respite Cafe

115 N Duke St, Ste 1A, 919-294-9737; www.respitecafe.com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; L; Brightleaf District

56 Revolution y

107 W Main St, 919-956-9999; www.revolutionrestaurant.com; American; D,LN; City Center District

57 Rue Cler Restaurant & Bakery y

401 E Chapel Hill St, 919-682-8844; www.ruecler-durham.com; French; L,D,SB; City Center District

58 Saladelia Café

406 Blackwell St, Ste 160, Crowe Bldg, 919-687-4600; www.saladelia.com; Greek; B,L; American Tobacco District

59 Saltbox Seafood Joint y

60 Satisfaction Restaurant, Bar and Pizza Delivery

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61 Scratch Seasonal Artisan Baking y

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905 W Main St, Ste 37, 919-682-7397; www. satisfactionrestaurant.com; American; L,D,LN; Brightleaf District

62 Serrano Delicafe

905 W Main St, Ste 20H, 919-381-6407; www.facebook.com/ serranodelicafe; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; B,L; Brightleaf District

63 Skewers Bar and Grill

1013 W Main St, 919-680-8048; www.skewersbarandgrill.com; Middle Eastern; D,LN; Brightleaf District

64 Stay & Play Snack Café

F2

65 Subway

D3 City Center Inset

F5

405-A E Chapel Hill St, 919-275-2978; www. stayandplaysnackcafe.com; American; B,L; City Center District

66 Taberna Tapas

325 W Main St, 919-797-1457; www.tabernatapas.com; Spanish; L,D,SB; City Center District

67 Toast y

345 W Main St, 919-683-2183; www.toast-fivepoints.com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; L,D; City Center District

68 Tobacco Road Sports Cafe y

280 S Mangum St, Ste 100, 919-937-9909; www.tobaccoroadsportscafe.com; American; L,D,LN; American Tobacco District

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D6

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E6

C4

AmericanTobacco Tobacco American Golden Belt Golden Belt

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F6

200 E Main St, 919-560-0082; www.subway.com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; B,L,D; Gov’t Services District

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111 Orange St, 919-789-9431; www.piefantasy.com; Bakery Goods; B,L; City Center District

E3

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G3

608 N Mangum St, 919-908-8970; www.saltboxseafoodjoint.com; Seafood; L,D

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DOWNTOWN DINING 69 Torero’s Mexican Restaurant

800 W Main St, 919-682-4197; www.torerosmexicanrestaurants. com; Mexican; L,D; Brightleaf District

70 Triangle Brewing Co. Pint & Plate

802 W Main St, Brightleaf District, 919- 973-2598; www. trianglebrewery.com/pint-and-plate/; Brightleaf District

71 Tyler’s Restaurant and Taproom & The SpeakEasy y

324 Blackwell St, Ste 400, 919-433-0345; www.tylerstaproom. com; American; L,D,LN,SB; American Tobacco District

72 West End Wine Bar of Durham

601 W Main St, Ste E, 919-381-4228; www.westendwinebar. com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; L,D,LN; Warehouse District

73 Which Wich Superior Sandwiches

359 Blackwell St, Diamond View III, 919-973-4792; www.whichwich. com; Cafes/Delis/Sandwiches; L,D; American Tobacco District

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DOWNTOWN SHOPPING 8

Bull City Arts Collaborative

9

Bullseye Bicycle

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102 Morris St, 919-438-3883; www.bullseyebicycle.com; Bike Shop; City Center District

10 The Carrack Modern Art

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111 W Parrish St, 704-213-6666; www.thecarrack.org; Art Gallery; City Center District

11 Cave Taureau Wines D4

E3

401-B Foster St, www.bullcityarts.org; Art Gallery; Central Park District

339 W Main St, 919-908-9877; www.cavetaureauwines.com; Wine; City Center District

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12 Claymakers Studio D6

E1

705 Foster St, 919-530-8355; www.claymakers.org; Art Gallery; Central Park District

13 Clear-Vue Glass

F3

502 Rigsbee Ave, 919-682-5597; www.clearvueglass.com; Furniture/Interiors; Central Park District

14 Cricket Forge

F3

218 Hunt St, 919-680-3513; www.cricketforge.com; Art Gallery; Central Park District

15 Dear Hearts

F2

618 Foster St, www.shopdearhearts.com; Clothing; Central Park District

16 Dolly’s Vintage

213B W Main St, 919-682-1471; www.dollysvintage.com; Clothing; City Center District

DOWNTOWN SHOPPING 1

Accent Hardwood Flooring

2

Alizarin Gallery

3

Area Modern Home & Lighting

601 Foster St, 919-682-3941; www.accenthardwoodflooring. com; Furniture/Interiors; Central Park District 119 W Main St, Ste 200, 919-434-5400; www.alizaringallery.com; Art Gallery; City Center District 320 E Chapel Hill St, 919-908-8755; www.facebook.com/ areamodernhome; Furniture/Interiors; City Center District

4

Beer Durham (Opening Summer 2014)

5

Board Paradise

6

Brame Furniture Showroom

7

Bull City Art & Frame Company

423 Morris St, www.facebook.com/BeerDurham; Beer; Central Park District 321 W Main St, 919-530-8776; www.boardparadise.com; Skate Shop; City Center District 1010 W Main St, 919-682-0967; www.brameco.com/showroom. htm; Furniture/Interiors; Brightleaf District 905 W Main St, Ste 20F, 919-680-4278; www. bullcityartandframecompany.com; Art Gallery; Brightleaf District

photos, left-right: Parker & Otis - DCVB; LabourLove Gallery - Jessie Gladdek/DCVB

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17 Durham Arts Place

305 E Chapel Hill St, 919-491-4625; Art Gallery; City Center District

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18 Durham Bulls Ballpark Corner

D7

409 Blackwell St, 919-687-6555; durhambulls.milbstore.com; Gifts; American Tobacco District

19 Exotique

City Center Inset

319 W Main St, 919-688-5747; www.theexotique.com; Gifts; City Center District

20 Fifi’s Fine Resale Apparel

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1000 W Main St, Ste 1-B, 919-806-3434; www.facebook.com/ FifisOfDurham; Clothing; Brightleaf District

21 Gallery at Vega Metals

F3

214 Hunt St, 919-688-8267; www.vegametals.com; Art Gallery; Central Park District

22 Golden Belt Artist Studios City Center Inset Brightleaf Inset Brightleaf Inset

I7

807 E Main St, 919-967-7700; www.goldenbeltarts.com; Art Gallery; Golden Belt District

23 Gurley’s Pharmacy, Inc,

114 W Main St, 919-688-8978; www.gurleyspharmacy.com; Pharmacy; City Center District

District Key City Center

American Tobacco Golden Belt

Brightleaf Gov. Services

City Center Inset

Central Park Warehouse

DOWNTOWN SHOPPING 24 Hairizon

341 W Main Street, Ste 104, 800-557-9828; www.hairizonbeauty. com; Hair & Body Product; City Center District

25 Hamilton Hill Jewelry

905 West Main Street, 919-683-1474; www.hamiltonhilljewelry. com; Jewelry; Brightleaf District

26 Jack - for Him, Her & Home

905 W Main St, Ste 8, 919-973-4503; www.facebook.com/ jack905nc; Clothing; Brightleaf District

27 James Kennedy Galleries

905 W Main St, 919-682-1040; www.picasaweb.google.com/ kantiques2; Antiques; Brightleaf District

28 Kimbrell’s Furniture

101 W Chapel Hill St, 919-682-2159; www.kimbrells.com; Furniture/Interiors; City Center District

29 Letters Bookshop

313 W Main St, 919-555-7850; www.lettersbookshop.com; Bookstore; City Center District

30 Magpie Boutique

601 W Main St, Ste D, 919-683-1981; www.magpienc.com; Clothing; Warehouse District

31 Main Street Pharmacy

213 W Main St, 919-688-1368; www.mymainstreetpharmacy. com; Pharmacy; City Center District

32 The Makery

401 W Geer St, 919- 408-7847; www.themakerync.com; Local Crafts & Gifts; Central Park District

33 Morgan Imports, LTD

113 S Gregson St, 919-688-1150; www.morganimports.com; Gifts; Brightleaf District

34 Nomadic Trading Company

619 Foster St, 919-413-5966; www.nomadictrading.com; Furniture/Interiors; Central Park District

35 Not Just Paper

1010 W Main St, 919-688-6886; www.brameco.com/paper; Office Supplies; Brightleaf District

36 Offbeat Music

905 W Main St, Brightleaf Square, 919-688-7022; Music; Brightleaf District

37 Other End of the Leash Pet Boutique & Bakery 1000 W Main St, Brightleaf Square, 919-908-1887; Pet Supplies; Brightleaf District

38 Parker and Otis

112 S Duke St, 919-683-3200; www.parkerandotis.com; Gifts; Brightleaf District

39 Peters Design Works

107 W Parrish, 919-599-0124; www.petersdesignworks. wordpress.com; Custom Furniture; City Center District

40 Phat Wear

210 Corcoran St, 919-824-5859; Clothing; City Center District

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41 Pleiades Gallery

109 E Chapel Hill St, 919-797-2706; www.pleiadesartdurham. com; Art Gallery; City Center District

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42 Public Hardware, Inc.

G4

505 N Mangum St, 919-688-4321; www.publichardware.com; Hardware; Central Park District

43 Rose’s Meat Market and Sweet Shop

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121 N Gregson St, 919-797-2233; www.rosesmeatandsweets. com; Specialty Food; Brightleaf District

44 The Scrap Exchange (relocating to Lakewood in August)

J7

923 Franklin St, 919-688-6960; www.scrapexchange.org; Art Supply & Gallery; Golden Belt District

45 Seven Stars Cycles

104 W Parrish St, 919-675-2435; www.sevenstarscycles.com; Bike Shop; City Center District

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46 Smitten Boutique

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1105 W Main St, 919-530-1000; www.thesmittenboutique.com; Clothing; Brightleaf District

47 Sound Pure Music Store

E1

732 Washington St, 919-682-5552; www.soundpure.com; Guitar & Drum showroom; Central Park District

48 Stone Brothers & Byrd, Inc.

E1

700 Washington St, 919-682-1311; www.stonebrothers.com; Garden Supply; Central Park District

49 Through This Lens

303 E Chapel Hill St, 919-687-0250; www.throughthislens.com; Art Gallery; City Center District

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50 Tre Bella Bridal

F6

124 E Main St, 919-323-7167; www.trebellabridal.com; Clothing; Warehouse District

51 Vert & Vogue Bis

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905 W Main St, Ste 24-B Box 5, 919-251-8537; www.vertandvogue.com; Clothing; Brightleaf District

52 Vert & Vogue (Opening Fall 2014)

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353 W Main St, 919-251-8537; www.vertandvogue.com; Clothing; Brightleaf District

53 Ward Furniture

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407 E Chapel Hill St, 919-682-2117; Furniture/Interior; City Center District

54 Wentworth & Leggett Books

905 W Main St, 919-688-5311; www.wentworthleggettbooks. com; Bookstore; Brightleaf District

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MORE ONLINE: Explore all of Durham’s unique shopping opportunities, including specialty boutiques, unique gift stores, vintage shops, flea markets, and more at durh.am/shopping76.

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American Tobacco Golden Belt

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Central Park Warehouse

DOWNTOWN ENTERTAINMENT & NIGHTLIFE 1

106 Main

2

Alley Twenty Six

3

The Bar

4

Bar Lusconi

5

Carolina Theatre

6

Social Games and Brews

7

DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center

8

Fullsteam Brewery

9

Kotuku Surf Club

10

Manbites Dog Theater Company

11

Motorco Music Hall

106 E Main St, 919-593-0560; www.facebook.com/106Main; Gov’t Services District 320 E Chapel Hill St, 919-213-1267; www.alleytwentysix.com; City Center District 711 Rigsbee Ave, 919-956-2929; www.thebardurham.com; Central Park District 117B E Main St, 919-351-9391; www.barlusconi.com; Gov’t Services District 309 W Morgan St, 919-560-3040; www.carolinatheatre.org; City Center District 1007 W Main St, 919-687-6969; www.socialdurham.com; Brightleaf District 123 Vivian St, 919-680-2787; www.dpacnc.com; American Tobacco District 726 Rigsbee Ave, 919-682-2337; www.fullsteam.ag; Central Park District

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F2

F2

703 Rigsbee Ave, 919-294-9661; Central Park District 703 Foster St, 919-682-3343; www.manbitesdogtheater.org; Central Park District 723 Rigsbee Ave, 919-901-0875; www.motorcomusic.com; Central Park District

E1

F2

photos, left-right: Motorco Music Hall - Ash Crowe; Fullsteam Brewery - Fullsteam Brewery/DCVB

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American Tobacco Golden Belt

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Central Park Warehouse