Vintage Home South on Ninth Street is filled with breathtaking home decor. Stop by next time you’re in the area — guaranteed you won’t leave empty-handed!
By now you know about The Roof at The Durham … it’s still a trendy spot with a view to grab a cocktail, glass of wine or a brew with friends; just make sure you’re packing some SPF with you on the sun-filled days ahead!
As patio weather becomes more and more common, we highly recommend taking advantage of Gonza Tacos y Tequila’s outdoor space. There’s nothing quite like a mild night with a house marg and huge plate of Nachos Gabachos sitting in front of you!
Take note — on Wednesdays, The Blue Note Grill offers N.C. drafts for $4, the perfect pairing with their tender ‘cue and classic sides like mac-and-cheese and collards.
Shout-out to the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau on the opening of their new Visitor Info Center at 212 W. Main St.The light-filled lobby is brimming with ways to get to know Durham better, including access to computers, maps, guides, a large touch-screen display and plenty of friendly volunteers and staff!
If there’s one thing we love, it’s slices of cake the size of your head from Favor Desserts.
Senior VP of Publishing Rory Gillis had a lovely stay-cation at 21c Museum Hotel and visited its new art exhibit, “OFF-SPRING: New Generations.“ This was one of her favorite pieces.
There are some gorgeous watches at Everyday Magic, the new retail shop at 125 E. Parrish St. specializing in jewelry, apothecary items, home goods, accessories and more. Rory couldn’t resist this flashy Le Coeur watch:
Rory stopped in Dashi and tasted a saki flight from the upstairs izakaya.
Yes, that is the cutest onesie you’ve ever seen, made by Bullpin Apparel.