It’s always a good time to shop and we wish you even more joy as you do your happy holiday shopping here in Durham, North Carolina! Home to so many great places to get awesome gifts for those you love. Over … Continue reading
Amazing Durham holiday events are coming up! We dedicate this to our annual Bull City events you should not miss! Listed in the order that these amazing Durham holiday events take place: Shop Independent Durham Week (Nov. 24 to Dec. 2) … Continue reading
Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast is pleased to share actual online guest reviews about this Durham bed and breakfast. It is truly our pleasure to host guests in a place where elegance, excitement, and hospitality meet. “The highlight of our … Continue reading
Here’s 5 new Durham restaurants foodies will love! Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast in Durham, North Carolina is thrilled that The Bull City has even more restaurants for our guests to choose from. Eastcut Sandwich Shop (at 3211 Old Chapel Hill Road) features murals and outdoor seating in this newly designed casual space where dogs are welcome on their deck. Their mission is to craft the finest East Coast sandwiches with classics from Florida to Maine. Call (984) 439-1852 for more information.
Foster Street Coffee is located at 540 Foster Street on the ground floor of Liberty Warehouse Building in the Central Park District. This cafe serves coffee and specialty drinks. Their coffee beans come from their main, small micro-roaster Valerio Coffee Roasters of Fair Trade. Call (919) 797-9555 to speak with them directly.
Snow Factory (at 760 Ninth Street) serves pan-fried Thai ice cream rolls made on a Hibachi table kept at 10 degrees below zero. Flavors include their “50 Shades of Grey” Flavor (a smooth, sweet dark chocolate ice cream blended with 1/3 real banana and rich white chocolate syrup swirl that keeps you wanting more) and their “Peanut Butter ‘N Pretzel” (a one-of-a-kind ice cream flavor with premium vanilla ice cream blended with crunchy peanut butter and salted pretzels; a perfect balance of salty and sweet that nearly everyone likes). Call (919) 294-4111 to contact them by phone.
Thai at Main (appropriately located at 317 West Main Street near the Durham Visitors Center) offers traditional Thai fare with pad Thai dishes and dumplings for main courses. Save room for their delicious fried bananas dessert. Call (984) 219-7444 to learn more.
Zweli’s Kitchen, located at 4600 Chapel Hill Boulevard in the Oak Creek Village shopping center, is Durham’s first Zimbabwean restaurant featuring authentic African cuisine based on an eclectic palate. Chef Zwelibanzi migrated from Zimbabwe to Durham where she attended North Carolina Central University majoring in hospitality and tourism. After serving several roles in the hospitality industry, including running a thriving catering business, she is happy to open her own restaurant in the Durham community. Call (984) 219-7555 to speak to someone on staff.
Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast is delighted to serve our guests with friendly Southern hospitality. Our complimentary gourmet breakfasts are served each morning in our Pecan Dining Room. We look forward to your staying with us (for the very first time or as a returning guest).
Hamilton the Musical receives rave reviews. The Durham Performing Arts Center, one of the top three entertainment venues in the country, and located here in Durham, North Carolina, will be featuring the world-famous, must-see Broadway musical, Hamilton. Shows run from … Continue reading
The Duke Gardens in Durham feature fantastic Fall colors this Autumn season. Located within 2 miles of Morehead Manor here in Durham, our bed and breakfast guests need only take a 6-minute ride to this world-famous attraction. This year, the 8,500-acre … Continue reading
Art of Cool 2018
Calling all Music Lovers! Durham has always been a Cool place to be and starting September 28, 2018 it will be even Cooler as it will host the 5th Anniversary Art of Cool Music Festival in downtown Durham. Artists from the Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz and Soul genres will grace various stages over a 2 day period. The party starts at noon on Friday and continues thru the wee hours on Sunday morning. The venues include The Durham Bulls Athletic Park, The Carolina Theater, Pinhook, The Durham Armory, Beyu Caffe, and Motoco, all within walking distance to the center of the city and Morehead Manor. The DOME group, LLC purchased this homegrown Black Music Festival in 2017 and moved the date to end of September which happens to come on the heels of the Black Wall Street: Homecoming. See our BWS Blog post for more information on those events.
The Festival’s kick-off is Friday, September 28, 2018 and performances include:
- Maxwell, Anthony Hamilton and Damien Escobar – At the Durham Bulls Athletic Park
- Meshell Ndegocello, and Rahsaan Patterson – At The Carolina Theater
- Sons of Kinmet, Freelance and Young Bull – At the Pinhook
- Terminator X, Sango, 95 Live with 9th Wonder and DJ Spinderella – At the Durham Armory
- Priscilla Renea, and Black Alley – At the Beyu Caffe
Saturday, September 29, 2018 performances:
- Erykah Badu, Nas and Royce Da 5’9” – At the Durham Bulls Athletic Park
- Iman Omari, Keyon Harrold, Anna Wise and Zoocru – at Pinhook
- Dwele – At Motoco
- Madison McFarrin and Vanessa Ferguson – At Beyu Caffe
We’re excited and more artists are being added, you can visit the official AOC2018 site for updates.
Tickets are going fast but you can click here to purchase day passes, weekend passes or VIP passes or the recently added VIP Suite and Box Options for performances at the DBAP on Friday and Saturday nights via Eventbrite. Tickets range from $100-$7500. With Affirm you can pay later by choosing the option available via Eventbrite.
Art of Cool goers or “Cooligans” as they are officially called, that choose to stay with Morehead Manor will enjoy the normal complimentary treats of a scrumptious breakfast, beverages and desserts each day plus a special AOC2018 treat upon check-in. Rates start at $155/night single or double occupancy with a 2 night minimum. Use code AOC2018 to reserve your room today.
The 5th Anniversary AOC Festival is guaranteed to be an exciting weekend and you don’t want to miss out on hanging out with the “Cooligans” from here and afar.
You may not be familiar with the name Matt Kelly, but if you have dined in Durham, North Carolina, you may have eaten at one of his many fine dining restaurants. Both an incredible chef (he was named one of … Continue reading
Bull City Burger and Brewery is an independent, locally owned restaurant and craft brewery. Located at 107 East Parrish Street in Downtown Durham, they opened in March of 2011. With around 90 seats inside the restaurant plus 50 seats outside … Continue reading
Celebrate arts at the amazing Centerfest 2018 with the Durham Arts Council both Saturday September 15 (from 10 am to 6 pm) and Sunday September 16 (from 11 am to 5 pm). There’s a reason why this will be our … Continue reading