coffee shop, restaurant, bar, and live jazz club into one unique Durham
business venture. Pictured above is Beyu Caffe owner Dorian Bolden along with
pictures of some of his delicious menu options as well as a drummer to
represent the many talented musicians that perform here. Guests of Morehead
Manor love to visit Beyu Caffe located at 341 West Main Street in Durham, North
- Their specialty coffee and espresso drinks range
from locally roasted coffee and traditional coffee beverages (including
lattes, mochas, and cappuccinos) to both signature coffee drinks and
coffee cocktails (such as Oprah Mocha, Caramello Macchiato, and Irish
Coffee). They also offer non-coffee beverages such as herbal teas,
chai lattes, and bottled sodas.
- Their restaurant offers
breakfast, lunch, dinner, in addition to a special brunch menu on both
Saturday and Sunday mornings. They offer vegetarian, vegan, and
gluten-free menu options. Their yummy desserts include Beignet Napoleon,
Bread Pudding, Creme Brulee, and Vegan Chocolate Mousse.
- Beyu Caffe offeres a full bar ranging
from bottled wines, craft beers on draft, and quality cocktails and
- Their live jazz club supports
both local artists and students while also bringing in national recording
artists including Grammy award winners Branford Marsalis and Roy Hargrove,
to Grammy nominated and national recording artists, Dionne Farris, Carolyn
Malachi, Nnenna Freelon, John Brown, and Cyrus Chestnut.
Owner Dorian Bolden’s goal is for Beyu
Caffe to be “the ultimate community gathering place where our passion for
great atmosphere, great experience, and great service, will allow each guest
and employee to Be You”!
We feel the same way
about Morehead Manor, our #1 black-owned bed and breakfast in America (according to Black
Enterprise magazine). We host guests from a variety of unique cultures and from
all across our unique world. We are thankful for the wonderful guests who continue
to visit us here in Durham, North Carolina.