We feature the ten best lunch restaurants in Durham, North Carolina (also known as The Bull City) as voted by diners on TripAdvisor. With around 625 restaurants located in Durham alone, there are many delicious choices for guests of Morehead … Continue reading →
There’s plenty of amazing Durham bars near Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast. Included are the following places here in central North Carolina: The Tobacco Road Sports Cafe, located at the nearby American Tobacco Campus, at 280 S. Magnum Street, is … Continue reading →
We feature the ten best dinner restaurants in The Bull City (also known as Durham, North Carolina) as voted by diners on TripAdvisor. With around 625 restaurants located in Durham alone, there is a wide variety of cuisines for guests … Continue reading →
Here’s 4 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 Bar(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 Coffeeis 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.
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). We’re happy to recommend local Durham restaurants with your preferred styles of cuisine.
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 →
Durham is known for great cuisine. In fact, in 2013, Southern Living Magazine named Durham the “Tastiest Town in the South.” Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast will feature the top 10 French restaurants in the Durham area, according to Yelp. … Continue reading →
New Durham Restaurants Opening in 2016! In 2013, Southern Living Magazine named Durham, “The Tastiest Town in the South.” Durham continues to live up to that title with several new restaurants coming. Durham Chef Matt Kelly (from Mateo and Vin … Continue reading →
The South’s Tastiest Town just might be Durham, North Carolina. The Bull City is full of award-winning restaurants offering original cuisine made from fresh local Durham fare. Out of Durham’s more than 700 restaurants, more than 50 have been recognized … Continue reading →
Durham dining delights! Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast is proud to be located in Durham, “The Tastiest Town in the South” according to Southern Living in 2013. Guests of our local bed and breakfast can savor farm fresh and delicious … Continue reading →
In 2013, Southern Living Magazine announced that Durham, over competitors like New Orleans and Charleston, had earned the title “Tastiest Town in the South,” a distinction driven by the votes of thousands of dedicated fans. From fine dining to innovative … Continue reading →