Comfort Inn University Durham - Chapel Hill
3508 Mt. Moriah Rd.
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 490-4949
Fax: (919) 419-0535
3508 Mt. Moriah Rd., Durham, NC, US, 27707
- Phone: (919) 490-4949
- Fax: (919) 419-0535
Bars & Cafes
A specialty cafe that has a Mediterranean flair and specializes in great gourmet sandwiches. Occasional jazz shows are held here and they are open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
If you're tired of eating the same dishes/cuisines all the time, then you need to visit G2B Gastro Pub. The food here is innovative and has some real creative touches. The use of seasonal ingredients in most of the food not only enhances the flavor, but also ensures that there is a good rotation of taste and variety. All you beer lovers, this is your calling. G2B has an extensive beer menu with more than 25 bottled beers and over 10 tap beers!
Enjoy food, sports, and fun in a family atmosphere at Carolina Ale House. Be sure to try the "Fish Bowl Margarita" while you watch your favorite team.
This national award winning Espresso bar, Teahouse & Wine bar, which has been featured on the Food Network show "$40 a Day", serves a thoughtful selection of wine & beer, handcrafted espresso & coffee drinks, as well as delicious baked goods and premium whole leaf tea. The sculpted gardens and patios are tucked in amongst the surrounding woods to offer a truly unique spot to escape & relax. You can enjoy live music in the evenings during the summer and fine cigars are stocked in the areas only humidor.
A popular after-work pub that serves an array of American pub dishes such as hot fish and chips and good oyster po' boys with eclectic music playing in the background. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch, dinner, and late night dining.
Calling all wine lovers of Chapel Hill to experience unique flavors in ONE Restaurant. The restaurant has some rarely-found bottles that you can savor with delicious food. The food menu has dishes that are prepared using only simple ingredients in the right combination to well-flavor the food and make it enjoyable with a glass of wine. Specials on regularly at the restaurant.
A cute little bakery and restaurant, Guglhupf Café gives you the best of both! The food served here is mostly German, with a blend of the local flavors. This cafe can safely be termed a local favorite, especially for the breakfast/brunch. The place does get a bit crowded, so try and make reservations. The service is excellent. The waitstaff is polite and knowledgeable about the menu. Ask for suggestions and you will not be disappointed.
The Underground is located in the heart of Chapel Hill. With great drinks and nightly entertainment, this laid-back bar is a favorite gathering spot among locals. They boast an impressive selection of draft beer and spirits, and feature table games like air hockey, foosball and pool. Open until 2a, their lineup includes live music, karaoke, dance, DJ nights and private events.
All of the coffee beans available at this roastery are roasted and blended on site and range from Colombian to exotic blends. Specialty coffee drinks, a great selection of teas, healthy gourmet sandwiches, homemade desserts, and much more are on the menu and live acoustic entertainment is provided on Friday evenings. They are open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
For unmatched food quality, and taste, dine at R&R Grill. What's so great about eating at a bar? Well to begin with, none of the food out here is prepared the conventional way. R&R Grill adds its twist to regular dishes, making them exotic and irresistible. Some of the favorites here include the Patty Melt and the New Sizzling Wings. The menu features a good selection of beers.
It's not uncommon to overhear a group of Chapel Hill students buzzing about the great time they had at the Library. Of course, they aren't describing a late night study session, but a wild outing at one of the University's most popular bars. The Library is the place to go for fabulous music - alternating between live bands and DJs throughout the week. Get your nose out of those books and hit up The Library tonight!
Top of the Hill opens daily as a restaurant that has been voted "Best Place to Impress a Date," "Best Place to See and Be Seen," and "Best Outdoor Deck," among other awards. The locals frequent the Top for great food and brews, and visitors will find it highly recommended as a true taste of Chapel Hill. Patrons indulge in an eclectic selection of Baked Crab Dip, Tenderloin Bruscetta, or French Quarter Jambalya. When the sun goes down, the Top transforms into a chic UNC hangout, featuring Drain the Tank Mondays and live music on Thirsty Thursdays. The restaurant has a full bar, but with microbrews that have netted eighteen World Championship Beer medals, it seems that an ice cold pint is the way to go. - Caitlin Fahey