Sunday, February 27, 2011

Luck of the Irish: St. Patrick's Day Feast and Parade

Get in the Irish spirit for St. Patrick's Day this year with a trip to the Triangle for Raleigh's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival.

The parade is one of the largest St. Patrick's Day parades in the Southeast with more than 3,500 participants every year.

 This year's parade is Saturday March 12 at noon in downtown Raleigh.

The parade will begin at the intersection of Cabarrus and Wilmington Streets and run down Fayetteville , Wilmington and Blount Streets and end in Moore Square , where the Raleigh St. Patrick's Day Festival will take place after the parade.
Learn more about the Irish tradition through live music, dancing and local Irish organizations. Enjoy authentic Irish food, jewelry and children's games and activities.

For more information on the parade, visit their website

Continue festivities in the spirit of St. Patrick the next weekend and take advantage of the opportunity to learn Irish cuisine from one of the best, Chef Phil.
 
Stay at the Arrowhead Inn during March 17th - 20th for a wonderful Irish feast and cooking class.  All for $65 per person ($130/couple) in addition to the room charges. We finally coaxed Chef Phil to share his famous scone recipes. He will be offering a scone-making class on Saturday, March 19th at 10:30 AM. Space is limited. Package includes recipe and scones to go.

Chef Phil is also creating a fabulous St. Patrick’s Dinner for his Irish Feast nightly, March 17th, 18th & 19th at 6:30PM at $45/person plus tax and gratuities

Menu for Irish Feast

Green Pea Soup with Garlic Croutons
Corned Beef with Marmalade Whiskey Glaze
Glazed Carrots
Cabbage Wedges & Yukon Gold Potatoes
Irish Soda Bread
White & Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding with Irish Crème Sauce

Coffee & Tea Service





Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

Durham March basketball



Spring is upon us and that means March Madness and the end of regular season of UNC and Duke basketball.


The last showdown between UNC and Duke this season is Saturday, March 5 at 8pm. Then the teams head to Greensboro for the ACC tournament.


Reserve a room/suite at the Arrowhead Inn on the night of any local basketball game and we will prepare an early pre-game dinner or an antipasto feast for two.  Prices start at $45 in addition to the room charges. Just show us your tickets and we’ll toss in a later breakfast for two if you will be out celebrating until the wee hours.

For more on the ACC tournament, visit their website.  

Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

Monday, February 21, 2011

"In the Heights" hits DPAC

 The Durham Performing Arts Center's great Broadway season continues this month with the Tony-award winning musical "In the Heights."

The show, which tells the story of a Dominican neighborhood in Manhattan's Washington Heights will have 16 peformances from Feb. 22-27.

"In the Heights won four Tony awards in 2008 including best musical, best score and best choreography. Stay at this Durham Bed and breakfast and enjoy a pre-theatre dinner.



Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

Thursday, February 10, 2011

NY Times Selects Durham, NC as Best Places

Durham's downtown turnaround is getting some national attention.
 
If you need more evidence that downtown Durham is on the upswing, The New York Times ranked it #35 in its list of 41 Places to Visit in the World this year.

The article cites the cities' renovated tobacco warehouses and food scene on West Main Street as signs of revival. Local favorites Parker and Otis, Scratch bakery and Revolution got shout-outs for their innovative, local and seasonal dishes.

Check out the article here, then make dinner reservations and room reservations at this Durham Bed & Breakfast  for the makings of a great weekend.


Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

Hayti film festival celebrates

Celebrate the African American heritage of Durham through screenings of films over a three days Feb. 17-20.

 Formerly known as the Black Diaspora Film Festival, the Hayti Heritage Film Festival  celebrates African American cinema by highlighting established and emerging filmakerers who contribute diverse works of and about people of African descent.

Performances are at St. Joseph's Historic Performance Hall at Hayti Heritage Center, 804 Old Fayetteville St. For More Information:(919) 683-1709; or visit their website

Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Scavage, Assemble, Survive art exhibit

Get into all of Durham's junk, but not the gross parts, with a visit to the Scrap Exchange in downtown Durham.

The non-profit that recycles industrial material from Durham businesses is hosting the Scavage, Assemble, Survive art exhibit until February 12. The exhibit features robots by Tyler Jackson and upcycled window-mirrors by Greg Mavraganis.

The pair don’t need to visit art supply stores to find the canvases for their art. It starts with the stuff people throw away. For Mavraganis, that’s often old windows, which he transforms into shabby-chic mirrors. For Jackson, reclaimed wood sprouts back to life as articulated robots that he calls “BLANKS.”

The event is free and open from 11a.m. to 5p.m. 

The Scrap Exchange, 548 Foster Street, downtown Durham and only a short 15 minute drive from a Durham Bed & Breakfast Inn. Click here for more information.  


Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Experience Valentine's Day like never before at the Arrowhead Inn

 The Arrowhead Inn is navigating Cupid’s arrow straight to its guests with a Valentine’s package that will tug at the heart, revive special memories, rekindle the flame and give romance its due.

Bring your sweetheart, look out for Cupid and allow the Inn to take care of all the details for your romantic getaway. A long stem rose and sumptuous chocolate-covered strawberries will await you upon arrival.

Celebrate your love while enjoying a five-course gourmet dinner lovingly prepared by resident inn-owner and trained chef Philip Teber. Choose an entrée for your intimate, fireside feast from a list that includes filet mignon with caramelized shallot sauce; garlic crusted rack of lamb; fresh crab cakes with diablo sauce; or wild salmon with ginger & Asian sweet chili sauce. Your romantic meal will be brought to a finish with a dessert so decadent only a Valentine’s celebration could forgive.

There will be one seating for dinner following hors d’oeuvres at 6:00 p.m.  The cost for the event is $150/per couple in addition to room charges, taxes and 20%gratuities. Fine wine & beer are available.
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Check out our website for more information.


Gloria & Phil Teber Your Innkeeper and Chef at the Arrowhead Inn, Durham, NC