Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Discover What the New York Times Recommends for 36 Hours in Durham


We know there’s lots to love about Durham and it can be hard to decide just what to do during your visit. It can be a challenge to decide what do and where to eat with so many options, but the New York Times accepted that challenge and they have some suggestions on how best to spend 36 hours in Durham.

Their itinerary highlights some great activities in Durham including touring Duke Campus to see the Sarah Duke Gardens or the Nasher Museum of Art and making a morning stop at the Durham Farmer’s Market. They’ve even found time for you to enjoy the emerging art scene in Durham at the Bull City Arts Collaborative or Golden Belt.

We know its difficult to pick the best restaurants in Durham, where exciting new menus are popping up all the time. Those featured in the New York Times article do represent the variety of cuisine that the Bull City has to offer. Everything from food trucks to Fullsteam Brewery to chicken and waffles has helped define the dining scene in Durham, so be sure to savor all the flavors of Durham during your visit.


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

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