Eat and Drink

Last updated: September 23, 2017

Eat and Drink

The Triangle, and Durham specifically, have a fantastic number of interesting restaurants. Durham/Chapel Hill was named America’s Foodiest Small Town by Bon Appétit Magazine. The region has an abundance of restaurants specializing in short seasonal menus.

Long ago, tobacco and textile industries shaped Durham, but now the historic brick mills and repurposed factories form the backdrop of North Carolina’s re-energized Bull City. The flourishing downtown area features bakeries, pizzerias, tapas bars and food trucks in a cool mix of culture and food that is uniquely Durham.

Dining At Duke

There are over 30 great places to dine on Duke's campus. All Duke eateries take Food Points and Plans with your ID card. Most also take cash or credit cards. There are also some delivery and non-delivery Durham restaurants that take Duke points as payment for late study sessions.

Vegetarians and Vegans

Be sure to check out these Duke resources and groups. One dining choice with some great healthy vegetarian and vegan meals is the environmentally-friendly Divinity Cafe located in the Divinity School, between Duke Engineering and Duke Chapel.

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