18 Market St.
Henderson, NC 27537-3788
Phone: (252) 433-9449
Fax: (252) 433-9423
Bars & Cafes
This charming little establishment doubles as a wine bar and cafe. Serving up delicious small plates and vino from around the world, Poppyseed Market is an upscale, yet casual eatery in Raleigh. Find scrumptious eats like grilled bourbon shrimp skewers or their blackened fish tacos. Gourmet pizzas, hot and cold deli sandwiches, salads and even a kids menu offer a delightful array of choices. Wine pairings are often suggested by the knowledgeable staff and private wine and cheese tastings happen throughout the month.
For a casual good time, there is no better place to visit than Saints and Scholars Irish Pub. Choose from a wide selection of drinks and sit out on the patio with your dog (it's a pup-friendly place!). There is even a menu that offers Mediterranean, American, and Irish classics, so you won't go hungry.
Tribeca Tavern Falls serves you delicious burgers like you've never had before. That's what this restaurant is famous for, apart from their other wonderful food. The service is quick and efficient. If you have a particular requirement, make sure you let your server know and they will try and accommodate your request as far as possible. Tribeca also has a great in-house brew.
Motorco Music Hall is a popular bar and music venue in the Central Park district of downtown Durham. They have a full bar with an extensive liquor and wine listing as well as bottled microbrews and a rotating selection of twelve different beers on tap. Motorco is usually closed on Mondays but may open for an event or concert so be sure to check their website for the latest music schedule. Some seating is available around the bar and outside but why would you be sitting when your favorite band is playing anyways? Unless stated otherwise, Motorco requires patrons be 21 years of age or older.
The Oc Bar & Grill is an elegant sports bar with televisions everywhere to ensure that the patrons don't miss a single second of sporting action while they move round here. Special attention is given to the food and beverages, cooked from the freshest ingredients only. The meat for the barbecue is also roasted on site. One can sit outside or inside depending on the weather. The bar is open till early morning to quell your hunger even at odd hours.
For a delicious meal, walk into Revolution. The restaurant is a local favorite, especially for the variety on the menu. If you want to learn how to make some of the dishes available, drop by for the Sunday cooking classes. Call for details on the same. The restaurant gets really busy during peak hours, so reservations are recommended.
Relax after a hard day by unwinding here at Tobacco Road, or simply come by to catch up on the game over drinks. The atmosphere here is typical of a sports bar with TV screens adorning the walls and music that needs you to scream and talk! The food here is not your regular bar food! Tobacco Road has taken their menu to the next level by offering farm-fresh produces that result in delicious food. A growing chain, Tobacco Road is a good place to try out.
Located in the charming 9th Street Shopping District, Francesca's is a dessert dream come true. On any given day, find such delights as chocolate-laden éclairs, old-fashioned pound cake, fudge brownies or their Mocha Pecan Pie. The Caffe also serves 18 daily flavors of homemade gelato and sorbet and a selection of hot and cold coffees. Breeze in on a warm summer day and have a double-dip strawberry cone or ice-cold mocha or come in from the cold and enjoy a slab of rich chocolate cake and a cappuccino.
Thad Eure, Jr. and Charles Winston metamorphosed the big barn to create Angus Barn, a landmark dining destination in the city. In 1984, the waiting room of the restaurant was opened to guests and is today come to being as the Wild Turkey Lounge. It is christened so after the 600-odd wild turkey decanters that form part of the quaint-yet-inviting decor from Thad's personal collection back home. That's not the only unique accumulation on floor; in addition, marvel at an array of single action revolvers that don the wall. The menu features Alaskan king crab claws, oysters Rockefeller, barbequed beef ribs and rack of lamb, as well as complementing globe-spanning wines. Smoke a cigar from the cellar-turned-humidor and end your meal with classic crème brülée or sawdust pie.
Spare Times Grill is a great place to unwind after a long day in the city. The bar has an entertaining DJ, and game nights see a euphoric crowd here
Classic Southern dishes have been re-imagined and modernized with popular ingredients and current techniques. Relish Café & Bar still retains the heart and soul of traditional Southern cuisine, with the same big flavors, opting for baking instead of frying and plain Greek yogurt for full fat cream. Casual and laid back, Relish features a bar where patrons can enjoy a meal and the latest game on television. A small, concise gourmet market place sells upscale goods for you to take home and cook with yourself.
Remember the times when you would hang out with your friends in a stuffy bar, playing pool and cheering for your favorite team? Now take that and team it with upscale ambiance and high-tech equipments, what you would get is Bluestone Bar & Grille. Located within Hilton Durham near Duke University, this sports bar is the best of the best. Come to grab some tasty grub, for a game a pool, or simply to watch your favorite sports games on the large screen televisions.