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Dos Perros

Dos Perros is a Mexican restaurant located downtown. Founded by the same people who own Juju, the restaurant seeks to provide refined Mexican cuisine in an elegant setting, striking a rare combination of authenticity and atmosphere.

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Dashi opened downtown about three weeks ago. It is the much-anticipated marriage of talent between the folks at The Cookery and Toast, formed after a successful three-day pop-up venture. After Juju and Basan, it is the third Asian restaurant to … Continue reading

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Gonza Tacos Y Tequila

Gonza opened it’s third location here in Durham earlier this year, after having established restaurants in Raleigh and Wake Forest. Tucked in the West Village apartment complex, Gonza succeeds 604 West for this location. Here’s hoping this Mexican/Colombian establishment outlasts … Continue reading

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Juju is a new Asian tapas restaurant that opened on Ninth St in the former George’s Garage location. Owned by the same people who run Dos Perros, Juju is the reinvention of Jujube, Chapel Hill’s Asian fusion restaurant.

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Pizzeria Toro

Pizzeria Toro opened in late 2012 and was an instant hit. With its gourmet pizzas, sit-with-strangers seating, and open kitchen design, the restaurant is an upscale destination that fills a downtown niche. It is a key player in the popular … Continue reading

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Monuts, which began as a mobile venture selling donuts at the farmer’s market, opened downtown in 2013. Their wildly successful shop on E Parrish St has wooed Durham residents with their breakfast creations. This month, however, they settled into their … Continue reading

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The Federal

The Federal joined the Durham dining scene in 2004 and has emerged as a “bar that serves food.” Located just off Duke’s east campus, the building is fused to James Joyce, the bar next door. It is the geographic Haiti … Continue reading

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