15 July, 2009
Restaurant Review–Satisfaction, Brightleaf Square, DurhamComments : 2 Posted in : Dining in Durham - NC, Restaurants on by : The Gourmez
Satisfaction Restaurant and Bar
905 W Main Street Suite 37
Brightleaf Square, Durham
Sandwiches and Salads: $5.29-8.99.
Pizza: Starting at $8.59 for a small, plain cheese.
On a Sunday afternoon, Satisfaction is a relaxing sports bar and grill. I specify when we ate because I’ve been here for a drink on a game night and the vibe is completely different, much louder and younger, as to be expected. It has a large, open, wood and brick interior with sports paraphernalia, plenty of huge televisions, and a couple of cars coming out of the walls.
There’s also outdoor seating available.
The menu was your typical selection of sub sandwiches, burgers, and pizzas. I had a Club Sub with turkey, bacon, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, and mayonnaise held together in a simple white bread roll.
It tasted just as it should, with a good amount of flavor coming from the bacon and mayo. It came with a side of their Satisfaction Sauce, which is their house ranch dressing. For an extra $1, chips or fries can be added on. I can recommend the chips as they were homemade, thick cut, and a bit chewy. It’s always fun to take a break from thin, crispy chips.
For the price, I had no complaints. I’d come again.
2 thoughts on : Restaurant Review–Satisfaction, Brightleaf Square, Durham
That sounds lovely! I must try it soon.
I took my mom to Rue Cler… why is the kitchen closed such strange hours? I had to wander downtown for an hour waiting for it to re-open for my beignet addiction to be met.
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