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17 July, 2013

Counter Culture Coffee Cupping

Counter Culture Coffee Cupping
Posted in : Coffee Shops, Coffee Shops in Durham - NC, Events, Travel Guide for Durham - NC on by : becca

Counter Culture Coffee 4911 South Alston Avenue Research Triangle Park Website Free! Durham has several notable coffee roasters–Joe Van Gogh and Bean Traders make my list–but none have as large a profile and the nationwide distribution that Counter Culture does. The company is headquartered here and Durham hosts one of their several training facilities. Counter
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6 November, 2012

TerraVITA 2012 Media Farm Tour: Stop 2, Joe Van Gogh Coffee Roastery

Comments : 3 Posted in : Coffee Shops, Coffee Shops in Chapel Hill - NC, Coffee Shops in Durham - NC, Coffee Shops in Raleigh - NC, Events, Travel Guide for Chapel Hill - NC, Travel Sponsored Stays and Tours on by : becca

Time for more on the TerraVITA 2012 Media Farm Tour! After taking a fast, furious, and intriguing tour of the redesigned Southern Season, our group of food-loving media members hustled into our complimentary shuttle, provided by Performance Subaru, to make the journey out into the wilderness for our next stop. Okay, the wilderness was a
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18 April, 2012

Straw Valley Café (Durham)

Comments : 8 Posted in : Coffee Shops, Coffee Shops in Durham - NC, Sake, Wine on by : becca

Straw Valley Café 5420 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. New Hope Commons, Durham Website You may not have heard about Straw Valley Café from the Independent Weekly, Herald-Sun, or Carpe Durham articles on this coffeehouse, bar, and art gallery, but that shouldn’t stop you from visiting it. What might is its difficult-to-access location. It’s right off of
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27 February, 2012

Scratch

Comments : 2 Posted in : Bakeries, Coffee Shops, Coffee Shops in Durham - NC, Dining in Durham - NC, Grab and Go, Restaurants on by : becca

Scratch 111 Orange Street Downtown Durham Website Scratch is a cute shop tucked into Orange Street in downtown Durham, a walkway that often doubles as a skateboard thoroughfare and an art gallery in the form of metallic sculptures in planters.  A few outdoor tables are very appealing on warm days. Inside, pastel egg-shell colors dominate.
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