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Art, Coffee, Shopping, & Food at Durham’s “The Streetery”

(The Triangle Trend) — On the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, you can look forward to some much needed family time, socializing, eating, shopping, and even dancing, because The Streetery has returned to Downtown Durham!

Roadways will be completely backed off for nothing but pedestrian circulation at The Streetery. Bring your friends, partners, and kiddos to experience everything downtown Durham has to offer, including cuisine, shopping opportunities, live music, and more.

Places to eat:

106 Main

Friendly faces and excellent service in an old-school pub with handcrafted cocktails and local beer. A fantastic location, directly across the corner from the Durham Bulls Ballpark and the DPAC.

Bull City Burger & Brewery

An American eatery that works directly with North Carolina pasture-raised beef farmers to source beef that is added-hormone-free and antibiotic-free, which they grind daily to produce hamburgers and all-beef hotdogs. They collaborate with farmers who harvest tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuce.

Juicekeys

A locally owned and run Organic Juice & Smoothie Bar founded by a brother and sister duo to give “keys” to wonderful health. Their enthusiasm about the connections that exist between nutrition, education, and living an active lifestyle comes through in all their dishes and drinks.

Pokeworks

With nationally-known partners from throughout the country, this chef-driven kitchen offers a genuine taste of the islands to all willing to seek them out. Their handcrafted Signature Works and limited-edition bowls provide distinct flavors inspired by a diverse range of cultures from Hawaii and throughout the world.

Pie Pushers

Founded by Mike Hacker And Becky Cascio, Pie Pushers boasts a unique crust that is now known as “Durham-style”. It’s a thin crust tossed by hand, that somehow manages to be perfectly crunchy and fluffy at the same time. Featuring a more eclectic, interesting, and seasonal touch to traditional pie offerings, Pie Pushers is not only delicious, but frequently locally sourced with ingredients from local farmers and artisans.

Other restaurants you can look forward to at The Streetery include:

  • allday @ Unscripted
  • Annexe
  • Bar Virgile
  • Bulldega Urban Market
  • COPA
  • The Counting House @ 21c
  • Dos Perros
  • Jack Tar & The Colonel’s Daughter
  • Jeddah’s Tearoom
  • Luna Rotisserie & Empanadas
  • M Tempura
  • Neomonde
  • The Pinhook
  • Pompieri Pizza
  • Pour Taproom
  • Simons Says Dip This

You’ll be able to shop at:

The Zen Succulent

A contemporary terrarium and plant craft company located in Durham and owned by Margaret and Megan George. Their living landscape designs are a modern spin on classic terrariums, inspired by natural environments, their passion for urban gardening, and their love of vibrance.

Loaf

A bakery that specializes in hearth-baked sourdough breads and pastries, located in the center of downtown Durham. What began as a pastime to share with friends and neighbors in a backyard brick oven rapidly evolved to a stand at the Downtown Durham Farmers’ Market, and then to a brick and mortar business in 2011. Loaf has grown throughout the years, partnering with local growers and producers to bring you as many seasonal delicacies as possible from right here in the NC Triangle.

Seven Stars Cycles

Maintenance, repairs, and improvements to your present bicycle are the emphasis of this mechanic-owned and run business. They also manufacture and sell a wide range of new commuter, utility, and transportation bicycles and accessories. You’ll spot this brick and mortar business on historic Black Wall Street in downtown Durham.

Other shopping opportunities include:

  • Bull City Burger & Brewery
  • Bulldega Urban Market
  • Carolina Soul Records
  • Chet Miller
  • Dolly’s Vintage
  • Jeddah’s Tearoom
  • Main Street Pharmacy
  • Peter’s Design Works
  • PS118 Gallery

Shows and events:

You can even look forward to performances by some of the area’s most talented artists.

The Streetery’s July 24th event included a 12:30-2:30 p.m. show by Multi-Instrumentalist Alex Weiss, known as @lmsongs on Facebook. A 3:30-5:50 p.m. show by Singer and Guitarist Allie Capo, known as @allie_capo on Instagram. And a 6-8 p.m. show by singer and Guitarist Maxine Eloi, known as @maxlovesun on Instagram.

Locations and dates of both past and upcoming events include:

Main & Parrish on July 24th, 2021

American Tobacco on August 14th, 2021

Golden Belt on August 28th, 2021

Van Alen on September 11th, 2021

Rain Date on September 25th, 2021

Geer Street on October 9th, 2021

Rain Date on October 23, 2021

The time of the event is always 12 pm to 9 pm unless otherwise stated on their website.

To learn more about The Streetery, click here.

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Cierra Smith | Editor

Raleigh-born writer passionate about cultural awareness and social change. You’ll typically find me somewhere studying a language, writing, or doing pilates. Consider me a health-conscious foodie with an interest in all diets and lifestyles.

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