Comfort Suites Raleigh Durham Airport/RTP
5219 Page Road
Durham, NC 27703
Phone: (919) 314-1200
Fax: (919) 474-0104
5219 Page Road, Durham, NC, US, 27703
- Phone: (919) 314-1200
- Fax: (919) 474-0104
Bars & Cafes
For a quick, light meal, drop in to Reflect Restaurant and Bar. The restaurant is located inside the gorgeous Cambria Suites. The food served here is light fare and is mostly burgers and sandwiches. The staff is professional and are knowledgeable about the menu. Ask for suggestions on pairings for your burger.
Traditional Irish Pub built in Ireland and brought to Raleigh.
Enjoy food, sports, and fun in a family atmosphere at Carolina Ale House. Be sure to try the "Fish Bowl Margarita" while you watch your favorite team. Other Carolina Ale House locations in Raleigh can be found at 4512 Falls of Neuse Road and 512 Creekside Drive.
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.
A popular after-work pub that serves an array of American pub dishes such as hot fish and chips and good oyster po' boys with eclectic music playing in the background. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch, dinner, and late night dining.
A cute little bakery and restaurant, Guglhupf Café gives you the best of both! The food served here is mostly German, with a blend of the local flavors. This cafe can safely be termed a local favorite, especially for the breakfast/brunch. The place does get a bit crowded, so try and make reservations. The service is excellent. The waitstaff is polite and knowledgeable about the menu. Ask for suggestions and you will not be disappointed.
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.
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.
If you're tired of eating the same dishes/cuisines all the time, then you need to visit G2B Gastro Pub. The food here is innovative and has some real creative touches. The use of seasonal ingredients in most of the food not only enhances the flavor, but also ensures that there is a good rotation of taste and variety. All you beer lovers, this is your calling. G2B has an extensive beer menu with more than 25 bottled beers and over 10 tap beers!
A locally owned brewery and restaurant serving lunch and dinner all week. They offer family-friendly dining with a kid's play area and year-round patio dining. This is a "farm-to-fork" restaurant that uses locally sourced meat and other produce. Nearly everything is made in-house. They also brew their own beer and have up to eight beers on tap that rotate seasonally. An official brewery tour is available at 4 p.m. most every Saturday for those at least 21-years of age. They also feature farmer produced wines from around the world that are served on top from their self-serve wine dispensing system.
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.