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Agritourism

Durham's food scene is nationally lauded, and much of that praise centers on the local-driven farm-to-table movements. In other words, if you want to get to the root of Durham's food, you need to go to the farms. That's what agritourism is: a way to let visitors tour and engage with agriculturally focused sites and activities.

From touring farms to seeing how local crops are grown, to seeing how those fresh ingredients are brewed into one-of-a-kind beers, to enjoying a meal made from local ingredients, the following places all offer something special for an agritourist.

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Bull City Burger and Brewery

Bull City Burger and Brewery is a locally owned, independent restaurant and craft brewery. The restaurant is very much farm-to-fork, working closely with North Carolina farmers supplying beef (with …

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Dos Perros

Dos Perros serves truly authentic and beautiful Mexican cuisine in a casual, yet elegant environment. In Downtown Durham, blocks from the Durham Performing Arts Center and the Carolina Theatre, Dos …

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Foster's Market

According to Country Home, "owner of the beloved Foster's Market Sara Foster has built a reputation with her special brand of homey, delicious food." That brand found its origins when Foster honed …

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Geer Street Garden

When the Boston Globe visited Geer Street Garden, they said, "Owner Andy Magowan transformed a dilapidated brick building and onetime gas station into a hopping dining and drinking spot. Favorites …

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Guglhupf Café & Biergarten

Featured in The New York Times, Cooking Light, and the Food Network, Guglhupf is an innovative restaurant where local and seasonal ingredients are prepared with a contemporary southern German twist. …

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Locopops

Founded in 2005, Locopops serves a wide variety of popsicles in inventive and unique flavors, including everything from mango-chili and tamarind to honeydew-lavender and chocolate-rosemary. Food & …

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Mad Hatter Bakeshop and Cafe

The Mad Hatter serves fresh, homemade cuisine made from local, organic ingredients. Their café offerings include an all-day breakfast menu, sandwiches, salads, and specialties like fish tacos. On the …

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Mateo Bar de Tapas

Opened by chef Matthew Kelly, who is also the executive chef at French bistro Vin Rouge, Mateo Bar de Tapas is a James Beard-nominated restaurant that blends Spanish flavors with traditional Southern …

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Monuts Donuts

Another of Durham's food scene that moved from a mobile operation to a brick-and-mortar location, Monuts started selling its craft donuts from a custom tricycle. Now their constantly changing flavors …

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Parker and Otis

This Brightleaf District favorite is a restaurant and gift shop that offers breakfast and lunch, specialty foods, cheese, wine, candy, housewares, children's toys and games, cards, and more. It's …

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