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pizzeria toro durham nc


“Toro,” as locals call it, has gained the reputation in the Triangle as one of the top places for wood-fired pizza with culinary twists. Their all-day menu features a mix of fresh ingredients that range from imported Italian specialties to locally-harvested produce and seafood. From their secret-recipe crust to their authentic Italian antipasti offerings, Toro puts thoughtful care into each dish, leaving guests only with plans to return.

m sushi durham nc


Step into this small sushi bar, and you’ll feel like you’ve stumbled upon a best-kept secret nook in New York City. Their menu is dedicated to high-quality seafood (with vegetarian options also available) and includes a full sushi menu, soups, and hot plates. With a rotating menu based on seasonal availability and the offering of an authentic Omakase (chef’s choice) experience, M Sushi offers something for the sushi novices and connoisseurs alike.

mateo bar and tapas durham nc


This first-ever solo venture from chef Matthew Kelly of Vin Rouge offers the tradition of authentic Spanish tapas with an infusion of southern flavor. At lunch, you’ll find Spanish takes on traditional sandwiches like “Jamón y Queso” (ham and cheese) and at dinner, traditional tapas that may include pimento cheese or green tomatoes paired with imported Spanish meats. An expansive list of wines, a rustic bar, and incredible atmosphere completes the experience.



Opened in early 2017 as the first Indian British pub in the Southeast, Viceroy has quickly become a staple for local food lovers. Offering a merger venture of both culture and food, the pub’s decor harks to early 1900s European decadence while aromas of Indian spices waft through the air. Modern sensibilities guide the menu, with vegan and gluten-free options aplenty. With British favorites like Queen's Fries (topped with curry sauce, naturally) to tandoori-prepared Jeera Wings, it’s hard to find a dish that won’t be among your favorites.



Imagine a New York Italian trattoria, with family recipes, excellent wines, and a line to get in the door, and you might be at Mother & Sons. After studying pasta-making in Italy, Chef Josh "Skinny" DeCarolis leads this collaboration with Matthew Kelly and elevates "fatto a mano”—or hand-made pastas—as the centerpiece of the menu. And the restaurant’s name embodies the dining experience: with family-style pastas served up and portraits of past Italian family members dotting the walls, you’ll find yourself lifting your glass to the generations that came before.