Duke University - Dining/Restaurant Recommendations



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NC_DukeFan
November 30 2008
We go up to Brightleaf Square. We like the Italian place (can't remember the name) and we had breakfast one time around Brightleaf before Duke Tower starting serving breakfast. [View Full Report]
prepre
October 12 2008
n/a [View Full Report]
snowinginc
September 13 2008
Elmo's Diner on 9th st was super! We had the spicy BBQ sandwich, the salmon, and spicy Chiliquiles. All was super and reasonably priced at $27. I could've used that $5 parking fee as a tip!! [View Full Report]
darkknight101
June 15 2008
ANYTHING IS FINE! WHATEVER YOU WISH! [View Full Report]
p_hp_fan
April 09 2008
On Ninth Street: Elmo's, the Mongolian place up the street. [View Full Report]
nmehta4
March 28 2008
We ate at On the Border which is close to Duke. Great food, great restaurants in the area, not a problem. [View Full Report]
blackeyedsusan
March 21 2008
Bullock's Bar B Cue -- a staple of Durham since the 1950's for southern food (fried chicken, brunswick stew, pies, etc.) [View Full Report]
arachnophobia12
August 27 2007
There are several nice restaurants right near campus. [View Full Report]
Amwidkle
March 21 2007
Numerous cafes and coffee shops are dotted throughout campus - any of them would be just fine for a snack. Many eateries are off-campus just like at any other college town. [View Full Report]
Amwidkle
March 21 2007
Numerous cafes and coffee shops are dotted throughout campus - any of them would be just fine for a snack. Many eateries are off-campus just like at any other college town. [View Full Report]
duh
January 27 2007
cosmic (awesome mexican food + super inexpensive + great music playing in the downstair) [View Full Report]
we're_going_down_swinging
November 16 2006
Prospective freshmen should eat at the Marketplace (where all the freshmen eat on East.)It's a great opportunity to talk to students, and you can sample what you'll be eating if you get in! [View Full Report]
wannabazn88
August 08 2006
There are so many great places to eat. First there is ninth street, which has just about everything. There is also Brightleaf Square, which is great, and Fishmonger's, which has amazing seafood [View Full Report]
ssorman2003
August 07 2006
Plenty of on-campus eateries and many off-campus restaurants. you can find pretty much whatever you want. Magnolia Grill is located on 9th street and is widely regarded as one of the best restaurant [View Full Report]
loveduke22
August 05 2006
Many on campus eateries. Student favorites include The Loop, located in the West Union, the Armadillo Grill in the Bryan Center, and Maddhatters' [View Full Report]