Biz-R Coffee House Durham review

Biz-R Coffee House Durham Friday 20th March 2015 was a very strange day for a review, mainly because everyone was completely transfixed by the day’s main event – the big Solar eclipse. We’d been intending to watch from Wharton Park up near the train station, but a last minute change of heart meant we parked […]

Vanilla Mamas Durham Review

Vanilla Mamas Durham This little place was a pleasant surprise. The Durham Food and Drink bus struggled up the bank from the Stonebridge pub up towards Neville’s Cross junction and on the left was a liitle cafe awning that looked interesting. It was a Saturday afternoon, the last day of Winter, and the traffic was […]

Treats Coffee Shop Durham Review

Treats is a nice little place for a cup of coffee and a snack. Treats is about half way up Silver Street on the left hand side on the way up from Millburngate Bridge towards the Market Place. Once again, it’s up a flight of stairs, so maybe a bit daunting if you’re not walking […]

Cafe Continental Durham Review

Cafe Continental Durham “Cafe Continental is a family run cafe / restaurant situated on Elvet Bridge in the centre of Durham City. Occupying two properties dated back to the late 1800s; there is a cafe situated at ground floor level which leads up to a restaurant area arranged in a number of quaint rooms; reflecting […]

Queen’s Head Durham Review

“The Queen’s Head is a nice friendly pub that’s recently been refurbished downstairs in the bar area. In the bar we offer FREE WiFi to all of our guests as well as FREE parking on site. We are in a perfect location of Durham, just 1 mile away from the City centre. The bar provides […]

The Shoes Durham Review

The Shoes, Durham in Gilesgate is one of those pubs where you just don’t know what it’s going to be like inside when you’re outside. It’s on Sunderland Road, on the East side of Durham, just past the fork in the road that takes you to Sherburn Road, on the way to the big Dragonville […]

Durham Food and Drink 2016