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Durham Food Hall

Food halls are perfect for large groups and people with different tastes, and Durham Food Hall is no exception. The half a dozen stalls have you covered for something at any hour, beginning with Old North Meats’ $5 breakfast sandwich, which you should definitely add pastrami to. Lunchtime belongs to Ex-Voto, specifically the hearty crunch wraps packed with roasted chicken thighs and chipotle crema. Grab a wood-fired pizza from Napoli for dinner, especially if you’re in a hurry, and stick around for a drink at Auctioneer Bar. Consider ordering your food to go and enjoying it in the nearby Durham Central Park.

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