We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 mandates and plan to move forward as safely as we can on 3/13/21. We will be sure to provide as much notice as possible should we need to alter our number of attendees. If you have any questions, please email us at
Allison Mease & Sam Kosich

Allison Mease


Sam Kosich

Things to Do


  • Boxcar Bar and Arcade
    • Boxcar offers over 70 arcade games, a full bar including 24 craft American drafts (and featuring a wide variety of local beer, liquor and wine), private event space and a Neapolitan-style pizza kitchen.
  • Dame's Chicken and Waffles
    • Dame’s is where crispy, Southern fried perfection meets deliciously sweet European decadence. Dame’s pairings are world-class, comfort food combinations meant to fulfill your appetite’s and heart’s desires.
  • Tobacco Road Sports Cafe
    • Tobacco Road Sports Cafe offers everything a sports fan could possibly want-and more. Tobacco Road Sports Cafe offers delicious, fresh, local food and all the sports you could ask for!
  • The Littler
    • Located in the original Monuts space, Littler is an intimate 36-seat urban bistro with candlelight and a turntable playing vinyl oldies setting a casually romantic mood.

Local Attractions

  • Sarah P. Duke Gardens
    • Enjoy its 55 acres of specialized gardens in the heart of Duke University. Admission is free, and they are open from 8 a.m. to dusk 365 days a year
  • American Tobacco Historic District
    • For decades, the American Tobacco Campus and the City of Durham were one of the busiest industrial centers in the country, shipping products around the world. The end of the tobacco industry in Durham put the Bull City in a position to re-invent itself. That process got off to a blazing start right here.
  • Durham Bulls Baseball
    • The most recognized name in minor league baseball thanks to the hit movie “Bull Durham,” the Durham Bulls have played a significant role in the development of the Triangle community since 1902. The team plays a 140-game schedule as a member of the International League and the Triple-A Affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Leah Bisch