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Pocho cuisine is not a gimmick. Like Oscar, it’s a little bull-headed, but with no bullshit. It means more than loaded terms like “New American” or “modern Mexican.” And it’s authentic to Chef’s personal experience.
“American food is undefined. But it’s been designated to certain ideas and people. It’s actually evolving, as much as our landscape is a melting pot. As much as my own identity as a first-generation American and chef.”
Pocho started as a term used by people in Mexico to poke fun at the “American” kids who speak Spanglish. At Little Bull, pocho cuisine showcases the evolution of being a chef in America, inspired by every immigrant and their growing influence on our food.
Our warm atmosphere and kind servers make you feel comfortable upon entering and that is only where it begins. We look forward to serving you. Prevecho!
Extensive Spanish Wine list
Start out your meal at Metro 8 with an appetizer such as the crab stuffed shrimp or the empanadas. Choose from dinner entrées like the filet mignon or the lamb chops. For the vegetarians in the group, try items like the fettucine porcine or the Caesar salad.
From our ever-so-tempting appetizers to the last irresistible morsel of our homemade desserts, every meal at the Fairview is executed with discriminating taste and renowned attention to detail. The Inn's extensive wine list, recognized annually by the Wine Spectator Magazine, assures the perfect wine compliment for your meal. Exquisite food, impeccable presentation, attentive service, and a cordial, elegant ambiance make the Fairview the area's restaurant of choice.
Featured in the October 2019 edition of News & Observer and received a 4 out of 5 star rating. It has been consistently voted as one of the Top 10 Ethnic restaurants and has also been recognized as the Best Indian Restaurant in the Triangle for 2019, 2020 and 2021.
A family operated - Mediterranean Bistro serving a fresh & local ingredient inspired menu.
The Papanikas family first opened the doors at this location in 1994 under the name Papas Grille, a fine dining Greek and Mediterranean restaurant. With “Papa” and Sam in the kitchen and Angelika, Chris & Yianni running the front of the house, Papas Grille turned into one of the finest and well-respected restaurants in the Durham food scene. After eighteen successful years as Papas Grille, it was time for a makeover and with that came a new brand as well. The reconstruction took place in 2012 in which the changes brought a more casual setting and modern feel. With “Papa” retiring during the changeover, Sam took over the realms in the kitchen fine-tuning his craft which is highly focused on quality ingredients and consistent execution. The front of the house continues to be overseen by Angelika and Yianni.
- JDJohnDvipRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoThe food was delicious and the service was outstanding! We will be definitely returning soon!More infoCucciolo Osteria Durham$$$$Price: Expensive• Italian• Durham•4.8
- MPMichellePRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoScottie was an incredibly attentive and patient server. Fried oysters were the star of our findings, peel and eat shrimp as well as the key lime pie. We would visit again to give more main dishes a better chance. Wanted to love the shrimp and grits... salad was mediocre. Gnocchi got a thumbs up. Presentation overall was beautiful, ambiance was great, drinks were delicious. We look forward to next visit. Thanks again!More infoSeraphine$$$$Price: Moderate• Creole / Cajun / Southern• Durham•4.8
- PBPenniBvipRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •2 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoExcellent venue and location. Food was delicious and the location could not be better. Our waiter, Chris, was wonderful!More infoNanaSteak$$$$Price: Expensive• Steakhouse• Durham•4.7
- GKGK12650Utah •40 reviews4.0Dined 4 days agoVery good service and food was very good. Mushroom empanadas and patatas bravas were the best.More infoTaberna Tapas$$$$Price: Moderate• Tapas / Small Plates• Durham•4.8
- JBJulietBNew York City •1 review5.0Dined on Feb 13, 2024Food was great! Drinks were interesting but still delicious, server was great though she didn’t tell us her name. Some items on the menu were not worth the price such as the meat plate costing $50 wasn’t really worth it. Though all of what we ate was delicious prices are a little too much.More infoM Pocha$$$$Price: Moderate• Asian• Durham•4.8
Famished diners are in the right place when they’re in Durham. Chefs here do soul food like no one else, and local farms have plenty of fresh ingredients to work with. For barbecue, pork rules in these parts. The crackly exterior is smothered in tangy vinegar-and-ketchup sauce that begs you to dip a steaming hunk of cornbread into it. If you’ve never had mac and cheese that was baked in a dirty skillet, you haven’t lived, and who knew that it was a vegetable? Everything from collard greens with shrimp and grits to fried catfish is splashed with Texas Pete hot sauce, a local invention. Just don’t embarrass yourself by ordering a Coke in the home state of Pepsi or ask why there’s a dish of pimiento cheese on every table.
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