Durham is losing six restaurants this month
Durham is losing six restaurants this month.
Triangle Food Guy reported on Friday that The Little Dipper quietly closed its doors. The restaurant opened at 905 W. Main St. in Durham in 2013. The fondue restaurant served cheese fondue, salads and soups and a Sunday brunch. A message on OpenTable.com said the restaurant closed on March 29 and encouraged people to visit them at their original location in Wilmington.
Saint & Co. at 810 9th St. has also closed. The bakery and cafe opened in October and served brick hearth Neapolitan style pizza, fresh baked pastries, breads and sandwiches.
On Monday, The Boot Italian restaurant, located at 2501 University Drive, announced that Friday will be its last day of operation. The Boot opened in 2014.
Tyler’s Taproom at American Tobacco Campus also announced Monday that it would be closing its doors. The restaurant, which opened 14 years ago, will close on April 19.
Mexican restaurant Tonali on Shannon Road also closed its doors this month.
On Monday, Blu Seafood, at 2002 Hillsborough Road, also closed its doors, according to Triangle Food Guy.