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Anotherthyme prides itself on a combination of artistic entertainment with healthy and equally artistic recipes. Founded in 1982 by Mary Bacon, an artistically-minded Durhamite who also founded Somethyme, Anotherthyme has become a landmark of Durham, hosting numerous artistic, cultural, and political events. The art on the walls, which adds to the casual yet romantic atmosphere of the restaurant, is the work of local artists and rotates on a regular basis, a proud Anotherthyme tradition. A healthy menu centered around fresh fish and vegetables, complete with a thorough wine selection, provides a healthy alternative to chicken and fries. The elegant mahogany bar complete with a bar-side menu has made Anotherthyme a pleasant after-work stop for over 20 years. Anotherthyme is a great dining experience for those with a taste in art looking for a tasty meal.
At first sight, International Delights doesn't stand out in any striking way. Look through the small window off 9th St., and you'll see a small kitchen surrounded by a few wooden booths and tables. Step inside and order from the rich menu of Middle Eastern and Greek cuisine, however, and you'll see why International Delights is a step above the rest. Delicious gyros, kabobs, and shawermah are all cooked in plain sight. With its student-friendly prices and available hookahs, International Delights has become a popular student hang-out spot, and great taste of authentic international cuisine.
Giorgio Bakatsias has done it again with another inspired and brilliant restaurant within the Triangle Area. Spice Street will first amaze you with its large, gorgeous dining space, vast bar, and themed private dining rooms. On the side, there is a small market featuring fresh spices, olives, and teas. Spice Street features some of the best seafood dishes made with only the freshest fish. With American and Mediterranean cuisine complete with an impressive wine selection, Spice Street is a great fine dining experience