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Town Hall Burger and Beer

Posted by DID 27 Mar 2014 3 Comments

This new burger and beer joint popped up near Southpoint a few months ago and we stopped in looking for a quick meal outside of the food court.

Town Hall Burger and Beer isn’t a place I’d want to spent a ton of time – it has a few bar stools but they’re right by the order counter, it has a few TVs but they’re all relatively small and not ideal for game watching and it has a dozen or so tables but none of them really designed for lingering. Town Hall Burger and Beer though is a great spot to grab a quick meal of a solid burger and a quality draft beer.

Town Hall Burger and Beer is serving up a wide variety of specialty burgers, chicken sandwiches, veggie options and the like. They also offer the classic build-your-own

The buns are buttered, the burgers fat and juicy. The chicken sandwich is excellent as is the turkey burger on naan.

Town Hall Burger and Beer is an excellent option for a quick bite when you find yourself in South Durham, near the mall and looking for an escape from the food court, chain restaurants or drive-throughs.

Town Hall Burger and Beer
Suite 120, 7830 N Carolina 751, Durham, NC 27713

 

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  • Div said:

    I guess if the criteria is “better than a food court,” this place gets points, but I went here with a few friends and it was unanimous–none of our food was very good. Everything was either bland or crazy salty, and the burgers get really pricey as you add toppings–I’d say as or more expensive than BCBB. They also charge $.50 each for mayo and mustard!

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  • shaun said:

    I took my family to the states last month as most of our distant relatives going two generations back were Americans, many of them from the East coast. We stopped off here to fill our bellies during our journey down the East Coast after leaving Philadelphia. The food was awesome and when it comes to customer service you Americans put us Brits to shame, I couldn’t believe how cheap it is to eat out or how big the portions were! Also I was surprised by how many of the towns have similar names to our towns in the UK i.e New Castle, Newport or Durham. We’re from a town called Durham I even have my own Durham skip hire company which is named after the town.

    First time I’d visited the states and the people were great. We’re gonna do the west coast next year. Thanks for the delicious food and hospitality guys! Hopefully see you again.

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  • JD said:

    Walked into the restaurant, up to the counter, looked over the menu, and was ready to order. There were 3 staff persons talking with a customer and among themselves. They saw us, but after 2 minutes had not greeted us and did not come over to take our order. That was it for us, we felt unwelcome and left. Incredulous, really. Will not go back.

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