Watts Grocery

Row 1

1116 Broad St (W Club Blvd)
Durham, NC 27705
(919) 416-5040
Southern / Soul
$ $ $
Tue–Fri: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • .mos def..hushpuppies with Basil Mayo! Can't wait for Saturday brunch...
  • Amy Tonquist, chef and owner of this New York Times-recognized restaurant, serves only local food with fresh ingredients. Try the braised rabbit.
  • Surprisingly inexpensive (and delicious, of course) for brunch. Long lines - get there early or make reservations, or sit by the bar.
  • Be ready to wait & ignored.
  • The Pecan crusted Grouper is served over warm cabbage and bacon slaw topped with a butternut squash relish.
  • watermelon salad rox. Make sure you hang with Laurabelle - the best bartender in town.
  • Food was underwhelming and the bloody mary's have too much horseradish.
  • Go to Watts Grocery. Everyone knows about the hush puppies. Don't pass on the deviled eggs either.
  • Try the grilled chicken pear salad. Yum!
  • The grits bowl, all the way, is awesome.
  • Try the Triggerfish with white bean stew, wilted Swiss chard and roasted broccoli.
  • This delightful local favorite is one of the first places I take out-of-towners. It embodies the fresh, locavore vibe that Durham prides itself on and serves up delicious nouveau Southern cuisine.
  • You're at the right place
  • Love this place for dinner. Brunch is a different issue. Rude wait staff, indifferent front of house, mediocre food. Disappointing experience in Durham for brunch.
  • The hush puppies are amazing!
  • if you're here for brunch, the andoille sausage eggs benedict is unbelievable
  • The french toast is amazing
  • The duck breast with collards and sweet potato pure was divine. Clientele is a little old though.
  • Lunch options not very varied or healthy. Food tastes good though!
  • Great for brunch