Stopped by for lunch with family. We had really good sandwiches. I’d call them artisan. Next time we’re here visiting we’ll be back.
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I stopped at Parker and Otis for a solo lunch while out looking for art galleries. This establishment is a combination cafe, coffee shop and general store. The ambiance is laid-back. There is a separate coffee shop and cafe. I went to the cafe line,...More
Sitting in the cute, casual cafe part of the store on a Saturday, I’m joined by many others having lunch while chatting or looking at the wine or browsing the books. The music sets a fun lively mood. My Turkey with Pepper Jelly is delicious...More
Parker and Otis is not only a restaurant, but a Durham destination to boot! We had the opportunity to meet our niece there for Sunday Brunch and we were blown away by not only the food, but the fact that you could do all your...More
This is a place I never tire of. You can go there for an early fresh breakfast expertly cooked to order or just get a coffee with a croissant, muffin or scone. Food is consistently excellent every day of the week. There is a wide...More
Love Parker and Otis. This is my second visit to Durham and my son brought us both times to Parker and Otis. This time for lovely lattes and scones. I know he liked it too so I always buy a gift certificate so he can...More
Stopped in for lunch. You order at a counter and sit inside or outside. Your food is delivered. It's in the Brightleaf section, restored old tobacco buildings. The sandwiches are terrific. We both had ham and Swiss panini. Piles of ham and two slices of...More
Last time my husband and I went to Parker and Otis we had their shrimp BLT, chicken salad with apples and bleu cheese, and the summer corn and tomato salad. Everything was amazing. We sat on the outdoor terrace and had a wonderful lunch.
Just the right balance of homey southern comfort and modern charm. (You can get unsweetened seltzer if you want it or pimento spread if that floats your boat).