I guess you are paying for the stellar location and unique options, but this seemed a bit pricey for gastropub-style food. Great spot for a date, especially in nice weather!
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I have been several times. Great service, Excellent choices of draft beers and the best Reuben I have had since moving to North Carolina 17 years ago. Waiter said that is house made corned beef and house made sauerkraut. It was delicious and great atmosphere...More
This restaurant came highly recommended, and I can understand why. The atmosphere was casual and seemed to be a comfortable gathering spot for regulars, both inside and on an outdoor heated porch. Also, there were many vegetarian options that were said to be very good....More
My husband and I have been visiting Durham for a month. This restaurant is a short walk from where we are staying. We've enjoy lunches at Geer St. Garden 3 times. Not a single so-so meal yet. Today we both ordered the special of the...More
Recently tried this place again, and I want to love it. Unfortunately, I never quite do. The service was better this time than it was in the past, when I tried it previously. The food was reasonably good, but certainly not great. Tried the chicken...More
After 10 hours of driving and a three story apartment walk-up move-in, this was the perfect place to relax, eat a very tasty meal and enjoy a craft beer in a very comfortable friendly environment with very efficient service.
We've been coming to Geer St Garden for a while now (food is always delicious), but the last two times we've been the service from the waiter has been awful. Very inattentive, slow, and had to ask for our checks each time. Also, during our...More
An interesting restaurant in what used to be a gas station. We found it to be very noisy though, however we were greeted and seated promptly. Our server was polite and friendly. We had some fish tacos and they were excellent! My wife had the...More
Delicious sangria was an unexpected twist. Also a lot of yummy local beer options. All the food is southern inspired (mmm haystacks!!) and not the healthiest maybe, but a more refined and upscale way to enjoy southern food.