Thank you for your interest in dining with us. At this time, our dining room remains closed to the public, but we are happy to welcome guests to our outdoor patio dining. Please check out our procedures and rules for dining on the patio below. We appreciate your support and your help in keeping our guests and employees safe at this time by following these rules. We pledge to do our best to keep you safe. We ask you to pledge to keep us safe. Thank you again.
Large Parties: At this time we are not able to accommodate large parties or birthday parties, especially parties with young children. We will miss seeing parties on the patio, but we have to keep distances for all of our guests.
Please remember seating is limited
Do you have a mask?
Masks are required for dining on the patio and to enter the building to use the bathrooms. It must be worn over your nose and mouth please until food or drinks arrive.
Step 1: Find a table with a green card and have a seat. It's now your table. Please don't stand in line without a green table card.
You must have a table before you can order, the green card indicates that the table is sanitized and available.
Step 2: Check out the menu by scanning the QR code on your table. You can order from both of our restaurants and sit anywhere on our patios.
Please decide before you get to the window.
Step 3: Order at the window.
It's on the side of the Pompieri Pizza building, even if you want burgers, please order at Pompieri.
Step 4: WEAR YOUR MASK.
Please keep your mask on while you wait for your order, when you use the restrooms, and any time you are not seated at your table. We take this seriously. Thank you.
Step 5: Please buss your own table.
All plates, napkins, sauce cups, drink cups, straws, utensils, etc. go in the same bin. We are not supposed to touch stuff the best we can.
Note: Please understand that during busy times we need every table available.
While we certainly want you to enjoy your experience with us during COVID, we have just 14 tables for two restaurants. We simply cannot afford people to leisurely linger after dinner. We regret to even have to say this but these are desperate times.
Durham has plenty of street parking with meters and an app for using them, plus four city parking lots within a block or less. Parking is free after 7 PM and all weekend. Otherwise just $1.50–2.00 per hour in the city lots and streets.