Everybody in North Carolina’s Triangle region is talking about the new farm-to-table restaurant in Durham: Piedmont.

Dine on Farm-Grown Meals at Piedmont in Downtown Durham
Source: Piedmont Restaurant.

Managed by Coon Rock Farm owners Richard Holcomb and Jamie DeMent with Chef Ben Adams in the kitchen, this is now one of the best restaurants in Downtown Durham, if not the state.

Located at 401-B2 Foster Street around the corner from the Durham Farmers Market and serving only dinner and brunch, Piedmont is the place to go for those special dates, parties, and corporate affairs.

Chef Adams has taken his love of Piedmont cooking and ingredients and combined it with his passion for serving locally grown and sourced meats, poultry, fish, produce, and dairy products. Each dish on every menu proudly proclaims its origins among the farms dotting the surrounding countryside.

Local craft beers and wines and inventive cocktails using locally made spirits plus house-made bitters, shrubs, and syrups grace the bar and wine menus as well.

It’s doubtful that other restaurants in Downtown Durham offer the high-quality food you’ll find at Piedmont. The rustic, woodsy interior complements Chef Adams creative use of seasonal produce, such as turning a salad into a delectable confection of compressed watermelon, pickled blueberries, kimchee purée, chèvre, basil pistou, and roasted beet dressing.

A chilled sweet corn soup is highlighted with barbecued shrimp, cucumber and corn salad, and Thai basil. Entrees are equally inventive, and the desserts are to die for; do not miss the Sticky Date Cake.

Our apartments across from Duke Hospital are close by lots of great restaurants in Downtown Durham as well as shopping, outdoor activities, and other attractions. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a tour of our community.