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the Cure for what's been missing in your local dining routine

now open for brunch on saturdays & sundays!

 
 

Cure Delicatessen & Cafe is a chef-driven concept specializing in house cured, smoked and roasted meats featured in our unique breakfast and lunch offerings.

 

We feature North Carolina purveyors as often as possible, with all of our meats, poultry, produce, eggs and dairy products locally sourced. Our bread is baked fresh daily by Neomonde Bakery in Morrisville and our coffee is roasted by Joe Van Gogh in Hillsborough.

We make buttermilk biscuits, pastries, doughnuts and desserts from scratch daily, along with homemade soups and a variety of salad choices. Our fresh and innovative side items compliment our New York-style deli offerings with a little bit of Southern charm.

 

Phone

(919) 797-0355


Location

245 East NC Hwy. 54
Suite #105
Durham, NC 27713


Hours

Mon-Fri 7a–5p
Sat & Sun 9a-2:30p

our signature meats

medium-rare roast beef
pepper-cured pastrami
corned beef brisket

maple-cured bacon
fried smoked chicken thighs
pork breakfast sausage

honey-cured shoulder ham
sweet tea brined turkey
smoked salmon “bacon”

 
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brunch now served every weekend

saturdays & sundays, 9am - 2:30pm

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cure is proud to serve joe van gogh coffee & espresso roasted in hillsborough, nc

 
 

we are conveniently located in the southpoint area of durham

 
 
 
 
 
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about

Our Chef & Proprietor Matt Butler has been involved in the local restaurant scene since 2006 when he arrived in the Triangle area. He has worked at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Watt’s Grocery, and most recently, The Great Room at Top of the Hill, which he joined shortly after their opening in 2010.

At Cure, we hope to gain a faithful local following by differentiating ourselves and offering a new and unique experience in our deli and café. We also plan to add catering, football tailgate packages and local office delivery to our menu by fall 2018.

We want to create raving fans and be a positive addition to the vibrant Durham food culture, and we hope to become the Cure for what’s been missing in your local dining routine.