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Choose from Four Options
- $49 for $100 worth of contemporary Italian dinner cuisine for two Friday–Sunday
- $49 for $110 worth of contemporary Italian dinner cuisine for two Monday–Thursday
- $98 for $200 worth of contemporary Italian dinner cuisine for four Friday–Sunday
- $98 for $220 worth of contemporary Italian dinner cuisine for four Monday–Thursday
Roasted-beet salads with local goat cheese ($9) can precede entree-sized portions of tagliatelle pasta with wild boar and horseradish ($21) or pan-roasted pork chops ($24) with mascarpone-whipped polenta. See the full menu.
604 at West Village
Towering brick walls reach up to the exposed wooden rafters and modern, spherical chandeliers hang from 604 at West Village's high ceilings. Beneath this rustic, yet refined decor, plates of contemporary Italian dishes travel to tables, loaded with locally sourced produce, wild boar from Broken Arrow Ranch, and housemade pastas. Every day, chefs incorporate new ingredients from the Durham Farmers' Market into their risotto and craft the pasta primavera exclusively from fresh, seasonal vegetables. During warmer months, the restaurant hosts live jazz performances on its outdoor patio, allowing diners to enjoy the music and eat with silverware made from smelted saxophones.
Sharing the location, but offering a more casual dining environment, The Pizzeria serves oven-crisped pies alongside a similar selection of refined entrees with locally sourced ingredients. Although the chefs are equally comfortable with tossing thin-crust, new york style pizzas by hand and sculpting thicker, sicilian-style pizzas, their signature creation is the Grandma pan pizza with garlic- and basil-spiked tomato sauce. Although The Pizzeria's dining room shares the same brick walls as 604 at West Village, it creates a more lounge-like feel by lining them with neon beer signs and vintage posters advertising low-definition TVs.