1200 West Chapel Hill Street in the
Historic Pauli Murray District.
We believe that Sharing Food Cultivates Community amongst families, neighbors & friends.
We want to create a neighborhood place where this happens frequently and often.
So, we've been renovating an old 1950's Pure Gas Station and turning it into a cool new space. Help show off the strength of your community by submitting a family photo or recipe that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Heck, we may even showcase your recipe in our
New Restaurant GRUB,
set to open May 2017 at
1200 West Chapel Hill Street in Durham, NC!
Submit your family
photo or recipe
below & receive one of our secret family recipes from Wendy's
Tag your images with #grubdurham
for a chance to win something fun!
Stacey Poston and Wendy Woods have lived, worked and thrived in the Durham area for over 20 years. They developed Habitable Space, with the intent of creating place based residences and small commercial projects that support the redevelopment of the urban core of Durham. Their latest building located at 1200 West Chapel Hill Street combines their passion for community with their love and experience in the restaurant industry. GRUB, set to open in 2017, is a full service restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner with catering (at our site or yours) and a rooftop bar. Grub is a meeting place for folks to visit to eat, drink, share and enjoy.
Wendy Woods, a Durham native, has worked in and owned restaurants all of her adult life. In the last 15 years she and business partner and childhood friend Piper Lundsford have opened and successfully operated Piper's in the Park (Triangle Park), NOSH Eclectic Foodstuffs (Duke University), NOSH @ Joe Rae Cafe (Trent Semans Center-Duke Campus), and NOSH Sammiches (All over Durham). Wendy is proud to be apart of the Durham community and is dedicated to offering high-quality, affordable cuisine complimented by quick, friendly service. She is a frequent cross country runner so you may see her zipping by with her new dog Emmiline aka "Speckles".
Stacey Poston, proudly works at the City of Durham and spends her free time tinkering with bricolage art, kayaking about the Southeast and constantly scheming on how to make her community a better, more beautiful place.