Parker and Otis is, simply put, a magical spot in Durham. I’m keeping this post short and to the point, but if I were to post pictures of P&O, they would be slightly reminiscent of Foster’s Market but with a much wider range of selection of goods, higher ceilings and more natural light streaming in through large windows. Parker and Otis is right around the corner from Brightleaf Square. I highly recommend giving them a try for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Whether you’re a “local” or more of a “cupcake,” Parker and Otis has something for everyone, including their own quirky t-shirts with words like these on them.
Here’s the breakfast I went with: Black Forest ham and asparagus scramble with a side of fruit. Delectable.
It was a gorgeous day to relax at one of their many outdoor tables. The view overlooked the endearing area between Duke’s East campus and downtown Durham. This post is a bit of a tease but I promise you this much: good things come to those who go to Parker and Otis.