Quench Your Thirst with a Durhamite from Geer Street Garden
Today, 11:30a - 10:00p
The Durhamite might be the best way to savor the summer in Durham. It's an Arnold Palmer with a twist, and a hole-in-one for cocktail lovers.
A hot summer day will leave you parched, and Geer Street Garden knows just how to quench your thirst. Enter the Durhamite—an $8 cocktail that contains a mixture of black tea, lemonade, and vodka. It's similar to an Arnold Palmer with alcohol and black tea substituted for iced tea. The black tea adds a little grit and spunk to the cocktail, a subtle ode to Durham's true nature. We recommend enjoying this drink on their patio.
About Geer Street Garden:
Just up Foster St. from the farmer's market across the street from Central Park School for Children you’ll find Geer St. Garden, a hipster haven with a laid-back, tiny indoors and a fantastic patio outdoors. Covered and heated in the winter, the patio is unveiled as the summer months approach and offers patrons the best outside seating in town, hands down. Sporting picnic-style seating, cozy lighting, and plenty of nature, this place does indeed make you feel you are in a garden. Picnic-style seating means you'll end up sitting with some strangers, but a few drinks can lead to great new friends.
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Geer Street Garden
644 Foster St
Durham, NC 27701
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