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About Page Road Grill
Contemporary American cuisine with a southern twist using locally sourced food whenever possible. Featuring fresh salads, deli sandwiches on house-made bread, burgers, steaks and seafood. Full service bar with twenty beers on tap with an emphasis on micro brews. We also offer signature cocktails and a fine wine list.
Durham, NC 27703
Contemporary American, Comfort Food, Low Country
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm
DINNER Monday - Friday 4pm - 930pm
Saturday 5pm - 930pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer full service catering to your home or business. Box lunches, pick-up and drop off also available. Visit chapelhillrestaurantgroup.com for sample menus and contact information.
Private lot with ample parking and lighting. Entrance/egress off Page Road with additional entrance/egress to service road leading to HWY 54 and Page Road.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining 1: 34 seat private room with picture windows and full audio/video. Private Dining 2: 14 person conference table, picture windows and full audio/video.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Page Road Grill Ratings and Reviews
We were seated promptly. Our server was not very friendly and treated us as such.
Appetizers were ok. Dinner was plain, bland, and not well cooked. I got the pork tenderloin and has zero flavor and was dark pink almost red in the middle. I did not eat it.
My coworker got the roasted chicken. It was a chicken wing on a dallop of potatoes and some cut up vegetables.
Our server saw we didn't eat our dinner. Never asked us if the food was ok....
Food was excellent, although portions were small. This was a "catch-up" dinner with a friend who came to town- it was somewhat difficult to have a good conversation because the part of the restaurant we were in was very noisey.
I got to Page Road Grill for mostly business/customer dinners, but, now that I've moved out here, I can see myself going there on dates with my wife and with friends. Fresh, superior ingredients and interesting offering. Good beer and drinks menu. Service is typically solid. Recommend reservations as typically the seats are taken.
Read the reviews and had never been there. Well worth the trip for this party of 4 that were long overdue for great food, atmosphere & drinks.
Prices were comparable to those in the area of this caliber of restaurant. I had the crab cakes & the dish was PERFECTLY prepared.
This place is a "redo" with my husband & anyone else for that matter-
My co-worker and I went to PRG for lunch earlier this week. We had tried last Friday, but needed reservations, which we made for Tuesday. The staff was very courteous and helpful. We were seated slightly ahead of our reservation time.
My colleague had a burger with bacon and an onion ring. I opted for the crab cakes. Both were very good. In fact, the crab cakes were some of the best I had ever had. I have already recommended PRG to several friends and plan to come back soon.
Made reservation for 8 but had a two extra people attend at different. This may have contributed to the challenges for the server, who forgot several requests and had to be reminded several times. Not an easy job to service 10 people, so I understand. The unfortunate part of this restaurant is noise level. Almost impossible to hold a conversation during lunch.
We went to Page Grill on a Saturday in May when many schools are having graduations, proms, etc. so was pleased to score a table for three. The service was really slow and the server was not attentive, but I imagine that was due to the full dining room. It appeared that the manager was helping get food from the kitchen to the table. That said, I would go again as for me it's all about the food and it was good. A lot of interesting options and things I would like to return and try. A modern twist on Southern classics.
In for graduation, wanted to go to a nice place with the family. Had read the reviews on Page Road , seemed to be the place to go... save your money... extremely disappointed , way overpriced for what you get, small portions and mediocre food. Would not recommend .
Love this place!
Food is very yummy...
Great family restaurant
Great place to have a business lunch too
Food choices are great
Wait staff was friendly
Bathroom decor is cool
Quick response to receiving food
Making reservations highly recommended
Food quality lower than in the past. Brisket had weird flavor and sweet potatoes tasted like old pantry smell. Server was attentive but lacked almost any knowledge of the menu and enunciated so poorly we almost never heard him correctly in one try. Sunroom was cold.
Great food, quick service even during Friday lunch rush. Definitely recommend reservations! I almost always have the salmon plate on a hoppin' johns mix - the fish is always cooked perfectly and served with a light sauce - highly recommend!
After a very positive first time experience, we went back for a second time. Food was as good, if not even better than our first experience. Our waiter, Keith, was very attentive and helpful. The scallops were perfectly prepared and the smoked brisket was awesome. Finished off with some delicious pecan bites and ice cream. We'll be back for sure.
Our friend was in town for business, and we wanted to treat her for dinner -- but out in RTP, where she was staying. The options are a bit limited, but we found Page Road Grill, and it was terrific. Good ambience and delicious food.
I'm a big fan of PRG, but the service slipped several notches at today's lunch. My guest made several special orders (amount of ice, mayo on the side, fries instead of chips) which the waiter botched. He also failed to check on us for an extended period when my guest needed additional condiments, refills, etc. The noise level made it very difficult to talk to a client who called. This was his first visit, and it made my high recommendation of PGR seem ill-founded.
I introduced PRG to a friend who just relocated to Triangle from San Francisco. PRG did not disappoint...great food (he loved your signature shrimp and grits), great service, and awesome bar selection (his Manhattan cocktail on the rocks was perfect) and my usual Basil Hayden straight also perfect (I also love it that bar has my other favorite...Don Julio Tequila). My friend agrees that PRG is a keeper...
OMG, is that smoked butter bean soup to-die-for! I brought a friend to dinner and she absolutely loves PRG too! We kept it simple with soup and salad, both of which were well prepared, nicely presented and very, very tasty. For dessert, we chose the brownie with ice cream and salted caramel and it was outstanding. You will never go wrong at PRG: great service, great food, and a very nice vibe. Highly recommend!
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