G2B Gastropub | Durham, North Carolina
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G2B Gastropub
Currently with 4 ratings
Type: Restaurant

3211 Shannon Rd, Ste 106
Durham, North Carolina United States 27707 [ print map ]
919 251 9451

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Hours: Lunch Tue- Fri 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM; Dinner Tue - Sun 5:00 PM - ?

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G2B Gastropub

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4 reviews for G2B Gastropub
 Ambiance  60%
 Service  68%
 Selection  70%
 Food  68%
 Value  58%
 Overall  70%
 Rating  74%

  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 16/20
jdb288  (85) Robbinsville, New Jersey | July 28, 2014
Nice spot in an unsuspecting location. Don’t miss it in the back of an office park setting. Swanky (if not a bit overbearing) setting with mood lighting, comfy seats, and an open kitchen. Beer selection (which you review on a digital tablet, ahem) is good, varied, and approachable. Knowledgable staff can recommend a decent brew. Prices were high. I don’t mind paying for good food, but some of their courses were expensive for the sake of being expensive. My only minor gripe. I’d like to go back. A nice spot.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 14/20
emacgee  (62) Chapel Hill, North Carolina | December 30, 2012
I’ve been here once, wasn’t crazy about it. Got a ’trying way too hard’ vibe. Uber post modern decor, wasn’t a fan of that. The draught list was nice enough, felt like they were getting their footing. Food was a little on the pricey side IMO and I did not enjoy the steak I got. I’ll probably go back at some point though.
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 4/10   SELECTION 7/15   FOOD 4/10   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 10/20
Leftbob  (6) Durham, North Carolina | October 21, 2012
The location is a bit odd as it is tucked in the rear of a nondescript office building. It is setup much more as a restaurant than a bar/pub. It had a polished high tech decor with very low lighting. So low one could hardly make out what was on tap. The only beer menu was on a computer tablet. and with one at the bar it did not lend it’s self to being something to peruse while enjoying your first. Somewhat odd selection for the taps dominated by local offerings, I like my IPA’s and there was one double and a Belgian.IPA Missing in my mind were any solid craft beers which would have been a welcome addition to the local offerings I had one Foothills Seeing Double and then went to a bottled Bells 2 Hearted served in a VERY tall pilsner glass which seemed odd and uninformed. I like to enjoy the aroma of good IPA The menu was reasonable though price. II only wanted a snack and ended up with some less than stellar oysters. I think I was the only one in the in the place that was alone and everyone else was eating dinner very quietly so it did not have a real bar feel to it all. In the end I was hard pressed to think of a reason I would want to go back .Perhaps I missed the point in not having dinner but the experience with the oysters was not compelling
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 16/20
JCB  (249) Durham, North Carolina | May 29, 2012
Been to this new place a couple of times now. We enjoyed our first visit, and were even more impressed the second time around. The decor is a bit Miami Vice in a certain way, but pleasantly sleek (and considering that most gastropubs default to rustic and woody, kudos for the changeup). Digital menus are a nice touch, since they’re always updated and easy to navigate. Good wine and cocktail list, and a very good selection of beer too. 14 taps that cover a wide range, with an emphasis on local stuff. Seasonals well represented, and there are lots of pilsners and saisons to pair well with the terrific food (and it’s really quite good food, with very helpful and knowledgeable recommendations from staff). 25-30 regular bottles on the list, with an equally solid range. But between the first and second visit they’ve added a reserve bottle list, with some nice cellared brews and bigger bottles like BA Boris, BP Sea Monster, etc. Killer cheese and charcuterie, up and coming beer joint. Check ’em out.

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