Bull Street has expanded far beyond its birth as an upscale neighborhood corner market on, you guessed it, Bull Street. Keeping the name of its original location, the gourmet grocery-slash-restaurant now graces lower King and upper Meeting (with a store in Durham, N.C. to boot). An excellent spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, the eatery boasts daily soups, fresh baked goods, charcuterie and cheese plates, fresh and creative sandwiches, salads, burgers, and daily specials. Their micro- and macro-brewed beer selection is killer, as is their wall of fine wine, if you’re looking for something special to take home with you. Stock up on local favorites such as Rio Bertolini’s fresh pasta, Holy Smoke’s smoked olive oil, and Jack Rudy or Bittermilk small batch tonics. Bull Street has both your pantry and your tummy covered. —Allston McCrady Dish (Winter 2015)
Domestic and imported deli meats, artisan cheeses, housemade prepared food including a variety of Bull Street products. Selection of small brewery beers and more than 500 hand-selected wines featuring a variety of old and new vintages.
Bull Street Gourmet is moving to King Street, but they're keeping their original location — and their name. The gourmet corner store has earned a devoted following over the years thanks to fresh salads and sandwiches and a well-honed wine selection.