Easily walkable to fascinating history, award winning coffee and fantastic food, Leyland Post has some of the best neighbors imaginable.
Durham Farmer's Market
Open year round in the heart of Central Park, every vendor here farms within 70 miles. Crafts, live music, food trucks, and of course only the best and most tasty organic produce make the Farmer's Market a fixed part of our downtown weekly schedule. Just 2.5 blocks away.
Saltbox Seafood Joint
Accolades abound for the freshest seafood in town - everyone from Saveur Magazine to Garden & Gun agrees that this spot is one of the tastiest dives around. Just a few steps away from Leyland Post, Saltbox Seafood Joint will be one of your most frequented neighborhood locales.
The Original Home of the Durham Bulls
Founded in 1902 as the "Durham Tobacconists", the historic Durham Bulls Stadium was home to our favorite baseball team from 1926-1994. Featured in the iconic film "Bull Durham", the ballpark is now home to North Carolina Central's Eagles. Want to meet Wool E. Bull? The mascot is just one mile South at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Buzzfeed christened the original location of Cocoa Cinnamon "one of the top 24 coffee shops to visit in the US before you die". High praise well deserved as this spot features delicious coffee and baked goods from the area's best ovens. Plus, your latte will even be served in a mug designed by a local potter!
Durham Yoga Company
Get your zen on with a view of Bull City's budding skyline in a Platinum LEED certified space. With beginner and advanced classes in Vinyasa and Ashtanga traditions, a Monday evening class at Durham Yoga isn't complete unless it is followed by a dinner at one of Central Park's casual supper spots like Geer Street Garden or Parts & Labor.
One of Southern Living's 10 Best Breweries and a recent semi-finalist in the James Beard Awards, Fullsteam's mission is to craft beer that "celebrates the farm and food traditions of the American South". We love their giant fan on hot days and their bar quizzes when accompanied by a "Paycheck" pilsner.