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Ninth Street, Durham

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  • Ninth Street is obviously the old heart of Durham. It is a few blocks of shops and unique restaurants. Immediately across Ninth Street is a massive new development of some additional businesses, resta...  more »
  • Ninth Street is a street of varying types of shops, restaurants, coffee shops, and much more. It is just a block away from Duke University's East Campus and caters to them to a degree, but also to eve...  more »
  • We stayed at The Hilton Garden Inn which is within walking distance to the bustling Ninth St. Unique (one of a kind) shops, diverse restaurants, bars and beer gardens. Lots of fun things to experience...  more »
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  • The variety of classes is okay. Mostly a good place for adult beginners. The management could be more friendly to clients. But the tap classes with Whitney are phenomenal.
  • Great experience for two of our young children. The dance classes for youngsters are low-pressure, and more concerned with getting the kids to have fun moving their bodies than prepare them for recitals.
  • Ninth Street Dance is great for anyone who is looking to get back into dance, try a new style, or even start dancing for the first time. The teachers create a very welcoming atmosphere where students feel comfortable learning. As a person who works full time, their schedule is extremely convenient and they have a variety of classes. Also, if you ever have to miss a class, you can make it up in any other style which is a great chance to try something new. Their studios are also air conditioned which is nice, especially in the summer. There are dancers of all ages and experience levels which creates a vibrant community.
  • Great workout, nice people, fun dancing. Only problem is the area. Not safe.
  • Great instructors that are super helpful!