Dorian Bolden opened Beyù Caffè in 2009, after working on Wall Street for several years.
Dorian Bolden opened Beyù Caffè in 2009, after working on Wall Street for several years. Courtesy of Beyù Caffè Special to The Herald-Sun
Dorian Bolden opened Beyù Caffè in 2009, after working on Wall Street for several years. Courtesy of Beyù Caffè Special to The Herald-Sun

After nearly a year in its new space, Beyu Caffe has become more rooted and active in Durham

March 21, 2017 6:44 PM

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