The owners have done a nice job of refurbishing an old gas station across from the Durham Co-op into a charming, sunlit eatery. There is an upstairs deck to sit outside to eat and drink on nice, warm days. Both my colleague and I couldn't pass up the house-made pastrami sandwich. I opted for the corn and lima bean salad while she picked the cole slaw. Even though it was very lean, the pastrami was tender although there was no smoke or strong seasoning like true pastrami. I enjoyed it nonetheless. The sandwich also had a sweet beet slaw which contrasted nicely with the tangy whole grain mustard. Wasn't exactly pile high but it was sufficient and proportionate to the $10 price. The sides were the real standouts. The ingredients tasted really fresh. You can tell they care about the quality of ingredients at Grub. I plan to return soon to try more of the menu.