I am so excited about this new storefront for Downtown Raleigh cold-pressed juice shop, Cold off the Press – partly because it’s on my drive into the office (yay for good breakfast options that aren’t fast food!) and partly because it is at the forefront of one of the newer areas of Downtown Raleigh revitalization.
A Place at the Table has just announced its grand opening in downtown Raleigh January 8, 2018. This pay-what-you-can nonprofit cafe’s mission is to provide community and healthy food for all regardless of means.
Slated to open this fall, Morgan Street Food Hall & Market has announced two more new culinary concepts to its roster of unique dining offerings – Curry in a Hurry and Iyla’s Southern Kitchen.
The new restaurant is expected to begin renovations soon and will open in the fall of 2017. A Place at the Table will be located at 300 W Hargett Street and will offer a laid-back, coffee shop atmosphere with an extensive menu. The new location will serve waffles, a variety of toasts and sandwiches, and creative coffee drinks. All food and beverages will be pay-what-you-can.
Who’s coming to the Morgan Street Food Hall? Hibernian Hospitality Group shares their initial vendor line-up for the summer 2017 opening.
The family behind Bocci Italian Trattoria and Pizzeria opens their third Triangle-area location – the latest on Hillsborough Street. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner and includes a Jimmy V-themed private dining room.