Looks like the Raleigh Times, will be expanding this summer. The popular bar located on Hargett Street will have more indoor seating in the location formerly occupied by Brass Grill. Not only will the new addition include rooftop seating over Holly Aiken Stitch, but it will also feature a take-out window.
We made the top ten! Of the 100 metros surveyed, Forbes ranked Raleigh, NC as the fifth best city to raise a family. For the complete list and to see how we ranked in comparison to other cities, check out this article from Yahoo.
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Krave, a new restaurant opening in Glenwood South not only will serve food until 4am on the weekends, but patrons will be able to order menu items via an iPad. The “social media type restaurant” will be opening in the space formerly occupied by Red Room at 510 Glenwood Avenue. Expect Krave to have a soft opening in May. However, the grand opening won’t take place until the first week of June or so.
New homes sales are up 12% in the Triangle and the number of finished, vacant homes is at a 13 year low. For all the details, check out the full report on the Metrostudy website.
This year for her birthday, my friend Vicky invited all of us to Wine and Design. Nestled within the neighborhood of Five Points, Wine and Design is a studio where you can paint your very own masterpiece while enjoying any food or beverages that you brought with you. It was really fun and a great way to kick off Vicky’s birthday celebration. Best of all, we each went home with our own piece of artwork that we painted ourselves.
Since the first of the year, 10 new businesses have opened in downtown Raleigh. These included The Architect Bar and Social Lounge on Hargett Street, The Junction Salon & Bar on West Davie Street and Vault Yoga on Fayetteville Street. For the complete list of businesses that have recently opened or closed down, check out the Triangle Business Journal.