Triangle Restaurant News: New barcadium opens in downtown Raleigh
Posted February 20, 2015
Raleigh, N.C. — There are a lot of opening this week, but we start with one big closure.
Ed Mitchell's Que has closed in the American Tobacco Campus in Durham. Mitchell is looking to reopen in a larger space that will provide "adequate catering and private dining," he told the News and Observer. Mitchell said the ATC space only allowed him to cook one-whole hog at a time, which was not enough to meet demands. He also noted the lack of private dining space for corporate events.
Now for some openings:
Level-Up Kitchen and Barcadium has opened for business at 126 S. Salisbury St. It is open daily from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Blue Coffee Cafe opened this week in its new location in the North Mutual Insurance building at 411 W. Chapel Hill St. in Durham. It was previously located on Corcoran Street.
Also in Durham, East Coast Asian Bistro has opened off of NC Highway 55. It serves up lunch and dinner every day but Sunday.
Burger Bach, a New Zealand-inspired gastro-pub and burger restaurant, will open on March 9 on Ninth Street in Durham.
Steak 'n Shake also opened this week in the old KFC location at 5900 Duraleigh Road in Raleigh.
In northwest Raleigh, CaRibb Cuisine & Bar is planning to open at 8111 Rowlock Way in the Cornerstone Shopping Center behind Glenwood Avenue. According to the restaurant's Facebook page, owners are targeting a May or June opening.
Tijuana Flats has opened in the Publix Plaza at High House Road and Davis Drive in Cary, Triangle Business Journal reports. This is the restaurant's third location in Cary.
Also in Cary, Kabab & Grill was looking to open last weekend at 914 Kildaire Farm Road, the N&O reported. It is in the old Atlas Mediterranean spot.
More Cary news: The Ethiopian restaurant Awaz’e has opened in the Reedy Creek Shopping Center, the N&O reports.
In Fuquay-Varina, Camos Brothers Pizza has opened at 2916 N. Main St., Triangle Food Guy reports.