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Triangle restaurant news (Feb. 21, 2014)

Posted February 21, 2014

Another Broken Egg is coming to North Hills in 2014.

— We just got word that Tazza Kitchen will be opening its doors next week in Cameron Village. This Baja meets Mediterranean restaurant opens Tuesday for dinner in the spot formerly occupied by Cafe Caturra.

Players Retreat on Hillsborough Street in Raleigh has opened a second location at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course clubhouse at N.C. State, according to their Facebook page. 

Another Broken Egg will be opening its North Hills location in Raleigh on March 3, the News and Observer reports. They are located on the same side as Harris Teeter, Sparians and Chuy's. 

A soda and retro candy shop is open. Rocket Fizz, located by the Trader Joe's on Kildaire Farm Road, carries more than 300 glass bottles of soda. Their grand opening celebration is March 1.

Raleigh nightclub 606 Lounge closed this week. The bar on Glenwood Avenue had been in operation since 2009. 

Welcome to Moe's at American Tobacco Campus. The southwest grill opened its newest Triangle location at the Diamond View III complex on Thursday. This is the first Triangle area Moe's to serve breakfast, offer bicycle delivery within a one-mile radius and serve draft beer at lunch and dinner. They are also offering DPAC and Durham Bulls ticket holders a free side of queso if they bring their ticket on the day of the event. Ed Mitchell's Que is expected to open in the same building next month.

Salt and Lime Cabo in north Raleigh is now serving lunch. They were previously just open for dinner service. Can't wait to check out their menu. They are located in the old Amedeo's North location off Falls of Neuse Road. 

Another place that has started serving lunch is LaPlace Louisiana Cookery in Hillsborough. They opened last week for dinner-only but now their lunch menu is up. I can't wait to try out their Etouffee fries, which are covered in crawfish etouffee. YUUUUM 

The new Bass Pro Shop in Cary has opened its doors! They had a slight delay last week due to the snow. Their hours are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays. 


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  • Not Now Feb 21, 2014

    Pardon my ignorance; Bass Pro Shop is a restaurant? I've been to the one in Concord once, but I don't remember seeing food other than your standard bagged pork rinds/candy selection...

  • Joseph Smith Feb 21, 2014
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    Amedeos North closed 3 years ago.

  • StaggerLee Feb 21, 2014

    Has Amedeo's North closed, or did they just relocate?