Triangle Restaurant News: Noodle Kitchen opens Monday in Glenwood South
Posted March 6, 2015
Raleigh, N.C. — Pho Pho Pho Noodle Kitchen and Bar opens its doors to the public Monday at 4 p.m., owners told me this week. The restaurant, from the owner of Sushi Blues, is located at 510 Glenwood in the same building as Shucker's Oyster Bar.
El Cerro Mexican Bar and Grill has opened in the Falls Village shopping center in north Raleigh, Triangle Food Guy reports.More Italian restaurant news from TFG. La Cucina Italiana has opened at 110 Flowers Crossroads Way in Clayton.
Burger Bach, a New Zealand-inspired gastro-pub and burger restaurant, is hoping to open on March 23 on Ninth Street in Durham. Owners had originally planned to open next week, but were delayed due to the winter weather the past few weeks.
The Wilmington-based chain, Trolly Stop Hot Dogs, has opened at 306 W. Franklin St. in Chapel Hill. It is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and Thursday through Saturday the closing times shifts to 3 a.m.
Also on Franklin Street, Roots Bakery and Bistro Bar has opened in the old Top This! Cafe spot. According to its Facebook page, they serve up breakfast, lunch and dinner.
CalaVela has expanded its footprint into Carrboro. The empanada and tequila bar, which has its first location on Blount Street in downtown Raleigh, now has a second location at 370 E. Main St.
Guacamaya Fresh Mex (formerly known as Chubby's Tacos) is celebrating the grand opening this week of its newest location in Cary's Stone Creek Village shopping center (101 Ledgestone Way).
In Cary, Tibetan Restaurant is hoping to open any day now at 748 E. Chatham St., the News and Observer reports. The restaurant plans to serve a mix of Chinese and Indo-Chinese cuisine and some Tibetan favorites. The menu will eventually offer more Tibetan items as time goes by.
Also in Cary, Koko's Italian Kitchen has opened at 8306 Chapel Hill Road, Triangle Food Guy reports.
Mesa Fresca Diner in Apex has closed its doors, TFG reports.