Friday, March 12, 2010
Friday Fun Food Facts - March 12, 2010
The 32-year-old Chapel Hill institution, Time-Out Restaurant will open a 2nd location near N.C. State University this spring at 3001 Hillsborough St. And yes, it will be adorned in Wolfpack red!...Across town near Duke University, the Enzo's Pizza Company is scheduled to open next week at 2601 Erwin Road in Durham, directly across from campus...Camille's Sidewalk Cafe closed the doors of both its locations a week ago today - a big blow to the Triangle dining experience. Best of luck to Diane, Dina and the entire team at Camille's - we'll miss you!...Speaking of closings, it appears as if Cafe Zen at American Tobacco has closed its doors for good. But there are already rumblings of a new tenant...Rocky Top Hospitality's newest concept has met huge success since opening a few weeks ago, and now Tribeca Tavern is open for lunch in addition to dinner...Breugger's has added two new paninis to their lineup - the Roasted Veggie Melt and the Roast Beef & Veggie Melt. Yummy!...Natty Greene's Pub and Brewing in the Glenwood South area is now open for business, a bit ahead of schedule...Oakwood resident Sheila Sabol Duncan plans to open Pie Bird (serving up sweet and savory pies) in the old Conti's Italian Market location...In Cary's Crossroads Plaza, Jason's Deli will take over the old Pak Mail and Bear Rock spaces. An opening date has not been set....Amedeo's restaurant on Western Blvd. has reopened after an ownership change and remodel...We told you about this several weeks ago, but it is now confirmed that ZPizza has signed a 10-year lease for their 3rd location which will put them in the Bank of America building in downtown Raleigh...And speaking of downtown, Taste of India on Salisbury Street is now back open after being closed for over a month.