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Rosewater opens today in North Hills, the first in Raleigh from a celebrated Triangle restauranteur


A “transporting oasis” of a bistro opens today in North Hills.

Rosewater Kitchen & Bar is from noted restaurateur Giorgios Bakatsias and it’s the first for The Giorgios Hospitality Group in Raleigh.

Other restaurants by the group in Chapel Hill and Durham include ParizadeVin Rouge and Bin 54, INDY Week says

The vibe: Described as a “lush and romantic,” Rosewater’s aesthetic includes flowering plants and a trellis, rose-gold light fixtures in a “European style neighborhood bistro.” 

The 110-seat restaurant includes a garden room, a dining room, bar and outdoor patio. 

Where to find it and when to go: Rosewater is at 110 Park at North Hills and is now serving dinner Monday through Saturday and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays (10 a.m.-3 p.m.). The release said they’ll eventually open for breakfast and lunch.

What to get: The menu includes rotisserie and seafood options as well as vegan and gluten-free offerings. There’s an emphasis on local and seasonal, including Union Special bread pastries at brunch. 

The dinner menu includes a generous variety of shared plates, including this carrot harissa hummus. 

See the full menu & more | Photos from Shannon Kelly 




Now Open: A BBQ food truck with a give-back mission 
 
A new BBQ food truck that officially opened Monday has a bigger purpose than just good food.

When you get a food truck meal at Also With ‘Cue, they feed BBQ sandwiches to people experiencing food insecurity.

And Also With 'Cue is set up 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday in Downtown Raleigh at the corner of Edenton & McDowell streets in the parking lot of First Baptist Church Raleigh (pro tip: you can park there if you’re not walking).

Some of the menu items include a pulled pork sandwich, ribs, wings, pimento cheese sandwiches and aged cheddar biscuits, plus southern sides like BBQ beans, Mac n' cheese and slaw.

How it works: For every plate purchased, a meal goes to someone in need, working with First Baptist's clothing closet and community partners.

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See artists' ofrendas at Oakwood Cemetery

Ofrendas, or offerings to loved ones who have passed, is a Mexican tradition that's part of the Day of the Dead.

Just inside the entrance to the Historic Oakwood Cemetery, you can see local artists' interpretations on subjects of love, loss and resilience. It's free and open to the public.

"All people are welcome to participate in the community shared altar & leave offerings of special meaning," the Raleigh Arts page says.

The artists: Angela Lombardi, Chance Murray, Renzo Ortega, Harriet Hoover, Chad Smith, Linette & Victor Knight, André Leon Gray and Angela Salamanca.

The displays close on Saturday with a candlelight event from 7-8 p.m.
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Glenwood South just got its new favorite dive bar. Johnson Street Yacht Club is a neighborhood bar from the folks behind Bittersweet and Raleigh Provisions, Offline says. Look for patron-centric programming, including a Bachelor-watching night, and try a Bloody Mary on Sunday.

Southeast Raleigh Promise started a new program for the earliest learners. The Early Learning and Kindergarten Readiness Pilot Program helps kids from birth to age 5 in Southeast Raleigh thrive by providing early learning centers with tools and resources.

The Nutty Bavarian is the first to open in a pop-up program from the Downtown Raleigh Alliance and Wake Tech. The partnership, OPN on Martin, provides space and business development support for tenants, who are women- and minority-owned businesses. The Nutty Bavarian, which sells roasted nuts and gift baskets, opened this weekend at 17 E. Martin Street.

The NC Courage soccer team is league champs -- again! -- in front of a sold-out, record-breaking crowd at WakeMed stadium in Cary. [read more]

Mayor Nancy McFarlane will deliver her last State of the City address as mayor on Friday night at Raleigh Union Station. It's First Friday and there will be art, performances and food trucks 6-9 p.m., with the State of the City address at 7:30 p.m.

Rent prices are rising, and although many multifamily apartment projects are under construction, experts say it's not enough. The News & Observer reports that rent is rising at a faster rate than expected. Although 4,500 units are being built per year, an official with the Triangle Apartment Association says that number should be closer to 7,500 to keep up with demand. [read more]
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