Raleigh is undergoing a new business boom! Check out the best new openings of 2018 and get acquainted with the most buzzworthy spots to come!
Now open in the AC Hotel in Raleigh's North Hills area, CO offers an exciting menu offering a modern take on traditional Southeast Asian & Vietnamese cuisine including pho, banh mi and sushi.
Midtown Yoga Raleigh is now open! Your new spot for hot flow, strength conditioning, meditation & more. Check out opening specials like founding member pricing and free classes.
New York Bagel Café & Deli in downtown Raleigh is ready to fuel your hustle with fresh baked bagels, delicious sandwiches and house-made salads. Don't forget to try their coffee and fruit smoothies!
Father and Son just made a big move from its longtime home on Hargett to a new spot in the Warehouse District. Still your best bet for an afternoon of browsing vintage finds.
Get ready for delicious, authentic ramen made from scratch at Tonbo Ramen, downtown Raleigh's newest noodle shop. The two-story restaurant also features a Japanese speakeasy-style bar.
Growler USA is bringing craft beer, great pub food plus 100+ taps to their newest location on Blount St. in downtown Raleigh.
Two NC bros are bringing crazy smashed waffles to Hillsborough St. The menu is made up of waffle-wiches, candy covered waffles and ice cream waffle-wiches. Sugar coma here we come!
From lunch to late night, satisfy your cravings at The Pizza Times, a walk-up window dishin' out full pies and by the slice. This new edition comes from DTR faves The Raleigh Times and Morning Times.
Located in the former Café de los Muertos space, A Place at the Table's pay-what-you-can cafe offers a laid-back, coffee shop atmosphere with breakfast and lunch menus. It tastes so good to give back!
The Alamo Drafthouse is serious about offering the best films, food and drinks all in one seat! Now the team that started it all in Austin, Texas is bringing the popular cinema experience to Raleigh!
Rumor has it that a new Asian specialty restaurant called Kaiju Bowl and Bao will pop-up on the downtown Raleigh food scene soon! Get ready for "Slurp Sunday" and "Monday Bunday"!
A huge food hall is coming to downtown Raleigh. Think 22,000 sq.ft dedicated to amazing local food ventures. You can mix up your meal between spots, shop local food vendors and hang on a pretty patio. Expected to open at the end of May.
Transfer Co. will bring a bustling food hall to a once abandoned building five minutes from Fayetteville St. Expect it to be filled with local food vendors, plus space for you to sit and enjoy!
Raleigh will be the first city in North Carolina to experience Wahlburgers and their menu of burgers, frappes and floats. Opening soon in downtown Raleigh along Fayetteville Street.
City Market Sushi is opening a new Korean spot in the former more. kitchen & wine bar spot on N. West Street. Details are limited now, but Seoul 116 is expected to open sometime this spring.
Your favorite juice shop, smoothie stop and healthy lunch option is expanding to North Hills. You'll find the new shop on the street level of Park Central Raleigh apartments 2018.
Put your thinking cap on and test your brainpower with over 60 different mind-boggling 3-D puzzles, mazes and full-body games at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences' latest brainy exhibit.