Tom Ferguson, the owner of Rise Biscuit and Donuts, is looking to partner to open a new, quick-service pasta restaurant.
Ferguson’s partner in opening the new eatery is Seth Kingsbury, the owner of the Chapel Hill’s Italian eatery Pazzo. It will be called The Rollout.
The neighborhood restaurant Oval Park Grille opened Thursday in the old Broad Street Café space on Broad Street.
Triangle Restaurant Week has returned. Daily Monday through Sunday, June 8, participating restaurants will offer three-course, price-fixed lunches for $15 or three-course, fixed-price dinners for $20, $25 or $30.
Sub shop on its way, hot yoga open
Openings at U Mall: Planet Fitness is opening a 21,469-square-foot fitness center at University Mall in Chapel Hill, mall officials announced Thursday.
The location is expected to open late this year in one of the spaces created by the expected departure of the mall’s Roses store at the end of June.
Bar Virgile to open downtown: Scott Howell, the founder and co-owner of the fine dining restaurant Nana’s and of the popular eatery NanaTaco, is partnering to open a new bar and eatery downtown at the corner of Main and Mangum streets.
Microsoft Corp. is opening a store at The Streets at Southpoint near Coach, in the spot in the mall that previously housed Brookstone.
New Italian-American eatery The Boot planned: Andy Magowan, the owner of the popular downtown beer garden and eatery Geer Street Garden, is partnering to open a new Italian-American restaurant called The Boot in the Rockwood Center on University Drive.
Wine Authorities, the independently owned wine shop on University Drive, is holding a celebration of rosé wines at its stores in Durham and Raleigh from noon to 3 p.m. on May 17.