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All Fired Up - Brixx Wood Fired Pizza Opens in Cameron Village


Brixx restaurant is open for business in the new, mixed-use section of Cameron Village called The Crescent. The ovens are stoked up and Brixx Wood Fired Pizza is serving its signature null brick oven pizzas, salads and more.

For the owners of Brixx, this new location represents a significant investment in the Triangle. Brixx currently operates locations in Raleigh's Brier Creek Shopping Center and Chapel Hill's Meadowmont Village. In addition to the Cameron Village location, Brixx has signed leases in two new developments in Cary Parkside, at Hwy 55 and I-540 and Bradford at High House Road and Davis Drive. The two locations in Cary will open in 2015.

The Cameron Village restaurant hours are 11am to 1am Monday through Saturday and 11am to 11pm on Sunday. Brixx offers  late night specials 7 days a week. Patio dining is a hallmark of Brixx, taking full advantage of the beautiful North Carolina weather.

About Brixx - The first Brixx Wood Fired Pizza opened in 1998 in the historic Dilworth neighborhood in Charlotte. And now with 21 locations in the Southeast, and franchise opportunities for more, operating partner Eric Horsley with managing partners Jeff Van Dyke and Barbara Bodford-Morgan formulated a restaurant that applies fine dining techniques and quality to casual, everyday food. Love of great pizza with a good beer is universal. So the goal was to keep it simple and fun, but add a unique style.

But, how do they stand apart from the competition, big and small? Simple. Just add fire!
Brick ovens enhance the natural flavors of the quality ingredients, giving the pizza that amazing, wood-fired taste. They also bake focaccia bread each day for delectable sandwiches, and where possible, use locally grown greens for fresh salads.

Brixx embraces how inventive they can be with pizza, appealing to a wide range of palates and dietary needs. Offering vegan and vegetarian options, whole wheat crust and gluten-free menu items as well.

Finally, by offering local and national craft beers and microbrews and a great wine selection, Brixx gives you a fresh alternative to "pizza and beer."

 

Brixx Wood Fired Pizza - 402 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, 27605.

Hours: Mon-Sat 11am - 1am, Sunday 11am-11pm. Phone: 919-723-9370. Website.  

 


 
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Cheers! - Common 414

We're all unique, but have something in common with someone. Which is why we tend to gravitate towards things that are familiar. Common 414 is that familiar spot.

Common 414 is downtown Raleigh's newest, liveliest cocktail parlor. With a  roaring twenties atmosphere and decor, Common 414 will bring you back to a time where elegance and opulence reigned supreme. They specialize in craft cocktails, craft beer, and great music! Join them for a swinging evening out on the town where you'll find you have something in Common 414.

The menu grows weekly with new  drink creations. Take note of these concoctions.  

From Dusk til Tequila - Made with Corralejo Reposado and Spicey Jalape˝o

The Nahunta Old Fashioned - Nahunta's smoked bacon, washed with Elijah 12yr served on the rock with Premium Maple Syrup & an Orange Pee. It's one you'll just have to try!

The Old Sport - Made with Elijah Craig 12 yr Bourbon and Crude Ginger Beer

The Reckless Myrtle - Made with Fresh Blackberries and St. Germaine

The Cuke of York - Made with the Fresh cucumber, rosemary and Hendricks Gin.

The Bee's Knees - Made with Madagascar Bourbon vanilla bean and orange infused local honey.

Common 414 is a private club for members and their guests. Becoming a member is easy.
The Annual Membership fee is only $5. Just click here to purchase and follow the instructions.

Membership entitles you and your guests to access to Common 414, plus exclusive members-only events throughout the year. Your membership fees go towards hiring the incredible musicians who play at Common 414.

VIP Booths - Do you have something to celebrate and want the true VIP experience at Common 414? Then make your night special by reserving your own private VIP Booth. Booths can accommodate any size group, and include cocktail service.

Private Parties - Common 414's spacious bar spans 56 feet long and with over 4,300 square feet of space, there's plenty of room to accommodate up to 250 people for your next private event. Consider Common 414 for engagement parties, birthday celebrations, corporate gatherings, cocktail hours and wedding receptions. Contact them to reserve your date.

An Upcoming Event - It's Whiskey Tasting with the Master! Spend an evening with the whiskey expert, Kyle Morgan and enjoy tastings of Jack Daniels Gentleman Jack, Jack Daniels Single Barrel, Woodford Double Oaked. Friday, October 24th at 6pm. $25 ticket.

Common 414 - 414 Fayetteville Street, Downtown Raleigh. Phone: 919-890-0980
Hours: 4:30pm - 2:00am daily. Website.


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Beija-Flor - Best Fitting Jeans...Ever!
On Thursday, September 25, Kathy Moša, the mother of the mother/daughter duo behind the award winning Beija-Flor Jeans, will be at Certain Things Boutique located in Cameron Village to offer personal fittings to their customers.  Refreshments and music will be provided!

Beija-Flor embodies the expressive beauty of Brazil and the vibrant spirit of the American woman. After living in Brazil, the mother and daughter team of Kathy Moša and Emilie Whitaker became inspired by the fluid femininity of Brazilian designs that seemed to celebrate a woman's figure in ways American styles did not.

They returned to the states determined to create a line of jeans that worked with a woman's curves rather than against them. Driven by the desire to help women look and feel their best, Beija Flor Jeans slimming silhouettes and figure-flattering fits are created by women, for women. By fusing innovative technology, desirable comfort and practical luxury, Beija-Flor is redefining denim, one woman at a time.
Certain Things - 404 Daniels St. Cameron Village, Raleigh 27605. Phone: 919-828-5055.
Hours: Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 1-5.

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Contact: Jill Rekuc, Olde Raleigh Real Estate, Phone: 919.389.0555, Email: jill@olderaleighrealestate.com, Website: www.olderaleighrealestate.com. 

  

1.99% Home Equity Line of Credit -Use for Home Improvements, Debt Consolidation, College Tuition and more. Call Stephen J. Waters, III, Personal Banker. 2101 Clark Avenue, Cameron Village Raleigh, NC 27605.     

Email: Stephen.J.Waters@SunTrust.com Phone: 919-755-2401 and 24-hr Client Care: 800-SUNTRUST(786-8787).  

 

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar is partnering with Raleigh Brewing Company for an evening of burgers and beer to benefit the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation, a nonprofit that seeks to empower local leaders, Sept. 29 from 6 - 8:30pm. The event will be held at Bad Daddy's Raleigh location near Seaboard Station.
 
Bad Daddy's chefs will prepare a four-course meal specially designed to pair with four local beers from Raleigh Brewing Company. The dinner will cost $35.  Click here to see the full menu.

   

Jitty's Fall Gift to You... Buy 1 Regular Priced Item and Get the Second Item at 1/2 Price! 4 Days Only! This Tuesday, Sept.23 thru Friday, Sept.26, from 10:00 am till 7:00 pm.
Jitty's: For those of You who want to be On Trend without looking like your Daughter!
Jitty's Boutique: 2014 Cameron Street-2 doors down from Baskin-Robbins in Cameron Village. Phone: 919-839-6161, Hours: Mon - Sat 10-7, Sun 1-5, Website.

Car Wash Service...Call for a Car Wash!   

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I am a High School student athlete looking to pay for my athletics. I have all my supplies and I use professional products. If you don't own a hose, I will bring one. I clean the inside (vacuuming and cleaning all surfaces) and wash the outside. I will come to you. Prices: Cars $25, SUV's $30. Contact: Blaise Waters at tennisboy30@gmail.com or (305)903-1550 (texting is best!) For more info click here.

 

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