July 25, 2016
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Marquee Makeover - H-Street Kitchen Opens August 2 at old Varsity Theater Location

Hillsborough Street Views: The restaurant and entertainment trade across from the North Carolina State campus has certainly seen its share of "Hillsborough Street Blues". However, it is resilient and one closing is another's opportunity.  Exit the Varsity Theater (opened in 1941, closed in the '80's) and enter H-Street Kitchen; a 200-seat casual, full-service restaurant. The new restaurant includes a bar, open kitchen and seating on the first floor, as well as on an 800-square-foot mezzanine and patios above the entrance. It will also offer valet parking to customers after 5 p.m.

From Hillsborough Street to Highway 64: Owned by longtime Raleigh restaurant executive and N.C. State graduate, Gary Bryant, the H-Street Kitchen comfort menu will represent the multicultural corners of North Carolina as well as some menu items that pay homage to iconic NC and Hillsborough Street restaurants. For example, the "Highway 64" burger with Velveeta cheese pays tribute to the burgers served at Johnson's Drive In in Siler City. There is also "Two Brothers Meat Sauce," a nod to the longtime pizza place on Hillsborough Street, served over linguine. Prices will range from about $9 for burgers to about $12-$16 for entrees. There are also appetizers, sandwiches, salads and snacks, including chips, and fried Brussels sprouts.

H-Street Kitchen - Opening August 2: Location: 2420 Hillsborough St., Raleigh; Hours: open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday; Contact: 919-725-1983; WebsiteLike us on Facebook

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Good Libations - Treat Yourself to Something Good This Week

The definition of "libation" is a drink poured out as an offering to a deity.  Well, perhaps you can take center stage and partake in some local offerings that taste great, are good for you, or "just decadent" treats.  There is no better time to "cleanse" the palate than these hot summer days ... so treat yourself to something good at these local spots.

Happy + Hale (A Business of Well-being):  Well-being or health is a tangible means to happiness and Happy + Hale provides the fuel.  Located in downtown City Plaza Raleigh (Fayetteville Street) and Durham (Ninth Street), Happy + Hale started with a tricycle, an electric golf cart, and a concept to provide fast, healthy dining options.  Their menu now includes salads + bowl, breakfast, smoothies, cold pressed juice, and create your own salads.  Check out their takeout options and sponsored (yoga / community garden) events.  Location: Raleigh - 443 Fayetteville Street; Open Monday - Saturday; Durham - 703B Ninth Street, Open: all days; Website

Treat Ice Cream and Coffee (featuring NC's favorites): Located in downtown Raleigh's historic City Market, Treat Ice Cream and Coffee is family-owned and proud to serve Maple View Farm ice cream made fresh and local in Hillsborough, NC.  Maple View has long been known as the premier ice cream maker in the Triangle region and has also received national recognition as one of the best in the country. They also feature other local, regional and statewide favorites as well, including Raleigh's own Videri Chocolate Factory, Crank Arm Brewing and Benelux Coffee, Mooresville's Uncle Scott's Root Beer and what is arguably the official state soft drink, Cheerwine from Salisbury.  Location: Raleigh - 305 S. Blount Street; Hours: 7 days opening at 12p.m.; Website

Humdinger Juice (First in Flight):  "Everybody needs a little time away" and so do our bodies. Whether you cleanse for 1 day or 7 days, your body will thank you a million times over.  Humdinger Juice, located in North Raleigh, produce a line of cold-pressed juices designed to infuse your cells with vital nutrients that energize, provide mental clarity, and create optimal health.  They also taste great!  Face it, "Time is NOT on our side" if we don't pay attention to our lifestyle ... and juicing is one way to restore vitality.  Humdinger Juice is available both at their store and delivery.  Location: 5024 Departure Drive, Unit H; Hours: Sunday - Thursday (10a.m. - 3p.m., Friday (11a.m. - 2p.m.); Website

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