August 8, 2016
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Parkside's Past & Future

Parkside, a new restaurant off Nash Square in downtown Raleigh, opened Friday for lunch and dinner. Located at the entrance of the Warehouse District in downtown Raleigh, Parkside is situated on the corner of West Martin and South Dawson streets across from historic Nash Square. Nash Square is one of the four original parks in downtown which inspired the name Parkside.

Housed at street level and under the longest running neon restaurant sign in North Carolina its doors have been the threshold to hospitality for that neighborhood for over one hundred years. Previously occupied by Brewmaster's Bar & Grill and Joe's Place, Parkside believes in continuing this tradition in every way. From the warm red brick and reclaimed barn wood clad bar to the NC solid poplar tabletops, they want guests to feel welcome. Whether you are sampling one of their 40+ beers on tap or enjoying a chef inspired locally sourced fare, you'll feel like a regular the moment come through their doors.

The restaurant is owned by Todd Henderson, a longtime Sullivan's Steakhouse general manager and the talented chef is Matt Scofield, who worked as the executive chef at Sitti. Henderson describes Parkside as "a gastropub with an upscale menu that is approachable and affordable."

Lunch and dinner includes small plates, like hummus, salsa and chicken wing confit, for $5-$8; salads for $8-$9 that diners can add a protein, a wonderful series of flatbreads for $10-$11 and then sandwiches and entrees, such as a fried chicken and rosemary-onion waffle sandwich with harissa-maple aioli for $10 and an Auntie Nessa grilled cheese sandwich with cheddar, smoked provolone and brie on grilled sourdough for $8.

Henderson grew up in Raleigh and fondly recalls going to Joe's Place. As a homage to Joe's Place, Parkside will offer 13 different sides, including coleslaw, tater tots, black-eyed peas, macaroni and cheese, sweet potato chips, cheese grits, hummus and more.

Parkside - 301 West Martin St., Raleigh, NC 27601
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am - Midnight Phone: 984-232-8969, Website.

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Top Hat - Oakwood Outfitters Making a Difference

Oakwood Outfitters a new NC based apparel company and local start-up is making top quality hats, while using their business to inspire the fight for food and water security locally and globally.

Oakwood Outfitters was started with the dream of finding the most effective way of giving back, while also making new and inventive apparel products differently than any other company. It began with college students and lifelong friends born and raised in Raleigh, inspired by the new era of social startups striving to make a difference in the world. As the fight for hunger and water security continues, they wanted to become the first apparel company that actively stands up to those issues.

The Tribute Series is a collection of hats with designs incorporating Raleigh and North Carolina with proceeds going towards providing 10 meals to people throughout NC.

Learn more about Oakwood Outfitters mission and goals on their Website or contact David Reynolds, founder at

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