Winter 2012 Restaurant Roundup

Fire Wok in City Plaza, Raleigh.

We’re about two weeks into the year now and if you’ve fallen of the “lose weight” resolution train, eats in downtown Raleigh won’t judge. Last fall, we ran through a few new openings. For winter, work continues on some establishments but there are still a few new places for you to explore.

Tyler’s Taproom is probably the biggest recent opening with their Seaboard Station location finally serving brews and food. It was first mentioned on this blog back in June, 2008 so the opening is very much welcomed by Tyler’s fans. If you’ve been to the other locations around the Triangle, you know what to expect here. The large space and outdoor patio should be popular with families and larger parties.

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The Architect opened on Saturday. It’s above the London Bridge Pub.

I heard of Zinda (Asian, I believe) but what will Oro be?

And I’m very happy to see the vacant kiosk get a new tennant. Sushi-to-go from a city plaza kiosk is actually a good idea, especially if they can do good quality and a decent price.

Sounds good. Seems like they can wok the wok, but can they talk the talk?

I have heard that Joel Lane’s on Glenwood is revamping a lot with new events and ever changing specials.

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