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Reservation Cancellation Policy: As we are a small restaurant with limited seating, No Shows and Reservations cancelled with less than 12 hour notice may be subject to a charge of $20 per person.
The Cortez is a fresh seafood and small plates experience with a freshly kept selection of tropical cocktails that draw on our food memories, travels through the years, and Mexican-American heritage. James Beard Nominated Chef Oscar Diaz's menu is a reflection of his weekly walks through the farmer's market and the bounties brought in by our local fishermen. The beverage menu is rounded out with rotating craft beers and a curated wine list.
Discover a stunning menu of classic favorites with a southern fusion flare. Chef James Eason's seasonal menu is made completely from scratch and uses a variety of ingredients from local farms, the NC State Farmer’s Market, and the chef’s garden, located on our outdoor patio.
Located in the Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center on NCSU Centennial Campus, Lakeside Kitchen is a delicious new entry into the Raleigh restaurant scene.
Hand Crafted Latin Cocktails
Extensive List of Tequilas & Regional Spirits
Carefully Selected List of Latin Wines & Latin Beers
Voted Best Latin Restaurant in the Triangle by Wake County Living Magazine!
Won the Indy Award for Best Mexican / Latin American in the Triangle!
Try the ravioli or the shrimp dip to start out your meal at Cafe Tiramisu. Choose from Italian classics like the lasagna or the marsala. The menu includes plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options as well. Choose one of the restaurant's sides for your entree like the fried eggplant or the sauteed spinach.
Dont forget to check out our awarding winning rooftop bar, Highgarden venue. This is a completely open-air concept with an amazing view of downtown Raleigh. With plenty of cabana and high-top seating, as well as walking room, you will get the Miami roof top vibe in the center of downtown Raleigh. Find a table by one of our gas fire pits and enjoy a cocktail tree while watching the sunset!
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- DHDanielleHRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •4 reviews5.0Dined on 31 May 2023Food and drinks were amazing. Our server Spencer made excellent recommendations on both dim sum and large plates. It was very loud and full of energy for a mid week dinner. I would recommend trying at least 4 small plates if you decide against a large plate.More infoBrewery Bhavana$$$$• Brewery• Raleigh•4.8
- SSShannonSRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •1 review5.0Dined on 2 Jan 2023Arrived to find free valet, which was a nice surprise and made the date feel more special. We were about 10 minutes early for our 8PM reservation and they were running a little behind, so we took the opportunity to visit the bar. The bar was busy but not too noisy or crowded. We ordered two cocktails from the menu, both were tasty. My wife had their take on a Moscow Mule and I had a mocha old fashioned, which was novel. We were sat shortly after our reservation time. Our server walked us through the menu, as it was our first time at Perry’s. We ordered a bottle of wine, the pork appetizer, a steak to share and a few sides. The manager came by to help us with the wine selection as the one we ordered was out of stock. He was patient and knowledgeable. He also offered a small discount on the wine we settled on for our trouble. This was unexpected, but appreciated. The kitchen pre-cut the steak and separated it into our two plates, which again was unexpected, but appreciated. After dinner, we tried the three dessert sampler. I liked the lemon tart the best. I would say all were good, none were remarkable. Overall, we had a great experience at Perry’s. The ambiance, the pace of the meal, the small details of the service, and the taste of the food were all wonderful. It was a little pricy at around $230 for the meal for two. We would definitely return.More infoPerry's Steakhouse & Grille - Raleigh$$$$• Steakhouse• Raleigh•4.6
- JHJenniHRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •1 review5.0Dined on 1 Jan 2023The food was delicious. It’s a little pricey. The only reason I rate the noise level higher was because of this incredibly loud customer in the dining room. Otherwise it was fabulousMore infoFirebirds Wood Fired Grill - Raleigh$$$$• American• Raleigh•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinerRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •13 reviews5.0Dined on 1 Jan 2023Food was outstanding! Service was wonderful. Will return!!More infoTupelo Honey - Raleigh$$$$• Southern• Raleigh•4.6
- DJDupreJRaleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill •14 reviews5.0Dined on 1 Jan 2023Hosts weee very accommodating to our large group. Love music was great. Food and service was excellentMore infoIrregardless$$$$• Vegetarian• Raleigh•4.7
Discussions about barbecue in North Carolina usually end in fistfights. If you ask someone from the western part of the state, smoked pork shoulder is the way to go. Head east, and nothing will do but to slow cook the whole hog. Either way, chopped pork, barbecue sauce, a ladle of coleslaw and a dash of Texas Pete make an iconic sandwich. The squishier the bun is, the better. Even if your tastes run to fried chicken, sautéed mountain trout or pimiento cheese melted over fried green tomatoes, you won’t go hungry in Raleigh. Have you ever had boiled peanuts? Reserve your opinion until you’ve tasted this roadside-stand treat. Local chefs are creating delicious new dishes around this humble ingredient.
Frequently asked questions
The best reviewed restaurant in Raleigh is Raleigh Beer Garden
The best vegan restaurants in Raleigh are Irregardless, Perry's Steakhouse & Grille - Raleigh and Brewery Bhavana
The best vegetarian restaurants in Raleigh are Irregardless, Brewery Bhavana and Plates Kitchen
The restaurants with the best service in Raleigh are Midtown Grille, Raleigh Beer Garden and Vivace
The restaurants with the best ambiance in Raleigh are Raleigh Beer Garden, Midtown Grille and Virgil's Original Taqueria
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