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Parkside

301 W. Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601

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. It was this urban park, one of the four original parks in downtown that inspired the name Parkside.

 

Housed at street level and under the longest running neon restaurant sign in North Carolina you will find our doors, which have been the threshold to hospitality for this neighborhood for over one hundred years. 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, we want our guests to feel welcome. Whether you are sampling one of our 40+ beers on tap or enjoying our chef inspired locally sourced fare, your experience is our priority.

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