Locally made chocolate! Smells great too.... 15 minute walk and right next door to Stanbury Restaurant.
Locally made chocolates! Next to Stanbury in the Mordecai neighborhood. 15 minute walk.
Who doesn't love some chocolate? This stuff is top notch. Escazu is a 2-block, 5 minute walk.
Everything here is amazing. Don't overlook the hot chocolate and ice cream push pops.
Walk there for a chocolate treat. You won't be disappointed. Nice gifts to take back home too.
“A hidden gem tucked away amidst a neighborhood but packed every weekend with locals. Try to grab a bar seat if the dining room is full. Great for meat-eaters.”
“This is our casual hang out spot. We go here to grab a burger or drink a beer with friends.”
“Raleigh's latest hot ticket! Reservations a must, you might be lucky with a 5pm bar seat. ”
“Chill spot, not very big, in a great downtown neighborhood with beer, wine, staple and creative cocktails, great lounge area and chill music.”
“Dine at Crawford and Son to experience delicious, straightforward and honest food that ranges from the familiar to the unexpected. This casual neighborhood restaurant, located in Raleigh's Historic Oakwood, strives to deliver depth of flavor with purposeful ingredients. Crawford and Son features a “blue plate special,” which varies week to week depending on what local ingredients are available and what five-time James Beard-nominated chef Scott Crawford is craving at the time. The menu features items such as autumn porridge, pork cheeks and beef short rib (plus a slew of desserts that are not to be passed up on under any circumstances).”