Cary Business

Business Bits: Downtown Cary, Preston Walk and More

Cary, NC – 2019 is off to a fast start as several new businesses either opened this month, including restaurants, clothing stores and Cary’s new boutique for hemp and CBD products.

Cary Business

Food and Restaurants

Alex and Teresa’s Pizzeria and Trattoria opened at the start of January in Northwoods Shopping Center, off of N Harrison Avenue. This is an Italian restaurant that focuses on Naples-style food.

In Waverly Place, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is now open, with a variety of chocolates, both for special occasions and different seasons.

Opening at the end of January, Biergarten Cary is a German-style restaurant located in Preston Walk off of Darrington Drive.

Cary Business

Downtown News

The Hemp Boutique of Cary is now open in Downtown Cary on W Chatham Street, with a variety of CBD and hemp products, meant to help with anxiety, stress and pain.

Also, City Garden Design on W Chatham Street – across the street from the Hemp Boutique in fact – is relocating to Ashworth Village.

Preston Corners

Tutoring center Eye Level Learning is opening soon in Preston Corners.

Also in Preston Corners, sports fan clothes store Fully Promoted is now open.


Story by staff reports. Photos courtesy of Hal Goodtree and Alex and Teresa’s Pizzeria and Trattoria.

3 replies
  1. Jackie Kilberg
    Jackie Kilberg says:

    Biergarten Cary is not a German restaurant. It is a restaurant serving southern and mexican food with a German name.

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    • Michael Papich
      Michael Papich says:

      Hi Jackie, their website states they are modeled on the German style of serving food and drinks in an open, outdoor space, as well as listing a variety of German foods, German beers, and they say they pay homage to German culture. Hope that clears things up.

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    • nancy
      nancy says:

      Yeah, I would like to know more about what is going on there. Did Dean’s rebrand again, or is this new management? I never did get a chance to go to Dean’s. But I agree, this new concept seems to be only vaguely German.

      Reply

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