Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Dining options climb in Clayton

Here's an article from this morning News & Observer....

By Greg Cox, Correspondent
The last few weeks of 2007 brought a smorgasbord of new dining options to Clayton, and more are on the way.

The Coffee Mill, a popular downtown coffee shop by day, now morphs into Cork & Plate (105 S. Lombard St.; 550-0174), a tapas and wine bar, by night. The restaurant shares a kitchen with The FlipSide, an adjoining restaurant also owned by partners Cliff Morgan and Jodi Sager. The duties of FlipSide co-chefs Mary and Steve Punt have been expanded to include Cork & Plate's small plate offering. The husband-and-wife culinary duo have responded with a varied offering, including house-cured tuna gravlax, chorizo and queso fresco empanadas, and dukka, an Egyptian nut-and-spice spread that has proved to be a surprise hit. Cork & Plate is open from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays... (Full Story)

1 comment:

Johnston County Arts Council Blog said...

Awesome! They included some venues that I didn't even know about. Clayton is getting so metropolitan!