For twenty years, we have lived and traveled the world. We are often surprised and inspired by the food we have eaten along the way. From the first apple tarts in France, the Pecorino cheese in Tuscany, Weiss Wurst in Germany, Espada (scabbard fish) on the island of Madeira, to Hong Kong, Thailand and China, we have learned new flavors and techniques to add to the outstanding food of the American South.
— At Plates, we hope that you will enjoy some of our favorite international dishes combined with our regional southern flavors. Join us on a new culinary journey that is globally inspired and locally produced.
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301 Glenwood Avenue Suite 100, Raleigh, NC
We're Your Neighborhood Kitchen
From time to time, we like to shake things up at Plates and do something completely out of the ordinary. Here you will find opportunities to join us for beer dinners, wine tastings and special holiday menus.
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On June 25th, 1978 Gilbert Baker showcased the original rainbow flag at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade. On this day in 2016, celebrate the anniversary of the flag with your friends at Plates Kitchen.
Enjoy extended brunch options indoors or on our patio with fantastic drink specials and live music from the Stephanie Merinoff Duo from 12:00 - 4:00 pm.
A portion of proceeds will be donated to the LGBT Center of Orlando to assist the victims of the Pulse tragedy and their families, as well as the LGBT Community of Florida.
RESERVATIONS ENCOURAGED by calling 919-828-0018.
More about the Stephanie Merinoff Duo:
With a style rooted in blues, vocalist and guitarist Stephanie Merinoff transforms standards into enigmatic performances of folk-inspired classics. Guitarist Seth Rosenbloom makes up the other half of the Stephanie Merinoff Duo, adding his melodic blues and jazz phrases to the mix.
Please join us on the evening of Sunday, June 19th as we host a very special five course Beer Dinner with our friends from Lonerider Brewing. Each of Chef Chris Santucci's courses will be expertly paired with a limited-release selection from the Raleigh, NC brewery by bar manager Justin Gallus. Dinner will include a presentation from the brewmasters themselves, shedding insight into the science (and magic!) behind the brewing process.
House Charcuterie and Artisan Cheese
(Pairing: ‘Goldie's Banquet Lager')
Crab & Pistachio Salad
Raleigh City Farm greens, sweet corn, lemon chive crème fraiche dressing
(Pairing: ‘Hoppy Weiss’ Witbier)
Mango, pineapple, cilantro, red onion and red pepper salsa
(Pairing: ‘Tres Vaqueros’ Barrel Aged Tripel)
Braised Beef Cheek Raviolo
mushroom cream sauce
(Pairing: ‘Starry Plough' Nitro Porter)
De Peche a la Mode
Flaky puff pastry, mascarpone ice cream, grilled peaches, honey drizzle
(Pairing: 'Shotgun Betty’ Hefeweizen brewed with Vanilla and Peaches)
$59 per person (tax and gratuity included).
Cocktail hour at 5:30, dinner at 6:30. Seating is limited!
To make reservations, please give us a call at (919) 828-0018
Plates Kitchen will be closed for Brunch Saturday, June 11 due to Slide The City. We look forward to seeing you when we reopen for dinner later that day at 5:30 pm.
Join us all week, June 6-12, as Plates Kitchen takes part in the worldwide Negroni Week celebration with a special addition to the cocktail menu. Bartenders Justin Gallus and Jeremy Powers have crafted their take on a Negroni Sbagliato ("Busted Negroni") that we're callingThe Count & The Queen:
$1 from each Negroni cocktail sold this week will be donated to Stop Hunger Now, a global hunger relief non-profit organization.
Plates Kitchen will be closed Monday, May 30 as we honor Memorial Day. We look forward to seeing you when we reopen for dinner on Tuesday, May 31 at 5:30 pm.