Defining Downtown Raleigh’s Moore Square District


Anchored by Moore Square park, which underwent a $12.6 million renov and reopened in fall 2019, this district serves as a hub for residential development, some of the city’s best sup spots, nightlife and entertainment… not to mention the GoRaleigh Transit Center.

Transfer Co. Food Hall

Burritos, bagels, cookies, empanadas… oh, my! Not to mention the huge patio (hello, spring!) and seasonal outdoor bar for boozy lounging. @transfercofoodhall

St. Roch Fine Oysters + Bar

The world is your oyster at St. Roch, with its NoLa-inspired and seafood-focused menu that’s shrimply the best. @strochraleigh

Bella Vita

Let this modern head-turning home decor and furnishings inspire your next interior design project. @bellavitaraleigh

Sir Walter Coffee

Putting a little pep in your step—both morning and evening—is this buzzy cafe serving coffee drinks by day and cocktails by night. @sirwaltercoffee

Reliable Jewelry

Bling out at the Triangle’s most trusted name in luxury since 1949. @reliablejewelry

The Darby

Open seven days a week for no-frills beer, wine and cocktails—and the best of times. @thedarbybar

All Saints Chapel

Built in 1875 and restored in 2008, this chapel has been recognized as one of the prettiest in the South since. Bless up. @allsaints1875

Marbles Kids Museum 

Hooray for play! Learning = fun through Marbles’ hands-on exhibits, award-winning programs, larger-than-life movies and more. @marblesraleigh

Watts & Ward

Down classic and house cocktails in a moody Mad Men-esque atmosphere underneath the streets of Downtown Raleigh. @wattsandward

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Angela Brown
Angela Brown is the author of our Business & Economy section.