What happens when you put a bunch of creatives together? You get the Kitchen concept. They are business owners that found office space in downtown Raleigh and brought their love of the hospitality industry under one roof.

Here is who is located in the space:

  1. Food Seen NC – Felicia Perry Trujillo is the creator behind Food Seen. She does food photography, social media management and more! You can follow along with her adventures @foodseennc
  2. Matthew Konar – Matthew is an architect with projects like Counter Culture Coffee and Cortez Raleigh. Check him out at @matthewkonar – you can see some awesome oyster pics!
  3. MRC- Raleigh’s Brand Design Studio – They are your full-service creative group Check out their projects @mrcraleigh
  4. NC F&B Podcast – You can find your favorite bar and restaurant on this podcasts. The latest one features Player’s Retreat. Follow along @ncfbpod

If their this is not a Happy Hour, Happy Hour event is any indication of success, this group of people are destined for good things. Last week they held events with local food conscious folks. We were able to enjoy small bites from the new the new Oak Steakhouse that will be open next week in the Dillon Building. They will have a modern take on the classic steakhouse and if those deviled eggs are a preview the food is going to be great. We will be checking them out on Thursday (stay tuned for our review).

We also got to enjoy drinks from the good folks at Crude Bitters. Their cocktail bitters and shrub syrup concentrates are hand-crafted by human hands right here in Raleigh. They are located in a bright pink building across from Transfer Food Hall. You can’t miss them. Make sure to stop by and check them out. They also have great classes monthly where you learn a bit of history and a lot about cocktails.

Congrats to the Kitchen. We can’t wait to see what fun things you will be cooking up next. The Kitchen is located at 5 West Hargett Street in Suite 409. You can check them out @thekitchenraleigh.