Dining | Theaters Near Cleveland Crossing

18 Seaboard

18 Seaboard is an innovative contemporary American grill featuring ingredients from the local area. It's located in a charming area near the former Seaboard Train Station.

Carolina Ale House

Winner of the Maggy 2008 Award for Best Neighborhood Bar, Metro Bravo 2007 Award for #1 Sports bar in the triangle, Herald Sun Reader's Choice 2007 Award for #1 After-Work Scene & Sports Bar in Durham. If that doesn't say it all, come join us for some good home grown fun!

Winston's Grille

There's a perfect spot for everyone and every occasion at Winston's. We can match any mood you're in. Cozy nooks or bright open spaces; quiet booths, or laughter and music-filled rooms. A soft, warm glow, or sunlight streaming through leaded glass windows. Winston's Grille has been a neighborhood landmark for 21 years. Sure, it's special to be around this long, but we think it's even more special to have generations of happy customers who keep coming back. What's our secret? It's simple! Great food, fantastic service, friendly atmosphere!

Michael Dean's

At Michael Dean's, our goal is perfection. We use only the freshest food products and innovative perparation techniques. Our specialties are fresh seafood and items prepared in our wood-burning oven. Please share your thoughts and ideas with us so we can continue our commitment to bringing you a flawless dining experience that is literally something to talk about.

The Pit

The Pit is a celebration of all of the great culinary offerings of the Old North State. Authentic North Carolina barbecue is our signature dish Pit cooked over charcoal and wood. Renowned Pitmaster Ed Mitchell has established a national reputation for his famous 'Cue. We feature the freshest of the state's bountiful produce in our starters, sides and desserts. The pigs used to produce our barbecue are all raised right here in North Carolina using only organic farming practices.

Choose from an excellent selection of handcrafted beers, specialty cocktails, single batch bourbons and wines, all of which are paired wonderfully with North Carolina barbecue.

Angus Barn

The Angus Barn experience goes far beyond serving meals. We are in the "memory" business - making and creating unforgettable memories for you our guest. In addition to our great steaks, we serve a wonderful selection of seafood, featuring lobster, marinated shrimp, soft shell crab, grilled tuna, salmon, stuffed giant shrimp pasta, and crab claws.

Casalinga Ristorante Italiano

Considered to be one of the best kept secrets of North Raleigh, Casalinga has led Citysearch's "Best of" Italian section every year it has run.

Gianni & Gaitano's Trattoria Pizza and Pasta

A restaurant, a vision, a passion, that keeps on growing and evolving. Gianni & Gaitano's has dropped the word fine dining from our menu and we now give you the choice of family casual or adult casual. We believe families should have a place to take their children and feel extremely comfortable while exposing them to quality food that is not found in the "corporate chain restaurants." On the adult side, we believe that with all the hard work and stress us adults put up with, we should have a place to go and enjoy an unbelievable meal at a price that is reasonable for every day dining.

42nd Street Oyster Bar

The 42nd Street Oyster Bar has a rich and colorful history spanning over seven decades. It is one of the truly famous eating establishments in North Carolina. In spite of all the stories and myths about the place, people could always come and have great steamed oysters and cold beer. The famous old place has developed the reputation of being one of the most enjoyable restaurants to frequent in the southern part of the United States.

Char Grill

Since 1960, Char Grill has been sought out by loyal customers and "burger connoisseurs" who want the experience of a charcoal cooked Hamburger Steak sandwich, the ultimate hamburger!

Char Grill has served as the standard by which other hamburger experiences are measured. Consistently winning "Best in Class" category for its food and the experience that customers come to anticipate when visiting one of the four local "free standing" Raleigh, NC locations. Char Grill enjoys legions of devoted customers that bypass other hamburger choices to seek out the Hamburger Steak Sandwich, Hot Dogs and Bar-B-Que that Char Grill is famous for.

Char Grill features a simple menu of flame-broiled, half-pound burgers that don't need cute names or gourmet toppings to be good; hot dogs, crispy fries, chicken sandwiches. And be sure to save room for some of the thickest milkshakes in Raleigh. You can't be a burger connoisseur without having a Char Grill burger!

Theaters Near Cleveland Crossing

Carolina Theater

The city-owned Carolina Theatre's Fletcher Hall, restored to its 1926 Beaux-arts glory, has 1,016 seats.

It's been fifteen years since Durham's last remaining historic theatre got a new lease on life. Our cultural jewel was saved, fully restored and reopened to the delight of her fans and admirers.

Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts

The Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts is the main venue for the performing arts in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium replaced the 1912 City Auditorium, which burned in 1930, and commemorated residents of Raleigh who died in World War I. It is an architectural complement to the North Carolina State Capitol at the other end of Fayetteville Street. After receiving minor improvements in 1963 and 1977, it was extensively renovated in 1990, notably with the addition of an external concourse and lobby. Seating 2,277, it most often hosts large musical theater productions. The 2005 removal of the original Raleigh Convention and Civic Center restored the continuity of view from Memorial Auditorium to the State Capitol.

Memyandi Concet Hall

Memyandi Concert Hall seats 1,700 in the classic shoebox configuration. It is the home of the North Carolina Symphony, which previously played in Memorial Auditorium. Named for a Raleigh physician and philanthropist, Dr. Assad Meymandi, the facility has excellent acoustics.

Fletcher Opera Theater

Fletcher Opera Theater seats 600 providing a more intimate space for chamber music, solo performances, and other ensemble productions. It is named for Alfred Johnston Fletcher, 1887-1979, a pioneer of television broadcasting in Raleigh, whose family foundation provided partial funding.

The Kennedy Theater

Seating 170, the Kennedy Theater provides a 40 x 60 foot black-box experimental theater setting. It was named for longtime Raleigh theater patron K.D. Kennedy, Jr. and his wife Sara Lynn.

Lichtin Plaza

Lichtin Plaza is a two-acre feature fronting the Progress Energy Center. It serves as a venue for festivals, gatherings, and tented social functions. It was named for Harold Lichtin, a prominent commercial real estate developer in the Triangle.