Tribeca Tavern Wins Best Of The Triangle 2010 Award

From: MMI Public Relations
Published: Thu Jul 15 2010

Dean Ogan, owner of Rocky Top Hospitality (, has announced that Tribeca Tavern has been named the best place to eat crème brûlée by Independent Weekly’s 2010 Best of the Triangle awards. Tribeca Tavern was a finalist for the best new restaurant in Wake County, the best outdoor dining in Wake County and the best draft beer selection. Winners are selected through readers’ polls.

The family-friendly restaurant brings casual dining to life through a laid-back atmosphere and an affordable menu. All-natural Blue Ribbon Angus beef is featured in the form of gourmet hamburgers and simple entrees include brick-oven pizzas and sweet potato fries.

"As a new restaurant, Tribeca Tavern is honored to receive this award," said Ogan. "We appreciate the recognition from customers and Independent Weekly readers and are looking forward to further serving the community."

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- Tribeca Tavern accommodates large parties and can serve up to 200 people in its grand sports room and outdoor patio.

- Other Rocky Top Hospitality restaurants include: The Twisted Fork, Market & Bar, Bogart’s American Grill, Michael Dean’s Seafood Grill and Oyster Bar, The Red Room Tapas Lounge, Hi5 and The Mash House Brewery & Chophouse

Tribeca Tavern, Rocky Top Hospitality’s newest restaurant, is located at 500 Ledgestone Way in Cary. It is open for dinner seven days of the week, lunch Monday through Saturday and brunch on Sunday. The laid-back, family-friendly atmosphere couples with an affordable menu to bring customers a unique dining experience. Tribeca Tavern can serve up to 200 people in its grand sports room and seat up to 40 guests on its outdoor patio. The menu is inspired by grandiose, gourmet hamburgers and hearty brick-oven pizzas. There are also healthy, home-style treats and a kid’s menu with classic favorites. Guests will never pay more than $15 for a single item. Tribeca Tavern is also home to a 20-draft tap system, offering local brewed beers.

Rocky Top Hospitality has been devoted to improving Raleigh, North Carolina’s local dining scene since 1998, when its first restaurant opened. Michael Dean’s Seafood Grill and Oyster Bar was the culmination of years of planning by Dean Ogan. Six other restaurants have now opened under the Rocky Top Hospitality name and include The Twisted Fork Grill, Market & Bar, The Red Room Tapas Lounge, Bogart’s American Grill, Hi5, The Mash House Brewery & Chophouse, as well as 1705 Prime Catering & Events, a thriving events facility and catering business. Rocky Top Hospitality always builds restaurants from the menu-out, so the emphasis is always on the food and how to create an experience you cannot find anywhere else.

Michelle Fowler
MMI Public Relations
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