This neighborhood diner boasts a retro vibe with photos of vintage movie stars lining the walls. While lunch features sandwiches and salads, dinner evolves into a more casually elegant experience. Changing specials may include chicken pot pie, chicken Marsala, filet mignon or pasta Bolognese. All that said, the primary reason to come: THE CAKES! Homemade, mile-high, and as gorgeous as they are delicious. The three-layer coconut cake is a perennial crowd-pleaser, but check out the entire list to find a favorite of your own. Street parking in the Historic Five Points area is the only option, so you may end up finding a spot several blocks away from your destination. Observe the no parking signs, respect the residents' driveways, and enjoy a stroll through one of Raleigh's classic neighborhoods, full of vintage architecture styles and some creative in-fill.
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