Rolesville is a town in northeastern Wake County, North Carolina, United States, a suburb of the capital city of Raleigh. It is the second oldest town in Wake County and has been one of the fastest growing towns in the state of North Carolina for the past several years. The population was 6,074 in 2015.
Things to do in Rolesville
4 based on 28 reviews
The food is consistently good. This is a family-style restaurant. Great place if you need a date night, but still have to take your children on your date. Note: there are never loud children running amuck. It's everything I look for in a restaurant: It's clean, has a warm, friendly atmosphere; good food - good cold beer if you drink - I don't, but my frequent dining companion loves their COLD beer. We get take-out often, as well. It's fast.
4 based on 16 reviews
Having lived in different Italian parts of Long Island, both as a child and an adult, I have finally found bliss in this authentic Italian pastry shop. The cookies were fresh and just how they should be. I tried the St Joseph pastry-made during Lenten season and it was incredible and everything it should be.
Don't miss this place. Friendly people and baked right on the premises…I will be a loyal customer.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I have yet to be disappointed with this place. Every time I go, I get something different and I am always pleased! Portions are huge. Drinks are just so good. My favorite drink is the Yeti! Peanut butter, banana & chocolate- what could be better?
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Charlie's is great for a quick lunch if you want something fresh that doesn't leave you feeling gross. It's extremely casual; food is served on styrofoam plates and most dishes are ready in just a minute. The food was pretty good, but I have really high expectations of this sort of food. I lived overseas for several years and I've had the opportunity to eat some delicious Mediterranean fare. I thought the hummus at Charlie's was very average. The pita triangles that were served with the hummus were not very fresh. My gyro was good.
The ambiance is really casual, so don't go in expecting anything fancy. The service was friendly. The value was spot on for the quality and quantity of their food.
Not sure I'll be hurrying back, but I'm glad this sort of food is being served up in Wake Forest!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
My family and I love to go to eat at different places especially close to home. We drove by one day and saw that Torero's was finally open so we decided to have dinner there. I was a little surprised that the place wasn't packed. We had a nice waiter. Our kids loved the food. Our plates were over loaded with food - doggie bags all around. The prices were decent - food was very good. And they have outside seating which is yet another reason why we will go back.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Even though this is technically a chain, it is one of the best family run restaurants that I have ever been to. The owners are very nice and make you feel like family. This Daylight Donuts got me through two pregnancies and many 3 am doughnut cravings. Thanks Shana and Glenn!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
In searching for a great place for ice cream to cool off during the heat, I tried the Wake Forest Dairy Depot after hearing such good things about it. They even have a drive thru although I didn't use it this visit.
The staff is very friendly and was patient with us while we were deciding what to order. The prices were very reasonable as well. But best of all the product is great. We were all happy with what we ordered. There were a lot of flavor choices, trainwreck combinations, and best of all they serve Dole Whips. I hadn't had one of those since Disney so that is what I ordered and it was just as good as Disney's.
I highly recommend the Dairy Depot. They offer a lot of promotions as well.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Off The Hook is much more than just scrumptious food. We are good neighbors and community partners! We love what we do! Our unique Calabash-Style Seafood is known for its distinctive style which is lightly breaded and lightly fried to golden brown perfection. We specialize in a variety of menu items that guarantees our vision of quality and commitment to our customers, both as dine-in and to-go!!
Calacbash style seafood. We stopped in for lunch after we saw the new restaurant signs. We tried fried shrimp, oysters, chicken strips & homemade sides. Everything we had was really good. The decor is simle and very casual-you seat yourself. You definitely should try if you like calabash style seafood! This place replaced Fitzgerald's.
4.5 based on 317 reviews
Come Discover Over the Falls in Downtown Wake Forest, NC and our Award Winning Specialty Salads, Sandwiches, Burgers, Pizza & Wings. Featuring Daily Specials, Gluten Free Eats & Infused Bourbons. Follow us on Social Media to find out what we are Cooking Up Today! Our Bar Features 12 Craft Draft Beers (11 NC & 1 Western NY), Great Bottled, Can Beer & Wine Selection along with an Extensive Bourbon List, Local Distilled Spirits & Premium Brands that we use to make our Handcrafted Cocktails, Martinis & Mules. We are a non-reservation-based restaurant. All guest are welcome to come dine with us on a first come, first serve basis. If you are planning an event for a large group please keep in mind that our maximum number of seats for one party is 16. For parties of 8 to 16 we recommend coming as early as possible for lunch or dinner to avoid an extended wait. We appreciate your business, and look forward to providing you excellent food & service in the near future. Check out our Daily Specials. Cheers! Outside Cake / Dessert Fee $4 Per Head / Includes Plates, Silverware, Napkins, Knife & Cake Server
We had some trouble finding this place, which is at the edge of a shopping center that seems to be undergoing refurbishment. Interesting menu with varied selections, what you might call modern-urban-cliche. We had a Cobb salad that was served on a plate 12 inches across, full to overflowing with avocados, bacon bits, lettuce, tomatoes, etc.--all pretty fresh-tasting. We also had a Turkey sandwich (called "downtowner" for some reason), which we found less than superlative. Communities like Wake Forest in the Raleigh conurbation have dozens of such places, a cut above fast food but some cuts below gourmet dining. The service here is exceptionally polite. Huge flat-screen TV assumes a sports-bar clientele, which we are not, but at least it's not Fox News.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
A great place for my wife and I to get breakfast almost every weekend.
Friendly staff. Great breakfast food.
Fried eggs, bacon, sausage, grits (they know how to cook them). Omlets, pancakes are wonderful. I love their biscuits and gravy. Coffee, and or tea (sweet or unsweet)
Always clean. Restrooms are also kept up nicely.
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