“The best defense is a food offense,” preached the great military strategist Hannibal, who pounded opposing forces into submission with a catapulted barrage of cabbage heads and hot-sauce packets. Subdue restless taste buds with today’s Groupon. For $12, you get $25 worth of food and drinks at Cameron Bar and Grill in Raleigh. Up to three Groupons may be purchased per person.
Flashing the versatility of a steak-dispensing whiskey cask, Cameron Bar and Grill seamlessly juggles drink slinging with culinary preparations. Cameron’s handsome dining room charms patrons with dark-wood-infused décor, inviting booths, and captivating black-and-white pictures of Cameron Village lining the walls. Relax after work or after quitting work with friendly service, a glass of wine, and a selection from Cameron’s varied menu. Delectable dinner entrees range from seafood to Italian, such as the tortilla tilapia with chipotle, lime, black-bean rice, and vegetables ($12.95), or manicotti pasta stuffed with fresh ricotta and marinara and baked with mozzarella ($9.95). For those with a protein-propelled palate, a 9-ounce lean-cut Cameron steak with mashed potatoes and vegetables ($13.95) or a specialty meatloaf with secret sauce, vegetables, and mac 'n' cheese ($8.95/$11.95) will do the job. Or, warm up with smaller bites, like bacon-wrapped scallops ($7.50) and brunch-menu items, served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
A great option for patrons frequenting nearby Raleigh Little Theatre or the Theatre in the Park, Cameron Bar and Grill offers a convenient yet classy spot for enjoying good eats or breaking up with a cell-phone provider.
The New Raleigh News Blog says:
- From the black front facade and canopy, the restaurant looks to have a nice attitude about the atmosphere of their space. After walking through the front door, this atmosphere is represented very minimally but with a bit of class... there are a variety of options on the menu, options for everyone in your crowd... With a great selection of beers and wines, the bar was stocked with options. The staff are quite friendly and Dan, the bartender, told me that “I would never have to wait for a beer here.”
- Small but cozy, Cameron Bar and Grill has an inviting atmosphere for getting together with friends. – Susie H., Insider Pages
- I was amazed at the reasonable prices. Their food is great, ranging from lasagna to burgers. We have been pleased each time. The location is a plus too, as diners can stroll Cameron Village after dinner. – Amy C., Insider Pages
- Waitstaff had a good, humorous attitude. Dinner is very reasonably priced and the fish I ordered was cooked perfectly. Desserts are delicious. – Will, Google Maps
2018 Clark Ave.
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605Get Directions