Happy + Hale opening in Raleigh’s North Hills; MOD Pizza arrives in Cary

Happy + Hale in downtown Raleigh. File

First, Happy + Hale served its healthy fare from an electric golf cart and modified tricycle in downtown Raleigh. Next came a freestanding building on the city’s South Fayetteville Street.

Happy + Hale
The old Happy + Hale bike cart. // File

 

Now Happy + Hale is a chain, with the downtown Raleigh location, plus stores in Durham and Greenville, S.C. On Wednesday, June 27, Happy + Hale will open its fourth location, in Raleigh’s North Hills. And here’s a plus: The North Hills Happy + Hale will offer indoor seating for up to 50 diners, plus patio seating.

“We started Happy + Hale to help solve a simple question: Where can I get a quick, healthy meal?” said co-founder and CEO Tyler Helikson. “That’s not an easy equation, but we’re happy to help provide a solution, and we’re thrilled to bring that solution to the North Hills community.”

Happy + Hale offers salads and bowls, an all-day breakfast, smoothies and juices. In North Hills, it will also offer brunch on weekends, and it will serve coffees from Durham’s Counter Culture Coffee and beers from Raleigh’s Brewery Bhavana.

To learn more, go to happyandhale.com.

MOD Pizza arrives in Cary

Fast-casual pizza chain MOD Pizza will open Tuesday, June 26, in Cary’s Waverly Place.

MOD offers individually sized, made-on-demand, artisan-style pizzas and salads. A gluten-free crust is available.

The first 52 guests on Tuesday after MOD opens at 10:30 a.m. will receive a free pizza or salad. On opening day, 100 percent of pizza sales will go to Generosity Feeds, which packages meals to feed hungry children.

In Waverly Place, MOD Pizza will be open from 10 :30 a..m. to 10 p.m. daily in Suite 206-C. It’s next to Famous Toastery.

Elsewhere in the Triangle, MOD Pizza has locations at 2815 Rodgers Road in Wake Forest and at 2071 W. Millbrook Road in Raleigh. To learn more, go to modpizza.com.

AAA Superstore

Elsewhere in Cary, AAA Carolinas has opened its newest Superstore at 535 Walnut St.

The store offers AAA members and the public seven bays for automotive repairs, plus travel and insurance services.

AAA Superstores are open to the public, though AAA members receive discounts and benefits, including a 10 percent discount on repair labor and a two-year/24,000-mile warranty on car-care services. Members also receive free maps, tour books and customized directions, plus insurance discounts.

The Cary store will celebrate its grand opening from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 14 with free food, giveaways and prizes.

“The store has been open since June 1, but we always enjoy throwing a grand opening to welcome in the new community and give them a chance to get to know us as their new neighbors over food and giveaways,” said Dave Parsons, AAA Carolinas president.

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