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About Lassiter District

In the 1960s, before the Lassiter District was the Lassiter District, it was North Hills Plaza. The Plaza was a strip center including a Winn-Dixie grocery store and The Cardinal Movie Theater, which opened in 1967.

Today, the Lassiter District is seamlessly a part of North Hills, but it’s kept the Lassiter identity, now as one part of the multi-district environment that is Midtown Raleigh. The Lassiter District offers many locally-owned boutiques, a book store, Sur La Table, as well as seven amazing restaurants.

News About Lassiter District

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Voda Boutique to Open in North Hills

Points of Interest

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Aladdin’s Eatery

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ArtSource Fine Art Gallery & Framing

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Bonefish Grill

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Brothers Cleaners

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Cariloha North Hills

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Chipotle

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Exclusive Alterations by Shahla

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Fleur Boutique

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Gena Chandler

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Glo de Vie Med Spa

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GNC North Hills

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J.McLaughlin

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Kitchen and Bath Galleries

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La Maison

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Lamb’s Ear Children’s Clothing & Shoes

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Learning Express Toys

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Lee Spa Nails

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Lilly Pulitzer

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Lululemon Athletica

Lululemon Earthcast Disks

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MADISON

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Main & Taylor Shoe Salon

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Midtown Grille

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Panera Bread

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Paperbuzz

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Pure Barre

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Quail Ridge Books

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Quintessentials

Raleigh Mural

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Relax The Back

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Starbucks on Lassiter Mill Road

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StyleFinder Boutique

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Sur La Table

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The Alexan Apartments

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The Spectacle

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The UPS Store

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Total Wine & More

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Trellis Floral

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Uniquities

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Verizon Wireless

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Vivace

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Voda Boutique

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Von Kekel Aveda Salon Spa

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Walgreens

You’re Stronger Than You Know Mural

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