If you’d like to come visit us (and we hope that you will), we can be found in the downtown Raleigh.

If you’d like to come visit us (and we hope that you will), we can be found in downtown Raleigh, at 410 S. Salisbury Street, Suite 100. We have designated visitor parking below our building, on Gale Street. If you’re turning onto Gale from Davie, we’re the first garage on your left (if you’re turning from Martin, we’re the last on your right). Park in any of the spaces marked “Visitor” on your left-hand side.

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If you’re headed our way in the morning, stop by The Morning Times, a coffee roaster two blocks up on Hargett Street. Their Counter Culture coffee comes from a roastery in nearby Durham. Or, just wait until you visit us. We’ve got our own stash, too.

If lunch is your aim, we love Capital Club 16, located a block away at the intersection of Salisbury and Martin Streets. Chef Jake’s a third-generation German butcher; his wife and co-owner, Shannon, is a vegetarian. With local produce from Raleigh City Farm and meats delivered from Schaller & Weber, CC16 can please most any palate.

Nearby Cooper’s BBQ, located on Davie Street, has been in its downtown location for more than 75 years. With a simple menu of Eastern-style NC BBQ, it’s also a good—but often crowded—place to grab a quick bite. Check your pockets first, though, because Cooper’s is cash only.

If neither of these suit your fancy, there are more than a hundred different restaurants downtown. A few of our other favorites are Beasleys Chicken + Honey, Centro, The Pit, and The Fiction Kitchen. You can see a listing of the many different options here.

Downtown is easily accessible via the R-Line, a free service provided by the city. There’s a stop a block away from our office at the Convention Center, with hybrid electric busses running every fifteen minutes. Ask us for a schedule, or we’ll show you where you can get the mobile app.

During business hours, Myriad Media’s doors are always open, and we encourage a collaborative work environment. Feel free to bring your laptop and share the space with us for a while… perhaps even challenge us to a game of ping-pong.

From the amazing restaurants to the eclectic atmosphere, we're proud to call these folks our neighbors and this area our home. We hope you'll enjoy it as much as we do.