Business Briefs – February 2015

Taxi Service Starts

Eric Nguyen, owner with his wife of LCN Spa Nails in Rolesville, has started the town’s first taxi service.

Rolesville Taxi runs throughout Wake Forest and Rolesville, and to RDU Airport.

Nguyen owned a taxi service in New Jersey and “saw a need for a taxi service in the Rolesville area.”

Service is available 24 hours a day. Credit cards are accepted. Phone 919-939-4050.


Chick-N-Que now Brick-and-Mortar, Too

Chick-N-Que is expanding from food trucks to trucks and a restaurant.

The restaurant is now open at 420 S. Main Street in Rolesville. This family-owned business also hopes to grow its catering service.

Owners Ernest and Queen Harris say the restaurant was the next logical step for the business. Ernest attended Rolesville Elementary and was a graduate of Wake Forest-Rolesville High School, so Rolesville seemed like a good choice for the expansion.

“The whole family likes to cook and the whole family likes to eat,” Queen said.

Chicken is the mainstay of the restaurant, which also serves sandwiches, salads and at least three side items daily. The chicken barbeque is a family recipe from Ernest’s grandfather with a “twist.”

The food truck is known for serving ostrich at the State Fair, and the restaurant will offer it as well.

Chick-N-Que is open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Phone 919-369-9047.


New ‘Healing From the Inside Out’

Rosemarie Heinrich has opened Medical & Therapeutic Massage of Rolesville at 207-101 N. Main Street, in the Sophia Center for Change.

Part of the philosophy of the Center is healing from the inside out naturally, and Heinrich believes it is important “for people to take care of themselves.”

Heinrich had previously lived on South Main Street, so she opened her business in Rolesville for the “hometown feel.”

Phone 919-614-0929 for an appointment.


Subway Management Changes

The Subway sandwich shop at 411 S. Main Street in the Food Lion Shopping Center is under new management.

Less than a month ago, Hetal Patel became the new owner of the Rolesville Subway. Patel also owns the Subway in Wake Forest and two Youngsville locations.

Subway is known for its build-your-own sandwiches and salads with health-conscious options.

“Great customer service is very important to me,” Patel said. “I am very excited to be part of your community.” Patel plans on being a good corporate citizen in Rolesville by reaching out to the business community, the school system and churches, and being involved with the Chamber of Commerce.

The Rolesville location is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays. Phone 919-554-3511.