The green movement has gained considerable momentum in Raleigh and surrounding areas. In fact, compared to other cities Raleigh ranks among the top 10 metro areas in its share of green jobs.
This summer the Triangle is full of great concerts and the Black Keys and Flaming Lips show on July 11 at Walnut Creek is no exception.
Raleigh First Fridays offers a free, self-guided tour of downtown Raleigh’s cultural scene, including art galleries, museums and studios.
Mandolin’s Executive Chef Sean Fowler has been charming fans of Southern cuisine since 2011, when the restaurant first opened on the outer edge of Raleigh’s historic Five Points neighborhood.
From traditional shopping mall staples like J.C. Penny and Macy’s to upscale shopping options with fine dining nearby, Raleigh and the Triangle area has a lot to offer for local shoppers and visitors.
In recent years, Raleigh has received many accolades for being one of the best places to live in the country. With the increased attention has come a surge nightlife with great restaurants, bars and clubs perfect for drinks and dancing after a long day or weekend parties. Here’s a rundown of the Raleigh nightlife scene by area.
North Carolina is known for having some of the best golf courses in the country. And while not all of us can play at Pinehurst #2, there are a host of great options for public golf courses in the Triangle.
The recent influx of breweries in the Triangle has put beer in the spotlight, but let’s not forget about its more sophisticated sister, wine. There are numerous wine bars in the triangle area with regional and international offerings.
While the calendar said it was spring a few weeks ago, temperatures are just now catching up with the season. Kick off spring with some of our favorite warm weather activities in Raleigh.
Triangle finally seems to be catching onto what those in New York and Washington D.C. consider the most sociable meal of the weekend. Area restaurants now offering more adult-friendly, mimosa-laden options brunch.