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.
5K races in Raleigh offer options for those just getting into running or seasoned pros looking to set a new personal record. Here are some of our favorite 5Ks coming up in Raleigh.
Self-described “left of center” alt-rock, Spaceship Days has two albums under its belt and local gigs all over the Triangle area. We interviewed Adam Lee Decker (vocals) and Chuck Cox (bass) about the Raleigh music scene and some of their favorite hangouts.
Raleigh, along with the other cities that make up the Triangle, continues to top best of lists from all sorts of publications. With tons of jobs, great schools, and good city amenities, people are flocking to this metro region. Perhaps, then, it is no surprise to hear that the housing market in Raleigh is among the strongest and healthiest in the nation,
There are plenty of dining options near Raleigh’s Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts. Whether taking in the symphony at Meymandi Hall or live comedy at Memorial Auditorium, ticket holders can choose from a variety of cuisines before or after the show.
When catching a performance at the Durham Performing Arts Center, there are plenty of nearby options for dining before or after performances.