Tribeca Tavern Falls serves you delicious burgers like you've never had before. That's what this restaurant is famous for, apart from their other wonderful food. The service is quick and efficient. If you have a particular requirement, make sure you let your server know and they will try and accommodate your request as far as possible. Tribeca also has a great in-house brew.
A complete nightlife and entertainment experience awaits one at Longbranch of Raleigh. An institution in the nightlife of the city, this club did see some hard times when it was shut down for a while, but it did resurrect to add much more to the already thriving night scene of the city. The complex comprises a country bar and concert hall, a nightclub, a disco room, a VIP Lounge, and a sports bar, and is one of the most happening places in the city to catch some of the hottest names in the US music industry. Though there is a strict dress code, once inside, the thrilling music, the scintillating drinks, and the lively atmosphere do make one never want to leave. Call for more information.
Oliver Twist prides itself on an unrivaled martini list. Select from over 20 signature renditions of the classic cocktail, in addition to an impressive wine and beer selection. The food menu features Moroccan-style sharing platters that display global inspiration, like Sesame Tuna, Jamaican Jerk Chicken Tacos, Spicy Shrimp & Gnocchi and Korean BBQ Short Ribs. If you're in the mood for sweet and sour, treat yourself to an Original Sin, while Louis Vuitton pours out a raspberry rendezvous. Other favorites include the Masquerade and Frappatini. Come sundown, the place inconspicuously transforms into a trendy late-night spot with live music and upbeat vibes.
There are many movie houses in North Carolina, but a visit here could be turned into a memorable experience if you make the most of the amenities on offer. This venue makes efforts to ensure the safety and comfort of its patrons. Any seat in the well-designed auditorium will offer you a good view of the screen. Check out the website for more information.
109 North Main Street Holy Springs, NC 27540 +1 919 552 2300
A beautiful and cozy Mediterranean-style patio complete with brightly colored flowers greets the diner at Niche Wine Lounge. Boasting an overflowing wine list, the lounge is the perfect place to sample a few rare labels or catch a quick after meal drink. Explore and experiment with the international flavors like the Mazzi Amarone, Clarendon Hills Merlot and Ripasso. Many rare beers can also be found here.
A few miles outside Raleigh and Durham is the third element of the triangle-Chapel Hill. Though the burgeoning crop of cinemas in the city can make for a tough choice, most folks prefer a big name like Regal. Quality amenities and services are a given at this branch of the famed chain, added to which is the latest output from Hollywood, shown on six large screens. Check the website for more information.
1129 Weaver Dairy Road Timberlyne Shopping Center Chapel Hill, NC 27514 +1 919 968 3005
A few miles outside of Raleigh and Durham, in neighboring Chapel Hill, lies a venue that movie-goers look to in order to satiate their independent film and foreign movie cravings. This cinema is one of the few art-house theaters the city has to offer and it hums with activity on release dates and weekends. This isn't your typical movie theater where a trip to the concession stand leaves you with significantly less money than when you arrived and a tub of stale popcorn drenched in oil. Here, try the gourmet chocolates or fresh popcorn drizzled with real butter and wash it down with a cold beer or glass of wine. Chelsea Theater does not accept credit or debit cards.
213 South Elm Street Greensboro, NC 27407 +1 336 275 6367
The dark wood paneling, big leather chairs and granite bar set an elegant backdrop to relax and enjoy a quality drink, cigar or the live music. Churchill's on Elm is able to offer it all with a drink list that includes 25 different wines, 12 different specialty beers, 20 single malt scotches and an exceptional amount of spirits. This sophisticated club has a friendly, knowledgeable staff and a surprisingly young following. This is the perfect place for a drink.
Walnut Creek Amphitheater, formerly called Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion, is an outdoor arena that seats up to 20,000 spectators in covered seating and on a general admission lawn. Sold out concerts are not unusual because national acts passing through Raleigh usually stop here. "
"Grass passes, tickets for lawn seating, are less expensive than reserved seating and afford close-up views of the stage.
280 South Mangum Street Durham, NC 27701 +1 919 937 9909
Relax after a hard day by unwinding here at Tobacco Road, or simply come by to catch up on the game over drinks. The atmosphere here is typical of a sports bar with TV screens adorning the walls and music that needs you to scream and talk! The food here is not your regular bar food! Tobacco Road has taken their menu to the next level by offering farm-fresh produces that result in delicious food. A growing chain, Tobacco Road is a good place to try out.
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