201 East Hargett Street Marbles Kids Museum Raleigh, NC 27601 +1 919 882 4692
You'll feel like you are right in the center of the action at this 271-seat theater which boasts a flat screen 52 feet (16 meters) tall, making this North Carolina's largest movie screen. There is also a 12,000-watt digital surround sound system. Whether you like to watch documentaries and explore new worlds through cinematography or watch the latest movie release, this theater is the place to go.
Raleigh Grande 16 is a 16-screen cinema with screens featuring the latest in sound and digital technology. Coupled with comfortable stadium seating, refreshments and a lounge area, this cinema is a fun place to watch a movie. Sit back, relax and rest-assured that you won't be blocked by the person in front of you. Call for ticket prices and showing times.
This independently owned and operated movie theater is the result of the owner's passion for films and film industry which has produced a cinema that is well-kept and a pleasure to visit. The popcorn from the concession stand is a real treat. If you're in need for a way to entertain guests during a party, try out the cinema's Outdoor Movie Exhibition for an outdoor movie experience your guests won't soon forget!
15 East Peace Street Peace College Raleigh, NC 27604 +1 919 508 2051
Leggett Theatre is a part of the Peace College Theatre. This theater chooses to promote women in all ways possible, even giving them a chance to perform roles usually not available to them. Quality is top notch when it comes to sets, costumes, props, lighting, etc. Actors and performers from diverse creative fields get a chance to show their skills at Leggett Theatre. Although this college theater is usually a training ground, the actors are given the opportunity to perform in front of diverse audiences and cities too.
328 West Morgan Street Raleigh, NC 27601 +1 919 821 7401
This is a popular hangout for fans of well-made beer because it serves a mind-boggling variety and each week has its own special beer. Aspire to join the ranks of the "Ring of Honor" by keeping track of all the beers you consume by being a member. A pint can cost about USD2.50, so expect to try a few. Be entertained by live performances by acoustic acts, folk, bluegrass, reggae or blues.
551 West Hargett Street Raleigh, NC 27603 +1 919 833 3311
Years ago, it would have been difficult to find a hip, urban hot spot where one can enjoy a nice meal and then dance until the wee hours. Five Star proves that Raleigh can party with the best of them. Fashioned from an old tobacco warehouse, the restaurant is decorated in a hip, minimalist style and all in red. There are two full-service bars and a large dance floor perfect for the large crowds that frequent the restaurant.
861 West Morgan Street Raleigh, NC 27603 +1 919 828 5233
This place is filled with people looking for an alternative to that old dating standby of dinner and a movie. Showcasing all types of comedians, from newcomers to famous celebrities, the club itself is well kept and smoke-free. You can reserve a table that will seat four people or try general admission although seating is on a first come-first served basis. Large party and group reservations are also available. Food is available at the Old Bar located below the comedy club and The Grille located up a staircase above the comedy club.
505 West Jones Street Raleigh, NC 27603 +1 919 232 2477
Natty Greene's is christened after Nathanael Greene, a prominent major general influential in the American War for Independence. Opened in 2010, this establishment breathes new life into what was formerly the city's electric powerhouse, and retains most of its original decor and charm. Accents of brick and metal lend an industrial appeal to the place that boasts a historically-themed dining area and a bar replete with television screens and pool tables. The impressive list of craft beers are represented by in-house specials handcrafted by resident brewer Mike Rollinson. Pair a draught with delicious appetizers and a intriguing history lesson.
Noir exudes the very mystique and charisma that surrounds its name. This lounge is one of the best places to experience Raleigh by night and entertains the elite set of the city's club-goers. Shimmering drapes dazzle under spotlights while vintage chandeliers punctuate the exposed-brick walls. Velvet couches and antique decor set a tone of old-world glam. The DJ booth boasts guest artists spinning an eclectic mix of the latest beats and top hits. The black bar (it is "Noir" bar after all) features an impressive list of creative cocktails and spirits that make great accompaniments to the night.
108 1/2 East Hargett Street Raleigh, NC 27601 +1 919 833 4949
The Architect Bar & Social House is a fun local bar located in the heart of Downtown Raleigh. Its name is inspired by the architectural history that surrounds the 1922 establishment it calls home. The unique arrow-shaped skylight gives way to natural lighting that enhances the old-world ambiance surrounded by exposed brick walls. Enjoy domestic and international beers and spirits, or select from an array of inventive concoctions like Manhattan, Vanilla Julep or Sazarac. Cocktails are crafted exclusively from seasonal fruits and handmade tinctures. The limited appetizer menu makes for great drinking accompaniments.
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