Visit Raleigh 2018 | Official Guide to Raleigh, Cary and Wake County - 11
Young and hip versus old hippy
Do you see yourself as part of the young and discerning crowd
hanging out with groomed beards and skinny jeans, or do you
prefer to be a free spirit with the relaxed vibe of bell bottoms
and a free-flowing hairstyle? Whatever your wardrobe and
tresses embody, we've found some great spots where you'll
feel right at home.
Instagram the food and fun when you gather at
these FOMO-worthy locations.
The Fiction Kitchen-Truth, you can find Eastern
N.C.-style BBQ pulled "pork" on a vegan menu.
428 S. Dawson St., Warehouse District, Raleigh,
Vidrio-With a motto that "at the core of
Mediterranean cooking is love," you might think
this spot belongs on the hippy list. We assure you
the trendy vibe is secure with a stunning glass
display, which was inspired by Mediterranean
sunrises and sunsets over crystal-blue waters.
500 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 100, Glenwood South,
Living Kitchen-"This is an amazing place,
everything organic, all raw. We are blessed to
have this restaurant in Raleigh! So good!"
So says Facebook reviewer Joyce Leigh.
555 Fayetteville St., Ste. 100, Fayetteville Street,
Wahlburgers-We can't guarantee that you'll
meet a member of the famous Wahlberg family,
but the food and service will have you feeling
like a celebrity.
319 Fayetteville St., Fayetteville Street, Raleigh,
Papaya Chicken & Grill-A Latin American
menu sourced from local farmers and suppliers.
And the sauces don't come in little packets.
7909 Falls of Neuse Rd., Ste. 105, Raleigh,
Way too laid back and comfortable to worry
about trends, we know a good thing when we
see it... and taste it.
Stanbury-The menu-both on the plate and
in the glass-changes daily to reflect the best of
local and seasonal ingredients.
938 N. Blount St., Raleigh, 919.977.4321
Angus Barn-It may look like a barn from the
outside (because it is a barn), but be prepared
for truly amazing steak and seafood. Cozy up in
the Wild Turkey Lounge.
9401 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, 919.781.2444
The Irregardless Café
The Irregardless Café-Nourishing the
community since 1975, these folks were "green"
before it was the cool thing to be. They now
operate their own Well Fed Community Garden.
901 W. Morgan St., Raleigh, 919.833.8898
Mecca Restaurant-At their current location
since 1937, they've earned the moniker "old
school." Try them for breakfast, lunch, dinner
or late night.
13 E. Martin St., Fayetteville Street, Raleigh,
Second Empire Restaurant & Tavern-Even if
you aren't swayed by awards, it's still good to
know that this place is a multi-year recipient of
the AAA Four-Diamond Award, Wine Spectator
Award of Excellence and others.
330 Hillsborough St., Capital District, Raleigh,
State Farmer's Market Restaurant-With a
website called realbiscuits.com, you get an idea
of the true Southern experience waiting for you.
1240 Farmers Market Dr., Raleigh, 919.755.1550
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