4716 New Bern Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27610
Phone: (919) 231-2727
Fax: (919) 231-7044
Raleigh Country Club is one place that every golfer must visit. This 18-hole golf course is a dream come true for every golfer with its complex and strategically located holes. The Club has an excellent golf teaching facility which will help amateurs improve their skills. The Club also has a golf shop, restaurant and an aquatic facility. Available for weddings, banquets, as well as other events.
Disco Rodeo is a live music venue located in the city of Raleigh. This venue books musicians that range the gambit of music genres. Disco Rodeo doesn't have a website so you'll have to follow your favorite artist to determine when or if they'll play here next. There's ample parking but come early if you want to grab a good spot in which to watch the bands perform. The venue provides both a ground floor and balcony in which to view the performance but it's standing room only. Disco Rodeo is easy to find off of Interstate 440.
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.
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.
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.
An elegant and upscale venue, 18 Seaboard is where one should take guests in order to impress. The pleasant service, delicious taste and great drinks make for a heady concoction. Contemporary American flavors rule the menu with dishes like Pan seared Foie Gras, Seared Crescent Duck Breast and Pamlico Sound Shrimp among the frequently ordered. The restaurant also caters for private functions, providing state of the art facilities for the same.
A delicious, guided, walking food tasting tour, sprinkled with historical tidbits of downtown Raleigh. Explore and discover a culinary perspective of downtown Raleigh that even an insider might not know. Tours are currently scheduled on a limited basis Saturdays at 2:30p and Thursdays at 9a. Meet ten minutes before on the porch of the Capital City Grocery in the Seaboard Station area, 10 West Franklin Street, Raleigh (tickets must be purchased in advance). See web site for available details. Triangle Food Tour is open on Thursdays from 9am and on Saturdays from 2.30pm.
This movie theater has many movie screens each hosting the latest movie release for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
The Lincoln Theatre is a concert venue in downtown Raleigh. The atmosphere during a concert is energetic. There's ample room since the place is well-laid out with a balcony for better viewing. Several famous bands such as Clutch, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Boysetsfire, Snapcase have entertained audiences here. Well-equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, most concerts held here draw large crowds.
Celebrate New Year festivities with your family and friends at First Night Raleigh. The Children's Celebration is a day-long event that culminates in a midnight countdown at 19:00. Performances are ongoing at city museums and street food is available. First Night is alcohol-free.
The original Kings bar was opened in 1999 by three local musicians and has since closed, but the creative spirit lives on in the new Kings Barcade on West Martin Street in downtown Raleigh. Large acts come through the bar and stage, but the venue, though it is a bit larger than the original, has not lost its original homespun charm. Also, the separate basement bar called Neptune's is worth a visit itself.
Since 1941, the Raleigh Chamber Music Guild has nurtured both local and international artists. Today it has become one of the best music guild to watch. The guild hosts a variety of musical performances throughout the year, and most of its events are ticketed, so be sure to make your reservations beforehand. The Guild hosts performances at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts and the North Carolina Museum of Art as well as alternate venues. Check their website for locations on particular performances.