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Latin Night Clubs in Raleigh, NC
310 S West St
Night ClubsBarsCocktail Lounges
I recently visited The Office nightclub after not being there in a while. To my suprise, the entire club was redone. There is an all new vip area with couches and a bar right in the middle. The atmosphere is very friendly and the people that go there are fun to be around. The club is very upscale and the interior is gorgeous! If you havent been to the office lately I highly suggest checking out the new additions and remodeling! The weekends there are alot of fun, its always packed and the music is awesome.
2.Mirage Night Club
400 N West St # 110
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Visiting from SF,and friend had coupon for sushi for club which made my pallet disappear thinking how good sushi at a nightclub can be but I decided to go anyway. At 7pm when we arrived there were several tables already and it seemed they were short handed because it took a few before we were seated. Place looked very big but kind gloomy due to high ceiling I guess. We just came for dinner and when we ordered it revived my pallet instantly. Since I am from SF I am custom to fresh up scale sushi and I thought this little sushi lounge matched quality of fine dinning places in SF. All the sashimi and rolls were excellent and each plate was clean and professionally decorated on plate. This is my first rewiew about food and because we had such a good time I had to write about this excellent place. I could not find section about Mirage Sushi Lounge so I wrote in Nightclub site.
437 Glenwood Ave
Night ClubsBarsRestaurantsCocktail Lounges
I have been frequenting Havana Deluxe since I moved to Raleigh in the early 2000's. Same great place and their beer list has improved greatly.
517 W Peace St
The Black Flower never disappoints! I had the best raspberry Mojito there last night for their Mojito mondays. Tracy and Jamie were behind the bar and they were so much fun to chat with. They had a really good group of people in and out all night, which is hard to find on a Monday night. I think I'm going to have to go back for their house band on Wednesday night. I've been told it's always a really fun show. You really should give this place a try if you haven't already.
5.Slims Downtown Distillery
227 S Wilmington St
I've been hitting Slim's off and on for two years now, and you'll be hard-pressed to find a more relaxed, unpretentious bar in Raleigh. If you're not into whatever band is playing, you can hang out on the back patio or head upstairs to shoot pool. The bartenders and regulars are friendly, too. Note: If you can't handle smoke, stay away.
6.Loafers Beach Club
3914 Atlantic Ave
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Great club for Shag and West Coast Swing dancing. Want to go and have fun and meet so many wonderful new friends? Well, Loafers is the best. Loafers offers West Coast Swing Dance Lessons and Shag Dance Lessons weekly. www.loafersbeachclub.com for more information.
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7.Charlie Goodnight Comedy Club
861 W Morgan St
If you are looking for a first date place or even a big group, Charley Goodnights is it. You can go down to the Old Bar and grab some food, it's ok, and then catch a show.
3210 Yonkers Rd
Very clean place, high upscale women -------private dances back room very enjoyable!! good drinks, great service!!! all in all a very good time.
218 W Cabarrus St
14 W Martin St
11.Coco's Night Ctub
416 W South St
310 S West St
13.The Empress Room
407 Glenwood Ave
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14.Noir Night Club
425 Glenwood Ave
2500 Hillsborough St
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16.Above & Beyond Ultra Nightclub
2526 Hillsborough St
17.Club 30 Plus
308 Rush St
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18.Loafers Beach Club
605 Creekside Dr
19.The Men's Club
3210 Yonkers Rd
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20.Astro Mundo Inc
3925 New Bern Ave
21.Ambis 1 Nightclub
4000 Atlantic Ave
4004 Capital Blvd
4030 Capital Blvd
3303 Seige Rd. Houston Texas, 77056
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317 S Harrington St
TavernsBar & GrillsBarsAmerican Restaurants
Humble Pie (HP) leaves the most opinionated foodie…..humbled. This place has won my blue ribbon for favorite restaurant in Raleigh. I have visited HP twice now and both times has been superior culinary experiences. Their plates are visually and tastefully brilliant.\r \r My first visit was a late week night during the “brown bag” period of alcohol licensure. Some may be dissuaded from entering, but I felt the way the HP folks handled this set-back was charming. They actually gave a dinner-mate a complimentary local beer. For starts we all shared: Caesar Salad: cliché but good, “Broiled Tetilla Cheese” Tasty cheese/honey/grape spread and the popular hummus which 3 out of 3 diners disliked. Entrees ordered: Shrimp&Grits: safe and good, Oven Mahi Mahi: fish that’s not fishy: yes, please and the Grilled Andouille Sausage: cowboy-esque robust dish, tasty! Dessert: Peanut Butter & Jelly Bread Pudding: sounds silly – but was well worth the try.\r \r Round two was just as unique & flavorsome. Starters included the Fried Green Tomatoes & Bruschetta: both seem cliché’ but HP’s versions are uniquely delicious. Entrees included: Black Bean Crepe: inventive concept that works – the table’s favorite. The sesame ahi tuna: must like spice to enjoy this treat, and lastly, chicken penne: which looked like a lean cuisine, so I passed.\r \r I really enjoy this restaurant – I’d avoid the hummus & chicken penne – but the entire menu is a safe (but delectable) bet you’re going to have a great meal. I’m looking forward to warmer temperatures to try the patio space & beverages.
18 Seaboard Ave Ste 100
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From the call for a reservation to leaving the restaurant, by far our best experience in Raleigh. I called to make our reservation for an anniversary dinner and the gentleman who took the reservation was the most welcoming and genuine person. He thanked us for choosing 18 for such a special occasion. As we entered the restaurant, the ambiance was spectacular, exposed brick, dark wood, and wine glasses. Our service was exemplary from the time we were taken to our private booth to the time we walked out the door. There was always someone coming by to clear a dish or ask if we needed a new beverage. The food...The food was magnificent. Easily the best tuna in my life. The wood fire grill is magnificent. My husband ordered the pheasant ravioli and was not disappointed. I appreciate that 18 Seaboard uses locally sourced foods. You will not be disappointed by 18 Seaboard. I guarantee it!
27.The Twisted Fork
3751 Sumner Blvd Ste 170
American RestaurantsBarsNight ClubsBakeries
The brunch at Twisted Fork is amazing. The food was awesome and freshly made in front of you, omlets to order - hot waffles totally fabulous.
6401 Falls Of Neuse Rd
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I just visited Winston's for the first time and I was so impressed! The restaurant is beautiful and has a great ambience. The service is outstanding. We were greeted at the door by friendly, smiling staff and every single staff member we passed by spoke to us and welcomed us to Winston's. Our waitress was JAMIE and she was excellent. She was very nice, attentive, and accomodating. I didn't like the drink I ordered and she happily replaced it. When I asked if there was something special they did for birthdays she brought my boyfriend out a great dessert with a candle. She took great care of us during our meal. We dined on the Backyard Rotisserie Chicken, The BBQ ribs, and chicken quesideas. The food was delicious! The meat just fell right off the bone and the flavor was so good. Everything was cooked perfectly. This was the best dining experience I have had in a long time. He had a great birthday.
320 Glenwood Ave
American RestaurantsBarsNight ClubsContinental Restaurants
Loved the atmosphere and food! I like how they put small twists on their menu items. I would recommend sitting on the porch balcony for dinner if it's nice out.
30.Sammy's Tap & Grill
2235 Avent Ferry Rd
Bar & GrillsTavernsBarsNight Clubs
I’m a born Yankee but have lived in Raleigh for many years. One of the things I miss about living up North is the neighborhood taverns – the places you can go and feel at home, comfortable, appreciated and welcomed. If that’s appealing to you, then the only place to go in Raleigh is Sammy’s Tap & Grill, because it’s all that and more. Let’s start with the food. I’ve been going to Sammy’s since he took over and never have I had a bad meal, whether it’s a quick appetizer or salad, a pizza or burger or the best wings in town, bar none. The menu is impressive and far beyond the typical “bar food” found in so many places around town. Prices are more than reasonable, whether it’s for a rack of incredible, melt-in-your-mouth ribs or a mound of extra crispy wings with one of Sammy’s special sauces. Sammy and his crew go to great lengths to serve food that’s fresh, well prepared and appetizing. And with the variety, you will never be disappointed that you couldn’t find something that wasn’t appealing. If you’re a beer drinker, there’s plenty to choose, from the standards to the exotic, along with a full bar of mixed drinks. Like the food, you can always find something to quench your thirst. Service is prompt, attentive and professional, whether you drop by on a lazy weekday afternoon or come by to be part of the crowd on a football game day Saturday or Sunday. Sure, the place gets crowded sometimes, but with indoor, covered deck and outdoor seating, you can usually find a place either to join the crowd and cheer on your team or have a quiet conversation with a colleague or new-found friend. It’s easy to see that Sammy’s wait staff is well trained and the whole business well managed. They look and act like they are genuinely glad you’re there. Tucked between NC State’s main campus and Centennial, Sammy’s of course attracts a college crowd. But don’t dismiss it as a “college bar” unless you’re talking about faculty, staff, coaches and of course students, along with neighborhood families, office and blue collar workers. Sammy’s is more than just a place to go for good food, good prices and good service. It’s the place to go to be comfortable, appreciated and most of all well-taken care of.
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