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Morningstar Law Group’s Raleigh Favorites

January 27, 2019

1 – Big Boss Brewing Company1249 Wicker Dr
We love Big Boss’ rotating seasonal taps. Try the Harvest Pumpkin
Ale! Plus, the game room with darts, ping pong, and shuffleboard
makes it a fun night for everyone.
2 – Bida Manda222 S Blount St
The only thing better than the lettuce wraps at Bida Manda is its gorgeous decor. It’s an Instagram dinner waiting to happen!
3 – Brewery Bhavana218 S Blount St
Bida Manda’s sister, this unique spot is part brewery, part dim sum, part flower shop, and part bookstore. It’s a combination that’s not to be missed.
4 – Escazu936 N Blount St
You have to try their 10 kinds of drinking chocolate!

5 – Greenway Trails

Various locations throughout Raleigh
We love that almost anywhere you are in Wake County you can find a trail head that leads to miles of biking and walking surrounded by trees, where you can escape for a few minutes or hours.

6 – Joslin Gardens

2431 West Lake Dr.
Be sure to check the website for events and activities at this beautiful treat in Raleigh. We hear plans are underway to make it open more often!

7 – Lonerider Brewing Company8816 Gulf Ct
$3 pints every Monday. Need we say more?
8 – Lonnie Poole Golf Course at NC State1509 Main Campus Dr
This is easily the best public golf course in Raleigh, with spectacular views of the downtown skyline.
9 – Lynwood Brewing Concern1053 E Whitaker Mill Rd
The variety at Lynwood is terrific — there’s a beer for everyone here!
10 – North Carolina Museum of Art2110 Blue Ridge Rd
The Art museum is a favorite indoor and outdoor space in Raleigh. The art is phenomenal and the walking trails are perfect for long walks with family and friends surrounded by amazing art.
11 – Raleigh Rose Garden2703 Everett Ave
An historic garden that serves as the display garden for all new roses
presented by the All American Rose Society, featuring thousands of
roses, in more than 50 different varieties, blooming from early
spring through late fall. It’s a wonderful place to stop by for a stroll,
a picnic, special photos, or just a bit of respite during a hectic day.
12 – Salt and Lime Cabo Grill6006 Falls of Neuse Rd
The short rib tacos are the best!
13 – The Station at Person Street701 N Person St
We love their great outdoor patio, plus the spot is very dog friendly!
14 – Trophy Brewery and Taproom656 Maywood Ave
Yes, beer. But the pizza! The lamb sausage is delicious.
15 – Umstead Forest8801 Glenwood Ave
Amid the hustle and bustle of every day, the forest and trails of
Umstead always ground and rejuvenate you – whether you take a
long trail alone with your dog or head out to a picnic or campsite
with a group.
16 – Videri327 W. Davie Street
The Union Special bakery Friday morning popups at Videri are
incredible – there has never been a better North Carolina-milled
flour croissant or blue corn cookie.
17 – Whiskey Kitchen201 W Martin St
The friendly staff here is the perfect complement to the fabulous
food and drink. Definitely worth a visit when the weather is nice and
you can enjoy the patio.
18 – Raleigh Farmers’ Market1201 Agriculture St
A large and inviting farmer’s market that is always very festive in late
fall/early winter!
19 – Angus Barn 401 Glenwood Ave
A Raleigh institution with truly incredible and stunning holiday
decorations every year.
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