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Tony's Oyster Bar is a colorful Mardi Gras themed restaurant featuring delicious American Cajun cuisine. Enjoy fresh oysters at the raw bar or kick back at a table with favorite dishes like jambalaya, crawfish etoufee or Creole gumbo. When dinner ends at 10pm the party continues in the bar with live entertainment Thursdays until 12:30am and F-Sat. until 2am.
The historic Oak View County Park is an antebellum farmstead featuring an 1855 Greek Revival house, detached kitchen, cotton gin house museum, livestock barn, carriage house, pecan grove and herb garden. Visitors can also use Oak View's picnic facilities and visit its Farm History Center which is dedicated to telling the story of N.C.'s agricultural development.
Kidzu Children's Museum is an interactive museum for young children and the adults in their lives, located in University Mall. It offers exceptional hands-on exhibits and weekly programs for young children (0-8 years), as well as other special events. It also features the Laughing Turtle Gift Shop. Admission for adults and children 1 and over, $5.50; children under 11 months, free.
This straightforward hotel is 2.6 miles from the Nasher Museum of Art and 2.7 miles from the Museum of Life and Science. Contemporary-styled rooms offer free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living areas and microwaves. Social spaces include a living room-style lobby and an outdoor courtyard. The American restaurant serves breakfast and dinner as well as all-day drinks, including Starbucks coffee. There's also a business center with workstation
GoRaleigh is the City of Raleigh’s public transportation service. Catch a ride on a GoRaleigh bus to various shopping centers, restaurants, museums, parks, movie theaters and more. For more info on park and rides, visit GoRaleigh.org/parkandride
Knightdale, N.C., (just nine miles from downtown Raleigh) is a story of exploration and discovery, which began in 1700 with the English wishing to know more about the land called “Carolina.” Today, the town is a relative newcomer to the Raleigh area.
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Discover Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill - three captivatingly distinct North Carolina destinations within close proximity of one another. Together this metropolitan area is commonly referred to as The Triangle - a family of communities. All represent the best of southern hospitality and seem more like sprawling towns rather than major cities, although Raleigh is one of the fastest growing metropolitan cities in the country -and each has a flavor all its own that makes it an irresistible place to visit, linger in and return too. Combined they attract nearly 25 million visitors annually.
While visiting The Triangle, it is our mission to help you make memories to cherish a lifetime. We'll introduce you to the state's capitol and the Triangle's largest city, Raleigh - a vibrant, fun and trendy city on the move and home to NC State University, Meredith College, Shaw University and Peace College as well as the NHL's Carolina Hurricanes. Durham, home to Duke University and historic tobacco warehouses that now showcase smart dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Picturesque Chapel Hill, home to the University of North Carolina, combines small town charm and cosmopolitan chic. Together the three cities offer all you could want in dining, shopping, nightlife, cultural arts, museums, sports and attractions.
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