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Executive Mansion

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Executive Mansion

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200 N Blount St, Raleigh, NC 27601-1073
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Sample a cross-section of some of Raleigh’s unique local restaurant venues, blended together with some forgotten historical tidbits that will leave you full of new insights on the downtown culinary landscape. <br><br>Depending on the route, we'll visit 5-6 different local establishments* on Fayetteville Street, Seaboard Station and in Glenwood South/Warehouse districts. <br><br>Here's a taste of what to expect:<br>- A surprising venue that offers a refined take on local cuisine...<br>- A new entrant on the scene, you might never think to try…<br>- Raleigh's "go to" restaurant with a Southern flare…<br>- A Mediterranean and Lebanese favorite in the Triangle... <br>- A Neapolitan pizza and local beer stop...<br>- A unique brewery with American cuisine with a German twist...<br>- A local spot downtown serving organic desserts...<br>- An empanada stop that will knock your socks off...<br>- A local deli in the heart of an oasis... and much more. <br><br>*Tour stops can sometimes vary depending upon scheduling and availability.
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We walked to the Executive ( or Govenors) Mansion Saturday night. Beautiful lights inside and out and the trees, oh my. The dining room was set for 24 people but we couldn't hear the details as it was so crowded. They also has singers there but again we were late getting there.
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Make this stop part of your dowtown walk....no need to make a special trip. Very large home right dwntown.
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The executive mansion isn’t open to the public most of the year. It is centrally located, though, and worth a stroll on the block surrounding the mansion when you are visiting the Capitol district or historic Oakwood. You can get good views from the street of the mansion
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Visiting Raleigh with my brother, he wanted to see the governor's manse. It wasnt open at the time, but nice for my brother to recall.
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We went during the Christmas season open house. The house was decorated professionally, so it was lovely. The best part was the live entertainment. Various groups performed throughout the day. The children's choir was so cute.
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