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Lafayette Village

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Lafayette Village

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8450 Honeycutt Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615-2264
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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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Beverly V wrote a review Mar 2020
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The meal was delectable and the spices in the Bloody Mary with olives just right! The poached eggs were cooked to perfection and beautifully seasoned.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sam B wrote a review Jul 2019
77 contributions12 helpful votes
Nice small shopping center with a European setting. Nice independent shops and cafes-' not usual shops and cafes you find in a big mall. Easy and convenient parking.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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420Lyn1 wrote a review May 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina60 contributions19 helpful votes
La Fayette Village is easy to find - when you get close you’ll see a small Eiffel tower to mark the place. There are many interesting shops and restaurants. In pleasant weather it is comfortable to sit outside and sometimes they have events going on at certain times of the year. We prefer it when it’s a little quieter before schools get out as sometimes in summer it gets packed with families and small kids running around all over the place. If you’ve come for a quiet romantic evening for 2 this is not the place during those times. It’s nice though because the shops are different to the usual mall/strip mall shops, the spice shop especially smells delightful. We have found staff to be pleasant in most places. The coffee shop is lovely although sometimes a little slow in serving, but I find that to be the case with a lot of coffee shops. We’ve enjoyed the food in all the restaurants there and the crepes in Simply Crepes are delicious!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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patandjamie wrote a review May 2019
48 contributions17 helpful votes
If you happen to be close by, then its worth visiting. Its unique and has some French charm. We came to Lafayette village as a destination for the day. Not that kind of place. Some places to eat. A limited choice of shopping. The coffee shop was pleasant. The store owners should review their stategic plan. Or its just a bunch of buildings that might be a little French.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SuperGrand wrote a review Jan 2019
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I have always liked Lafayette Village, but last night we discovered a new (to us) gem, Southern Craft Butchers. We didn't know they served food, but went in, and oh, my goodness, I had the best hamburger I have ever had. If you don't go, you will have denied yourself a real experience. The young owner/butcher is a real delight and very passionate about what he and his partners are doing to provide quality meat to the community. Can't wait to go back.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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