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Marsh Creek Park

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Raleigh, NC - Walking Food Tours

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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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EWNL wrote a review Sep 2015
Raleigh, North Carolina81 contributions48 helpful votes
The skate park is killer! Figuratively and literally. This one skate ramp, which resembles more of an empty swimming pool, is fenced off after someone purportedly and unsurprisingly hurt themselves. Great place to relax and watch skateboarding.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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