Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina and home to a diverse population of people and some fantastic restaurants. Whatever you are hungry for, the state’s capital is sure to provide you with beyond satisfactory results. Let this town fulfill your desire for great food and a fun atmosphere.
42nd St. Oyster Bar and Seafood Grill offers a southern taste of seafood. This restaurant has come far since opening in 1931 as a grocery store that served oysters and draft beer. The restaurant’s menu offers a variety of seafood cooked several different ways to satisfy your taste buds. Everything on the menu is obtained locally and is fresh. Local live music and entertainment are offered on specific dates listed on the website. The restaurant offer’s delicious seafood, a lively atmosphere, and a promise for an overall experience you won’t forget.
If you’re looking for entertainment, exceptional food, and a classic southern experience, the Angus Barn is the place to go. This restaurant offers not only a delicious cuisine, but also an award-winning wine cellar, pavilion with exciting entertainment, different special events, and
their famous Wild Turkey lounge and Meat Locker smoking lounge. As you might have figured with a name like the Angus Barn, this restaurant is a steakhouse offering menu options in steak, seafood, and all locally grown vegetables. Walter J. Royal, Iron Chef America winner and his staff prepare all the food. Visit the website to see the different events they are hosting and don’t forget to bring your appetite when you visit the Angus Barn of Raleigh NC.
The Roast Grill is a classic hot dog joint located in historic downtown Raleigh. Featured on the television show Man Vs. Food, this little diner is famous for its 90% beef hot dogs. The menu is classic and straightforward serving only hot dogs cooked on their 70-year-old original grill and glass bottled Cokes. You can’t get any more traditional than that. The menu has stayed the same since the restaurant opened in 1940. If you’re in the neighborhood of historic downtown Raleigh, then head on over to the Roast Grill and grab a hot dog and a coke.