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Old 03-14-2010, 02:46 PM
 
Location: Boston, MA
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We ended up going to Isaac Hunter's after 18 Seaboard. The staff @ 18 Seaboard is absolutely wonderful! I really felt comfortable @ Isaac Hunter's though- great place!
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Old 03-14-2010, 05:17 PM
 
Location: Raleigh, NC
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Hi everyone! My boyfriend and I are in Raleigh for the week (visiting from MA) and are looking for suggestions for nightlife. We're already going to the comedy club one night and to a Bruins/Canes game another night.

I hate dance clubs and loud music. I like good beer, a place you can have a conversation, and some good food on the side would be nice too!

I read over some forums and have taken these places into consideration- Five Star, Humble Pie, Poole's Diner, and Amedeo's North. Any input?

Thanks in advance!
If you like good beer I'd go to the Flying Saucer, Solas is nice but a little pricey, hibernian and nappy tandy's are ok too.
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Old 03-15-2010, 06:55 AM
 
Location: Downtown Raleigh, NC
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I'm a little late to the game, but have a few suggestions besides the ones that have already been mentioned.

A new brewpub that you might enjoy is Natty Greene's. It is right around the corner from Napper Tandy's and the rest of the Glenwood nightlife. Natty Greene's and Napper Tandy's both serve food, but if you are looking for a nicer restaurant, two decent restaurants nearby are 518 West for Italian and 42nd Street Oyster Bar. Zely & Ritz and Tobacco Road are also nearby and offer different fare, but both are very good.

Flying Saucer is great for the beer selection, but it can be really loud inside. If the weather is nice, they do have a good patio, though.

Boylan Bridge Brewpub has a great patio that has the best view of downtown.

Definitely check out Poole's Diner - the food is excellent.

Foundation is another cool bar to check out. They have NC beers and some excellent cocktails.

Bu-ku is a newer restaurant that has excellent food billed as "global street food".
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