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Located at an intersection of Magnum and Parish street, Bull City Burger and Brewery is owned by award winning chef Seth Gross. The place is known for its brewery and its amazing restaurant for using seasonal ingredients. They have 8 brews on the tap at a time and everything used in their kitchen is home grown. They offer tours for 5$ a head only on Saturdays, thus making reservations is necessary. They also host a lot of events and hence is famous among young crowd.
What happens when you mix sushi and burgers? Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar serves this interesting combination of Japanese and American cuisines to its adventurous patrons. A good place to experiment with food, it allows diners to mix and match dishes calling it the Burgushi. The Deliverance Roll is quite delicious. It contains pork wrapped in seaweed and flavored with barbecue sauce. Japanese Beef Tartare, Codfish Truffles and Watercress Soup are also featured on the menu. It's a great place for a casual date or evening out with friends. However, an open mind is all you need to enjoy two diverse cultures come together in a memorable gustatory experience.
The Players Retreat has been a Raleigh burger and beer touchstone since 1951, and is the antithesis of the high energy lounges that dominate parts of West Raleigh. The interiors stand out with dark wood, black booths, and a vintage university feel. Locals come to the retreat for the burgers and largest malt scotch selection in North Carolina. Although the Retreat’s homespun menu has become time-honored, it now offers a bit of sophistication with a comprehensive wine list.
Authentic Cajun dishes await you at The Big Easy. This restaurant serves an extensive lunch and dinner menu and a light, late-night menu featuring classic Cajun and New Orleans style dishes. The Balcony Mezzanine room and the Orange Room can be rented for private gatherings. Each room provides a different atmosphere to enhance your gathering - the Balcony Mezzanine features large mahogany tables and plush couches while the Orange Room is a main dining area with work from local artists on the walls. Live music enhances the experience Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Get ready for an grand burger experience at this intimate restaurant in the heart of the city. Chef and owner Ashley Christensen makes use of unconventional ingredients in each of her popular creations. Sample delights like the Bradley Time; made of roasted beets, Wisconsin buttermilk bleu cheese, red onion, endive and banyul's aioli or The High and Valley; with crushed avocado, bacon-onion jam and blistered red peppers. Other creations include The Dirty South, Spirit Animal and The Big House. Apart from this, there's a selection of sandwiches as well as hot dogs. The beverage selection includes milkshakes, root beer and iced tea. There's beer and wine as well. Check website for more.