Are you attending the 2019 ACRP Southeast Regional Conference? The Florence team will be there and we couldn’t be more excited to listen to some of the speakers, engage with Clinical Research Professionals and explore the city of Raleigh.
Florence never misses out on an opportunity to learn new things and explore new places. As we made our packing lists, we also gathered a list of the top attractions and restaurants to visit while in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Want to meet the explorers? Stop by our booth to meet the Florence team or connect with us below to set up a time to chat.
One of the newest and most popular places in Raleigh, Morgan Street Food Hall has lots to offer. From crepes to lobster to pizza to empanadas, there is something here for everybody- all in one convenient and creative venue.
Looking for amazing down-home southern cooking? Look no further. Beasley’s is owned by one of Raleigh’s best chef’s and is notorious for their delicious Chicken and Waffles! On the weekends there can be a bit of a wait but believe us it when we say it is worth it!
One of the most unique restaurants in the heart of Raleigh, Brewery Bhavana, has lots to offer with amazing dim sum eats and a space that doubles as a flower and book shop. Natural light floods the ethereal white interior for an experience to remember.
The home of The Raleigh Times paper press now houses an iconic restaurant, rooftop and bar. Tasty American pub food is served within the original walls of this 100 year old building with fragments of historic articles displayed throughout the venue.
Serving scrumptious Greek food in a beautiful atmosphere covered in white and blue, Taverna Agora is a Raleigh must-do. If you decide to visit this beautiful restaurant, be sure to check out its amazing rooftop nested in the trees on one of the most famous streets in Raleigh.
This friendly four-story green oasis has the most taps in the world under one roof with 350+ draft beers. Locals love this expansive tree covered city escape with a jumbo tree in the front lobby and an expansive back patio full of picnic tables.
A cozy, couch-filled, speakeasy that is tucked away with one small neon sign outside pointing down to Fox’s Liquor Bar in Raleigh. Locals love this cocktail lounge for a calm, low-lit and relaxing evening of beautiful craft cocktails.
If you are looking for delicious craft cocktails and beer in a modern venue, Whiskey Kitchen is your spot! With hip decor and giant garage doors that roll up to an expansive patio, this venue also serves southern fare by a friendly and accommodating staff.
Looking for a some gaming fun in a lively bar-scene environment? Boxcar is the perfect arcade destination for you! Head to Boxcar for a night full of skee-ball, Pinball, Mario Cart and more – all in the center of a bustling downtown Raleigh.
An expansive underground speakeasy with a wide array of comfy couches and wonderful craft-cocktails to make you feel right at home. Watts and Ward was modeled after 1920’s America and often has live music to add to the the relaxing vibe.