Great Places To Soak Up Happy Hour In Raleigh

Great Places To Soak Up Happy Hour In Raleigh

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From craft beer flights to specialty cocktails, Raleigh has a happy hour for all tastes.

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    sit at the bar, chat with the bartenders and order the penicillin. drinks will be at least $10 so make a good choice, not just something boring. Time to experiment! -- Alina Patel via Foursquare
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    Awesome selection of beer,liquor and wine. Certainly not what you'd expect from the outside. -- D Sawyer via Foursquare
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    I tried the balls deep phrase and it definitely didn't work. Our waitress was nice enough to ask the bartenders and even the manager and that was a no go. -- Whitney M via Foursquare
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    One of the few bars in Raleigh that I don't feel is making some compromise to appeal to a wider swath of folks. The result is one of the few places in town I genuinely like without reservation. -- Pax Whitfield via Foursquare
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    Had a great lunch here the other day! I got the quinoa salad because they were out of the beet LT. not much seating, but very reasonably priced food. Will definitely be back soon! -- Christine Casoria via Foursquare
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    I haven't had a beer I didn't like here. The range of beers is diverse enough to satisfy everyone from the brew noob to beer snob. As a fan if Brown Ales, I recommend the Sweet Josie. Cheers! -- Ðave via Foursquare
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    Boxcar has a wide collection of draft beer, bourbon and pinball and video games. The back of the bar features skee-ball, air hockey and Atari, Nintendo, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis consoles. -- The News & Observer via Foursquare
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    The holy mole porter may just be the best porter I've ever had. If you haven't had videri chocolate and you live in Raleigh, you're missing out. That and a serious habanero bite make this beer great. -- Seth Powell via Foursquare
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    Great brewery. Terrific beer, open floor plan, darts, board games, and a Galaga arcade cabinet. Try the porter with coffee, it's delicious! -- Nick Reinke via Foursquare
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    I can't express properly my love for the tap selection at Busy Bee. So good. Especially with the yummy locally-sourced food. -- Deirdre Reid via Foursquare
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    Reading with Regina on Sunday nights around 10. Bring a book -- Regina Twine via Foursquare
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    After a couple of the famous IPA’s and a game of pool, head outside--the city’s best food trucks are here every night. For more local tips, follow us on 4sq or check out www.renhotels.com -- Renaissance Hotels via Foursquare
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