The Angus Barn Wild Turkey Lounge has complimentary hor d'ouevres: pickles, olives, peppers, and spreadable cheese with freshly baked crackers that are available for anyone who purchases a drink.
It will be crowded!
Name tags to identify our group will be available so you can identify those in our group. Although there are tables and couch seating sections in the Turkey Lounge, these now need to be reserved. I will attempt to reserve space for us. Standing really is the best way to actually mingle and get to know each other. I hope you can be flexible so that we can move around, mingle, and socialize.
Wine Cellar: A tour of the wine cellar can be arranged...once you are there, let Bob Jackson or Catherine know if you are interested.
The Angus Barn (http://www.angusbarn.com/) was the first major elegant restaurant in Raleigh. In the 60s, men would wear suits or sport coats and women could feel quite comfortable in elegant long dresses. Things have changed, including us, but this is a wonderful place to revisit. Many special occasions have been spent at this wonderful restaurant. Let's make this another memorable one!
$5 Annual dues...on your honor!
Make sure you fully check out directions to the Angus Barn, before you go. It is a bit tricky to get off I540 or Glenwood Avenue / Highway 70. The ramp to the Angus Barn runs south along the side of Glenwood Avenue / Highway 70.
Going east on I540, exit to Glenwood Avenue and Highway 70.
Going west on I540, take the Aviation Parkway exit, go down the ramp to Glenwood, turn left under the bridge, and left again onto the ramp going back onto Glenwood. The Angus Barn is on the right.
Going northwest on Glenwood, take the Aviation Parkway exit ramp, turn left under the bridge, left again onto the ramp going back onto Glenwood. The Angus Barn is on the right.
Going southeast on Glenwood / Highway 70 past Brier Creek, take the ramp along the side of Glenwood toward Lumley Road (I think...I may have to change this later). The Angus Barn is on your right past the light.