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DINNER in the regular dining room!

Click the following link to see the meat, seafood, and other choices:

Angus Barn Dinner Menu (http://www.angusbarn.com/dmenu.htm)

In addition to meat, seafood, and other choices, each dinner includes:

Choose from the following:

Salad, Spinach Salad, Caesar Salad, French Onion Soup, or Soup of the Day.


Baked Potato, Stuffed Potato, Garlic Mashed potatoes, Sweet Potato, Thin Cut Fries, Thick Cut Fries, Baked Onion, White Rice or Rice Pilaf.

+ Freshly Toasted Bread and Homemade Crackers..



(on your own): 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.


Remember, YOUR RSVP IS YOUR COMMITMENT TO THIS TRIP and your future good standing in 2nd Half Adventures and Socials depends on how well you honor your commitments.

Late cancellations (less than 48 hours before the event) or no-shows will be noted in your 2nd Half attendance history and may restrict your ability to sign up for future 2nd Half events. Members are responsible for the attendance and suitability of their guests to participate.

TheAngus 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!

CONTRIBUTION: $5 Annual...


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.