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The fourth and newest Nantucket Grill is located in the Falls River Town Center in North Raleigh, one-half mile from Falls of the Neuse and Durant Roads. Tucked between Harrington Bank and the site of the North Raleigh Farmers Market, Nantucket Grill & Bar in Falls River is a large, bright, spacious restaurant that has been heartily welcomed to the neighborhood by area merchants and homeowners alike. The attractive, separate bar area offers a lengthy bar top with comfortable seating, in addition to high-top tables and booths for cocktails and dining. The expansive main dining room overlooks the open kitchen and is blessed with plenty of natural light. Various-sized tables and booths are perfect for both small, intimate meals and larger family/friend events. Nantucket specialties are well-represented on the menu, i.e. Lobster Bisque, New England Clam Chowder, Lobster Roll and Fried Seafood, along with popular American grill-fare such as Prime Rib, Filet Mignon, Specialty Burgers, Sandwiches and Gourmet Salads. Nantucket Grill's popular Mile-High Cakes are displayed at the restaurant entry, enticingly welcoming each and every diner.The fourth and newest Nantucket Grill is located in the Falls River Town Center in North Raleigh, one-half mile from Falls of the Neuse and Durant Roads.
Bring a lawn chair to enjoy a live music. Food & Refreshments An array of food/refreshment vendors will be on site during this year's Six Sundays in Spring concert series. Thoroughly multinational but uniquely North Carolinian, Orquesta GarDel thrills audiences with a high-energy Latin dance music experience. The monstrous thirteen-member lineup replicates the format of a classic Nuyorican salsa dura ensemble – a full deck of horn players, percussionists, and coro singers. Rooted in its own arrangements of songs from the great salsa, cumbia, and merengue artists, this is ultimately not a cover band. In 2011 Orquesta GarDel released its debut EP, Lo Que Tú Querías, which consists entirely of original compositions. As GarDel continues to write, flavors of edgy jazz and funky Cuban timba continue to pour from the stage onto the dance floor. The band tours the southeast, having headlined from Roanoke, VA to Charleston, SC, including appearances at the Lake Eden Arts Festival, Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival, North Carolina State University, North Carolina Art Museum, La Fiesta del Pueblo, and Raleigh-Durham hometown venues like Cat’s Cradle and Motorco Music Hall. Founded in 2006 by David Garcia, a professor of ethnomusicology at UNC Chapel Hill, and singer Nelson Delgado, Orquesta GarDel’s members straddle multiple generations, combining Latino music veterans with African- and Anglo-American jazzers. Joyner Park Reminders Please park in Joyner Park's designated parking lot Alcoholic beverages, smoking, and unleashed pets are prohibited at Joyner Park
Let's meet for dinner at Driftwood Southern Kitchen in Lafayette Village. I have not been here, but the website says they cook everything from scratch with ingredients from an many local and regional sources as possible. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/52407433e4b06028db49e9cf/t/5c3a54cd0ebbe85c2b84737d/1547326670219/12.18.18+The+Hits+Menu+DW.pdf