Defining Districts: Warehouse District

In Buzz, June 2022 by Raleigh MagazineLeave a Comment

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Anchored by The Dillon and Union Station, old warehouses give way to hip upfitted industrial buildings housing go-to galleries, goodies, grub and more.

CAM Raleigh

Expand your artistic horizons by viewing CAM’s current exhibitions. (P.S. The museum also hosts Soul Yoga every other Saturday!) @cam_raleigh

Trolley Pub Raleigh

All aboard for a boozin’ tour of the city, with stops along the pedal pub crawl route. Cheers!

Sam Jones BBQ

If you like pig butts, spring for the wood-fired whole hog BBQ sando (and hush puppies, natch).

Aunty Betty’s Gin & Absinthe Bar

The city’s (moody, vivid, eclectic) first gin and absinthe-focused bar has planted itself on our Best Bars list ever since it poured its first drink in 2019 for good reason. @auntybettysbar

Father and Son

Vintage, vinyl and antique finds await at Raleigh’s first midcentury shop, nee 1997.

311 Gallery

Change your frame of mind via this art-astic DTR gallery brimming with must-see abstract and folk art, watercolors, handpainted photos, jewelry & more—NTM that gift shop. @311gallery

The Fairweather

Barefoot luxury meets DTR skyline and treeline views in this new modern condo development.

Oak Steakhouse

Make no mis-steak, you absolutely should load up your steaks at Oak with flavored butter and sauces (!).

Junction West

Junction West’s sun-soaked and light-strewn courtyard is the perf place to perch for a cocktail, vino or brew this summer. @junctionwestnc

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