It’s no wonder that Raleigh is consistently voted the best place to live in the United States! Known as the “City of Oaks” due to the plentiful, gorgeous Oak trees that line the heart of the city, Raleigh is home to numerous cultural, educational, and historic sites.
A cheap cost of living paired with great food, endless things to do and the charm of “Southern Living”, you can’t go wrong here! Home to hundreds of restaurants, large retail stores, entertainment complexes, parks and recreation areas. Family entertainment is easy to find as well as fun, outdoor things to do.
Separated into 5 districts (Capital District, Fayetteville Street, Glenwood South, Moore Square & The Warehouse District), Downtown Raleigh is your source of culture, entertainment, and fun, offering an abundance of activities from casual to elegant dining at over 165 restaurants or bars; shopping at a variety of clothing, furniture or antique stores; browsing through more than a dozen art galleries, or dancing the night away at the newest "hot spot."
Lisa's Favorite Places in Raleigh:
North Hills- shopping center with high end chains and indie boutiques, surrounded by upscale apartment complexes and hotels.
Rey's Restaurant - fine dining with a French quarter flair - featuers steaks, chops and seafood
PNC Arena - hosts major concert tours, events, and family shows as well as is the home to NHL, the Carolina Hurricanes
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