105 Commerce Pkwy
Garner, NC 27529-7924
Phone: (919) 772-7771
Fax: (919) 772-7718
105 Commerce Pkwy, Garner, NC, US, 27529-7924
- Phone: (919) 772-7771
- Fax: (919) 772-7718
At Fiesta Mexicana, they take genuine pride in serving guests authentic Mexican dishes made with the finest ingredients available. They want your dining experience to be the best, with fast, courteous service and flavorful food. They make their salsas fresh throughout the day to ensure its ultimate flavor and their tableside chips are kept hot and fried fresh. You can also try one of their other dips like the Queso Fundido or Guacamole.
Raleigh Country Club is one place that every golfer must visit. This 18-hole golf course is a dream come true for every golfer with its complex and strategically located holes. The Club has an excellent golf teaching facility which will help amateurs improve their skills. The Club also has a golf shop, restaurant and an aquatic facility. Available for weddings, banquets, as well as other events.
Dine at the upscale Posta Tuscan Grille in the Raleigh Marriott City Center. Savor the delicious authentic Italian dishes. Prepared using only fresh ingredients, the food here is always full of flavor. The wine list is quite impressive and features bottles from around the world. The restaurant does tend to get full, so a reservation would be wise.
Walk into La Volta for a great Italian meal. The food at the restaurant is the right blend of authentic recipes with a contemporary twist. The wine list features some really good selections. The decor is simple and appealing. Some good dishes to try out include the stuffed pepper and lasagna.
Enjoy country cooking at its best at this antique filled restaurant that serves a wide variety of Southern breakfast dishes, as well as hot meats and delicious vegetables fresh from the State Farmer's Market. they are open Monday through Saturday for breakfast and lunch only; closed on Sundays.
Established in 1938, Clyde Cooper's Barbecue has since been the leader in authentic Carolina style barbecues. The place still has an old world charm to it, with diner-like booths, old black and white pictures and cheap rates for some delicious and filling food. Do try their coleslaw, pork rinds and baby back ribs. They also arrange buffets and private events like weddings and business meetings. One can also purchase their barbecue sauce or souvenirs like t-shirts.
This is down home southern cooking in its purest form. Some breakfast items include the thickest biscuits coupled with the finest sausage gravy and plate-sized pancakes. If you come in for lunch and find barbequed chicken on the menu, you are in luck. Cash only.
Poole's Downtown Diner's menu is constantly changing to take advantage of fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Sono offers a contemporary sushi experience right in the heart of downtown Raleigh. Modern black and red interiors tinged with Japanese accents create a funky aesthetic that makes for the perfect night of sushi-fueled fun. Seasonal ingredients ensure that there is a constant change in the flavors in these innovative rolls. Other star dishes here include the Sono hot wings, assorted tempura, and yaki soba. And of course, no Japanese meal would be complete without some sake, of which there are several varieties at Sono. Go ahead and have a feast!
The Fiction Kitchen caters to vegetarian diners in downtown Raleigh's Triangle. Their menu of 100 percent vegetarian and organic items is healthy and delicious, and attracts meat lovers as well. Most of the ingredients used are sourced from farmers’ markets in town, thus guaranteeing quality, freshness and locavore leanings.
The warm brown hues of the decor at Battistella's strikes the diner upon entering this restaurant. Offering a combination of Cajun-Creole cuisine or South Louisana cuisine, it echoes the local flavors of the South, bringing forth the rich culinary heritage of the region to the dining scene of Raleigh. Shrimp and grits, shellfish and Georgia quail are traditional dishes featured on the menu. Enjoy the prix-fixe selection, carefully chosen by Chef Battistella.
Get ready for an grand burger experience at this intimate restaurant in the heart of the city. Chef and owner Ashley Christensen makes use of unconventional ingredients in each of her popular creations. Sample delights like the Bradley Time; made of roasted beets, Wisconsin buttermilk bleu cheese, red onion, endive and banyul's aioli or The High and Valley; with crushed avocado, bacon-onion jam and blistered red peppers. Other creations include The Dirty South, Spirit Animal and The Big House. Apart from this, there's a selection of sandwiches as well as hot dogs. The beverage selection includes milkshakes, root beer and iced tea. There's beer and wine as well. Check website for more.