12401 Wake Union Church Rd
Wake Forest, NC 27587-7436
Phone: (919) 556-4007
Fax: (919) 570-0525
Lean back and stretch out in comfortable seating as you watch the latest hit release at Marquee Wakefield 12 in Raleigh. With its state of the art sound system and digital technology, you're in for a thrilling movie watching experience. Have a birthday party here or bring a large group, this movie theater even provides private movie showings.
This independently owned and operated movie theater is the result of the owner's passion for films and film industry which has produced a cinema that is well-kept and a pleasure to visit. The popcorn from the concession stand is a real treat. If you're in need for a way to entertain guests during a party, try out the cinema's Outdoor Movie Exhibition for an outdoor movie experience your guests won't soon forget!
At Raleighwood Cinema Grill enjoy the perfect night out: dinner and a movie. Their restaurant menu is extensive, offering more than pizza and traditional cinema snacks. Tickets are always USD4.50 but ticket sales are cash only. The restaurant does accept credit cards. Tickets sell-out quickly, be sure to purchase them in advance - especially if you'd like to make the first showing. On crowded nights be prepared to share your table with other patrons.
This movie theater has many movie screens each hosting the latest movie release for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
This independently owned and operated movie theater is the result of the owner's passion for films and film industry which has produced a cinema that is well-kept and a pleasure to visit. The popcorn from the concession stand is a real treat. If you're in need for a way to entertain guests during a party, try out the cinema's Outdoor Movie Exhibition for an outdoor movie experience your guests won't soon forget! The Colony doesn't accept credit cards which is a shame since it does serve beer.
This cineplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website for details.
A mainstay in the music culture of North Carolina, the symphony has entertained music lovers since 1932. Meymandi Concert Hall is its regular home, but performances can take place at other venues ranging the gambit from concert halls and auditoriums to gymnasiums and outdoor arenas. The Koka Booth Amphitheater in Cary, North Carolina is one such outdoor venue in which the North Carolina Symphony regularly performs in during its Summerfest program. The Symphony's Summerfest program has become a popular attraction during the summer months and is a wonderful way to introduce orchestral music to children. Many families spread blankets on the lawn and have a picnic while enjoying the music.
Disco Rodeo is a live music venue located in the city of Raleigh. This venue books musicians that range the gambit of music genres. Disco Rodeo doesn't have a website so you'll have to follow your favorite artist to determine when or if they'll play here next. There's ample parking but come early if you want to grab a good spot in which to watch the bands perform. The venue provides both a ground floor and balcony in which to view the performance but it's standing room only. Disco Rodeo is easy to find off of Interstate 440.
Raleigh Grande 16 is a 16-screen cinema with screens featuring the latest in sound and digital technology. Coupled with comfortable stadium seating, refreshments and a lounge area, this cinema is a fun place to watch a movie. Sit back, relax and rest-assured that you won't be blocked by the person in front of you. Call for ticket prices and showing times.
Pay your money at the door and step inside the oldest movie theater in Raleigh. Unlike the carbon copy mega multiplexes of today, this place has character that is affordable. Top it off with award winning popcorn (made with real butter) and it's an experience worth attending. Two theaters inside offers an intimate setting while box office blockbusters play along-side independent films and cult classics. If you haven't experienced the unique adventure of a midnight showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show or just can't get enough of it, The Rialto features one every Friday night.
An elegant and upscale venue, 18 Seaboard is where one should take guests in order to impress. The pleasant service, delicious taste and great drinks make for a heady concoction. Contemporary American flavors rule the menu with dishes like Pan seared Foie Gras, Seared Crescent Duck Breast and Pamlico Sound Shrimp among the frequently ordered. The restaurant also caters for private functions, providing state of the art facilities for the same.
A delicious, guided, walking food tasting tour, sprinkled with historical tidbits of downtown Raleigh. Explore and discover a culinary perspective of downtown Raleigh that even an insider might not know. Tours are currently scheduled on a limited basis Saturdays at 2:30p and Thursdays at 9a. Meet ten minutes before on the porch of the Capital City Grocery in the Seaboard Station area, 10 West Franklin Street, Raleigh (tickets must be purchased in advance). See web site for available details. Triangle Food Tour is open on Thursdays from 9am and on Saturdays from 2.30pm.