The beer flows in Raleigh. The flow has many flavors and venues.
Adding to that list of beer drinking venues is the Raleigh Beer Garden which will be situated at 614 Glenwood Avenue. The office building already on the site is up for a makeover and the beer garden will take over.
The new place comes from the folks behind Hibernian Irish Pub, Solas, and The Station. Posted here are some renderings of the new place that show the direction that New City Design Group are going with this project.
It looks like there will be a ton of outdoor space with a splash of greenery around various nooks and crannies. The two-floor design offers a few balconies as well, great for people watching. (and the view!)
Is there a term for a restaurant that has a ton of beer taps? The Raleigh Beer Garden plans to have over 100 so that makes it an extreme multi-tap restaurant with only The Flying Saucer able to come close within downtown Raleigh.
Here’s the current building as of December 2013. We could see movement on this project in Spring 2014.
- Glenwood South Construction Photos, November 2014 | November 27, 2014
- The Glenwood South and Carolina Ale House Saga Looking Positive | October 20, 2013
- Centerline Digital Expanding in Glenwood South | September 23, 2015
I think this is a great transformation and reuse. A vast improvement from what’s there now. Thanks for sharing the good news with us, Leo.
Have a Happy New Year everyone!!!
I hope they get rid of that curb cut while they are at it.
The Beer Garden
Hanley is a creative genius. Can’t wait to see what concept he makes a half-assed attempt at next.
I still have no idea why we need a place with 100 beers on tap… 10 of which will be ordered and 90 which will go stale. They should go “legit” beer garden- 5 GREAT beers and miller lite for those with no sense of taste.
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