It's the perfect day for cheese & wine & sunshine – enjoy half featured wines today! Open at 5! #DTRaleigh pic.twitter.com/f5y4XblUO6
— Babylon Restaurant (@eatdrinkBabylon) March 30, 2016
The Glenwood South Neighborhood Collaborative is inviting everyone to their first of an ongoing event called Glenwood Faire. The neighborhood event combines food from Glenwood South restaurants as well as volunteer and activity groups all around a fantastic social setting.
The event takes place at Babylon and tickets get you food from 10 restaurants. Buying your ticket in advance is the best option as it is only $10, while door tickets cost $15.
Date/Time: Sun., April 17 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
309 North Dawson Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
Buy Tickets Here
More than simply a “taste of” event, Glenwood Faire aims to create collisions between people in order to build stronger ties in and around the neighborhood. The GSNC has a proven track record of doing such things around creative projects so extending it to food is a great project.
These regular opportunities to join each other at quarterly parties are sure to promote the kind of relationships that make this neighborhood a unique model for downtown life.
Read more about the event on the Raleigh Downtown Living Advocates.
- None right now. Must be a new project.
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It’s kind of ironic that, with all the restaurant venues in Glenwood South, the event is scheduled to take place outside the official boundaries of it.
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