Imagine a dining experience that combines an atmosphere of classical history and elegance with a selection of cuisine that is as exquisitely unique as it is delicious. Then imagine delighting your senses with a world-class wine selection. Now imagine finding this right here in the Triangle. It’s not imagination, its Second Empire Restaurant, and Tavern. Located at 330 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, North Carolina Second Empire combines history, atmosphere, exceptional service, and gourmet cuisine for an unforgettable dining experience.
Second Empire Restaurant and Tavern feature our award-winning Contemporary American Cuisine in two dining atmospheres. Upstairs enjoy the ultimate dining experience in an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere of charm and grace. Downstairs in the Tavern and beautiful Atrium room enjoy a more casual environment. The Capitol Room, Raleigh Room, Pine Room, and Atrium Room are available for private parties seating up to 50 people or various combinations of rooms for parties up to 300 people.
They have over eight-hundred reviews on Google giving them four-point-eight star reviews. Second Empire is very proud to be the recipient of the DiRoNA Award (Distinguished Restaurants of North America), the AAA Four Diamond Award (Raleigh’s only restaurant with this award), and the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence since 1998.
Founded almost 40 years ago by four brothers who came to America from the mountainous region of northern Lebanon, Neomonde has a spirit all its own. That’s because the Saleh brothers decided that anything they sell must be good enough to serve their own family. It is located at 3817 Beryl Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina.
When the Saleh family immigrated to the United States in the 1970s to escape civil war and to pursue educational opportunities, they brought with them their passion for bread and, most importantly, their mother’s recipes. With help from an uncle, a converted pizza oven, and space rented from a Raleigh strip mall, the brothers opened Neomonde Baking Company in 1977.
In 1989, the brothers expanded the Neomonde Mediterranean Raleigh is another promising direction when they opened a deli. Everything in the deli case was prepared from family recipes using only authentic ingredients, most of it by Cecilia herself. At first, food was only available for take-out but, over the years, the brothers added a dining area and patio seating to keep up with their ever-expanding popularity. Now they have over two-thousand reviews on the World Wide Web giving them four-point-six star reviews.
Bida Manda is a thoughtful gathering place celebrating the diverse food traditions and culture of Laos. Bida Manda is the Sanskrit ceremonial term for the owner’s father and mother. It is located at 222 S Blount St, Raleigh, North Carolina. They named the restaurant Bida Manda to honor their parents in Laos, who instilled in us our love of food and its power to bring people together.
Nestled between lush green hills and the Mekong river, laos’ dynamic cuisine reflects the country’s intimate relationship with nature, its culture of generosity, and its French colonial past. Lao cuisine is a flavorful marriage of Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese cooking refined by french technique. Their parents’ recipes and fresh local ingredients are the inspirations for Bida Manda’s menu. Every dish on their menu is exactly what they grew up eating. They are the kind of dishes you might find on the street corners of Luang Prabang and at a Laotian home.
The intimate and warmly lit zones of the space are woven together with images and relics of Laos, custom graphic and art installations by local artists, reclaimed wood furniture, and an enveloping screen of natural sticks harvested from the NC Mountains. They have over one-thousand reviews on google giving them four-point-eight star reviews.
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