March 29, 2019

Spring Wine Walk for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund

Enjoy springtime temperatures at Waverly Place during the Waverly Wine Walk benefiting the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Presented by Johnson Subaru of Cary, the event series returns this spring for a stroll through Waverly Place while visiting your favorite participating shops and restaurants for wine samples and exclusive promotions. Sample red, white and sparkling wine at select Waverly Place merchants, all chosen by Triangle Wine Company. You’ll receive a sampling glass plus a Waverly Walk Passport that allows access to the event. Donations will be accepted at Kay Yow booths located on-site in The Park and near Kale Me Crazy. Guests must be over 21 years of age to sample wines. $15 donation; Friday, 5 – 8 pm (also April 26th and May 31st); 307 Colonades Way, Cary, NC 27518

CAVA opens in Cameron Village

CAVA opens its fifth North Carolina location in Cameron Village. They are serving up Greek and Mediterranean flavors, along with seasonal flavors too. Right now, enjoy their Spring Menu, which features: seasonal roasted vegetables of Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash, Carrots, Cauliflower; a seasonal topping of Sumac Radishes; a seasonal Roasted Tomato soup; and a Spicy Lime Tahini dressing. Order online or through the CAVA app and pick up your order at CAVA’s designated pickup area. The Cameron Village location has indoor and outdoor patio seating, perfect for the warmer weather that is coming! 403 Daniels St, Raleigh, NC 27605

Viceroy’s Holi Festival

Holi Festival is the festival of colors celebrated in India to usher in the spring and celebrate the end of winter. Dance the afternoon away with a color fight and live music. Saturday, 2 pm; Durham Park Central, 502 Foster St, Durham, NC 27701

Open Mic Stand-Up Comedy at Durty Bull

Friday night open mic stand-up comedy is back in 2019! Come out to the brewery from 8-9:30 pm each week to enjoy a free show put on by Rob Schneider Comedy – Not That One and some of our area’s own rising comedian talent. Arrive early for a good seat and to grab some food from the night’s truck before the show! Friday, 8 – 9:30 pm; 206 Broadway St, Ste 104, Durham, NC 27701

Clouds Brewing Marchtoberfest

It’s that time of year again!  We’re hosting our 3rd annual Marchtoberfest event at our Front Street Taproom, and this year we’re making it a two-day, weekend-long extravaganza.   Join us on Saturday for singing and dancing with the Little German Band, Epic Axe Throwing, a stein holding contest, food truck, and special beer release. Sunday is for the kids!  We’ll have a petting zoo and bounce house, plus food truck and beer for mom and dad.  $8 presale, $12 at the door, kids and designated drivers get in for free. Entry includes souvenir mug and one drink ticket! (Online ticket sales will end March 29th at 6pm.) They’ll have a tent, so come hang out rain or shine! Saturday 1 – 11 pm, Sunday 1 – 7 pm; 1233 Front St, Raleigh, NC 27601

Raleigh Warehouse District Treasure Hunt – Tasty Beverage Co.

Use your treasure map to follow clues, solve puzzles, and crack codes on this unique scavenger hunt to find the hidden treasure chest! Meet at Tasty Beverage Co. and then depart with your treasure map on a 60-90 minute scavenger hunt where youwill use their minds and feet to follow clues, solve puzzles, and crack codes to find and unlock the treasure chest for a grand prize! One drink will be included with each ticket. The hunt involves walking a distance of 1.5-2.5 miles in total. The team that finds and opens the treasure chest first will win a grand prize! Saturday, 6 pm; 327 W. Davie St, #106, Raleigh, NC 27601

CurEat Raleigh Scavenger Hunt

Brought to you by CurEat app, thirteen teams will have the opportunity to compete in the first CurEat Raleigh Scavenger Hunt to raise money for the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Agriculture Education Program. If you like eating good food, solving insane riddles, and raising money for your neighbor, then secure your team name and invite 3 friends to join you (teams are limited to 4 individuals). Registration for each CurEat Scavenger Hunter is $50, each team is tasked to raise $1,000 for the Food Shuttle. The team that is the first to solve all the riddles wins a three day/two night trip to Nashville, TN. Prizes will also be awarded to highest fundraiser and second and third place finishers. Your registration fee includes entry into the CurEat Raleigh After Party, treats along the route, and a fun way to give back to the community! $50; Saturday, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm; Downtown Raleigh

Urban Pig Pickin’ at Transfer Food Hall

Join CurEat and the scavenger hunters at an after party at Transfer Co. Food Hall for a pig pickin’ with award winning pitmaster Sam Jones, of Sam Jones BBQ, plus the guys from Longleaf Swine BBQ, and live music from James Davy and Zach Wiley. Your ticket includes BBQ from Sam Jones and more food from Longleaf Swine BBQ; two drink tickets to use at Transfer Co. Food Hall’s Bar; a cocktail from Lassiter Distilling Company; cider tasting from Stem Cider; live music from James Davy and Zach Wiley; and a chance to give back to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle that serves the area around Transfer Co. Food Hall at Camden Street Learning Garden. $65/advanced, $75/door; Saturday, 4 pm; Transfer Food Hall, 500 East Davie St, Raleigh, NC

Cask On Fools

Casks on Fools is the kick off party in Wake County for North Carolina Beer Month! The fifth annual Casks on Fools features unique casks from 20+ breweries. This is a by the glass cask festival celebrating the innovation in craft beer with our friends from breweries from all over North Carolina. A portion of proceeds goes to the NC Brewer’s guild and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of North Carolina. Sunday, 12 pm; 319 West Davie St, Raleigh, NC 27601

Soft Beer Fest

In the two years since Bhavana first opened, they have dreamt of hosting their own, small and thoughtful festival centered on soft and delicate beers, full of flowers, soft music, and friendly faces. They’ll be pouring beers and ciders from some of our very favorite people: Brewery Vivant, Civil Society, Fonta Flora, New Belgium, Oxbow, Shacksbury, TRVE, and Zillicoah Beer Co. Expect subtle and nuanced fermentation flavors, complex aromatics, silky carbonation, and pillowy textures. Spend the afternoon under our fig trees and our skylight, surrounded by the beauty of an early spring. $70 (includes unlimited pours, food, and music); Sunday, 2 pm; 218 South Blount St, Raleigh, NC 27601

By Whitney

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