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Triangle Restaurant Week in Raleigh

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Try French fare at Coquette | Photo by RALtoday

Whether you want to try a new local hotspot or are craving a tried-and-true favorite, Triangle Restaurant Week has it all. This semi-annual culinary event is back Mon., June 6 through Sun., June 12 with meal deals galore.

As of today, there are 28 confirmed participating eateries in Raleigh with various specials like three-course lunches and dinners. More restaurants are being added to the list daily, so be sure to check to see if your favorite Raleigh spot made the list.

If you’re down for a drive, don’t forget to check out the other restaurants participating around the Triangle in places like Cary, Durham, and Chapel Hill.

Before you go ✔️

No reservations are required to participate (but make one if you can to snag the perfect table at your perfect time). The fixed pricing varies per restaurant and is per-person. Drinks typically aren’t included (but can be added for an additional cost).

Pro tip: Some restaurants require the whole table to participate.

Raleigh spots we’re eyeing 🍽️

Azitra | 8411 Brier Creek Pkwy. | $40 | Dine in for dinner at this gourmet Indian restaurant.

Nofo | 2014 Fairview Rd. | $25 | Create your perfect dinner at this upscale southern eatery. Pro tip: Check out the market about the cafe for specialty foods + NC favorites.

Oro | 301 Fayetteville St. | $40 | Choose from items like wild mushroom risotto and braised lamb shank to create your own three-course meal.

Plates Neighborhood Kitchen | 301 Glenwood Ave. | $40 | Add on an optional wine pairing for $15 to enjoy with your three-course dinner.

So*Ca | 2130 Clarke Ave. | $40 | More than 20 countries located south of the Tropic of Cancer are represented on this menu; add a curated drink pairing for $40.

Taverna Agora | 320 Hillsborough St. | $15, $30 | This authentic Greek restaurant is offering lunch and dinner specials featuring items like a spicy feta spread and chicken souvlaki skewers.

The Raleigh Times | 14 E. Hargett St. | $20, $30 | Head to this historic spot serving island glazed chicken and hibachi shrimp for lunch or dinner. Try: Fried pickles with homemade ranch dressing.

Virgil’s Taqueria | 126 S. Salisbury St. | Authentic Mexican cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails.

Vivace | 4209 Lassiter Mill Rd. | $50 | This contemporary Italian restaurant is offering a three-course dinner with items like bruschetta, pappardelle, and tiramisu.

Young Hearts Distilling | 225 S. Wilmington St. | Raleigh’s first distillery serves plates like cheeseburger sliders + local charcuterie. Try: The Lucid Dreamer cocktail, concocted with house-made gin.

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