The company formerly known as Raleigh Denim, now known as simply Raleigh, had the Grand Opening of their New York City shop recently. We have photos from the party.
Raleigh-Durham is officially (according to the NYTimes) North Carolina’s Axis of Cool. We’ll take it.
I hope my recent actions won’t prevent us from becoming good companions.
Get one of the many North Carolina beers, locals wines or snazzy cocktails underneath Fayetteville Street at downtown Raleigh’s newest bar, Foundation.
Serving up handcrafted libations from the region and beyond.
Local design/build contractor Will Alphin and local architect Vincent Whitehurst are bringing a new bar to downtown Raleigh on Fayetteville Street: Foundation. Design began for the space close to two and half years ago. Believe us when we tell you: it doesn’t get much more quality than this. Both Whitehurst and Alphin have reputations for delivering with integrity. That’s why building owner Jean Pauwels hired them to renovate his building at 213 Fayetteville Street. He is the representative for the entire US for PyroLave, a French company specializing in quarried lava rock, which is then glazed and sold as a variety of architectural products. The second floor of the building will contain gallery/showroom space for PyroLave, and clients will fly in from all over the world to consult with Pauwels at his new space in Raleigh. More images and full description of Foundation below the fold.