If you live in an apartment in Garner, NC you may be looking for some nightlife options. “The Edge,” and Elon paper has made some suggestions for some action around the Triangle in Raleigh:
Raleigh maintains a vast selection of nightlife attractions. The city is divided into eight entertainment districts, one of the most popular being Glenwood South that features shopping, nightclubs and unique restaurants like Hibernian Irish Pub. The Warehouse District, contrary to its misleading name, is actually known for its clubbing scene and popular barbecue restaurant, The Pit.
Raleigh is also home to dozens of live music venues ranging from clubs to taverns. Some of the most notable are Lincoln Theatre, The Pour House Music Hall and The Berkeley Café. Raleigh also has a variety of dance clubs, among them Fubar, Mirage and Solas.
“Mirage is a really good place to go if you’re looking for more of a classy club because the people there are generally older,” said NC State student Courtney Farrell. “They host a lot of DJs. I went when Pauly D was there and it was a good time all around.”
No one wants to spend too much money, and Raleigh’s Carmike Blue Ridge 14 Cinema is a discount movie theater that offers older movies for only $2. Raleigh also offers IMAX theaters for a bigger, more diverse range of showings.