Dine Out Downtown - Glenwood South
DRA in collaboration with GSNC will be bringing expanded street dining to Glenwood South restaurants on Saturday November 7th from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. Many restaurants will be providing food and beverage service with seating on Glenwood Avenue. These restaurants include, Sushi O Bistro and Sushi Bar, Anise Pho, Bigfoot Taphouse, La Santa Modern Mexican Food, Wonderland Tapas and Cocktails, Tin Roof, The Rockford, Plates Neighborhood Kitchen, Sushi Blues Cafe, and Hibernian Pub. Many other restaurants in Glenwood South will be providing service on their patios and indoors. There will also be street seating for carryout orders from neighborhood restaurants.
Glenwood Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Jones Street and North Street starting at 9:00 am with dining beginning at 11:00 am. Street service will end at 9:00 pm. Alcohol will only be allowed in the delineated area adjacent to a restaurant while dining at that restaurant. To ensure seating, call ahead for reservations and remember to wear a mask, socially distance, and wash your hands.
Come out and support our local restaurants while safely dining outside. There will also be musicians providing entertainment. For more detailed and up to date information go to the DRA Dine Out Downtown website.
GSNC is holding a community meeting with the new District D Raleigh City Council member, Stormie Forte. You can join this Zoom meeting here to learn more about her views on issues facing the city and ask her questions. There will be other representatives from the Raleigh Office of Emergency Management, Special Events & Hospitality as well as Raleigh Police Department to provide updates and answer questions. Check out our newest GSNC Newsletter.
GSNC Community Meeting with Councilor Forte
Turnbridge Equities has acquired the property at 400 and 410 Glenwood Avenue which includes the historic Pine State Creamery Building. They have proposed a zoning amendment to allow up to 40-story buildings at this site. The Glenwood South Neighborhood Collaborative is conducting a survey of its members so that the neighborhood’s views are fully represented before the Planning Commission and City Council concerning the proposal to allow up to 40-story buildings on 400 and 410 Glenwood Avenue in the Glenwood South district.
Please submit your survey responses no later than Friday, October 23rd in order to ensure your input can be included with the results presented to the Planning Commission and/or City Council at future Public Hearings.