The one thing that got us through 2020? Alcohol. (There, we said it!)” – Raleigh Magazine
Our friends at Raleigh Magazine thought a lot about whether to bring back their annual Best Bars issue in February, and, ultimately, they decided that, this year especially, Raleigh’s bar scene deserved to be celebrated, and we agree! We would like to thank Raleigh Magazine for naming 10th & Terrace at Residence Inn Raleigh Downtown, one of the 50 Best Bars in Raleigh specifically being recognized as the bar with the “Highest Elevation.”
Take things next level (literally) on this chic 10th-floor rooftop of the Residence Inn Raleigh Downtown. Breathtaking (and ’gram-worthy) views overlooking Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts and miles of decked DTR streets play backdrop to palatable local brews, fine wines and craft cocktails—not to mention its famed summertime boozy popsicles.”
We invite you to come to enjoy cocktails, delicious shareable plates, or a glass of wine high above the city streets. Of course, have your phone ready for a little photo shoot ? that is sure to make all your friends jealous.
Be sure to check out the full article online at RaleighMag.com. It reads like an awesome guide to everything Raleigh has to offer and we are honored to be a part of it.
About 10th & Terrace
Our current hours of operation at 10th & Terrace are Tuesdays-Saturdays from 3-9 p.m.
10th & Terrace capacity is currently 70 guests during patio-friendly weather, we’ll reduce it to 32 when conditions are not favorable. Reservations are not required – seating is available first-come, first-served.
**10th & Terrace welcomes guests 21 years and older.**
About Raleigh Magazine
As one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, Raleigh is transforming into a thriving metropolis and someone needs to keep up with what’s going on. That’s why Raleigh Magazine is an integral part of the Triangle community. They are an informative and entertaining resource that covers everything from dining to drinks, art to entertainment, plus a healthy dose of news and features.
They take the pulse of what’s going on, so you can stay informed about your city. They search for compelling content every month that translates into newsworthy stories that capture the every-changing landscape of our city. Visit them online at RaleighMag.com.