Show Date: Saturday November 3, 2001 9:00am-5:00pm (setup 6:00am)
For a free Raleigh visitor info packet, contact the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 849-8499 or visit them online at www.raleighcvb.org
The closest hotel is the Ramada Inn on Blue Ridge Rd, which is 0.3 miles from the festival location. We’ve reserved a block of rooms that will be held till Oct 3 - just tell them you are with the “Bottle Festival”. All other hotels listed are in the Crabtree Valley Mall area, which is 3 miles away at the intersection of I-440 Beltline and Glenwood Ave. Rates quoted were based on single occupancy for Friday night April 27 and are, "like the man says", subject to change.
|Best Western||(919) 782-8650||6619 Glenwood Ave||68|
|Days Inn||(919) 781-7904||6329 Glenwood Ave||52|
|Econo Lodge||(919) 782-3201||5110 Holly Ridge Dr||45|
|Embassy Suites||(919) 881-0000||4700 Creedmoor Rd||130|
|Hampton Inn||(919) 782-1112||6209 Glenwood Ave||69|
|Holiday Inn||(919) 782-8600||4100 Glenwood Ave||100|
|Homestead Village||(919) 510-8551||4810 Bluestone Dr||59|
|La Quinta||(919) 785-0071||2211 Summit Park Ln||89|
|Motel 6||(919) 782-7071||3921 Arrow Dr||42|
|Raleigh Marriott||(919) 781-7000||4500 Marriott Dr||89|
|Ramada Inn||(919) 832-4100||11520 Blue Ridge Rd by Fairgrounds
Tell them you are with the “Bottle Festival”
|Ramada Inn||(919) 782-7525||3920 Arrow Drive||78|
A full list of Raleigh area hotels can be found at: www.cookies-fresh.com/hotel-motel.htm
RV parking and hook-ups are available on the NC State Fairgrounds near the Trinity Road gate. Contact the Flea Market office (919) 829-3533 Fri-Sun for details.
The fairgrounds has a restaurant (Graham Building) and many concession areas (be sure to try the booth that sales roasted corn - a NC treat). Heading towards downtown Raleigh along Hillsborough Rd will take you to many restaurants like Burger King, Arby's, and Kentucky Fried Chicken. The strip along Glenwood Ave from Duraleigh to I-440 Beltline is minutes away and has numerous places like O’Brian’s Ribs, Darryl’s, Golden Corral, Fat Daddy’s, Boston Market, Chili’s, Lone Star, Ragazzi’s, etc. Crabtree Valley Mall has a large food court, and the mall has several nicer restaurants like Kanki and P.K. Chang's. Olde Raleigh Shopping Center (corner Duraleigh and Edwards Mill) is only 1 mile from the fairgrounds and has a grocery store (Harris Teeter) and several nice restaurants like Crowley’s, K&S Cafeteria, China Star, Starbucks, Schlotzsky’s Deli, and Char Grill. Or experience the most famous restaurant in the area - Angus Barn - but be sure to have a reservation, nice attire, and deep pockets.
A full list of Raleigh area restaurants can be found at: www.cookies-fresh.com/dining.htm
For further info, contact Show Chairman Reggie Lynch, (919) 789-4545, PO Box 13736, Durham, NC 27709, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.antiquebottles.com/raleigh/