You may have missed it last week—I know I did—but my second review for WRAL’s Out and About was published. This time, I visited Southern Rail in Carrboro to check out their dining scene, knowing full well that the drinking scene is worthwhile! Here are the results:
Southern Rail is a nightlife and dining complex in downtown Carrboro. The Station, their main bar, is housed in a refurbished train station, and the dining takes place in vintage railroad cars. They also have a large beer garden space and two more bars housed inside the facilities. On a warm night with a DJ or band playing outside, Southern Rail and the Station are happening.
I hadn’t tried the food since they first opened five years ago, so I decided to remedy that and investigate whether Southern Rail offered good options for a bite between drinks.
You can read the rest of the post and check out the pictures at Out and About.
Posted: Thursday, March 15th, 2012 @ 3:06 pm
Categories: Cocktails & Liquor, Restaurants, writing.
Tags: drunk food, nonfiction bragging, out and about, railroad cars, restaurant review, southern rail, wral.
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