August 31, 2015
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Story Line and Dine - CinéBistro Opens Friday
Waverly Place Shopping Center, Cary 

It's time for a tale...
The scene - You, a friend, or date converge toCineBistro at 525 New Waverly Place in the Waverly Place Shopping Center in Cary. The movie theater with a fine dining twist opens this Friday, Sept. 4th.

Eating Dinner - an edible metaphor of yarns being spun on the big screen. You'll sit in luxury seating and enjoy full in-theatre service, all while watching first-run or independent films in reserved reclining love seats. In addition to daily specials created by Executive Chef Jason Bianco, the menu will include such high-end selections as Wagyu beef sliders, The Bay crab dip, pan-seared Atlantic salmon, beef filet, North Carolina trout, sesame-seared tuna, pimiento cheeseburger, Cinéful chocolate cake, and more. To view the full food and drink Menu, Click Here.

But this saga has a kicker - The movie theatre will have six screens, half with 3-D capabilities. The auditoriums range in size from 45 seats up to 80. Everything is custom built, including the electric recliners. The screens are hung at just the right height so those in the back row with their seats fully reclined can still see the action.

The theater is geared toward adults with a menu more suited to adult tastes and an indoor/outdoor bar with a wide selection of wines, liquors and craft beers. The bar and dining area is open to those who may not be watching a movie.  Since CinéBistro is tailored to more mature audiences, the establishment limits attendance to those 21 and over for films beginning after 6pm.

How it works - To enjoy wait service at your seat, arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled showtime. Better yet, start at the lounge for pre-show cocktails and an appetizer.
They will announce when you should be seated in the auditorium. Our usher staff will help locate your RESERVED seat! Enjoy a custom on-screen pre-show entertainment during the seating, ordering and serving process. Service staff will come to your seat and provide service until the start of movie trailers. In order to ensure the most enjoyable experience possible, they do not offer service once movie begins.

For guests after in-theatre service has ended, ordering is available at the bar area at the front of the theatre. Staff will be available to take your order and if necessary, provide you with a pager to notify you when food is ready for you to pick up and bring back to the auditorium.

Once finished with your dinner, they suggest that you place your napkin over your plate and positioning your swivel dining table fully out and away from you. If you finish your meal before the movie starts, a waiter will remove plates from your table.

Reserve (purchase) your tickets online or at the theatre's Concierge Desk. Remember, at CinéBistro, you always get to choose the seat you will be sitting in! Never the need to rush into the theatre! Due to demand, it's highly recommended purchasing your tickets in advance. Bring in your confirmation number from your online purchase and visit the Concierge Desk or ticketing kiosk to retrieve your tickets upon arrival.

Purchasing tickets for the new releases opening on the upcoming Friday and running through the following Thursday are posted for sale online and at the Concierge Desk by mid-day every Tuesday.

CinéBistro: 525 New Waverly Place, Waverly Place Shopping Center, Cary 27518. Website.

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Save A Horse ... Ride The R-Line at First Friday, Raleigh - September 4 
Fall Forward to First Friday?: Yes, the kids are back at school. Yes, the Legislature is STILL in town. And No, it is not time to turn back the clocks ... But it is time to enjoy the first hints of fall weather and head to First Friday events in downtown Raleigh on September 4. You know the drill ... lots of art galleries, restaurants, and bars are open late to create a festive evening. Start your Labor Day right and fall forward to First Friday! See Website for all events and info.
"Roadside Attractions" at Gallery C: Drew Deane, an artist now living in Brevard County, remembers her parents packing her and her brother up and going along old highways to find 60's era tourist destinations. She became fascinated with the neon signage, motor courts, and roadside attractions. Her newest exhibition, "Roadside Attractions: Oil Paintings by Drew Deane" opens at Gallery C on First Friday.  Also check out the continuation of the popular exhibition, "Rawhides and Rodeo Queens".  Website
Chamber Music and Artist Exhibition at The Raleigh Wine Shop: The Raleigh Wine Shop is continuing their artist exhibition series and welcoming back Chamber Music from 7-9p.m. Great live music and beautiful locally made jewelry, and the best wine by the glass. So grab a glass, or five from their Wine Station on your First Friday art crawl!  Website 
First Friday at the N.C. Museum of History - 5 to 9 p.m: Sample Latin cuisine, taste craft beers, and discover hidden stories presented by filmmakers and photographers. And it's the final weekend to see the blockbuster exhibit Starring North Carolina! Everything is free except exhibit admission, and that has been reduced! Catch the program Hidden Stories of Abandoned Places from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Chef J.P. Murcia, who operates KocinA Food Truck and KocinA Grill, will serve up scrumptious samplings of spinach empanadas, chicken arepas, sweet plantains and Cotija cheese.  Website 
ANDY FARKAS Print at Adam Cave Fine Art: Last Sunday, August 30th, Adam Cave Fine Art hosted Asheville artist Andy Farkas' unveiling of his all new, never-before-seen, Moku Hanga woodblock print.  Similar woodblock editions have been selling out quickly around the country which made this event all the more exciting. In addition, six prints by the artist were recently acquired by the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History. Check out this "must see" gallery during First Friday. Website

An opening Reception on First Friday at 311 Gallery presenting "Sometimes in Time", a rockin' good time featuring the interactive, multi-axial, kinetic sculptures of Kevin Duval. Varying shapes, colors, and  object placement make each piece unique in its static state, while select pivot placement, careful balancing, and human interaction allow them to dance an original number each time they are touched. Round and round we go-and how we go only you know! The exhibit runs form Sept. 2nd through Sept. 25th.

311 Gallery - 311 West Martin St. Raleigh, 27601. Hours: Wed.-Sat. 11:30am-4:00pm. Website

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Let's Tailgate with Bailey's Fine Jewelry - On Thursday, Sept. 10 from 6-8 pm for Date Night. This fun evening at Bailey's Fine Jewelry in Cameron Village is partnered with 99.9 the Fan. Serving beer from Goose Island and Stella Artois and food from Hibernian. Get ready for the corn hole competition (each corn hole made receives a $25 Gift Card!) and NC State football ticket giveaways. See you at the Tailgate Party!
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Store Hours: M-F10am - 6pm, Thursdays until 8pm, Sat. 10am - 5pm. Website.

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Save the Date! C.T. Weekends Fall 2015 Fashion Show benefiting InterAct of Wake Co., Tuesday, Sept. 29th at 12 noon to 1pm. Held at 18 Seaboard. Tickets are $25 and include Lunch. For Reservations Call (919) 787-9073.
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