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Raleigh Beer Garden to open Tuesday

Watch the World Cup at the Raleigh Beer Garden, which has three floors of bars.
Watch the World Cup at the Raleigh Beer Garden, which has three floors of bars. Courtesy of Hibernian Co.

The Raleigh Beer Garden – the latest venture by Hibernian owner Niall Hanley – will open Tuesday on Raleigh’s Glenwood South.

The beer bar and restaurant, which boasts a world-record breaking 366 individual taps of beer, is at 614 Glenwood Avenue. The three-story, 8,500-square-foot beer and cocktail bar will have a rooftop deck and patio seating.

The restaurant is currently training its new staff and will be ready to serve the handcrafted full menu alongside of the world-record breaking 366 individual taps of beer that will be offered on Tuesday.

Hanley owns the Hibernian, a classic Irish pub with locations on Glenwood South, in North Raleigh and Cary. Hanley also owns Solas, a nightclub and restaurant in Glenwood South, and The Station, a popular bar and restaurant on Person Street, a recently revitalized corner of downtown Raleigh.

Hanley is partnering with Cliff “CliffyB” Bleszinski, who also is part owner in The Station, to open Raleigh Beer Garden. Bleszinski is a well-known game designer and former design director at Cary-based Epic games. He now runs Raleigh-based Boss Key Productions.

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