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.
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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.