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A night at Watts & Ward begins with its entrance on the side of the historic Montague building, leading you downstairs to speakeasy-style bar Watts & Ward.

Finding the 1920s-meets-modern cocktail bar is just the beginning of what’s in store at Watts & Ward on Thursday.

Guests at Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward, will hear stories from behind the bar in an exclusive evening of experiential cocktail tasting.

The event is organized by Raleigh Convergence and our partner Hibernian Hospitality. Tickets are $30 and limited in number for a more intimate event.

Attendees will be guided through a tasting of three local cocktails in a flight by Watts & Ward Beverage Director Logan Mosteller.

The program, which begins at 7 p.m. this Thursday, will include stories of the creative products and processes that make the Triangle area unique, including:
  • How award-winning Durham Distillery and Conniption Gin are made
  • A moderated panel will discuss how the ingredients of the local cocktails work together, from herbs to bitters to spirits
  • The ethos of one of Raleigh’s best bars from Watts & Ward’s Saul Parada
A limited number of tickets left! [Purchase now]

Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward

Where: Watts & Ward, 200 S. Blount Street

When: 7 p.m. Thursday. Doors open at 6:40 p.m.

Tickets: $30, inclusive of cocktail tasting and hors d’oeuvres. Additional drinks available for purchase off a special menu. Tickets]

 
Buy tickets while they last!
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Ways to celebrate local ideas, arts, communities and events this week:

FRIDAY: Marbles 21+ play event, 21Marbles. This adults-only event will take you back to your childhood, with Nerf Wars, Nintendo 64 and other throwback games from the decades of the '70s, '80s and '90s.[tickets]

SATURDAY: Mayor's Unity Day. This event celebrates African American history in Raleigh, through "
spoken word, African drumming, and dance and a Cantata of spirituals featuring the gospel choirs of Shaw University, Saint Augustine’s University, NC State University and Southeast Raleigh High School." Free and family friendly, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Raleigh Convention Center. [info]

SATURDAY: Leap Day Bitter Bar. Crude Bitters & Sodas will turn their shop into a speakeasy-style cocktail bar for a limited time, 12-9 p.m. A special cocktail menu will benefit the local chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild. [info]

WEDNESDAY: Mindful Museum Yoga. Attend a
n hourlong vinyasa-style class in the West building of the North Carolina Museum of Art. 5:30 p.m. $13 Members, $15 Nonmembers. [info]

THURSDAY: Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward. [tickets]
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📅 NEXT WEEK & BEYOND: 

Plan on these events coming up later in the month and further out.

MARCH 6-8: International Festival. [info]

MARCH 7: Raleigh Brewing 7th anniversary party. [info]


MARCH 7: 2020 Dix Park 5K. [register]

MARCH 12: "Meet Me There" by Triangle Innovation Hub. [register]

MARCH 14: St. Paddy's Day Block Party. [info]

MARCH 14: St. Patrick's Day Parade. [info]

MARCH 19-22: Art in Bloom 2020. [info]

MARCH 29: Brunch Moore Market. [info]

MAY 4: Converging Stories: What If?, from Raleigh Convergence x Transfer Company [info]

Highlighted items are events organized by Raleigh Convergence.
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