Raleigh History Bites
NC Eat & Play’s Raleigh History Bites is presented by Dos Taquitos Restaurant, Raleigh’s most beloved and oldest Mexican restaurant serving up authentically fun dining and flavors since 1991.
Raleigh History Bites: Q&A with Pamela Salamanca of Raleigh’s Oldest Mexican Restaurant, Dos Taquitos
Dos Taquitos Restaurant, Raleigh’s most beloved and oldest Mexican restaurant, has been serving the Triangle since 1991. Owner, Pamela Salamanca, inherited the restaurant from her father who founded Dos Taquitos after emigrating to the States. We sat down with Pamela...
The NC State Fair is an iconic event that is treated like a holiday in North Carolina, bringing joy and excitement to the state for almost two weeks every year since 1853. Presented by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and sponsored by various businesses,...
Spanning more than 80 acres in the Bull City, The Museum of Life and Science is an imaginative wonderland for guests of all ages.
Did you know that the 5th oldest operating amusement park in the country is located in the heart of Raleigh?
Only an hour from Raleigh, the Aloha Safari Zoo in Cameron, NC is a worthy trip for families looking to get up close to exotic animals. The zoo is a sanctuary for exotic pets that were bought and abused or neglected. Dean and I really enjoyed feeding the giraffe at the zoo.