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While in the Raleigh Area, you must visit this cute little cluster of stores that resemble a French Type Plaza. The aromas coming from the various restaurants were awesome. We visited the Olive Oil Shop and sampled some various seasoned oils with little pieces of...More
We've been here several times and haven't been disappointed yet. We sat at the bar and the bartender was friendly and efficient. My mixed drink was strong and tasty and they had a good coffee porter for my husband. The calamari was crisp with 2...More
Lafayette Village is a fun place to visit with all the restaurants and shops. There have been some changes since my last review but most of the tenants are the same. There is a florist now; a pharmacy; a noodle restaurant, a juice bar; a...More
It was a little cool but sunny so we checked this place out. We were later in the day and most shops closed around 6 pm so we walked around and then decided to eat at the Driftwood Southern Kitchen and then had desert at...More
I took my daughter to Raleigh for her birthday to shop, visit places she wanted to go and see the NC Museum of Science. While there I took her to the shops of Lafayette. It's supposed to be like a European Village, but it's a...More
This quaint old world style shopping center is chuck full of cool plays to visit. I come here often especially to visit Savory Spice Shop and Southern Craft Butchers. These two establishments are the best of the best in the Triangle with proprietors that value...More
As others have pointed out, not much is actually French about Lafayette Village; whoever put up those pictures of France in the streets even managed to include the London Tower for some reason - ignorance probably. Having said that, it still a more pleasant place...More
North Raleigh moms have their own look. Fit, well cared for and usually in small group all complete with Louis Vuitton purses and a kid or two. You will see plenty of them here intermixed with business men and coworkers celebrating the end of the...More
I'd recommend the Renaissance as well. For a less expensive option, try one in Wake Forest. Only about 6- 9 miles away from Lafayette village. There is a Tuesday morning that you pass as well on Falls of Neuse near Wake... More
I'd recommend the Renaissance as well. For a less expensive option, try one in Wake Forest. Only about 6- 9 miles away from Lafayette village. There is a Tuesday morning that you pass as well on Falls of Neuse near Wake Forest. Jubala Coffee and Simply Crepes are a must at the Village. Stuff and Such has cute gifts as well.