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    by FreeCloud Written Oct 4, 2002

    Feel great in the nice spring breeze eating out door. Don't want to go back to work afterwards!

    It is very close to the Prime Outlet mall, next to the RDU airport, also close to RTP, so many people working in RTP would come over for lunch.

    Favorite Dish: Too many (see the complete menu on their website).

    I had for lunch, 'Le Panini' section:
    Grilled Portabello $6.25

    'Grilled portabello, roasted peppers, eggplant, provolone and basil infused in olive oil'. Came with a pasta salad as well.

    All above stuff (except the pasta) is on a fucaccia bread. Excellent food. Pasta salad is a bit greasy but of olive oil.

    My friends had 'Chef Salad':
    'Grilled checken, sliced ribeye, marinated olives, roasted peppers, tuscan beans and goat cheese', which looked gorgeous. It came with gourmet greens, not the usual tasteless and nutritionless iceberg lettuce served in other restaurants.

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    by FreeCloud Written Oct 4, 2002

    Healthy and interesting food.

    Menu:
    http://www.babymooncafe.com/images/menuchoices.htm

    Good treat dine outdoor in the evening or during lunch time if weather is nice.

    Favorite Dish: Mediterranean fare

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    by jmpncsu Written May 6, 2013

    My wife and I recently started rock climbing at Triangle Rock Club, an indoor climbing gym in Morrisville, near RTP and RDU airport. Since we've started climbing, we can't get enough. Although sometimes, my sore arms wish I did. The staff are great and have been really helpful and friendly to us newbies, belaying for us until we get certified and providing instruction and encouragement as we "learn the ropes". The gym has many different walls to climb, from easy 5.1 to 5.12 in grade as well as bouldering climbs, so there's something for all skill levels. We visit through their Meetup.com group, but they also have day passes, monthly memberships, summer camps, and other programs available to suit everyone's needs. They also organize trips for outdoor climbing at locations like Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock. We hope to go climbing at some of these locations when we get better at indoor climbing. So whether you're an experienced climber or new to climbing, check out Triangle Rock Club and have a lot of fun while getting a killer workout.

    Equipment: You can rent shoes and harnesses from the gym or bring your own. They sell them there, but its probably cheaper to get at Dick's or REI.

    Related to:
    • Mountain Climbing

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