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Need help from Raleigh Hounds please

LulusMom | Jun 3, 201808:43 AM     21

I want to give our babysitter a gift certificate to the best, most special restaurant in Raleigh. She just got married and asked for "experiences" for gifts. I'm thinking since this is a wedding gift it should be a bit more upscale than Poole's (I liked Poole's when I finally made it there, but it doesn't look like a "wedding celebration" place). I rarely get to Raleigh, so I'm not sure what makes the most sense. Heron's? Second Empire? Something I'm not even aware of? Grateful for any help you can give me. Thanks!

Herons
Second Empire Restaurant and Tavern
Poole's
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