Raleigh >Bars & Clubs > City Limits Saloon
Loved the dance floor, music video's and great bartenders and drink specials. General manager is the best@
this place blows !.
My friends and I hear the advertisements all the time for this place so we thought we'd give it a try.
First off the dance floor is so small and pack you cant dance on it and the speakers are so loud with too much treble and no bass that it hurt my ears..
I thought this was gonna be a nice big place but boy was I surprised!
Great country saloon.
We won free admission to the saloon this weekend, so it was my first time there. It was alot of fun, the music was awesome from the bands. We saw 2 country music singers that you would normally expect to see at a place like the RBC Center. All the staff were friendly. The drinks were really good. I plan to go back for the mechanical bullriding and free line dancing lessons.
The only bad thing I have to say about the place is the location. Driving out was difficult because it is a one way street. Since I am not a smoker, I wish they didn't allow smoking, but that's typical bar atmosphere.
Ye-HAW!. I went to City Limits twice so far--I don't think I could be a regular since I am a fan of country, but not so much that I would go to a country bar that often. It is a comfortable atmosphere and it is large enough. I went recently for a concert by Darius Rucker & it was so nice!! He was awesome with his fans since he went out to the audience and took pictures, talked, and signed the CD that came with admission....
BEST BAR EVER!!!!. Since coming to North Carolina city limits has been by far my favorite bar! The bouncers,bartendars, and overall atmosphere of the place is great! I even met my husband at this bar three years ago!! BEST bar to let loose and have a good time!
best bar/club EVER!!!!. this is pretty much the only bar/club we go to anymore! the music is great, bartenders are super sweet and make great drinks.... everytime we go we have way too much fun!
At this country Western-style bar, ride the bull, mingle or do some down-home dancing..
Don your 10-gallon hat or cowgirl boots for this saloon scene. Don't be intimidated--after a few drinks (try the Donkey Punch served in a huge souvenir boot cup), you'll be able to dance on the tables (it's allowed). With a dance bar and a dance floor, there are plenty of wide open spaces to roam. People-watch on the patio (heated in winter), park yourself at the picnic tables, relax in a rocker, or ride the mechanical bull.
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