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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Steak House
Today 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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4325 Glenwood Ave Raleigh, NC 27612
4325 Glenwood AveUSNCRaleigh27612
Steak House, Wine BarToday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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Fleming's Raleigh, NC is an ongoing celebration of exceptional steak and wine. We are located at the Crabtree Valley Mall on Glenwood Ave, near North Raleigh, Country Club Hills, and Cameron Village.
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High-end steakhouse chain with aged prime beef & classics such as lobster tails & pork chops.- Google
People talk about filet mignon, small plate, prix fixe menu, mac and cheese and truffles
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Nicole Stafford
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I had my wedding reception here and loved it!!! Jennifer, the Private Dining Director is great!! I had a small wedding so their cocktail reception perfectly went with what I envisioned. All of my decorations were set up beautifully and the food was awsome. It was a very romantic setting. I also wanted to mentioned the servers they had to attend to my guests were equally as great! I would definitely suggest this venue for someone looking to throw a intimate and romantic event!!!
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Badman Doe
reviewed a year ago
I knew this was a chain going in and hoped that at least it would be better than than the half dozen experiences w other business dinners I and colleagues had at Ruth Chris w/in last 1-2 years. It was pretty comparable, but disappointing none the less. Food is pretty average considering the pricing, steak not cooked to temperature requested. Manager took it away and offered to cook another, but no point when others were finding their steaks topped with an odd margarine flavor. Manager seemed as if this were pretty routine and not too concerned. Our server was great but spread thin trying to correct our orders and cover the other tables during busy period. Server was definitely the best part of our experience. So giving up on meetings here or Ruth Chris - both pretty mediocre and a big expense for my company.Will continue to find a venue that can provide an honestly good steak, properly prepared, with a genuine sense of hospitality.
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Bill Reiser
reviewed a year ago
Absolutely the best steak I have had in a while. I ordered the 8 oz filet (medium) and was treated to a juicy, tast treat. The side of chipoltle mac and cheese put my mom's to shame. I will return soon and often!
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Ginny Terrell
reviewed a month ago
This place is sub-par. For what they charge, you'd expect the food to be much better. Their management did not make an effort to apologize when my steak that was ordered was WAY overcooked. A fine steakhouse should not have this issue...this is something you'd expect if you order a steak at applebees. No thanks, I'll go to Sullivans or Jimmy V's.
nono namen
reviewed a year ago
I like Flemings (even though this is a chain). Can't beat their steaks. Best deal? Sunday prime rib at $29. Includes app, 12 ounce prime rib and dessert. But, they rip you off on wine prices. Typically, we're talking about a 300% mark-up over retail. So, if you want to drink wine at Fleming's, take a bottle with you and pay the $20 corkage fee. Take a bottle costing you at least $20, pay the $20 corkage fee, and you'll still save $20 on their price. Take a more expensive bottle, and you'll save even more. Expect to pay at least $60-$90 person, gratuity included.
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B. Gregory
reviewed 10 months ago
Go during the happy hours. You can eat like a king for 6 dollars a dish (before 7pm every day).