Downtown Apex is a Great Triangle NC Destination for
Unique Dining, Shops, Boutiques, Services, and Festivals
Happy New Year 2019 From Downtown ApexHappy New Year! The holidays are over in the Triangle, and many folks have had their fill of big box stores, chain restaurants, strip malls, crowds, and traffic. However, most of us still like to do a little casual shopping for unique fashions and accessories, home décor, antiques, or gifts, and also enjoy a nice lunch or dinner in the same place.
Perhaps the best part about doing that all in Downtown Apex is parking once and doing zero driving to get anywhere. Just remember, awesome local shopping and dining are always around the corner in Downtown Apex NC, and you can also get your hair or nails done, or get a massage!
Apex Farmers Market 2018-2019 SeasonThe Apex Farmers Market summer season has ended until April 2019, but there will be 6 “Winter Market” dates during November 2018 – March 2019. Those dates are November 17, November 24, December 15, January 19, February 16, and March 16. Come and see fresh fresh, local homegrown organic and conventional fruits and vegetables, pastured and sustainably farmed chicken, beef and pork, fresh farm eggs, baked goods, honey, cheeses, jams and preserves, sauces, salsas, and other artisanal food products, along with a variety of crafts.
Check out the website – www.apexfarmersmarket.com. Winter Market hours are 8:30am-12:30pm on the specified dates, which are all on Saturdays. The Farmers Market is located at 220 North Salem Street Apex, NC 27502 (in front of the Chamber of Commerce – next to the firehouse) in Downtown Apex. Don’t forget to “Like” them on Facebook and “Share” this post.
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Visit Apex, North CarolinaIf you have a group of ten or more, our Apex Ambassador would love to show you our historic downtown. We offer free of charge a 45 minute lecture on the history of Apex at our downtown showcase the Halle Cultural Arts Center. You also have five wonderful dining venues to choose from for lunch or dinner. Following your dining experience, we give you a walking tour of downtown and show you some wonderful places to shop.
If this sounds interesting to you contact J. C. Knowles, Apex Ambassador, at 919-772-5472.
Apex Peak-Tique is April 5, 6, and 7, 2019The Apex PEAK-TIQUE Antiques and Collectibles Festival is being organized and managed jointly by the Apex Downtown Business Association, the Apex Historical Society and the Town of Apex. This is the third annual Peak-Tique.
The 2019 PEAK-TIQUE will be located on a 5-acre site at the Norris Park business park, at 3458 Apex Peakway. This site is 1.5 miles or just 6 minutes away from Historic Downtown Apex and features ample nearby parking. Approximately 20-25 antique dealers from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee will be there with lots of tent space full of great antiques. For detailed information, including directions, dealer info and application, and more, check out the Apex Peak-Tique website at www.apexpeaktique.com.
Tickets are $5 for a three-day pass; and children 12 and under are free. Tickets will be available at the event.
Check Out the Peak City PodcastThe Peak City Podcast features the leaders and events that make Apex NC the "Peak of Good Living." The current episode features Apex Public School Foundation board president Barb Conroy.
History of Downtown Apex – An Old North Carolina Railroad Town
Today, Apex is one of the most vibrant, progressive, and fastest-growing communities in the Research Triangle area, and the thriving Downtown Historic District is at the Town's heart. The unique mixture of historic homes, restaurants, and specialty shops gives special meaning to the motto: "Apex, the peak of good living." It's no surprise that Apex and the Triangle area have consistently appeared as a top 10-ranked community in major publications such as Business North Carolina, Money, CNN/Money, and Forbes.
Come and experience the "The Peak of Good Living" in Apex, North Carolina!