Whether you’re looking for adventure or relaxation, mountains or beaches, the rhythm of city life or the serenity of nature, you’ll find it in North Carolina.
A local favorite, this oceanfront restaurant is instantly inviting with a covered deck, warm wood tones and terra cotta color scheme. And, the menu - wow.
You won't be disappointed with fresh grilled fish, soft-shell crabs, peel-and-eat shrimp, sandwiches or the chef's famous Beach Dog!
A wonderful venue for waterfront dining!
Enjoy drinks and ocean views from our upper Captain's deck with family and friends, and the kids will love the pirate hats!
With chiles and spices from all over the Southwest and Mexico, K-38 offers you the flavors of Baja -- prepared with care and a taste for adventure.
Eat inside or on the patio and enjoy tasty, affordable sandwiches and salads in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.
Fresh seafood, burgers, sandwiches and salads with a view!
Try the crab dip or jumbo lump crab cakes - they're local favorites.
With 36 beers on tap and more than 150 bottles, this American Pint House & Belgian Beer Bar is an ideal velue to celebrate #NCBeerMonth.
Enjoy a craft beer and an incredible meal at the 92’ curving bar or a custom built dining table.
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, Highland Brewing Company brews the finest and freshest ales in the Southeast.
This spot features cascading waterfalls, scenic hiking trails suitable for all ages, and even an old-fashioned swimming hole.
Did you know Mount Mitchell is the highest point in North America east of the Mississippi River?
Flower fans shouldn’t miss Craggy Gardens. The high-elevation summits boast some of the most spectacular floral displays along the Parkway, including a rhododendron garden that bursts with June color.
This spot offers offers gorgeous waterfalls, hiking trails and spectacular views. Try Wiseman’s View, Table Rock, Hawksbill Mountain and Shortoff Mountain for the best views of Linville Gorge.
Campers love this spot, which includes picnic areas, an amphitheater, campfire programs and canoeing and fishing at Price Lake.
See the 13,000-square-foot mansion of Moses Cone, a textile entrepreneur, conservationist and philanthropist. Also enjoy horseback riding, fishing, cross-country skiing, easy trails and a crafts shop.