North Carolina Other Attractions

  • Colony By The Sea

    Oceanside and oceanfront in Indian Beach, Colony By The Sea offers 84 condominium units with pool, hot tub, sauna, tennis courts, elevators, barbecue grills, children'

  • Emerald Village

    Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, about 1 hour from Asheville, NC, is Emerald Village, NC's #1 gem mining attraction!

  • Di Valletta

    A grand restaurant for all occasions. The most elegant dining room in the Triad, overlooking our golf course, offers unique Mediterranean dishes to suit all tastes. Open daily.

  • The Pink Gorilla

    Souvenir shop selling shirts and other items. Home of the official Woolly Worm Shirt.

  • Hillsborough Downtown

    Along North and South Churton St, plus the North Hills Shopping Center. Here, in the heart of a historic town (that has more than 100 late 18th century and 19th century structures), you'

  • Roan Mountain

    This high ridge along the North Carolina-Tennessee state line, in Pisgah National Forest, stands 6,285

  • Cornucopia

    Deli sandwiches, homemade soups, salads, and desserts. Dinner-Continental cuisine, reservations requested. Brown bagging permitted

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarines, soups and salads.

  • Cotton Exchange

    8 graciously restored, turn of the century buildings connected by brick walkways, open air courtyards, a walk of fame housing 33

  • Bolick and Traditions Family Pottery

    North Carolina traditional handmade pottery by fifth-generation and sixth-generation potters. Located on a 200-year-old farm in upper Caldwell County.

  • Amtrak Station - Fayetteville

    This renovated full service station includes Amtrak ticket agent on duty, walk-up ticket window sales, free parking and checked baggage, Station open daily 10a.m to 5:45p.m. and 10p.m. to 5:45

  • Amtrak Station - Burlington

    Attendant is on duty daily at this renovated station to answer passenger questions beginning one hour before each train arrives, until 30

  • French Broad River

    One of only a few rivers running north in the US, the French Broad offers opportunities for many activities. Whitewater rafting is available from Marshall to Hot Springs on class 2, 3 and 4

  • Ramada Limited

    Standard hotel with 59 rooms, king and double sized beds available. Smoking and non smoking rooms with outside entrances.

  • Avalon Llama Treks

    One-, two- and three-day wilderness adventures. Camping gear and gourmet food provided. The llamas carry everything.

  • Connie's Kitchen

    Home cooking, daily specials, homemade cobbler &

  • Rainbow's End Trout Pond

    Fresh rainbow trout raised in the clean cool waters of Madison County. No license required the pole and bait is supplied. If you want to keep your fish for supper it's only $3.50

  • Edge of the World

    Guided Whitewater Rafting , Canoeing, Rock Climbing & Rappeling Trips; Complete Skateboard & Snowboard Shop

  • Buck Spring - Nathaniel Macon Homeplace

    Replica of the home of Nathaniel Macon (1758 - 1837)

  • Apple Mill

    Located at Saluda exit # 59 off I-26. Apple cider and other apple products made from local Saluda apples are made at the Apple Mill. Watch, taste and smell the apple products as they are being made.

  • Windmill Point

    Seafood, Iowa beef & Veal. Dinner. Bar/live entertainment. Weekend Brunch. Open all year.

  • ABC Cab Company

    Taxicab dispatch service for independent taxi service.

  • Rico's Subs & Taco's

    Subs & Mexican dishes. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • Pisgah View Ranch

    A family-owned 2,000-acre guest ranch in operation since 1941, serving three fine country meals a day to guests and the public (with reservations)

  • Tanner Factory Store

    Fine Ladies Apparel and accessories.

  • Alpine Village

    A small elegant resort located at 3,250 feet elevation in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Natural beauty and spectacular views - the peace and seclusion of being surrounded by the Pisgah National Forest.

  • Ramada Ltd.

    61 units, limited services motel.

  • JK's

    USDA prime beef, western lamb, veal, famous ribs and chicken, cooked over a mesquite wood grill. Bar. Open 5:00pm - 10:00pm. Open all year. V, MC.

  • Picture It, Inc.

    Art gallery and frame shop featuring works by Durham artists.

  • Mahogany Rock Roost

    Cozy 4-bedroom stone cottage, 2 baths, accommodates 8, Bob Timberlake decor. Cable TV and fireplace with gas logs, Smoking outside only, No pets, Children welcome, No guns.

  • Kathy's Kreations

    Sandwich shop and catering.

  • Columbia on the Scuppernong

    This 35-acre district consists of a collection of buildings dating from the 19

  • Ram's Head Rathskeller

    Open since 1948. Full menu, moderately priced, with an easy going, comfortable atmosphere. Traditional menu: includes steaks, lasagna, roast beef, sandwiches and desserts.

  • Blue Ridge Mountain Host

    Hours: Sunday - Saturday 8:30 - 5.

  • Surf City Ocean Pier

    Topsail Island's first fishing pier. Originally built in 1948, was destroyed by Hurricane Fran in 1996 and totally rebuilt and reopened in August of 1997. Complete with bait, tackle shop, and grill.

  • Pita Delight

    We are famous for our chicken fajita platters and steak & cheese sandwich with delicious homemade chicken, tuna, crab and salads. Free delivery after 3:00 p.m.

  • C & H Oyster Bar

    Fried seafood, only open during months that end with an "R."

  • Scuppernong Scoops & Sandwiches

    Bakery and Ice Cream Shop

  • Regulator Bookshop

    Local independent bookstore since 1976; cards, magazines and newspapers. Frequent author parties and poetry readings.V,M

  • Harmony Hall

    House restored to circa 1760 with kitchen, general store, school, chapel. Guided tours. Avenue to Cape Fear River Museum.

  • Giacomo's Italian Market

    Imported Italian provisions like homeade sausage, salami, meats and cheeses. Awesome New York style subs, fresh mozzarella made everyday, Italian bread, pasta and so much more. Beer served. <

  • Waffle House/Selma

    Waffle House is the World's leading server of Waffles, T-Bone Steaks, Omelets, Cheese 'n Eggs, Grits, Raisin Toast, and Apple Butter.

  • The Allison Company

    Commercial real estate company specializing in vacation properties.

  • Fred's General Mercantile

    An old fashioned general store with a full service deli, and seasonally, a ski shop, wild bird shop, and Christmas shop. "If we don't have it, you don't need it"

  • Nick Bombino's

    Pizza and sandwiches.

  • Midland Road Manor

    Midland Road Manor Bed and Breakfast is a small, peaceful place to get away. It is located in the heart of the Sandhills of North Carolina on the road once described as the "

  • Hilton North Raleigh

    Located three miles from downtown Raleigh. Guest rooms are beautifully furnished and feature up to the minute amenities.

  • Hawkesdene Llama Treks

    Llama treking into Nantahola National Forest. Llamas carry your lunch to "Hidden Falls" waterfall or to the top of "Hawkes Nest Mountain" for a gourmet sunset supper.

  • Belcross Bake Shoppe

    A country bake shop offering a variety of baked breads, breakfast pastries, & desserts. Also features homemade soups, pasta salads &

  • The Short Porch

    Studio apartment with two double beds, screened deck, TV and VCR, complete kitchen. One block from Main Street Hot Springs and the Appalachian Trail.

  • Honey Baked Ham Co.

    Sandwiches served at the restaurant or for take-out. Corporate lunches available. Serving lunch and dinner Mon.-Sat. Personal checks accepted.

  • Penske Racing South

    Home of Kurt Busch #2 Dodge and Ryan Newman #12 Ford.Walk the 330 foot "Fan Walk" and observe the teams preparing for the next race. Visit the 4,986

  • MacHaven

    The current home of the City Club of Rocky Mount, MacHaven was built in 1910 by Mr. J.W. Hines. Mr. Hines'

  • Downtown Asheville

    Steeped in history, Asheville's downtown boasts more art deco architecture than any southeastern city other than Miami Beach. Over 150

  • New River

    Renowned as the second oldest river in the world, the New is a National and State Wild and Scenic River. North Carolina maintains three parks along the river, each a day'

  • Borden Building

    The Borden Building is one of two remaining buildings on the former campus of the Methodist Home for Children. What was originally the superintendent'

  • The Campbell House

    The homeplace of James Archibald Campbell, founder of Campbell University, was built in 1890 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Group tours by appointment only.

  • Patterson's Mill Country Store

    An authentic turn-of-century country store and doctor's office/pharmacy. Features collections of mercantile and pharmaceutical Americana and tobacco marketing memorabilia.


  • Native American Resource Center

    Exhibits on crafts and arts depicting tribal Indian life. Major displays include authentic log canoe and log cabin. Tour includes 30-minute film.

  • Town of Fair Bluff

    Nestled against the banks of the nationally recognized ?Wild & Scenic? Lumber River, Fair Bluff is home to the Southeastern North Carolina Watermelon Festival, held annually in July.

  • T & J's Deli

    Locally owned deli in Historic Downtown Concord

  • Ham's of Chapel Hill

    Restaurant serves deli-style sandwiches and salads, plus homemade potato chips. Sports lovers' home away from home. Patio dining. Full-service bar. Two big-screen and nine other TVs.

  • Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium

    Professional baseball stadium, Home of the Kannapolis Intimidators, Class A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. Also host of numerous amateur sporting events, corporate outings and concerts. <

  • UNC Asheville

    Chancellor: Patsy B. Reed

  • Northwest Trading Post

    The Northwest Trading Post is a non-profit organization sponsored by the Northwest Development Association to keep alive the old crafts. Open April 15 - October 31

  • Tanglewood #6

    A 3 bedroom, 3 bath that sleeps up to 8 people. Hot tub, fireplace, easy walk to slopes, cable, VCR, washer/dryer, grill, good view, great rates.

  • Iceplex

    An indoor ice skating facility good for children of all ages and levels of skating. Hours vary; please call for details.

  • The Shops of Cameron Village

    Sneak away to a village nestled just inside the Beltline, with more than 80

  • Anthony's Real Italian

    Italian-Casual Attire

  • Historic Salisbury Foundation

    Historic Salisbury Foundation, Inc. is a private nonprofit preservation organization that offers a broad range of services to the Salisbury community. Founded in 1972

  • Spencer's Snack Bar

    Serves a variety of fast foods, ie. hamburgers, hot dogs, and barbecue.

  • Carolina Coast Properties

    Short and long term property rentals on Belvedere and Olde Point Golf courses in Hampstead as well as a variety in the Greater Topsail Area. Just minutes from Wilmington.


  • Richard Petty Driving Experience

    Ride. Three laps around the track. DRIVE. Programs range from an 8-lap rookie experiece to a 40-lap advanced racing experience(side-by-side racing, drafting, and passing)

  • Ramada, Ltd.-Mooresville

    Located at Exit 36 on I-77.This 75

  • Town of Pine Level

    Chartered in 1874

  • Burr Studio

    Burr Gallery & Studio features clay sculpture of Dane Burr, and stoneware pottery of Maryetta Burr, plus the work of other local artists and craftsmen.

  • Capt'n Joes Galley

    Steaks, chicken, seafood, pasta, sandwiches or salads

  • Ship's Wheel

    Biggest breakfast in town. Open 7 days a week. 6:00am - 12 noon.

  • Caf? Pariz?de

    Mediterranean, Fine Dining

  • Piper's Deli

    Cafes, Delis and Sandwiches

  • Guess Rd. Trash & Treasures

    Antique and used furniture as well as collectibles.

  • Everything But Granny's Panties

    Antiques, furniture, and collectibles.

  • Pulcinella's


  • Jewelsmith

    Custom creations by designer goldsmiths and gemologists.

  • Books Do Furnish a Room

    Buying, trading, and selling used books and records.

  • One World Market

    Quality handcrafts from around the world.

  • La Fondita


  • International Delights

    Coffee, Bakery

  • The Play House Toy Store

    Providing educational toys for children of all ages.

  • Nana's

    Fine Dining, American

  • Best Western

    Conveniently located on Cedar Creek Road, I-95, exit 49. Each room has a micro-fridge, hairdryer, coffee maker, iron and ironing board.

  • Pinehurst Candle Shop

    Beeswax and hand-dipped candles, holders, silk flowers, and accessories.

  • The Tuba Exchange, Inc.

    Local business that represents a unique customer venue for low brass instrument enthusiasts, but also boasts a historic low brass musican instrument collection displaying over 200

  • Vaguely Reminiscent

    Funky, electic, comfortable, natural fiber clothier. Jewelry, hair accessories, socks, shoes, and gifts.

  • Whole Foods Market

    Organically-grown produce, wines, cheeses, and gourmet take-out foods.

  • Shrimp Boats

    Seafood, Southern

  • JC's Kitchen


  • Dry Dock Seafood

    Seafood restaurant. Steak, seafood, fried platters, and much more. Children's and Senior Citizens' platters. Specials Tues-Th and Sun. Two locations in Chatham County.

  • American Hero

    Cafes, Delis and Sandwiches

  • Oh! Brian's

    American, Southern/Barbeque

  • Jamaica Jamaica


  • Kwik Wok

    Chinese, Fast Food/Take Out

  • Neo-China


  • The Mad Hatter's Bake Shop

    Cafes, Delis and Sandwiches

  • Starbucks Coffee


  • Frankie's Southern Grinds

    Coffeehouse - Open 7 Day a Week

  • Millis Regional Health Education Center

    A health education facility that's filled with facts and packed with fun!

  • Hooter's

    Seafood, sandwiches, burgers and our famous chicken wings served by the Hooter's girls. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • S&D Coffee

    A visit to S&D Coffee's Retail Market Center offers a video of coffeemaking and a world of products: coffees, teas, gift baskets and specialty items. On-site coffee tasting. Open Mon-Fri 10am-5:30pm;

  • Duke Forest

    Multiple woodland roads and a limited number of foot trails. Roads and trails vary in length from under 1 mile to over 5 miles, with variable topography.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarine sandwiches and salads.

  • Gray Haven

    Two bedroom, tow bath manufactured home with porches, cable, complete amenities and very convenient location.

  • How Sweet It Is

    Homemade ice cream, ice cream cakes, candy, Boars Head deli.

  • Siamese Twins Burial Site

    The original Siamese twins, Eng and Chang Bunker, are buried outside the Mount Airy city limits in the White Plains Church community.

  • Tony's Ristorante Italiano

    Italian restaurant and pizzeria.

  • Tanner Retail Store

    Since 1931 the Tanner name has been synonymous with ladies fine apparel &

  • Riverboat Landing, The

    Fine dining in historic building-2 levels with private balconies.Pub-dining in old fashion English Pub opposite Cape Fear River in Historic Downtown Wilmington.

  • Main Post Chapel

    Established in 1932, the chapel features stained glass windows hand-crafted with 14,000 pieces of antique glass from around the world.

  • Substation II

    Deli-sub sandwich shop, eat-in or take out. We can also cater large groups. We have 3 foot06 foot party subs, party trays and vegetable trays.

  • Saltworks II

    "Home of Country Cooking"- Open 7 days a week!

  • The Scoop

    An old fashion ice cream parlor and sandwich shop. Featuring 32 flavors of ice cream and a variety of sandwiches & hot dogs.

  • Bullwinkle's Family Food 'N Fun

    A family theme restaurant and entertainment center.

  • Katy's Great Eats, Inc.

    Full service restaurant and lounge. Casual dining. Family atmosphere. All ABC permits. Seafood-Sandwiches-Salad Bar- Come as you are!!

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Old Dawson's Creek Set.

  • Billy Byrd's Western Wear

    Western wear store featuring boots, tack, saddles, hats and clothing. In Johnston County from I-95, Exit 79,and from I-40, Exit 325.

  • The Colington Caf

    The Colington Cafe has been voted "The best kept secret on The Outer Banks" as well as one of the "Best restaurants for the best price" by Southern Living. Nestled under 300

  • China Moon Buffet

    One-price Chinese buffet, including drinks. Seafood, California rolls, hibachi chicken and shrimp. Kids under 4 eat free (limit one per visit). Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Keepsake Corner

    An eclectic shop full of antiques, collectibles, and fun stuff! 19th Century furniture, primitives, vintage clothing, soap. Large selection of seasonal items also. Located off I-95, Exit 98

  • Wagon Wheel

    Country cooking. Homemade daily specials. Burgers, fries and root beer floats. Homemade pies. Open Monday through Saturday 6-9, Sunday 7-5.

  • Historic Downtown Mooresville

    On the Walking Tour of Mooresville, many historic landmarks can be seen. Many landmarks important to Mooresville'

  • Table Rock

    Located off NC 181 near Linville Falls in the Pisgah National Forest, Grandfather Ranger District. There are 3 popular climbing faces for adventures;

  • Masonboro Island

    Evidence strongly suggests that the first stretch of the continental American Coastline ever spotted and described by European explorers was the 8

  • After The Snow

    Lovely fully equipped 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom cabin nestled in the woods, 4 miles from Murphy center. Paved road and drive. Central air and heat, satellite TV., gas fireplace. Pets welcome <

  • Henry James Smokehouse

    Southern hospitality with a Nascar theme featuring full country breakfast, BBQ, ribs, steaks & southern blue plate specials. 13 vegetables daily. Outdoor dining, takeout, beer, group seating for 30

  • Ball Mtn. Fraser Fir

    Hours: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM, Monday - Saturday.

  • Country Workshops

    Week long classes in traditional woodworking with hand tools. Summer courses include:

  • Prime Sirloin

    Family Steakhouse featuring steaks, bakery, fresh salad and soup bar. Menu or buffet. Banquet rooms available. Open year round.

  • Nowhere Branch Angora Goats

    Registered and commercial angora goats. Fine wool, kid mohair blended yarn. Please call for appointment.

  • Greensboro IceHouse

    This 36,000-square-foot structure features a standard 200-by 85-foot ice surface. You'

  • Yellow and Checker Cab Co.

    Taxi service for Smithfield and the surrounding area.

  • Cardinal Coach, Inc

    Book your group on a motorcoach with Cardinal Coach, Inc. Located off I-95, Exit 101.

  • Marla's

    Sandwiches, subs, wraps, salads and more. Located 1 mile from I-95 Exit 95 in Smithfield

  • Watauga River

    Whitewater rafting and canoeing on the scenic Watauga River. Local outfitter: Edge of the World Outfitters, 800/789-3343.

  • Station One

    104 condo units.

  • DPI Publications Office

    Contact for student information.

  • Cat's Cradle

    World famous live music venue, bringing the finest musical acts to Chapel Hilland Carrboro for over thirty years. Been at this location since 1995

  • Mucho Mexico

    Located just 1 mile from I-95 at exit 95 in Smithfield.

  • Historic Carson House

    Built as a walnut log cabin in 1793

  • Windflower Adventures Ltd.

    Flights for all occasions, rides, instructions and gift certificates.

  • Dry Dock Seafood

    Fresh seafood, lobster tails, steaks, chicken, fried platters, and much more. Children's and Senior Citizens'

  • Bost Grist Mill

    Built in the early 1800'

  • Concord Mills

    The #1 shopping entertainment destination of the Carolinas and most popular visitor attraction in North Carolina, Concord Mills features over 200

  • El Dorado


  • Topsail Vacations

    Rentals from single family homes to condominiums, oceanfront, oceanview and intracoastal. Amenities vary according to accommodation.

  • Salisbury Confederate Prison Symposium

    Join us as we continue to explore the 1861-1865 history of North Carolina'

  • Amtrak Station - Rocky Mount

    This historically renovated full service station includes Amtrak ticket agent on duty, walk-up ticket window sales, free parking and checked baggage. Station open 24 hours. Daily trains include: 79, 8

  • Horacio's

    Specializing in Northern Italian, fish & seafood and prime cuts of meat. Vegetarian menu items also available. Non smoking environment. Brown bagging permitted.

  • The Market Basket

    A fun dinner restaurant! Entertainment nightly. Homemade soups, salads, and breads. Regional American, seafood, fine meats and vegetarian cuisine. Featuring "Hot Rocks"

  • NC Wine & Grape Council

    Promotes North Carolina's wine making and grape growing industries.

  • Goat Lady Dairy

    Taste handmade farmstead goat cheeses, organic herbs and vegetables at Goat Lady Dairy. Also hosts monthly Dinner at the Dairy & Sunday Brunch. Group tours are scheduled by appointment only;

  • On Common Grounds

    Coffee House

  • Amtrak Station - Kannapolis

    Attendant is on duty daily at this newly built station to answer passenger questions beginning one hour before each train arrives, until 30

  • Shucka's Alley

    A casual raw bar, shrimp, all-u-can-eat crab legs, burgers & sandwiches. A large beverage selection. Satelite for baseball & football. Patio - pool table. Outdoor dining, takeout.

  • Jenny's Sweet Creations

    Bakery specializing in cakes for all occasions, including weddings. In Johnston County from I-95, Exit 79, and from I-40, Exit 325.

  • Catawba Indian Village

    Demonstrations of how Indians made their tools, cooked, clothed, etc.

  • Lucky 32

    Featuring honest, seasonal American flare with monthly changing menus inspired by fresh ingredients and regional recipes. Reservations, call-ahead seating and "Get Lucky & Go" take-out/

  • J. P. Looney's

    Quality sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups and entrees. Our house specialities are wings and ribs prepared in homeade sauces.

  • Jack's Corner Mediterranean Deli

    A warming welcoming family owned deli. Authentic Middle Eastern and Greek foods prepared by Mom herself. In business since 1992. Food is homemade using no preservatives.

  • Jan's House

    Open 24 hours. Breakfast served anytime, along with short-order items.

  • Mark's On Westover

    Fine dining establishment awarded five stars by John Bachelor of Greenboro's top newspaper.

  • Mayflower Seafood

    Come enjoy the best seafood in Greensboro. We have a wide selection for every member of your family. Come visit our oyster bar open nightly. Group seating for 30 or more.

  • The Melting Pot

    Your fondue experience. Attentive service, fine cheese fondues, a variety of cooking styles, unique sauces and your favorite chocolate fondue. Reservations suggested. Group seating for 30

  • Bob Crowder & Company

    Offers rides and views of the Blue Ridge, Foothills, the Piedmont regions, rivers and lakes.

  • Buglino's Sausage Factory Deli

    Deli sandwiches and deli meats.

  • Swingin' Things

    18 hole Miniature golf course, Golf and Baseball/Softball, pro shop and batting cages, plus an arcade!

  • Bedroom & Bath Design, Inc.

    A unique bed & bath shop. Window treatments, frames, bath hardware, towels, shower curtains, soaps, candles, linens, blankets, sheets, comforters, pillows, wicker furniture, and antiques.

  • Bird Barn & Speckled Hen

    Bird feeding supplies and gift items with a bird motif.

  • Country Time Swings

    Manufacture hand-crafted cypress outdoor swings & rockers. Also carry a full line of Amish furniture.

  • Johnston County Livestock Arena

    The Johnston County Livestock Arena is home to many livestock and equestrian events.

  • Taste of Thai

    Thai and Chinese dishes from traditional recipes amid a natural garden-like setting. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • The Clemmons Chapel

    Wedding Chapel

  • Triangle Transit Authority

    Triangle-based public transportation services. Green Line - Transportation from Duke University Medical Center to Chapel Hill and Southeast Durham/

  • Markham Transportation

    24 hr emergency service. Wheelchair transportation.

  • China's Best

    Authentic Chinese food available for take out.

  • Historic Biltmore Village

    One of the Carolinas' most fascinating, unique and enjoyable shopping environments, Historic Biltmore Village features shops and galleries, each housed in historic 1900-era homes and buildings.

  • Chinatown Express of Greensboro

    Casual atmosphere with magazines and newspapers to read or socialize while you eat. Serving Chinese and Japanese cuisine.

  • Chopstix

    Authentic Chinese cuisine. Checks accepted. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Nancy's Nannies

    Baby-sitting service on site at Crystal Coast locations. Also, full-time nanny services statewide.

  • Bathing Beauties

    Antique claw foot tubs, hand painted tile and more

  • Triangle Rent-A-Car

    Also has a location at RDU International Airport

  • Taylor Ranch

    Wedding Chapel

  • Robert Yates Racing

    Visit the viewing window and watch the teams work on the cars at RYR.Have your picture taken beside the #38 M&M car driven by Elliott Sadler, or beside the car of #88

  • Brownie-Lu

    Located in Chatham County - Siler City.

  • Hickory Crawdads

    Class A professional baseball team that plays in the historic South Atlantic League. An affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Crawdads have sent numerous players to the majors.

  • North Carolina Pottery Center

    The North Carolina Pottery Center's permanent exhibit of more than eight hundred pieces of pottery, artifacts, and photographs traces North Carolina'

  • The Sandwich Shop

    Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • Brier Patch

    Fine antiques, needlepoint, and select decorative accessories.

  • Catawba River Greenway

    Maintained by the City of Morganton, the greenway is currently a 3

  • McGalliard Falls

    This park offers a glimpse into the Waldensian past. Park features grist mill, waterwheel, nature trails, picnic and play areas. Also a 45 foot waterfall.

  • Sugar Loaf Apple House

    From Wilkesboro go south on hwy 16 ten mile. Sugarloaf is on the right. Hours: 8:00 AM - 6:00

  • Kelsey Place

    Located in the historic Highlands Inn Kelsey Place prides itself in a relaxed atmosphere, great food and friendly service. Open for breakfast and lunch. (828) 526-9380

  • Huddle House

    24 hour/7 day a week family restaurant located just south of Franklin on US Highway 441. You can get any meal at any time. Only closed Christmas Day.

  • Nick's

    Nick's Restaurant has been in Highlands since 1975. Serving lunch 11:00am-2:30pm & dinner from 5:30pm- until, Tuesday through Sunday. Lunch fare includes: sandwichs, dinners, brunch dailey, &

  • On the Verandah

    Celebrating our 27th Season - 1981 - 2007! American Fusion Fine Dining in Highlands' most scenic setting overlooking Lake Sequoyah. Wine Spectator Award of Excellence since 1987

  • Ristorante Paoletti

    Celebrating our 15th year in Highlands, Paoletti'

  • Sports Page

    Celebrating over 15 years of serving sandwiches, soups, salads and loaded baked potatoes. Some of our specialities include grilled Reubens with fresh kraut and homemade 1000 Island Dressing;

  • Jack's at Skyline

    Outstanding dinner buffet featuring prime rib, and the freshest of seafood. Friday- Saturday buffet, and Sunday brunch.

  • Linville Caverns

    NC's only show caverns allows visitors to glimpse nature at work "inside" the mountains. Experienced guides point out interesting stalactite & stalagmite formations & explain the rich history &

  • Cape Fear Yacht Center

    Boat slips for lease, newly renovated full service marina, direct inlet access, wet and dry slips.

  • World's Largest Chest of Drawers

    Known as the Bureau of Information in 1926, this restored, beautiful, 19th-century dresser is the "World's Largest Chest of Drawers." Standing 32

  • The Chestnut Tree

    Fine family dining in a quiet, relaxed atmosphere at the Holiday Inn of Cherokee

  • Christmas Tree On The Hill

    Highlands" original Christmas shop founded in 1975. A regional resource for the finest in Christmas decor: Department 56 Villages, Patricia Breen Designs, Christopher Radko, Byers"

  • Robbin's Nest

    Great country cooking and seafood dishes. Open on Saturday mornings for breakfast. Space available for private parties. Located next to the Holiday Inn Express in Selma, I-95, Exit 97

  • Dry Sink

    Hallmark cards & gifts, gourmet kitchenware, china, glassware, Seiko and Linden Clocks, Sandicast Animals, Giftwrap, party goods, and fine gifts.

  • Strayhorn's Pond

    Site of the annual Youth Fishing Rodeo.

  • Big Ed's

    Country cooking at its best!

  • Nest

    Our 13th year in 1999 as direct importers of English & French antiques with a wide range of accessories. A charming Victorian house built in 1885.

  • Slip Away Haven

    Slip away from it all and relax atop beautiful Buck Mountain with beautiful views at this double cabin rental. Moderately furnished. Features two separate upstairs (white pine paneling)

  • Highland Hiker

    Outdoor specialty store featuring fly fishing, hiking, camping, backpacking, mountain bikes, canoes, kayaks as well as outdoor clothing, boots, socks, books, and gifts for ladies and gentlemen.

  • Brick Oven

    Pizza, calzones, salads. Easy parking 2 blocks off Main Street. Open late for your convience. Beer & Wine selections to go.(828)526-4121.

  • Fun Junktion

    The 133

  • Swannanoa 4-H Center

    Seasonal cabin rental and summer children's camp.

  • Flat River

    Boating/sailing, fishing, hiking, rock hounding.

  • Amtrak Station - Raleigh

    This renovated full service station includes Amtrak ticket agent on duty, walk-up ticket window sales, free parking and checked baggage. Station open daily 6a.m. to 10p.m. Daily trains include: 73, 74

  • The Coffee Mill

    Gourmet Coffees & Teas? Fruit Smoothies? Java Shakes? Yummy Sandwiches & Salads. Located just minutes from US Hwy 70.

  • Adventure Landing

    Adventure Landing offers three mini-golf course(318 hole), batting cages(baseball/softball), go-karts, a gameroom and concession bar.

  • The Moss House

    Located one block from the Pamlico River and steeped in family history, this beautiful 1902

  • Peppercorns

    American, Asian & Italian cuisine, seafood, prime rib, stir fry & risotto. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Bar/live entertainment. V, MC, Amx, DC, Disc. Open all year.

  • Historic Jackson

    Self-guided walking and driving tour with architecture dating to the late-18th century. Includes the Northampton County Courthouse (c. 1858)

  • Hayti Heritage Center

    Operated by St. Joseph's Historic Foundation. Hayti was once one of America's most successful African American (African-American)

  • Mariners' Wharf

    Experience legendary hospitality on the Intracoastal Waterway. The wharf offers free dockage for 48 hours at one of the 14

  • Mariakakis Fine Food & Wine

    Large selection of Mediterranean specialties, including 1200 wines, with several tables for dining in delicatessen-style.

  • Shops Upfront

    Unique antique and consignment boutique

  • Wilson Area Railroad Modelers Train

    Located in the antique barn and train shop is a seven-mile train consisting of 65 modules. Features mountains, bridges, trestles two main yards and one staging yard with a total capacity of 2,000

  • Floyd's City Barber Shop

    Floyd's City Barber Shop is a real-life barber shop. Owner Russell Hiatt used to cut Andy Griffith's hair. Russell has a "Wall of Fame" in the shop. It contains more than 20,000


    Jungle Aviation and Radio Service Christian Center reaching the world through Bible translation.

  • Hill Hall Auditorium

    Various symphony, jazz, and more.

  • Flower Hill

    Climbing the bluffs along the south banks of Moccasin Creek, the 10

  • Alarka Peaceful Creek

    One bedroom, one bath that sleeps 4. We have a stocked trout stream on property.

  • N.C. Watermelon Festival

    Over 35,000 people will participate in this four day event which includes amusement rides, crafts fair, delicious food, large parade, street dances each night, and free watermelon slices. Call (252)

  • Four Corners Sport Bar

    Four Corners is a great place to root for the Heels or your favorite team, with 25 TV's and 10 satellites. Serves burgers and sandwiches.

  • Zog's Pool

    Has four regulation pool tables - the only billiard tables in downtown - four TVs, couple of pinball machines and a great jukebox.

  • Margaret's Cantina

    Mexican with a twist: fresh, homemade, healthy, lots of vegetarian options. Grilled chicken & burgers; soups &

  • Casa Ibarra

    Authentic Mexican food. Specializes in flavorful south-of-the-border cuisine and offers traditional Mexican beverages. Live music on the weekend.

  • Buffalo Wild Wings

    Traditional post 70s Buffalo (NY) foods, including spicy chicken wings, grilled sandwiches, salads and more. Full bar with satellite TVs, DSS Sports and interactive trivia.

  • Country Junction

    American-style cooking for breakfast and lunch.

  • Teach's Hole Blackbeard Exhibit & Pyrate Specialty Shop

    Teach's Hole Blackbeard Exhibit and Pyrate Specialty Shoppe was founded in 1992

  • Bogie's

    The place to go for good food and fast friendly service. Daily specials. Fresh home cooking/Homemade pies. Located in Bakersville, NC-home of the NC Rhododendron Festival

  • Boyd's Family Seafood

    Calabash Style seafood here in the mountains. Also, feature steaks, chicken and other varities. Two rooms available in order to carter larger parties.

  • Edwards of Ocracoke

    Relax Ocracoke style! Family owned and operated motel, efficiencies and cottages at reasonable prices. Located on a quiet street in the "heart"

  • Cannon Village

    Restored in graceful Williamsburg Colonial style, Cannon Village features fine home furnishings and accessories, gifts and collectibles, rugs and apparel for adults and children.

  • Lightkeeper's Guest House

    This is a guest house. We're like a bed and breakfast, except we don't offer breakfast. We're just off Ocracoke Harbor in the old village near the Ocracoke Lighthouse. We handle regular rentals (

  • Sunny Shores, Inc.

    SUNNY SHORES INC. welcomes your interest in the inviting and beautiful Crystal Coast of North Carolina. The island, which runs about 22

  • Whalehead Club

    Built in the 1920s, this restored hunt club is known as the "Crown Jewel of the Outer Banks." On 28.5

  • Looking Glass Chalet

    Fully furnished mountaintop chalet. Sleeps 6. Close to lakes & Biking trails. Rates vary.

  • Marsh Harbour Villas

    Located in scenic Calabash, famous for its seafood restaurants, Marsh Harbour Villas offer spacious, 2 bedroom, fully equipped condos. Large pool, clubhouse, exercise room and tennis courts on-site.

  • Gateway Commons

    East Franklin Street between South Elliott Road and Eastgate Shopping Center. This new cluster of stores features a Staples store and adjacent specialty and service businesses.

  • Gallery 9

    Enjoy the extensive and eclectic collection of work suited to private as well as corporate collectors. Featuring oil paintings, sculpture, glass, clay, jewelry, photography, woodwork and watercolors.

  • Deep River Camelback Truss Bridge

    Originally constructed in 1908 and spans the Deep River. The bridge underwent many reconstructions and renovations until 1992

  • Watauga Recreation Complex

    Offers ball fields, playground, indoor swimming, classes, and other community team events. Trail head for Greenway Trail. Open year-round.

  • Andy's Homeplace

    Come spend the night at Andy's Homeplace located at 711

  • Triangle SportsPlex

    The Triangle SportsPlex is the largest sports and recreation complex in Orange County. The facility includes an indoor skating rink, aquatics center with 3

  • Charles Kuralt Learning Center

    The Charles Kuralt Learning Center is located in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Journalism on the second floor of Carroll Hall. Much of Kuralt'

  • Historic McCulloch Gold Mill

    On the National Register of Historic Places. Tour of The Crystal Garden and the Historic McCulloch Gold Mill -- View Films on North Carolina's gold history and precious and semi precious gems &

  • Mendenhall Plantation

    This early 19

  • Goose Creek Gameland

    Opened and managed by the NC Wildlife Resources Commission, Goose Creek Gameland is a series of waterfowl impoundments, each about 200

  • Occaneechi Indian Village

    This is a 1701 reconstructed Occaneechi Indian Village with a palisade, huts, cooking site and sweat lodge. Appears as it did when used by the tribe along the Eno River Trading Path.

  • Carolina Barnstormers

    Pilot Mike Ratty is a retired American Airlines Captain. He has flown for over 35

  • Horace Williams House

    The only historic home open to the public in Chapel Hill. The west element or farmhouse (c.1840) retains its original pine floorboards, mantel, and window surrounds. The house?

  • Perquimans Village

    Collection of 18th- and early 19th-century buildings including the Pratt House, Bennetts Creek House (circa 1750), the Bear Swamp House (circa 1837)

  • Jukebox Junction Soda Shoppe

    Located in a beautiful, picturesque valley by the Pigeon River, Jukebox Junction, a full service restaurant and soda shoppe is set in a 50's-60'

  • Alexandriana

    Today the site of a small park, this was once the home of John McKnitt Alexander, clerk of the convention that adopted the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. The house burned in 1800. <

  • Carolina Coffee Shop

    Daily chef specials, steaks, seafood, delicate pastas, homemade soups and sandwiches, espresso/cappuccino and coffee drinks. Breakfast every day till 2 pm. Upscale dinner menu served till 10

  • Saint Clair Landing

    5 RV sites, 30 tent sites, 14 pop-up sites. PriHot/Cold Water, Elec. Hookups, Laundry, Recreational Facility, Small Boat Rentals and Charters, Dump Station.Open March - November.

  • Conner's Produce

    Hours: Daylight to Dusk 7

  • Cruso Friendship Club

    Exhibiting antique and contemporary quilts, as well as wall hangings.

  • Grandad's Apples & Such

    Additional products and services include "Pick Your Own," country crafts, cider, catfish lake & petting farm.

  • Sally's Kitchen

    Offers breakfast, pizzas, sandwiches, dinners, homestyle cooking, and daily specials.

  • Joe's Crab Shack


  • Ruffin-Rouhlac House

    Now used as the Town Hall, this early 19th-century house was once owned by Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin, who died there in 1870

  • Alta Vista

    Where pets are welcome! Forever view from Misty Mountain home. Large covered deck, 3BR/2Bth, a/c, w/d, cable tv/vcr. Stone fireplace. Fully furnished. Garage. 4.5

  • Vaughan's

    Fine jewelry and gifts

  • Fancy That Interiors

    Antiques, Vintage, Home Furnishings and Accessories

  • Riverhouse Acres

    Treat yourself to Nature at its best! Riverhouse Acres is a family owned & operated recreational getaway. We feature 20 river side full RV hook-ups. On our 9

  • Original Hollywood Horror Show

    More terrifying experiences than ever, created by Emmy Award winning make-up artists Dean and Starr Jones. The Horror Show is the most extraordinary haunted house experience in the United States.

  • The Oaks

    Beautiful Victorian house furnished with antiques, period furniture and original art. Guest house with 2 suites located in a quiet neighborhood in Saluda.

  • The Lost Colony

    Experience history and mystery under the stars at the picturesque Waterside Theatre on Roanoke Island. In 1587, about 120

  • United House of Prayer/Madison Kitchen

    Chicken (fried, baked or bbq)

  • Quizno's

    Italian sandwich shop featuring oven-baked subs, soups, and desserts. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • 223 South Elm

    Innovative Southern cuisine using the freshest local ingredients. Daily specials. Excellent service and a wine list to suit everyone?

  • BlackLion

    home furnishings

  • Monterrey

    We have just completed a renovation of the restaurants dining area. Plus, we keep expanding our menu to include more choices for all our customers. Group seating for 30 or more.

  • Jengos Playhouse

    Cucalorus has established itself as one of the few truly independent film festivals in the world. The festival'

  • Cooper's Ale House

    Full-service dining and a tavern with a variety of Angus steak dishes, seafood, chicken and veal. Piano music nightly. Outdoor dining. Reservations accepted, but not required. Group seating for 30

  • Frank & Stein

    Serving hot dogs, sandwiches and beer.

  • Fishbones

    Casual neighborhood restaurant with daily seafood features and a variety of beef, pork, chicken and vegetarian entrees. Outdoor dining available. All ABC permits.

  • The Kerr House

    Bed and Breakfast with 4 guest rooms with private baths. Terrific wrap around porch with rocking chairs. Located in the Davie Ave. Historic District.

  • Back Porch Lunch Box

    Fast food to go. Sandwiches, salads, baked goods, cold drinks, fresh fruit, hand-dipped ice cream and fruit smoothies.

  • Captain D's

    Great tasting seafood at an affordable price. Quick service and a great atmosphere.

  • Ashe County Cheese Company

    Ashe County Cheese has been in business since 1930. Watch cheese being made, then select one of your favorites from our cheese and gift shop.

  • High Haven

    House (sleeps 10) & Apartment (sleeps 4) Open April - October. Scenic views near all High Country attractions. Attractively furnished. Cable TV, dishwasher, microwave & laundry. Fireplaces, decks &

  • Creeksong

    Creeksong is a 50 acre wildlife sanctuary with tumbling mountain streams, pristine woodlands, gardens, trails, and a vacations cottage, which borders on the Nantahala National Forest.

  • Arigato

    Japanese hibachi-style cooking and suchi bar. Reservations suggested. Group seating for 30 ao more. Serving dinner Mon.-Sun.

  • Quality Seafood

    Seafood restaurant and store.

  • The Sandwich Market

    Sandwich shop.

  • Mamasita's

    Mexican restaurant.

  • Yogi's

    Biscuits and sandwiches - breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • Kettle Pancake House

    Oepn 24 hours a day everyday

  • El Cerro Grande

    Mexican Restaurant serving a wide variety of meals for lunch or dinner. Open daily for lunch 11AM - 2:30 PM, dinner 5 -10 PM.Saturday & Sunday open 11 AM serving continuously through dinner <

  • El Mercado Central

    Authentic Mexican taqueria serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • Ben Franklin Variety Store

    Oldest operating Ben Franklin in North Carolina

  • Cracker Barrel

    Country store that serves fine home-style meals. Our gift shop offers a variety of unique merchandise. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served daily. Group seating for 30 or more. Open daily at 6:00

  • Old Stone House

    Built by German immigrant Michael Braun in 1766

  • North Carolina's Oldest Railroad Depot

    The oldest remaining railroad depot in North Carolina is located in downtown Thomasville. Built in 1870

  • Microtel

    Whether visiting Gastonia on business or pleasure, Microtel Inn offers Clean Rooms and Friendly Service, all at affordable prices. "There's room for everyone". 15

  • Historic Stonewall

    Tour this beautiful antebellum mansion, circa 1830

  • de Provence et d'ailleurs

    Gifts and accessories imported directly from France. "Santons de Provence," Provence Linens, pottery, natural soaps, glasswork from Biot, art, furniture, and many "one of a kind"

  • Best Western of Murphy

    Motel - Our Inn Features: Free continental breakfast, microwave and refrigerator, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, seasonal pool, king-size bed available, corporate/

  • Holiday Caravan Christmas Parade - Spencer to Salisbury

    Known as the "Carolinas' Loveliest & Liveliest" Holiday Parade; volunteer produced since 1960; quality entertainment, totally free to the public. Parade begins in Spencer NC at 2

  • "Miss Kathleen" Sportfishing

    While you're at Ocracoke enjoying the clean beaches, historic sights and relaxed village atmosphere, plan to spend a day fishing with Captain R. T. "Ronnie" O'

  • "Restless" Sportfishing

    Come and join Captain James Winch and fish the waters of Ocracoke and Hatteras, NC on a 42

  • Devil's Tramping Ground

    Legendary circular path worn in the ground, where no vegetation grows, located off NC 902. The Devil'

  • Cincy's Downtown

    Greensboro's only restaurant offering Cincinnati-style chilli, a unique chilli served several ways over spaghetti. Menu also includes several vegeterian dishes. Open Monday through Friday for lunch.

  • Golden Corral

    Lawndale Drive location. Senior citizen discounts, special prices for kids age 4-12 3

  • Mexico

    Outstanding food, attentive service, reasonable prices and a great atmosphere make us Greensboro's oldest and favorite authentic Mexican restaurant. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Acme Food & Beverage Company

    Serves authentic American food made with the best local ingredients. Seasonal menu changes every six weeks. Great wine list. Jazz entertainment.

  • Carolina Dynamo Professional Soccer

    The Carolina Dynamo Professional Soccer Club plays May through August at Macpherson Stadium at Bryan Park. The Dynamo, a four-time National Champion team, offers family-oriented fun for all ages.

  • Octagon House & Spring Creek Chalet

    Charming, friendly home welcomes up to ten guests. Chalet is also available for two to three guests. Bed sheets and towels furnished. Senior citizen discount.

  • Laddie & Dukes

    Great place to take the family specializing in certified Angus beef steaks and ocean fresh seafood. Large entree salads and sandwiches. Private dining available.

  • Newton-Conover Civic Performance Place

    Theater and Meeting facility

  • CoMMA

    Performing Arts facility, MainStage Morganton, Home of the Latest Ben Long Fresco

  • Wilmingtonian, The

    Just a few minutes from I-40

  • K?rner's Folly

    A captivating NC historic home, K?rner?s Folly, aka ?The Strangest House in the World?, was built in the late 1800s by Jule Gilmer K?rner. This unique, almost indescribable 22-room, 7

  • Rowland's At Westglow

    Fine dining in a top spa.

  • Knight's on Main

    North Main Street. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Country cooking at its best. Beer and wine available.

  • Herren House

    1897 Victorian Boarding House Bed and Breakfast with 6 rooms, all with cable TV, private Baths, Air Conditioning and Wireless Internet. Restaurant on premises, serves dinner Thursdays and Saturdays.

  • Raleigh Ensemble Players

    Year Long season of plays. Call for more information.

  • Fayetteville SwampDogs

    A new edition to the five-year-old Coastal Plain League, a collegiate baseball league providing college players the opportunity to hone their skills during the summer.

  • Mrs. Hanes' Hand-made Moravian Cookies

    See the largest hand-made cookie company in the world!

  • Mamasita's

    Featuring Mexican Cuisine

  • The Earl's Place

    3 bedroom, 1 bath that sleeps 7. Large wrap-around porch. Linens & cooking utensils furnished, color TV/cable-VCR. Outdoor bar-b-q-grill. Quiet country setting with babbling brook.

  • Rainbow Cycles

    Bike Rentals: $15/day or $40/week, $10 delivery/pick up fee

  • Best Western

    Welcome to the best limited-service hotel in Salisbury. Located just 1/4 mile from I-85

  • Lonesome Dove Saloon

    Friendly atmosphere. Breakfast, daily lunch specials, grill stays open until closing. Beer & wine only. Smoking allowed. Pool tables & video games. Welcome bikers &

  • First Carolina Delicatessen

    Northern style, full service delicatessen.

  • Wilkes County Jaycees

    Non-profit Civic organization that is very active in the Wilkes County community.

  • Downtown Mocksville

    Sponsored by Davie County Chamber of Commerce. Parade starts at 2:00pm .

  • Middletown

    The village of Middletown was once Hyde County's largest port and it became its first incorporated town in 1787

  • Green Light Racing

    Home of the #07 Chevy Driven by Sean Murphy Small and home to the #08 Chevy driven by Bobby Hamilton, Jr.

  • Peking Wok


  • Propst House

    A Second Empire-style cottage built in 1883, the Propst House is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Terrell Country Store

    Built in 1891, this country store was the focal point of Terrell for trade and commerce in Southeastern Catawba County. The post office was housed in this building from 1893-1997

  • Waldensian Heritage Wines

    Small authentic Waldensian winery uses methods of the Waldensian immigrants from Italy who settled Valdese in 1893

  • Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station

    Located on Hwy. 12. First U.S. Lifesaving Station in North Carolina built and manned in 1874. Original station was converted into a boathouse when a newer station was constructed in 1911;

  • Country Homestead

    Located on Main Street in Sparta, they offer a selection of some antiques to collectibles, Boyds Bears, The Carolers, and much more, also have homemade cakes, pies, cookies, and other treats.

  • Lee Wind Wholesale Warehouse

    Need great outdoor wear? Located in State Road on Hwy 21 at the base of the mountain for Polartic-perfect for golfing, hunting, tennis and spectator sports from gloves, hats and vests to coats

  • World's Largest Highboy

    Furnitureland South is Home of the World's Largest Piece of Furniture, an 85' tall Highboy. The Highboy was designed by Sid Lenger to match the World'

  • Kovack Pottery

    Open since 1992

  • City Hall

    This granite-veneered landmark building was constructed by the WPA (1939-40) to house city government offices. The second-floor courtroom was renovated in the mid-1990

  • Town of Saint Pauls

    Home of NC Folk Arts Festival

  • Market House

    The focal point of downtown Fayetteville, the Market House was built in 1832 on the site of the old State House, which was destroyed by fire in 1831

  • The Howard House

    A Neoclassical Revival house with a full-height portico was built in 1908-1909 as an exact replica of the North Carolina building at the Jamestown Tricentennial Exposition in Jamestown, Virginia in 19

  • Carolina Mudcats Professional Baseball, Inc.

    Double A Baseball--Colorado Rockies affiliate. Come see Muddy the Mudcat at Five County Stadium!

  • African American Cultural Complex

    a unique collection of artifacts, documents and displays of outstanding contributions made by African Americans and are housed in several buildings along a picturesque nature trail.

  • Historic Ocracoke

    Many threads of history have been woven together into the fabric of life of this small barrier island community. Over 200

  • Captain's Bay


  • Hound Ears Club

    A 900-acre luxury resort and residential community tucked away in a valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains.Within the community are private homes, condominium units, a central clubhouse, 18

  • Blizzard's Surfside

    Apartments located in downtown Surf City, close to beach access (2nd Row), vending machine on premises, weekly specials available.

  • Ruby Tuesday

    From our famous ribs to our new low-carb items, we offer something for everyone. Also offering to-go service. New item includes "Party Pleasers"

  • Caff? Driade

    Selection of coffees and teas with light fare, including pastries and baked goods. Beer and Wine. Cigars. Inviting outdoor terrace. Live music Wed, Fri and Sat.

  • Images At The Crossroads, a Ben Long fresco

    Intriguing, expertly crafted and hauntingly beautiful, Images at the Crossroads is a richly hued masterpiece. Created by international fresco artist Ben Long, this larger than life painting (21

  • Schlotzsky's Deli

    Sandwiches, soups, salads, pizza and cookies.

  • Road's End Llamas

    Easy to moderate llama treks, 15 minutes from Madison County Visitor's Center. Half day hikes and half day hikes with picnic available.

  • Historic Downtown Marion

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, downtown Marion was established in 1842. Commercial development began in 1870 on 50 acres donated by John Carson. The Marion Depot is an 1860

  • Taqueria El Azteca

    Greensboro's only restaurant with handmade tortillas. Enjoy real Mexican food in our clean and beautiful restaurant. Eating our food is like eating at my mother's table in Mexico.

  • Chuckwagon

    lunch and dinner

  • Short Stop

    Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Interiors Marketplace

    Interiors Marketplace provides retail shopping of more than 180

  • Brevak Racing

    Home to Jake Hobgood #31 DodgeJason Shuler - Craftsman Truck Series.

  • The Seniors Country Store

    Just minutes north of Lexington, The Country Store is noted for its handmade quilts, tables, chairs, crafts and canned food items.

  • Yellow Branch Pottery and Cheese

    Yellow Branch Farm is the home of a small herd of jersey cows and their caretaker, Bruce DeGroot, along with Karen Mickler and other DeGroot family members. Licensed since 1985

  • Village Plaza

    South Elliott Rd between East Franklin St and Fordham Blvd (US Highway 15-501 Bypass)

  • Willow Creek Shopping Center

    This is a small shopping center with restaurants, grocery, drug store and other specialty stores.

  • Timberlyne Shopping Center

    Off NC Highway 86 North at 1129 Weaver Dairy Rd. This is a good-size service shopping center that also features a post office and several movie theaters.

  • Rams Plaza

    North of Ephesus Church Rd between Fordham Blvd (US Highway 15-501) and American Legion Rd. This is a compact, but diverse shopping center.

  • Glen Lennox

    Northeast corner of Fordham Blvd (US Highway 15-501) and Raleigh Rd (NC Highway 54 East). Chapel Hill's first shopping center (1950)

  • Glenwood Square

    Southeast corner of Fordham Blvd (US Highway 15-501) and Raleigh Rd (NC Highway 54 East). Open Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., noon-6

  • Eastgate Shopping Center

    Intersection of US Highway 15-501

  • The Galleria

    The Galleria offers upscale specialty businesses.

  • Daniel Boone Village, Hillsborough

    South Churton St at Exit 164 on Interstate 85. This quaint pioneer-style village has nearly 30

  • Chapel Hill North

    NC Highway 86 North, just south of Exit 266 on Interstate 40. This shopping center features several major national and regional stores, and service businesses.

  • Carrboro Plaza Shopping Center

    This is a major expanding shopping center that features more than a dozen specialty stores and service businesses. Food Lion, Dollar General and ABC Store are major anchors.

  • He's Not Here

    One of the oldest and well know night spots in Chapel Hill. Classic rock and blues. Known for big (33-oz.) Carolina blue cups of beer. Cover $2-$3 for live entertainment only.

  • Jimmy John's Sandwich Shoppe

    Chicago-based sandwich chain specializes in subs and clubs for the college crowd. All breads home-baked. Delivers till 3 am.

  • Local 506

    One of the top venues for original live music in the Triangle, with performances ranging from local bands to national artists. Membership $3.

  • McAlister's Deli

    Upscale Southern-style deli offers hefty-portion sandwiches, soups, salads and "Texas-size spuds'. Kids menu. Veg.

  • The Cave

    Features live music seven nights a week from 10 pm, plus pool, pinball and video games. Serves beer only.

  • The Dog House

    One of a local chain in business since 1970, serving hot dogs, fries, baked beans, apple turnovers, soft drinks and iced tea.

  • La Hacienda

    Like coming to a little Mexico. Authentic cuisine in a spacious dining room. Daily dinner and drink specials.

  • El Patio Loco

    Features an exclusive menu of authentic Mexican and Latin American food made from scratch. Entertainment.

  • Cosmic Cantina

    This northern California-style taqueria serves healthy burritos, salads and quesadillas, among other specialities.

  • Italian Pizzeria III

    Serves pizza, pasta, subs, salads and traditional Italian dishes.

  • Angus Barn

    Fine dining restaurant in a rustic atmosphere. Banquet rooms provide seating for 20-200. An elegant wine cellar dining rooms seats 12-28ppl.

  • Sal's Ristorante

    Has served delicious meals in the community since 1982

  • India Palace

    Fine, but inexpensive, Indian cuisine. Complete meals. Tandoor vegetarian dishes and classic Indian breads. Buffets Fri. - Sun. Veg.

  • Il Palio Ristorante

    Enjoy classic Italian cuisine in NC'

  • Caribou Coffee Company

    Serves fresh-roast coffee, specialty coffee drinks, teas, pastries and a whole line of merchandise (coffeemaking equipment, coffee beans, mugs, shirts and gift items).

  • Penang Malaysian & Thai

    Appetizers, soups, salads, entrees and desserts. Sushi bar.

  • The Waffle House

    Open 24 hours a day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • Starbucks Coffee

    All kinds of wonderful coffee and coffee drinks, plus pastries and desserts. Favorites are cheesecake, chocolate cake and scones.

  • La Residence

    Restaurant specializes in regional and seasonal foods combined with classical French techniques. Menu changes monthly. Extensive wine list. Patio dining in a Southern cottage garden.

  • Elaine's on Franklin

    Chef-owned restaurant offering changing menu of new American cuisine with regional influences. All homemade, including the wide choice of desserts.

  • Hurricane Fleet/ Ocean Atlantic

    Fishing & Cruising. Lots of parking.

  • Morgan Creek Manor

    We are a secluded mountain retreat on 50 acres near the Nantahala National Forest. We have hiking, mountain biking and ATV trails- we operate as a bed and breakfast-10

  • Skylight Exchange & Bookstore

    Motto is 'the best old-fashioned milkshakes in town'

  • Agora at Granville Towers

    Offers cafeteria-style dining daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner with well balanced, homestyle cooking.

  • Anna Maria's Pizzeria

    Serves traditional Italian food, including antipasti, lasagna, ravioli, parmagiana (veal, chicken and eggplant), spaghetti and Sicilian and specialty pizzas.

  • Cedar Hill Studio

    Home of Gretchen Clasby, creator of "Sonshine Promises"....Figurines, Greeting Cards, Calendar, Fine Art, and Prints. If you are looking for the Unique in Antiques, Art, Gifts and Decor.

  • Cup-A-Joe

    Coffee roasted on premises, plus espresso, cappuccino and latte drinks, smoothies and baked goods.

  • Yum Yum Chinese

    Serves Cantonese, Mandarin, Hunan and Szechwan food. Daily lunch specials.

  • Tsing Tao Chinese

    Authentic Chinese cuisine. Special-diet dishes with chef's special sauce. Traditional homemade noodles.

  • Joe's Joint

    Burgers, hotdogs, burritos and nachos, plus late-night breakfast foods like biscuits and breakfast burritos. The restaurant will also offer daily lunchtime specials featuring meat and vegetables.

  • Sushi-Yoshi Japanese

    Serves sushi, tempura, teriyaki, noodles and other traditional Japanese dinners with soup and salad.

  • Thai Palace

    Has offered authentic Thai cuisine at this location since 1987.

  • Jade Palace Chinese & Seafood

    Chinese and seafood restaurant. Stir-fried seafood plus delectable cuisine from Hunan and Szechwan provinces and Hong Kong.

  • Hong Kong Chinese

    All food is prepared from the finest, freshest ingredients. Fast lunch specials and chef's daily dinner specials with reasonable prices.

  • Red Lotus Asian Kitchen & Bar

    Offers a wide choice of traditional and creative new dishes, including appetizers, soup, salad, entrees, Asian noodles, rice lo mein and more.

  • Akai Hana Japanese

    Traditional Japanese cuisine and sushi bar, including a variety of sushi, teriyaki and tempura. Live piano jazz.

  • Ye Olde Waffle Shop

    For a food, old-fashioned breakfast. Serving Chapel Hill since 1972. Some of the best waffles, pancakes and omelets in town!

  • Discovery Diving Company

    Dive packages for six or more divers including accommodations at their own lodge and four dives are offered by Discovery Diving Company. Enjoy full service charters to the numerous wrecks of the "

  • Village Framer

    Custom framing, prints, eclectic gifts.

  • The Magnificat

    Christian Bookstore: Full line of Christian Gifts, Music, Cards, Bibles, Large Children's Department. Church Supplies & Curriculum & Teacher Materials.

  • Three Dot Pottery

    Handcrafted, wheel thrown functional and Raku pottery.

  • Ridge Runner Naturals

    A delightful shop full of nature-inspired gifts. From decorative accessories for the home, to educational childrens'

  • Mimi's Fabrications

    Fine fabrics, laces, threads and supplies for heirloom sewing, smocking, embroidery and quilting. Specializing in Needlearts books including Australian periodicals. Unique sewing notions. <

  • Nature's Beauties

    Hand made pottery thrown individually on a potter'

  • My Someday

    New construction, 2-story Victorian style. Three guest rooms with private baths furnished with antiques. Large sitting porch and deck for guest use. Full breakfast with varied menus provided.

  • Beech Mountain Sports

    A full service mountain bike shop. Sponsor of special mountain biking events during the biking season.

  • Courtyard by North Raleigh

    Newly renovated in the Fall of 2004, all rooms have a coffee maker, arge work desk, 2

  • The Sassy Goose

    Private and tranquil, your getaway to the Sassy Goose Bed &

  • Treehouse at Golden Pond

    Beautifully furnished 2 bedroom, 1 bath, sleeps four, central AC/

  • Carolina Princess

    Full- and half-day fishing aboard a 95' headboat departs from the Morehead City waterfront at 6

  • Murray's Mill

    Preserved intact are the 1913 mill itself, the 1890s Murray & Minges General Store, the 1880s Wheathouse, used as an exhibit gallery, the 1913

  • Whippoorwill Village

    The Village includes a one-room schoolhouse built in 1880 where North Carolina's Poet Laureate, Larkin Pearson attended school. Revisit Daniel Boone?s home (replica cabin)

  • Whispering Woods

    Three bedroom two bathroom cabin. Sleeps 8 adults, fireplace, Jacuzzi tub.

  • Benson Singing Grove

    Over one acre outdoor park with a 720 square foot stage and 600

  • Haw, Rocky, and Deep Rivers

    Canoe, Kayak, Rafting--all types of paddling trips. Area outfitters provide canoe, white water canoe, sea kayak, and whitewater kayak instruction and guided adventures.

  • Ride the Wind Surf Shop

    We offer ecotours & rentals so you can explore Ocracoke's wildlife and nature. Ocracoke Island is a kayaker's dream come true. The island is approximately 15

  • Pearson's Falls

    A 320-acre nature and wildlife preserve owned and maintained by Tryon Garden Club since 1929. Walking trail to base of 90

  • Bel Canto

    Professional choral ensemble. Bel Canto Company is a non-profit choral ensemble that perform a three concert subscription series at Christ United Methodist Church, Greensboro, NC

  • Cape Hatteras National Seashore

    Cape Hatteras was the first National Seashore in the country. It extends from Nags Head to Ocracoke Inlet and includes 13 miles of pristine beach on Ocracoke Island. Local folks call this area "

  • Barrier Island Kayaks

    Sea Kayaking on the Intracoastal Waterway in Swansboro, North Carolina. Popular destinations for your sea kayak adventure include Bear Island, Shark Tooth Island, Huggins Island and Bogue Inlet.

  • Alpine Court

    Motel and apartment available. Pool in premises. One night deposit required and is fully refundable with a 24 hour cancellation notice. No pets please. In the heart of Hot Springs!

  • Kids World Playground

    Castles, swinging bridge, dinosaur slide, rocket, trolley, tot lot, ship wreck towers, dawn to dusk for ages 0-12 years

  • North Carolina's Northeast

    Welcome to North Carolina'

  • Jarrett House

    One of the oldest inns in Western NC was built in 1884

  • "Reel Mistress" family sportfishing boat

    Fully equipped 28' custom Carolina Classic departs Sea Water Marina, Atlantic Beach for full and half day sportfishing. Inshore, offshore and Gulf Stream fishing, tournaments and sight seeing.

  • Continental Shelf

    This 100-foot express headboat offers weekday full-day Gulf Stream fishing for red and silver snapper, grouper and trigger fish and 18-hour overnights departing Saturday at midnight, returning 6

  • Historic Downtown Wilson

    Features over 25 historic buildings, churches and homes that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Enjoy on foot or driving through the tree-lined streets of downtown Wilson.

  • Skateland USA

    Roller skating, video games and parties.

  • Hickory Dickory Dock

    33,000 square feet of indoor activities for families, groups and parties. Bumper cars, mini golf soft modular play, two laser arenas, 100 arcade games.

  • Union Grove Ruritan Club

    Host for the Annual Union Grove Spring Festival & Parade

  • Watauga River

    Whitewater rafting and canoeing on the scenic Watauga River. Local outfitter: Wahoo's Adventures, 800/444-7238.

  • Binh Minh Vietnamese

    Causal dining and attentive service. Asian menu of Vietmanese entrees and soups with a selection of Chinese fare. Lunch specials served Tues-Fri. Open for Lunch and Dinner Tues-Sun.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Hoagies and other sandwiches

  • Millie's Hot Dogs

    Take-out home-cooked meals, hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken tenders, desserts.

  • Kelly's Classic Autos

    Travel back through 100 years of automotive history! This museum is one of the very few in North Carolina dedicated to the automobile. Admission Fee. Located on US Hwy 1, Pinebluff.

  • Dan River

    Gentle float trips on river running through Rockingham and Stokes Counties, past rocky cliffs, dense forest and mountain laurel. Local outfitters: Dan River Campground (336)427-8530;

  • Stuzzico Antica Pizzeria

    Pizza, calzones, stromboli, pasta, seafood, desserts, sandwiches, and a variety of other Italian dishes. Outdoor dining. Beer/Wine.

  • Margarita's

    Mexican food, open for dinner only

  • Fuddruckers

    The world's greatest hamburgers, chicken, and steak sandwiches. Kids' menu, fresh condiment bar, in-house bakery, which includes fresh buns, desserts and hand-dipped Edy'

  • Amtrak Station - Cary

    Unstaffed station. Automatic doors are open 4:30a.m. to midnight daily. Ticket reservation phone available, free parking, no checked baggage, no ticket window sales. Daily trains include: 73, 74 (

  • W.B. Yeats Irish Pub

    Chapel Hill's original Irish pub, featuring menu and lunch buffet of authentic Irish and American food. Outdoor patio. Tue. talent night; Wed. pub quiz (with prizes);

  • Town of Newton Grove

    The Town of Newton Grove, located at the northern end of Sampson County, was first incorporated in 1879 and again in 1935

  • Birthplace of Pepsi

    On this spot in his pharmacy, Caleb Bradham invented "Brad's Drink" which later he patented as Pepsi-Cola. Today, you can relax and enjoy a Pepsi-Cola at the recreated soda fountain.

  • Historic Downtown Elkin

    Self guided Historic Downtown Elkin walking tour available at Visitors Center. Sites & structures on National Register plus Main Street designated downtown sites 1850. Free


  • Quizno's

    Italian sandwich shop featuring oven-baked subs, soups and desserts. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • The Summer House

    Representing National and regional artists, selection includes paintings, photography craft and design by some of the premier craftsmen in the country. A full season of exhibitions are scheduled.

  • The Interior Exchange

    Antiques, art and fine furniture. Exclusive to Western Carolina, Nicholas Mosse Irish pottery. Crabttree and Evelyn stocklist.

  • Stone Lantern

    Antiques and contemporary oriental art. Extensive collection of fine jewelry, bronzes, porcelain, and garden accessories classes and supplies. Open year round.

  • Grave site of Aunt Bee (Frances Bavier) Andy Griffith Show

    Located in Oakwood Cemetery in Siler City, NC; Chatham County.

  • Tijuana Fats'

    Main Street. Great Mexican Food and Bar in a festive atmosphere. Menu features mild and picante entrees;

  • Idylvale Country Home

    Charming chalet nestled at the edge of the woods overlooking a scenic pond (stocked). This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sits on 23

  • ClayWaves Studio

    Stoneware functional pottery. Classes, workshops, intensives. Functional stoneware pottery for the home. Open year round.

  • Blimpie Subs & Salads

    Delicious subs, sandwiches and salads made fresh every day! Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open year round.

  • The Lily Patch

    We are a daylily &

  • Grandma's House

    Want to try country living? Three bedroom, one bath, completely furnished, remodeled farm house. No pets allowed.

  • Shiki

    Casual Japanese Steak House. You may watch your food being prepared through a glass window while you wait.

  • Durham's Best Cab Company

    Cab dispatch company.

  • Robinson's Shuttle, Inc.

    Van shuttle with service to destinations within the Triangle, state-wide, and to surrounding states.

  • First Flight Bicycles

    New and Used bikes sales and repairs. You may also view 300 antique bikes on display.

  • AmStar 14

    A movie cinema with stadium seating and a comfortable arrangement with 14 theaters for your viewing pleasure

  • Morgan Imports, Ltd

    In business 29

  • El Jalapeno

    Traditional Mexican food. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Old Gwaltney Place

    The cabin is 85 yr. old restored farm house has 3 bedrooms, fireplace, great view, and is near slopes. Horseback riding, white water rafting, hiking trails. The cabin is furnished in antiques.

  • Four Seasons at Beech

    High atop Beech Mountain, the 4 Seasons lodge awaits you. 4

  • Heirlooms

    Custom hand-painted furniture and gifts.

  • The Persian Carpet

    British arts and crafts and antique Persian carpets.

  • X-press Motorsports

    Home to Mike Bliss #16 Chevy - Craftsman Truck Series.

  • PPC Racing

    Busch Grand National#10 Ford John Andretti#22 Ford Kenny Wallace#15 Ford Michael Jourdain, Jr.Craftsman Truck Series#10 Ford Terry Cook

  • Friendly Center

    Enjoy the convenience, variety and selection offered in a beautiful, open shopping village. Featuring Belk, Macy's, Sears, Old Navy, The Grande Cinemas, The Extra Ingredient, Harper'

  • The Pelletier House & Wantland Spring

    Built by Rufus F. Pelletier in mid-1800's. This Greek revival designed home is the oldest standing structure in the city of Jacksonville. Wantland Spring is dated to 1731

  • Roaring Fork Studios

    Hand crafted furniture, custom cabinetry and garden arts-design and installation services. Call for appointment.

  • Blue Ridge Breeze

    Mountain top home on private setting with scenic view. New furnished and unfurnished 3 bedroom, l-l/2 bath, complete kitchen with microwave, dw, phone, w/

  • Green Hills

    A blue collar course with excellent greens. All golfers are welcome.9 holes, par 35, pro shop, rentals.Open year-round.

  • Carolina Beer & Beverage, LLC

    Brewery. Maker of Carolina Blonde.Tours available on Saturdays from 12 noon - 2pm.Known for their flagship, Carolina Blonde Light and now Mike's Hard Lemonade.704-799-2337


  • T.L.C. Associates

    Beautiful homes, home sites, acreages and commercial properties, & rentals. Family owned and operated for 20 years by Betty and Tom Coffeen. (828) 526-5015.

  • Danny's

    Great country cooking. Meats and vegetables, Greek specials, salads and a wonderful country breakfast. Open Mon-Sat for breakfast and lunch. Personal checks accepted.

  • Jessie's Vienna

    Sr. Citizen Discount

  • Pit Instruction Training (5 Off 5 On)

    Professional pit team athlete and race crew training. Pit crew demonstrations and promotional events. Race-focused team building and group experiences.This is a state-of-the-art facility with over 1

  • Mooresville Ice Cream Company

    For a special taste treat at an old time ice cream bar, come enjoy the mouth watering Deluxe ice cream

  • Foster's Market Chapel Hill

    A gourmet grocery store with brick pizza oven, coffee bar and patio dining, offering freshly baked pastries and homemade soups, salads and sandwiches.

  • Kurama Sushi & Noodle Express

    Japanese chefs prepare sushi in NC's first Kaiten sushi bar, also offering appetizers, dumplings, noodles and desserts.

  • Pinehurst Harness Track

    Circa - 1915 track of 110 plus acres listed in the National Register. Standardbred training Oct - May, spring Matinee Races; numerous equestrian shows/events; polo matches.


  • Mid South Club

    Formerly known as Plantation Golf Club. 4-1/2 star rating from Golf Digest. Ranked #2 in the Sandhills by our local PGA members. Host for U.S. Open Qualifier, U.S. Amateur Qualifier, Carolina Pro/

  • Armstrong Fish Hatchery

    State fish hatchery open throughout the year. View and feed three species of trout in raceways and ponds. School tours available.

  • Snappy Lunch

    Snappy Lunch was mentioned on the Andy Griffith Show and Andy ate here as a young boy. Snappy Lunch is Mount Airy's oldest restaurant, circa 1923

  • Crook's Corner

    Fine seasonal Southern dining and fresh seafood specialties, inside and on patio. Menu changes daily. Home of shrimp and grits and vegetarian jambalaya. Casual lively atmosphere.

  • Quizno's Subs

    Open for lunch and dinner. Submarine sandwiches, salads, soups and sides.

  • Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen

    Serves large biscuits, sandwiches, hamburgers, fries and more.

  • Henderson-Vance Recreation Dept.

    Office located at 300 S. Garnett St.(Henry A. Dennis Building), in downtown Henderson.Competition softball fields available for tournaments.

  • Tate Street Coffee House

    Fair trade organic coffees, delicious pastries, bagels, and lunch items. Live jazz weekend mornings at 11:00 a.m.

  • Jasper Motorsports

    NASCAR's Winston Cup Series Car- number 77, a Ford, driven by Robert Pressley. The sponsor is Jasper Engines. There is a in-store viewing area open to the public.

  • Fields of the Wood

    A 200-acre Bible Park with gift shop, bookstore, gospel theater, picnic areas and nature trails. An entire mountainside displays the Ten Commandments written in stone.

  • The Blowing Rock

    The Blowing Rock is an immense cliff 4000 feet above sea level, over-hanging Johns River Gorge 3000

  • Glencoe Mill Village

    This village consists of a cotton mill complex and associated worker housing community, and was built on a 105-acre site along the Haw River between 1880 and 1882

  • Capt. Stacy Fishing Center

    Full and half-day fishing charters are offered on six-passenger boats from 34' to 54'. Full-day troll for tuna, dolphin, wahoo, king mackerel, sailfish and blue marlin;

  • S & T's Soda Shoppe

    Part of downtown Pittsboro, which includes a variety of quaint shops and good restaurants, S & T'

  • Eagleland

    North Carolina Central University memorabilia and Durham memorabilia.

  • Clairmont Crest

    Monthly rentals only. Creek-side locations.

  • Foster's Market

    House Beautiful - "a specialty and takeout food store in Durham...Wednesday farmers' market...handy tables and chairs have been set up on the porch and deck for drop-in meals."

  • Apex Festival Commission

    the Apex Festival Commission plans and organizes 2 major Festivals each year. These include the Peak Fest (the first weekend in May), and The Festival of Today and YesterYear (

  • Air Cobra

    Oxford - Henderson Airport, 5,000 ft. runway.919-693-5769

  • Madelyn's in the Grove

    Lovely B & B in charming farming community. Vegetarians welcome.

  • Beef Burger

    Fast Food

  • La Fiesta

    Enjoy delicious Mexican cuisine prepared fresh daily and margaritas in a family atmosphere.

  • Checker Flag Lightning Featuring NASCAR Silicon Motor Speedway

    Home of the world's most realistic racing simulators where visitors race against their friends in 750-horsepower NASCAR stock cars traveling at speeds of up to 200

  • The Barker House

    Come and Rock on the Porch! The Barker House, 1782, was home of Thomas and Penelope Barker. Penelope presided over the famous Edenton Tea Party, 1774

  • International House Of Pancakes

    Family restaurant serving breakfast all day. Open daily.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarines, soups and salads.

  • Golden Corral

    I-40 at Wendover Avenue location. Steaks, buffet, bakery. Lunch and dinner served daily. Breakfast served on weekends.

  • International House Of Pancakes

    Family style restaurant and coffee shop.

  • The Screaming Parrot

    Sandwiches, appetizers, burger and live entertainment nightly. Open daily for dinner and also open Sun for lunch.

  • A&B Milling Company

    A family owned agribusiness, A&B milling Company was established in 1945 as a feed, seed and fertilizer store serving local farmers. A&

  • Ham's

    Homemade chips, soups and sandwiches. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • NC Office of Sports Development

    The mission of the North Carolina Sports Development Office is to foster economic development through coordinating and developing North Carolina?

  • NC Division of Bicycle & Pedestrian Transportation

    Provides bicycling maps for all areas of North Carolina.

  • RW & Billy Ballew Motorsports

    Home to John Wood #15 Ford - Craftsman Truck Series.

  • Old South Guest House

    Apartment and a house for families and friends located close to downtown Tryon.

  • Pier 35

    Dining in a converted farmer'

  • Darryls

    Festive two-story restaurantand bar in operation for over 20 years. Offering fine steaks, ribs, and American cuisine made from scratch. Outdoor dining. Group seating for 30

  • Positano

    Intimate Italian dining at a reasonable price. Authentic dishes prepared fresh daily.

  • Bradley Falls

    The trail to Big Bradley Falls is part of an unmarked, untended section of the Green River Game Lands - a rugged, 10,000

  • St. James Place

    Restored Primitive Baptist Church serving as a museum for folk art, quilts, furniture and pottery. Contains original furnishings, over 100 North Carolina quilts and over 600

  • Best Western- Raleigh North

    We boast a quiet atmosphere for family fun. Close to most city attractions, this newly renovated property has three floors offering rooms with kings, queens, and suites.

  • Southern Village

    Southern Village features a movie theater, a farmers market, Weaver Street?

  • A Bed of Roses

    Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in the Montford Historic District. The inn was meticulously restored in 2002. Located five blocks from Asheville'

  • Octagon House

    Some call the Octagon House the "round house," others call it the "inkwell."

  • Sandtrap

    Sports bar featuring appetizers and sandwiches. Open Mon-Fri for dinner and Open Sat-Sun for lunch and dinner.

  • Kirby Civic Auditorium

    Cultural events including live theatre, dance and concerts are the norm in this restored movie house.

  • Club Orion

    Deli-style menu. Party and dance atmosphere. Open daily for dinner.

  • Kitty Hawk Sports

    Outdoor sports dealership and beach accessories outfitter. Watersports and kayaking rentals and sales. Large selection of beach and surf wear. Surf Outfitter.

  • Kitty Hawk Kites I

    Kitty Hawk Kites is the largest kite retailer in the world, also offering the best selection of flags, windsocks and spinners. Don't miss our great selection of t-shirts, Route 12

  • Fuddruckers

    American-Casual Attire

  • Davidson County Livestock Market

    Weekly auctions and sales of horses, cattle, goats, sheep and chickens. Facility is located in Lexington off Business 85 at the Old US 64

  • Four Oaks Lodging

    A 14 room property located in Four Oaks off of I-95 exit 90.

  • Dean Smith Center

    The Dean E. Smith Center is the third largest on-campus arena in the country, with a seating capacity of 21,750 for basketball games and 20,380

  • Historic Pittsboro

    Pittsboro, named for William Pitt the Younger, was established in 1787 near Chatham Courthouse, the locus of county government since 1771

  • Carroll's Fine Foods

    Open at 5am serving "Home Style Cooking". Breakfast served till 10:30am, lunch served till 2:00pm. Games and pool tables open till 10:00pm. No alcohol permitted.

  • Carolina Sky Sports

    Located in Louisburg, Carolina Sky Sports is the largest skydiving center in the Mid-Atlantic region and is a member of the Parachute Industry Association.

  • Reid's Country Sampler

    A rich blend of country quilts, collectibles and oak furniture. Located off of I-95 in Uptown Selma. Free Antique appraisal clinics offered several times a year.

  • India Palace

    Offering vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu items. Seafood, halal meat, chicken and more. Lunch buffet. Reservations suggested. Group seating for 30 or more.

  • Counter Culture Coffee

    Individual house blends for Durham fine dining, Magnolia Grill, Nana's, Pop's. Also available at Wellspring Grocery.

  • Crystal Coast's 4th of July Fireworks & Concerts

    Atlantic Beach, Emerald Isle & Morehead City.

  • North Carolina Azalea Festival

    The North Carolina Azalea Festival has showcased the greater Wilmington community and provided first class entertainment and significant economic impact for the past 55

  • Burnetts Landing

    Located on Lake James. Hankins Road and Lake James Road, Marion. Open year round. Sites: some gravel, some grass, all shaded, water and electric hook-ups available (a/c extra)

  • Mountain Village Chalets

    We have chalets that sleep up to 11 people, cabins that sleep 2-8 people & suites that sleep 2-4 people. Rocky Broad River is across the street from us, Chimney Rock Park is 1 1/2 miles from us &

  • The Melting Pot

    Raleigh's only Fondue restaurant. Swiss and cheddar cheeses, fresh vegetables, meats and fish. All cooked at your table. Casually elegant.

  • Wildwater Ltd.

    Fully guided, guide-assisted and rental trips available. A family-owned business since 1971, Wildwater runs on the Nantahala, Ocoee, Big Pigeon and Chattooga Rivers. Offering the Raft'N Rail since 1

  • Ellenburg's Wicker and Casual

    Medium to upper end casual furniture. Specializing in wicker and rattan.

  • Kannapolis Intimidators

    Class "A" Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. Member of the South Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, Northern Division. Play 70

  • Blue Ridge Village

    Vacation resort featuring indoor heated swimming pool, fishing/paddle boat pond, boat dock, beach, indoor whirlpools, playground, 9 hole mini golf course, fitness center, 2 saunas, 2

  • Tillery Sportsman Store

    Tillery Sportsman Store is a facility that offers hunting and fishing supplies for all of your outdoor needs. They have a restaurant that serves breakfast ,lunch, and dinner. They offer live bait/

  • Executive Sandwich Shop

    Soups, subs and sandwiches. Breakfast and lunch served Mon.-Fri. Personal checks accepted.

  • Vertical Edge Climbing Center

    10,000 square feet of wall-to-wall faux cliffs, caverns, overhangs and mountainous terrain.

  • Blue Ridge Rafting

    Whitewater trips on the French Broad River. Full or half day. Waterfront lodging at our outpost in Hot Springs. Custom tailored packages, group and seasonal discounts.

  • Ragazzi's

    Pasta and other italian specialities. Open for lunch and dinner

  • Austin's Tamarack

    Vacation Cabin Rental with full deck,beautiful view, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Completely Furnished, washer/dryer, cable TV, phone

  • Joseph's

    Full breakfast menu and buffet. Other items for lunch include salads, sandwiches, grilled items such as chicken, steaks and more. Reservations suggested.

  • What Fir!

    Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Sunday. Directions: From Boone, NC, take Hwy 194 N 1.6

  • Pinehurst Sundry & Soda Fountain

    Sandwiches/Ice CreamNo Credit Cards

  • Trilussa La Trattoria

    Cuisine is Mediterranean, mostly French and Italian, with some Spanish influences. Seafood, vegetarian and pasta.

  • Bateman's Produce & Apple House

    Fresh local produce, condiments, sourwood honey and mountain-grown apples. Four miles south of Franklin on US Hwy. 441.

  • Waffle Shop

    Breakfast anytime - Open 24 hours a day

  • Leatherwood Mountains

    A true wilderness resort unlike anywhere you've ever been, and yet it feels like "home". In the mountains of northwestern North Carolina, amid thousands of acres of family land in Wilkes County, we'

  • America's Best Value

    Located I-85 exit 58. Close to Lowe's Motor Speedway, Concord Mills, Charlotte.

  • Pazzo! Trattoria and Pizzeria

    Regional Italian menu, including complete dinners with fish, steaks, gourmet salads, soup, pizza, stromboli, calzone, homemade desserts, espresso, cappucino and more.

  • Roaring River Chalets

    408 Roaring River Road. Located 2 miles from Blowing Rock off Highways 321-221

  • Margarettsville Speedway

    World class dirt racing speedway. Races held from March through October each year. State Championships as well as Grand Nationals held at this venue. Come join the fun and excitement.

  • I'm Precious Too!

    Shopping on Main is not complete until you reach this enchanting cottage. Antiques, collectibles, art gallery, and fine linens. Wearable finery, vintage and new. Quality at its best.

  • Golden Dragon

    Chinese, open daily for lunch and dinner (Sun, dinner only).

  • Cape Lookout National Seashore

    Cape Lookout National Seashore consists of three undeveloped barrier islands covering 55 miles. Activities include:

  • Jeepers

    America's premier indoor children's entertainment center with thrilling amusement park rides, a fun-filled soft playground and dozens of skill games specially designed for children under 12

  • Pisgah Covered Bridge

    Explore this interesting historic structure, one of North Carolina?

  • Blue Ridge Vistas

    Blue Ridge Vistas is a Brevard, North Carolina secluded mountain retreat and vacation rental. Perfect for weddings, family reunions, exclusive retreats and groups up to 13

  • Reynolds Coliseum

    Built in the late 1940's, Reynolds was a showcase when opened, as was home to several early ACC tournaments. The $2.3

  • RockSportsplex

    Baseball, softball, lighted driving range, putt-putt and concessions available.

  • Colton Court

    Private phones. Free ride to casino.

  • Dorton Arena

    The Dorton Arena, located on the NC State Fairgrounds, was built to serve agriculture, industry commerce and the general welfare of NC. Earning an international reputation since its construction in 19

  • Laurel Creek Nurseries, Inc.

    Hours: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM Monday - Saturday, 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM Sunday. Species: Fraser Fir, Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce, White Pine. Features: Gift shop, tree wrapping.

  • Motsinger Christmas Trees

    Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Saturday, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday. Directions: From Interstate 77 at Elkin, take 21 North (exit 83) approximately 18

  • Sonny's Sandwiches

    Specializing in teriyaki chicken sandwiches, Angus-beef burgers and warm deli sandwiches.

  • Katie's Pretzels

    Hot fresh soft pretzels baked daily, plus fresh squeezed lemonade, limeade, orangeade and grapefruitade. Daily lunch specials.

  • Greenspire Nursery & Landscaping

    Featuring North Carolina grown woody ornamentals and landscape plants for sale by appointment;

  • Downtown Angier

    Host of the annual Crepe Myrtle festival, a family-oriented festival featuring crafts, food, entertainment and more.

  • Freeman's Apple House

    From Hendersonville take I-26 exit 18 (Bat Cave exit) to Highway 64. Go 2.2 miles. On right. Hours: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Open seven days a week.

  • Coward's Red & White

    Takeout meals only. Open 7 days a week from 6 AM to 8 PM. Home style daily lunch specials featuring local vegetables. Rotisserie chicken, subs, hamburgers, and hot dogs.

  • Sonic

    Classic Drive-In

  • Lacy's

    Collectibles, including a wide range of Tom Clark Gnomes; gifts; bridal registry; and awards/trophies engraving.

  • Abercrombe's Country Classics

    A country store housed in a historical church building. Both the crafts and the building are worth a visit!

  • Mama Dip's Kitchen

    An abundance of traditional American food -- a real taste of the South--especially vegetables.

  • The Corner Palate

    A casual, full service restaurant serving lunch and dinner. All ABC permits.

  • Green River

    Class I, II and III rapids make for great float trips and kayaking classes on the scenic Green River. Class IV rapids for advanced paddlers. Local outfitters:

  • Nantahala River

    Popular whitewater river rushes through the Nantahala National Forest. Local outfitters: Adventurers Fast Rivers Rafting, ; Carolina Outfitters Whitewater Rafting, 800/468-7238;

  • Huck Sansbury Recreational Complex

    A popular park with gym, ballfield, lighted tennis courts and walking path. This is the most utilized complex in Person County.

  • China Eight

    Chinese cuisine served. Located in Benson, home to the Annual Mule Days Festival the fourth weekend in September and the Benson Singing Convention in June. In Johnston County from I-95, Exit 79

  • RBC Center

    The RBC Center is the premier state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility in the Southeast.RBC Center is home of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes and NC State University'

  • Uwharrie River Company

    Canoe outfitter operating on and around the Uwharrie River and local flat water lakes offering guided trips, stream side meals and shuttle service.

  • Pastabilities

    A comfortable neighborhood restaurant featuring delicious pasta, salads, sandwiches, and nightly grilled specials. Homemade desserts, cappuccino, espresso and great wine.

  • Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center

    Back-to-Nature Trail. A 2,856 acre "outdoor" classroom of mature bottomland hardwood forest, riverine swamps, natural sloughs and Cypress-Tupolo-Gum swamps. Facilities include a classroom for 36-50

  • Jay Bee's

    World Famous Foot-long hot dog and milk shakes.

  • Witherspoon Rose Culture

    A 47 year old business of cut roses and rose bushes. Garden with over 1800 rose bushes on-site.

  • Island Bazaar

    We are a most unique specialty shop. Featuring: Bridal Registry, National Bridal Service Member, Registered Bridal Consultant, Fine China, Tableware, Sterling, Crystal, etc. Fine Gifts: Dept. 56

  • The Classic Wineseller

    Fine wine retail shop. Relaxing patio wine bar.

  • L. Pierce Pottery

    Handpainted Dinner Ware & Home Accessories.

  • Riggs Pork Market

    Pork products from their own herd are processed at this market, which specializes in making sausages.

  • Dunn-Benson Dragstrip

    Drag racing has been around for decades, and while urban sprawl may be taking up track property and closing them down, drag racing is still a popular sport.

  • Kenmure Properties, Ltd.

    Kenmure is a 1400 acre planned private gated community offering a 18

  • Historic Oakwood

    A Victorian neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with restored homes built between 1870 and 1912. This 20

  • City Market

    Historic produce market that began operating in the early 1900s. Located in downtown'

  • Murray's Mill

    Turn-of-the century gristmill featuring one of the largest water wheels in the state, plus general store, folk art museum, and restored residence of the owner/

  • Whitaker Creek Yacht Harbor

    Full service Marina

  • Robert C. Smith House

    Eng and Chang Bunker - "The Original Siamese Twins" Exhibit. An Exhibit on Donna Fargo's musical career including stage outfits and records. Also see Andy Griffith items.


  • N. C. Granite Corp.

    Mount Airy is the home of the world's largest open faced granite quarry. The quarry has been in operation since 1889. Many of Mount Airy'

  • Thorpe's Incorporated

    Luxury Limousine & Shuttle Service/ Late Model Super Stretch

  • Nancy Tut's Christmas Shop

    Christmas decorations, collectibles, such as Dept. 56, Byers choice, carolers, precious moments, cherished teddies, Boyds bears, and Seraphim Angels.

  • Shortoff Mountain

    Located south of Table Rock in the wilderness area. The 400

  • Chuck E. Cheese

    Kids' (ages 2-11) pizza restaurant with robotics show, kiddie rides, video games and ball crawl. Reservations required for birthday parties. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Booth's Guest House

    9 rooms. Refrigerator, Microwave, Coffee Maker, Cooking Facilities.

  • The Carolina

    Features 18 holes of finely crafted tradition. Its design is woven into the fabric of the area'

  • La Villa

    Italian food

  • Dolphin Lane

    Oceanfront rooms, efficiencies and two-bedroom efficiencies. We offer color TV, solar heated pool, children's playground, 1 1/2 blocks away from boardwalk and fishing fleet. Fully A/C.

  • Wentworth & Leggett Bookshop

    Old, rare, and out-of-print books; vintage postcards, maps, and prints.

  • Gertrude Smith House

    Built by merchant and landowner Jefferson Davis Smith, this Victorian-style home contains period furnishings and is on National Register of Historic Places. Call 1-800-576-0231 tour schedule.

  • Holly Shelter Game Land

    48,795 acres of land. Roughly 30,000 acres consists of Carolina Bay and Pocosin Swamp habitat and vegitation. Wild life and plant life. Sandridge, Longleaf Pine, and Wiregrass. 65

  • El Vaquero


  • Fat Ratz Sports Bar

    Sports Bar and Grill just minutes from I-95.

  • Waffle House/Benson

    Waffle House is the World's leading server of Waffles, T-Bone Steaks, Omelets, Cheese 'n Eggs, Grits, Raisin Toast, and Apple Butter.

  • Asheville Ramada

    Located off I-40 and 1-240 at River Ridge Marketplace with its 25

  • Li'l Bar

    Light snack foods during the week. Chicken wings on Thur. Race cook-outs on Sun. Pool, darts and horseshoes. No cover.

  • Gate City Chop House

    An upscale steakhouse specializing in certified angus beef, ocean fresh seafood, veal, lamb, and pork entrees. Patio dining available. Group seating for 30 or more. Private banquet room.

  • PlayMakers Repertory Company

    PlayMakers performs a five-show season in the Center for Dramatic Art on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. It's North Carolina's premier, professional, non-profit theatre company. For tickets call (919) 9

  • Shiki II

    Casual Japanese Steak House.

  • Rockingham Dragway

    IRHA Championship Drag Racing, featuring 100 events per year, running from Feb. to Nov. Highlights include two national drag-racing events and many Friday Nite Street Drags.

  • Grave Digger

    Monster trucks on display, open 9:00 am to 6:00 pm seven days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

  • Tranquility Unlimited

    Newly built log cabin located 2 miles from Sparta on the Little River. Fully furnished w/living/dining area, kitchen, one bedroom and bath on first floor, loft sitting area w/

  • Knollwood House

    Knollwood House has been recognized as ?..the Pinehurst area?s most elegant bed-and-breakfast?? by Golf Odyssey Magazine. Don?

  • Amtrak Station - Wilson

    Open 10:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. daily. Trains servicing this location include the Carolinian (trains 79, 80) and the Silver Palm(trains 89, 90).

  • Fleetwood Falls

    Fleetwood Falls chalet rentals surrounded by nature trails, mountain streams, and two lakes. Near the New River.

  • The Highlands at Sugar

    A 57 unit full service 1 and 2

  • Historic Windsor

    Created by the Colonial Assembly in 1768, New Windsor was established on the site known as Gray's Lading where William Gray had offered 100

  • The Center At Rose Creek

    A Mountain Retreat and Conference Center on 17

  • Venero's Pizzeria

    Venero's Pizzeria serves New York style pizza and authentic Italian cusine.

  • North Carolina Dept. of Transportation Rail Division

    North Carolina?s Amtrak Come experience our southern hospitality, enjoy our renovated train stations?

  • TJ's Deli

    Enjoy a wide variety of burgers, subs, sandwiches, homemade desserts and a soup and salad bar in a casual atmosphere. Open daily for lunch and dinner.Personal checks accepted.

  • Amtrak Station - Durham

    This full service station includes Amtrak ticket agent on duty, walk-up ticket window sales, free parking and checked baggage. Station open daily 7a.m. to 9p.m. Daily trains include: 73, 74 (

  • Lowe's Motor Speedway

    Built in 1960, the famous 1.5 mile superspeedway is home to NASCAR Nextel Cup, Busch and Craftsman Truck Series racing. NASCAR events highlight the schedule in May and October, but the 167,000

  • Wolfe's Angel

    Author Thomas Wolfe's first novel was "Look Homeward, Angel," in which there are constant references to an angel statue imported from Italy. This was among the statues which Wolfe'

  • Historic Downtown Marshall

    Marshall is enshrined in the Ripley?

  • Amtrak Station - Salisbury

    Attendant is on duty daily at this historically renovated station to answer passenger questions beginning one hour before each train arrives, until 30

  • Finder's Keepers

    Antiques, collectibles, and thrift.

  • Capital City BMX

    The BMX Track races are open to the public and races are organized according to age groups and skills levels, enabling everyone to compete fairly. Raleigh'

  • Jambbas Ranch

    See animals in a natural habitat including buffalo, llamas, deer, elk, grizzly bear, sheep, ducks and peacocks.

  • Wildwater Ltd. Rafting

    Whitewater rafting since 1971 for families, friends and co-workers.

  • Kestler's Bridge

    This is the best surviving example of an old wooden railroad trestle in Piedmont, North Carolina. It anchored the route of the AT&O Railroad for more than 100 years

  • Bostian Bridge

    1858 bridge has a twin in Salisbury. It is one of the few stuccoed brick bridges left in the South. The famous train wreck occurred in 1891

  • Tom Dula

    Tom Dula's legend was outlined in the Kingston Trio's song "Hang Down Your Head, Tom Dooley". The tale of Tom Dula is one of love, betrayal, and murder. In 1866

  • Chuck E. Cheese's

    More than just a restaurant , this is an indoor entertainment center and pizza restaurant for kids of all ages.

  • Grand Slam U.S.A.

    Four indoor batting cages and two full-size basketball courts make this a children's year-round sports center. NET-WORKS runs a basketball challenge league here, too.

  • Haliwa-Saponi Tribe

    The Haliwa-Saponi Tribe consists of 3,800 enrolled tribal members and approximately 2,700 (73%)

  • Topsail Watersports

    Across from Surf City Post Office. Rent wave runners, jet skis, motor boats and pontoon boats.

  • Atkinson Milling Co.

    Strawberry Picking and Farm Heritage Trails. This old grist mill was built in 1757, while North Carolina was still a colony. It has been in continuous operation for over 240

  • Yellow Submarine

    Pizza, subs, salads, kids menu, dinners and char-grilled items. Large air-conditioned dining area. Ice Cream Parlor. Free Delivery from MP 10 - MP 21.5

  • Poor Richards Sandwich Shop

    Cold & grilled sandwiches, homemade soups, variety of salads. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Open all year. New Pub open after 5pm with live music.

  • Fisherman's Wharf

    Local seafood. Lunch & Dinner. MC, V, DC, Disc. Open April - Nov.

  • Moorefields

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Alfred Moore (1755-1810) of Wilmington built Moorefields in 1785

  • Lemon's Jewelry, Inc.

    Jewelry selections

  • The High House

    The High House Bed & Breakfast, nearly 200 years old, is located in historic river community of Fair Bluff. The 54 foot long porch is a wonderful place to sit and relax. The 2

  • Gill's Jeans and Things

    Clothing for the entire family. Also, find accessories such as handkerchiefs, briefs, belts, etc.

  • Studio Roxie

    Complete photography studio, tanning salon, custom framing. Also sells local pottery, art and giftsLocated in the Sparta Square Shopping Center

  • Capital Area Transit (CAT)

    CAT is the city of Raleigh's local city bus transportation company.

  • Greyhound Bus Lines of Raleigh

    Greyhound Bus Lines offers bus transportation to the Raleigh area, other cities and states. Call for more information.

  • Clockworld

    Wonderful selection of clocks and repair also

  • Allison Woods

    Over 3000 acres of historic gardens and structures dating back to the 1760

  • Junk and Stuff

    Unique craft shop.

  • Cashie Wetlands Walk

    Boardwalk in a natural wetlands environment with cypress trees and other swampland flora. Walk takes visitor to the edge of the Cashie River, which is 20 miles long, as deep as 80

  • Tortuga's Lie

    Featuring Carribean cuisine. Lunch & Dinner. Bar. Most credit cards accepted.

  • Tale of the Whale

    Seafood, steaks, prime rib, pastas, chicken & house specialties. Dinner. Bar. MC, V, Amx, DC, Disc. Open April - Nov. Now our 26th Year!

  • Ebenezer Academy

    The oldest school house still standing in Iredell County. Chartered in 1822 and built in 1823 of logs. An exhibit of early school items is on display

  • Snow Bird

    Burgers, BBQ, hot dogs, salads, seafood, and softserve ice cream specialties.

  • Kincaid Homes

    These two homes were owned by William Kincaid and his brother Henry Lee Kincaid. Together they had a sawmill and later formed Kincaid Furniture Company.

  • Stack'em High Pancakes

    Hearty breakfast, specializing in pancakes & waffles. Open April - Nov. Also located in Kitty Hawk.

  • Mount Vernon Springs

    Once an active health spa, it is located on SR 1134. Between 1881 and 1920, a hotel with 50

  • Bishop's Nook

    Vacation Condos conveniently located near Skiing, Grandfather Mountain, Linville Falls and the Blue Ridge Parkway

  • Sam & Omie's

    Local seafood, innovative steamer ideas, salads, she crab soup & homemade desserts. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Bar. Open March - Nov.

  • Carolina Civic Center

    The Carolina Civic Center, an historic theater built in 1928 and located in Historic Downtown Lumberton, began a major renovation in Spring 2007

  • C. M. Steele House

    Son of J. C. Steele, famous brick manufacturer. Queen Anne style made of brick from Iredell Co. clay. Two-story house with corner turret with wide frieze with "S" shaped applied floral ornament.

  • Mulberry Street School

    1892. The oldest continuously used public school in NC. Statesville's only public grade school for the first 23

  • Fourth Creek Burying Ground

    1756-1888. Statesville's only cemetery until the late 1880's. Bounded by a rock wall which contains on the NE corner one of the four original corner posts of the city!

  • Congregation Emanuel Temple

    1891. Brick Romanesque Revival style synagogue which is Statesville'

  • Mills House

    ca. 1900. Colonial Revival style house. One of most inventive examples of style in Statesville.

  • Hall House

    1866. Third oldest house in Statesville. Greek Revival with Eastlake Gothic styling. Interior walls are brick.

  • Crowell House

    ca. 1906. Victorian house. Shingled cross gables, Doric porch with balcony above main entrance. The structure is used as Mr. Stephen Herman's Art Gallery and their home.


  • McRorie House

    1874. This is one of the earliest houses in the Mitchell College District. Two-story frame Eastlake Victorian house with sawnwork bargeboards and a second story balcony.


  • Mulligan's

    American & beach cuisine, featuring seafood & steak. Lunch & Dinner. Bar/live entertainment. Amx, MC, V.

  • Cowan-Robbins House

    1890. Two-story frame Victorian house with prominent two-story bay. The house was built for JL Cowan who was a dealer in coal. It is now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robbins.

  • George's Garage

    Uniquely Durham Restaurants: Regionally or nationally reviewed, not part of a chain, and offering table service. Noted for unique regional cuisine or custom menu designed by a Durham chef.Coffee/

  • Putt-Putt Fun Center

    Putt-Putt Fun Center features 3 go-kart tracks(road course,slick track and rookie tracks)

  • 35 Chinese

    Lunch and dinner buffet (more than 60 items) features a choice of traditional foods from China's 35 provinces, plus a fruit bar and kid's candy bar.

  • Five County Stadium

    Rebuilt Five County Stadium boasts exciting Southern League baseball from April through September. Home to the Carolina Mudcats, AA affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, "The Family Place"

  • Miller Block

    Large two-story brick building at prominent corner site, distinguished by nine-bay main facade and elaborate detailing. The building originally contained three storefronts, built in the mid-20

  • Lloyd's on the River

    Known as "Shady and Cool on the River", Lloyd's is a restful place that will beckon your return again and again.

  • Commercial National Bank

    1903. Narrow, two-story brick Neo-Classical Revival style building with high rusticated granite foundation. Shallow two-story portico with paired Ionic columns (

  • Dune Burger

    Fast Food-Hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ, french fries, ice cream etc.

  • PieWorks

    Greensboro's best pizza for 10 years running! Choose from 15 different toppings. Create your own pizza, or select from one of our award-winning pies. Extensive beer and wine list. Group seating for 30

  • Selig's

    Fine jewelry

  • San Felipe


  • Historic Henkel Livestock Co. Building

    1895-1905 (SM). Romanesque Revival style with palisters dividing the nine-bay facade into five major sections. Rear is slightly later addition. In 1902

  • The Pizzeria

    Pizza, subs, sandwiches, with a daily buffet 11 a.m.-2 p.m.. Great chicken pie on sunday and Wednesday lunch buffet.

  • Empty Pockets

    An authentic log home. Private yet only 25 minutes from Blowing Rock and Boone. Two Jacuzzis, hot tub, over 100

  • Mako Mikes

    Casual atmosphere featuring seafood, pizza, pasta, pork, chicken, steak & prime rib. Dinner. Bar. Kid friendly, Live Shark Tank, Banquet Rooms.

  • Benton Hall

    Benton Hall, once known as North Wilkesboro Elementary School and built in 1913, houses Wilkes Playmakers, Inc. (performing arts theater). Benton Hall seats 200+

  • Crossroads Plaza

    Crossroads has a variety of over 70 exciting stores including Old Navy,Stein Mart,Best Buy, Michaels,Linens n'Things,Marshalls,A.C.Moore,REI,DSW,Bed Bath & Beyond,Office Max,Dick'

  • Cary Towne Center

    Cary Towne Center has regional shopping with five department stores, over 130 specialty shops and a friendly food court. Conveniently located off I-40.

  • Edna Boykin Cultural Center

    A former vaudeville house built in 1919, the Edna Boykin Cultural Center hosts an art gallery and an intimate 640-seat restored theatre.

  • Carolina Hurricanes Season

    2002-2003 Regular season. Check website for details and special activities.

  • Jockey's Ribs

    Homemade Bar-B-Q ribs & chicken, steaks, and seafood.

  • Roan Island

    Nature outing through the conservancy. Check with the conservancy for guided tours.

  • Jolly Roger

    Homemade Italian cuisine, featuring seafood, steaks & prime rib. Breakfast, lunch & dinner. Bar/live entertainment. Dancing and karaoke. Amx, V, MC, Disc. Open all year.


    Transportation service throughout Johnston County.

  • Upland Sports Equipment

    Hunting, fishing, bait, license, guns, ammo, archery, team and league supplies (balls, bats, gloves, etc.). Also sales and service of laser and monitor heaters. U-Haul Rentals.

  • Shooter's Sporting Club

    3 different kinds of shooting sports. Pistol ranges, Skeet, and Sporting clays. Guns for rent at $10 a day.

  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

    Biblically based and theologically conservative, Southeastern Seminary is one of the 10

  • J & J's Deli

    New York-style deli, offering breakfast specials, Boar's Head products, homemade salads and entrees, and an assortment of beverages.

  • Tigers

    Gifts, clothing, shoes, books (local,regional).

  • Wood Creations

    Handcrafted wooden gifts for all occasions. Acrylic paint, books and supplies. Windsor and Newton water mixable oil paint. Special orders available.

  • Heritage Square

    Owned and maintained by the Fayetteville Woman's Club, Heritage Square includes three historic structures listed in the National Register of Historic Places: the Sandford House, built in 1800;

  • Appalachian Riding & Packing

    Horseback on 3, 4 & 5 hour unstructured trail rides in the Nantahala National Forest and 2 & 3 night camping trips to Hazel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park


  • G & L Auctions

    Auction every Friday night 7:00

  • Adventurous Fast River Rafts

    Adventurous class 111 Whitewater rafting trips on the Nantahala river. Half-day and full-day trips available. Guided or self-guided trips. $10 per person for 2 hour 7 mile raft trip.

  • Capt'n Frank's

    Hot dogs, NC BBQ, All-American sandwiches and steamed shrimp at night in season. An Outer Banks Landmark for 30 years. Lunch & Dinner. Open all year.

  • Emerald Mountain

    Formerly known as "The Land of Oz," this unique community atop Beech Mountain offers lovely newer homes, for rent and for sale; each with spectacular views in an unusual and adventurous setting.

  • Loughry's Landing

    Loughry's Landing specializes in seafood, steaks, ribs and pastas. Enjoy lunch or dinner on the sound at Atlantic Beach.

  • Golden China

    Chinese food. Located off I-95, Exit 107.

  • Mountain Perks

    Coffee/bagels/pastries/sandwiches/teas/espresso/smoothies/herbal supplements.

  • "From This Day Forward" Outdoor Drama

    Told through music, dance and drama. In its 40th season, "From This Day Forward" is the story of the Waldensians, a religious sect from Italy that migrated to North Carolina in 1893

  • Elizabeth II

    Cross a narrow gang-plank and experience 16th century shipboard life in motion. A 69 foot sailing vessel, representative of those sailed to the New World in 1585

  • North Hills

    One of the few shopping centers that has maintained its hometown feel over the years.

  • St. Mary's School

    Founded in 1842, Saint Mary's school is an independent, Episcopal, college-preparatory, boarding and day school for girls in grades 9-12. The 23

  • Spirit Haven

    Vacation cottage rentals and retreat center located one mile from Pisgah National Forest.

  • Cameron, Town of

    Cameron's story goes from dewberries to antiques. Although no longer the dewberry capital, Cameron has put itself on the map as the antique capital of the Sandhills.

  • Patriccio's

    Italian & Continental Restaurant

  • Vito's Ristorante

    Italian/PizzaNo Credit Cards

  • Raffaele's


  • Lucio's

    Authentic Italian Cuisine prepared by Lucio of Naples, Italy. Full Italian & Continental menu. Serving Franklin from the same location for over 20 years.

  • Doc's Deli

    Variety of deli and home cooked items. Open for lunch & dinner. Daily specials.

  • China House

    Offers traditional Chinese specialties, including combination lunch and dinner plates.

  • Seafood & Bait Shop

    Fishing bait, tackle, rods, reels, hooks, live minnows & worms.Fresh fish market

  • Hampton B. Allen Public Library

    A member of the Sandhills Regional Library System, providing needs and resources to the public, including geneology records.

  • Permanent Perennials

    Unique metal flowers created by hand from scrap metal to resemble perennials and painted by hand.

  • Matthews Holiday Haus

    Matthews Holiday Haus is a Christmas all year shop that also changes with every season and holiday of the year - featuring merchandise from Valentine'

  • Mingo Falls

    Located off Big Cove Rd. Mingo, on the Cherokee Indian Reservation, is one of the most fabulous falls in the whole Smoky Mountains area. To reach it, take US441

  • Mr. Dunderbak's

    A cafe/market with German foods, deli sandwiches, soups, salads and imported and microbrewed beverages. Platters available.

  • Patty Cakes Bakery

    Speciality Cake Shop.

  • The History Place

    The Crystal Coast's newest attraction site is The History Place in downtown Morehead City. The History Place exhibits a widely varied collection that reflects the cultural history of North Carolina'

  • The Crafts Center, NCSU

    Craft classes and studio work space.

  • Old City Jail

    The Mayberry Jail is a local re-creation of "The Courthouse" seen in so many episodes of the The Andy Griffith Show. The Old City Jail was Mount Airy'

  • Moore House

    Moore House, circa 1862, is the oldest remaining house in Mount Airy. Located in the front yard is an outstanding rustic hexagonal summer house (circa 1865)

  • Blackbeard's Lair

    Amusement park with putt-putt golf, arcade, bumper boats, and go-carts. Daily specials

  • John F. Kennedy Hall of Heroes

    Located across the street from the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum, the JFK Hall of Heroes honors 19 Special Forces Medal of Honor recipients.

  • Amtrak Station - Southern Pines

    Unstaffed station. Attendant opens station one hour before each train arrives and closes 30 minutes after each train departs. Free parking, no ticket sales, no checked baggage Daily trains include: 91

  • Little Italy

    Italian Food and Pizza

  • Creech Recreation Complex

    Golf practice range with putting, chipping and driving ranges. Full pro shop with clubs, repairs and can build clubs. Offers golf lessons. Baseball & Softball batting cages available. Hours:

  • Ace Speedway

    Part of the NASCAR Sanctioned Racing Series. Friday night stock car racing on a newly expanded 4/10

  • Gilligan's

    Party bar, dance floor, variety of music - Shag, Blues, Rock-n-Roll, Dance Top 40, occasional live bands.

  • Fines Creek Community

    Great Bluegrass music with lots of local bands and one Top Name Bluegrass band. Concessions available. Bring a chair or rent one from us!

  • Lazy 5 Ranch

    A unique drive-through animal park featuring over 600 exotic animals from around the world. 3.5 miles of road on 185 acres. Open Monday - Saturday 9 am until 1 hour before sunset, Sunday 1 pm until 1

  • Decorators Choice

    Manufacturers: Asiart, Berne, Dinec, Greene Brothers, JLM, Midi,Timmerman, Trica, and Vermont Percision and more.

  • JE Broyhill Civic Center

    Meeting and Banquet Facility. 1,000 Seat Auditorium with a full-size movie screen. The center has a full entertainment schedule with an extensive national performing artist series.

  • Catholic Conference Center

    Banquet, Meeting facility

  • Fowler's Food and Wine Store

    Gourmet groceries, including cheeses, coffee and a broad selection of wines.

  • EJ Victor

    Casegoods and Upholstery, Showrrom Samples, Discounted and slightly imperfect items.Items sold "As Is" with no returns or exchanges, Cash, Visa, or Master Card.

  • 1910 Dentzel Menagerie Carousel

    Burlington's restored 1910 Dentzel Menagerie Carousel is the centerpiece of the 76 acre City Park. Built by the Dentzel Carousel Company, the Carousel has 46

  • Ashley Interiors

    Complete selection of wicker/rattan living, dining, bedroom furnishings. Largest display of wicker/

  • American Accents

    Manufacturers include Brown Street, Bermex, Borkholder,Chatham Reproductions,Crawford of Jamestown, LT. Moses Willard Lamp Company, Masterfield, Penns Creek,and Villageois.

  • Abu Oriental Rugs

    A wide variety of the finest Oriental rugs from all over the world. Direct imports from Pakistan, India, China, Nepal, Persia.

  • Captain James White House

    Home of the Alamance County Arts Council the 1871 Queen Anne Style mansion features Picasso'

  • Hickory American Legion Fair

    County Fair, music, rides entertainment and more.

  • On the Border

    Oak Creek Village Shopping CenterSu-Th11-11F-Sa 11- midnight

  • Historic Stagville

    State Historic Site features 18th- and 19

  • Stanley's BP

    Restaurant, convenience store and gas station. Sit down breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take out.

  • John O'Briant Fishing Guide

    Local fishing guide service.

  • On Target Shooting Range

    Indoor shooting range (25 yards, 11 lanes)

  • Yachta Yachta Yachta

    Charters for occasions on Lake Norman on a 67 foot, two story pleasure craft for up to 100 people.

  • Tripps

    Steaks, Seafood & Pasta

  • Glassical Heirlooms, Inc.- Angels Abound

    Angels Abound is a manufacturer's inspirational gift outlet store for Glassical Heirlooms. We sell angels & other gifts at below wholesale prices.

  • Dillsboro Chocolate Factory

    Homemade fudge, confections, candy, gourmet coffee and foods. Espresso bar, outdoor seating.

  • Tusquittee Trout Ranch

    Catch rainbow trout from ponds nestled in beautiful Tusquittee Mountains. Bait and tackle provided. No catch, no pay. Groups and families welcome.

  • The Tropics

    The Tropics is a non profit organization dedicated to the care of exotic birds. Beautiful exhibition of more than 50 tropical birds. Educational programs. Open by appointment. Fee

  • Amtrak Station - High Point

    Attendant is on duty daily at this historically renovated station to answer passenger questions beginning one hour before each train arrives, until 30

  • Dillsboro

    A warm village of over 50 shops, studios, restaurants and inns. Situated on the banks of the Tuckaseegee River. Rafting, fishing and railroad excursions nearby.

  • Carolina Club, The

    Five sets of tees allow you to match your game to the course. Signature island green par 3. Excellent course conditioning - lush fairways and superb bentgrass greens. Warm-up range available.

  • Pebble Creek Executive Course

    The holes average 120 yards. Easy walks. Challenging course.;18 holes, par 3, ;pro shop, ;Open year-round, ;704/821-7276, ;

  • City Hall

    1892. Former US Post Office, Courthouse, and Customs House sold to City for use as City Hall in 1941

  • Garfield's


  • The Fair Barn

    With over 6,600 square feet of open, flexible space, The Fair Barn serves as a multi-purpose gathering facility for the entire area.

  • The Pines at Elizabeth City

    A very well-manicured and enjoyable golf course for all skill levels. This course is always available to non-members. Championship - Black Tees 7017 yards, 72.9 rating, 135 slope; Blue Tees 6448

  • Once Moore

    Vacation Rental in Sherwood Forest.

  • Quizno's

    In addition to subs, this Italian-style sandwich shop serves salads, soups, desserts and drinks. Hours are 11 am to 9 pm Mon.-Sat., and noon to 8 pm on Sun.

  • Polk County TDA

    Tourism Information on Tryon, Columbus and Historic Saluda. Attractions, accommodations and recreation.

  • The Divide

    Voted toughest public course. Voted best neighborhood golf course by Charlotte's Best magazine in 1997. Yardmark computers on each golf cart. Championship (6973 yards, 74.4 rating, 137 slope);

  • Henry's Beef & Seafood

    Featuring beef, seafood, chicken and pasta. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. V, MC, Disc. Open all year.

  • Cherohala Skyway

    For a beautiful perspective, travel the 41 mile Cherohala Skyway that connects Hwy 143 from Robbinsville to Hwy 165

  • Bob-B-Q

    North Carolina barbecue.

  • La Fogata

    Authentic Mexican food. Lunch, Dinner. Bar. V, MC. Open year round. Also located in Kitty Hawk.

  • North Carolina Coastal Federation

    The North Carolina Coastal Federation is the state's largest nonprofit organization working to restore and protect the coast. Formed in 1982, the NCCF has grown to serve more than 5,000 members and 20

  • A Touch of Cass

    Paintings, Interior Decorating

  • Ishikawa


  • The Markets of Madison County

    Antiques and fine furniture, unique and exciting shopping in a 100 year old barn. Two miles from Wolf Laurel Resort.

  • Little Mint of Windsor

    Chicken served in a variety of ways with side orders to complete the meal; to go or eat in.

  • Kinston Drag Strip

    Motorsport featuring top drag racers.

  • Clubhouse at Cleveland Square

    Casual family restaurant located at the intersection of I-40 and Hwy. 42.

  • O'Charley's

    Come to O'Charley's for hand-cut steaks, tender chicken, fresh seafood and much more. O'Charley's - we're nice folks with a fresh approach to food. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • The Pink Palace of Topsail

    Oceanfront Bed and Breakfast with 40x10 deck, rocking chairs, swing, hammock, hot tub, access to refrigerator, microwave, telephone, television, and coffee

  • The Penn House

    Magnificent 12,500 square foot Colonial home located on 3&1/2

  • Clown 'N' Around

    Gifts, party favors and costumes

  • Weymouth Center

    1920s Georgian mansion located on 24 acres with extensive gardens, arts and humanities activities. Former home of author James Boyd;

  • Rhine Research Center

    Descended from the Duke University Parapsychology Lab, the Rhine Research Center's Institute for Parapshycology is the world'

  • North Carolina Collection at Durham County Library

    Durham and North Carolina historical documents, maps, records and photographic archives.

  • Spears Motorsports

    Home to Aric Almirola Jr #75 Chevy - Craftsman Truck Series

  • Thistlecroft Guesthouse & Studio

    House with 3 available apartments overlooking town square. Wake up to a wonderful view as the sun'

  • Durham Area Transit Authority

    17 routes serving all parts of Durham, including RTP.

  • Fairfield Sapphire Valley

    Four season, 5700

  • Divine Destinations

    We aid in building day trips and multi day trips to Western North Carolina, free of charge. We help with booking hotels and attractions also.

  • Mattamuskeet Foundation

    The Mattamuskeet Foundation, Inc. was founded on February 9, 1995, as a nonprofit membership organization, approved for tax exempt status under 501(c)(3)

  • Hostess House Courtyard

    Convenient to MCAS Cherry Point and the Crystal Coast beaches, Hostess House offers efficiency and suite accommodations for short and long-term stays.

  • Mexico

    Serving up the best Mexican food and margaritas in the Triad. Golden Fork Award winner in Triad Style magazine. Outdoor dining.

  • Downtown Waynesville

    Lodged on a ridge between N.C.'s Great Smoky Mountains and the Pisgah National Forest, Waynesville's downtown is alive with shoppers, diners and gallery-goers passing in and out of more than 100

  • Dare Devils Pizzeria

    Serving the finest pizza and stromboli since 1987. Also offering subs, salads, appetizers, beer, wine and mixed drinks. Big TV.

  • Jam's Deli

    Fresh oversized sandwiches made-to-order. Homemade soups and desserts, salads, hamburgers and hot dogs. Lunch and dinner served Monday-Saturday.

  • Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

    This mega-store, the size of four football fields, features 22,000

  • B.G. McGee's

    Anything from wings to salads to pastas with a full service sports bar with 10 foot screens and 2 satellites. Open Monday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.

  • Kustom Kraft Designs

    Custom Draperies, Blinds, Verticals, Shades, Solar Screen, Plantation Shutters, Angle Windows, Cornice Boards, Drapery Fabric. Installations, Free Estimates.

  • Craft Collection

    Come visit our unique and friendly shop. Enjoy browsing through booths filled with country crafts displayed by local crafters. We have a large selection.

  • North Carolina Estuarium

    Explore science, art, nature and history where the rivers meet the sea at the Pamlico/Tar River estuary. Seasonal river tours will begin April 5; Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 10:15a.m., and 12:

  • Verandas, The

    The Verandas is Wilmington's only restored antebellum mansion inn. Towering above a quiet tree lined street; this romantic 8,500

  • Johnson's

    Home of the Best Burger in NC, voted by the NC House of Representatives.

  • Hillsborough Commons

    The major anchor store here is Wal-Mart, with adjacent service businesses, including a supermarket and restaurants.

  • Tweetsie Railroad

    Even in today's high-tech world, there's still a place for old-fashioned fun. That place is Tweetsie Railroad. As the Carolina'

  • The Thomas House

    Thomas House Bed & Breakfast is located in the Historic Distric on Main Street one block from the Visitors Center and within walking distance of Snappy Lunch, Floyd’

  • Dirty Dicks Crabhouse

    Steamed crabs, shrimp, clams, etc. with cajun flair. Grill and raw bar featuring charbroiled oysters. Bar. March - December.

  • Chilli Peppers

    Global cuisine with a southwestern flair. Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Brunch. Bar/live entertainment. V, MC, Disc, AMEX, DC.

  • 195

    Vegetarian, but not exclusively. Formerly Nature's Own Cafe.

  • Jesse Helms Center

    This center commemorates the life and career of U.S. Sen. Jesse Helms, a Union County native and graduate of Wingate College (now Wingate University)

  • Dale Earnhardt, Inc.

    This year-round display highlights the achievements of Dale Earnhardt Inc. drivers. The showroom will host special exhibits throughout the year. Other attractions include "Dale & the Media" and "

  • La Isla Bakery and Latin Market

    Baked Goods. Open 7 days a week. V, MC, AMX, DISC, ATM. Open year round. Caribbean Deli - located next door to Bakery.

  • Maple Grove

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Maple Grove is a restored Italianate-style house built in 1883, featuring authentic Victorian furnishings. Please call for an appointment. <

  • Broad River Greenway

    Located 3.3 miles South of Boiling Springs on Highway 150. It offers canoeing, tubing, fishing, picnicking, hiking, bicycling, horse trails, and educational/recreational workshops and seminars.

  • Bunker Hill Covered Bridge

    One of only two remaining covered bridges in North Carolina, the historic Bunker Hill Covered Bridge spans Lyle's Creek. Its 85

  • Pyle's Defeat Marker

    This marker commemorates the February 1781 bloodbath where American forces slaughtered about 100 colonists loyal to England, under the leadership of Col. John Pyle.

  • Lindley's Mill Marker

    This marker represents the battle of September 1781, which took place at Quaker Thomas Lindley's mill, where over 250 soldiers on both sides were killed or wounded.

  • Scoreboard

    Hometown Grill and Bar. Known for its 'almost famous' cheeseburgers.

  • Pembroke Fishing Center

    The Pembroke Fishing Center located at 802

  • Barley's Taproom

    Brew pub and pizzeria in downtown Asheville, featuring live music, a game room and locally brewed beers.

  • Best Western Biltmore West

    225 room facility with 21,000 square foot atrium. Meeting facilities for 5-500. Both interior and exterior rooms. Located near area attractions.

  • Burlington Athletic Stadium

    Home of the Burlington Royals, Appalachian League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. The Royals play a 34

  • Carolina Country

    Home cooking with cafeteria style lunch.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarines, soups and salads.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarines, soups and salads.

  • Jay's Deli

    Sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, and bagels. Breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday-Sunday.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarines, soups and salads.

  • Hicone Yogurt And Deli

    Sandwiches, soups, yogurt, and shakes. Lunch and dinner served daily. Personal checks accepted.

  • Herbie's Place

    Friendly courteous family restaurant invites you to join us for breakfast anytime, day or night. We offer lunch and dinner selections as well. Open 24 hours a day.

  • Amtrak Station - Selma

    Attendant is on duty daily at this historically renovated station to answer passenger questions beginning one hour before each train arrives, until 30

  • Ham's

    At Ham'

  • Shay Leslie Boutique

    Men and women's fine clothing

  • Chang's Express

    Chinese food featuring chicken & beef platters. Lunch and dinner served Mon-Sat.

  • Cracker Barrel Clayton

    From the beginning, the foods we serve here at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store?

  • P.W. Country Cooking

    Southern cooking, sandwiches, pizza, steak and Friday night specials. Open Mon-Sat. Personal checks accepted.

  • Old Hickory

    Home-cooked meats and vegetables. Breakfast and lunch served Mon-Sat.

  • Liberty Oak

    Located in downtown Greensboro's historic district. for 25 years creating innovative cuisine at reasonable prices. One of Southern Living's food finds of 2004

  • Libby Hill Seafood

    Fish, seafood and chicken. Dine in, take out or call in. Lunch and dinner served Mon.-Sat,

  • Libby Hill Seafood

    Fish, seafood and chicken. Dine in, take out or call in. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • The Hungry Bear

    Fine dining including native American dishes on the Cherokee Indian Reservation

  • Hugo's Food-Sports -Spirits

    Conveniently located near UNCG, Greensboro college and the Greensboro Coliseum. A sports themed restaurant with 3 big screen TV'

  • Mayo's Italian Ristorante

    locally owned italian restaurant in downtown Statesville

  • Nabers Drive-In

    Curb service, under cover. Open all year

  • Across the Trax

    Food and spirits. Salads, sandwiches and burgers. Located across from the train station.

  • Anthony's Pizzeria

    Great Italian food. Open all yearLocated on Depot Street across from the train station in Bryson City, More than a Pizzeria. Serving cold beer also.

  • Chili's

    A variety of fajitas, ribs, burgers, steaks, salads and delicious soups and appetizers. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Group seating for 30 or more.

  • Pavillion

    A great place for families. Italain and Greek foods. Steak, lamb, chicken, broiled seafood and pizza. Senior's and children's menu available. Family owned and operated for 21

  • Mi Pueblo

    A variety of tacos, chicken dishes and hot and cold entrees. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • La Bamba

    Enjoy the best Mexican cuisine and margaritas in town. We prepare our food fresh daily, and you'll know it when you taste it.

  • La Bamba

    A variety of Mexican cuisine, including combination dinners and lunch specials. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Oh! Brian's

    Casual dining specializing in rib combinations, steak, chicken and shrimp. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Mexico

    Serving up the best Mexican food and margaritas in the Triad. Golden Fork Award winner in Triad Style magazine. Outdoor dining.

  • Wahoo's Adventures

    Voted 1996 Outfitter of the Year by the Professional Paddlesports Association. Wahoo's specializes in something for everyone! We offer many different stretches of whitewater and/

  • Historic Shaw House Properties

    Three historic houses (1770-1820) are furnished with plain-style furniture, depicting life in the early Sandhills. Free (fee for tour groups). Operated by Moore County Historical Society.

  • Footslogger's Climbing Tower

    A 35-ft. tower located in downtown Boone, with over 4,000

  • Sweet Basil

    Cafe, lunch only

  • Snooker's

    Full service breakfast 7 am - 10:30 am as well as daily lunch specials Monday through Saturday

  • Kristy's Place

    Pizza, Pasta, Seafood, Steaks, Burgers and more!!!

  • Whirligigs

    Whimsical metal sculptures of color and art in the sky by Vollis Simpson. Three-dimensional jigsaw puzzles of spray-painted whirligigs and flashing reflectors that all move and chime with the wind.

  • Jersey Mike's

    Submarine sandwiches and salads.

  • Little Pigs B-B-Q

    Barbecue restaurant and takeout.

  • Cape Fear Studios

    A non-profit organization of local artists and crafters displaying and selling their works in a gallery and retail shop.

  • Patio Playground

    Miniature Golf, Arcade, Bike rentals, Hawaiian Ice, Boogie Boards, In-line skates, Umbrellas, Movies, Ice cream

  • Magnolias

    Home of the fresh Oyster! Asheville's most versatile restaurant, specializing in the freshest seafood in town and finest sumptuous steaks.

  • Great Wall

    A variety of Chinese menu items. Combination meals available. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Grand China

    Oriental cuisine. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • Pita Delight

    We are famous for our chicken fajita platters and steak & cheese sandwich with delicious homemade chicken, tuna, crab and salads. Free delivery after 3:00 p.m.

  • Golden Wok

    Free tea with every purchase of at least $3 and before 3:00 p.m. everyday. Free delivery. Call for details. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • Blair House

    Lovely modern furnished three bedroom home. Dining room, two tiled baths, washer/

  • Cedar's

    Pizza, salads, subs and a variety of pasta dishes. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • Pita Delight

    We are famous for our chicken fajita platters and steak & cheese sandwich with delicious homemade chicken, tuna, crab and salads. Free delivery after 3:00 p.m.

  • Spring Hill House

    Wood-built 1815 Plantation Farm House, open to visitors. Currently owned by NCSU, used as an office and facility of North Carolina Japan Center.

  • VIP Chinese Express

    Authentic Chinese cuisine. Open Mon-Sat for lunch and dinner.

  • Wok "N" Roll

    Chinese food to take out or eat in with an all-you-can-eat buffet. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

  • Libby Hill Seafood

    Fish, seafood chicken. Dine in, take out or call in. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • TGI Friday's

    Open at 11:00 a.m. daily. Full menu daily until 1:00 a.m. Bar atmosphere. Bar open until 1:30 a.m.

  • Libby Hill Seafood

    Fish, seafood and chicken. Dine in, take out or call in. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • Libby Hill Seafood

    Fish, seafood and chicken. Dine in, take out or call in. Lunch and dinner served daily.

  • Gabrielle's

    This nationally recognized restaurant located in the mansion at Richmond Hill Inn features continental cuisine with a Southern flair in elegant dining rooms.

  • La Poblanita


  • The Market Place

    Award winning cuisine and over 150 wines from around the world. Ranked "one of Asheville's finest" by Southern Living Magazine.

  • The Ice Cream Parlor

    Ice Cream/Sandwiches

  • El Chapala


  • Chompin' Ground, The

    Country Buffet. Closed Mondays.

  • Dewberry Deli

    Cafe and Ice Cream

  • Jersey Mike's Subs

    Giant size submarines and salads! Let us cater your next party. We can provide you with all the ingredients to make your party a huge success.

  • Chef Warren's

    A Southern Pines Bistro

  • The Barn

    Delicious food served in pleasant, rustic surroundings.

  • Beefeater's

    Have a dining experience in our comfortable, candelit dining room. Enjoy our famous prime rib and 50-item Salad Bar. All beef western aged. Nightly Specials.

  • Ragazzi's

    Our 60-year old recipes, homemade from scratch everyday, give us authentic Italian flavors. Over 20

  • Squire's Pub

    Award winning authentic British Pub fare. Casual Dining, Serious Food!