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North Carolina offers 400-plus golf courses across the state with temperatures that allow play year-round.
With roots in moonshine, several distillers continue the tradition of making white whiskey, as well as vodka, gin and rum.
Drive roads that double as destinations from the Cherohala Skyway to the Outer Banks Byway.
This area is an outdoor playground year-round, including some of the best camping, hiking, biking and fishing around.
The Triad cities and their neighboring towns are rich in history and culture.
The greater Topsail area is one of three quieter beach destinations on the southeast coast of North Carolina.
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Treat your taste buds to a delicious trip through North Carolina. Try Calabash-style seafood or voice your opinion on a long-running feud over Eastern or Lexington-style barbecue. Dine out at savory farm-to-table restaurants across the state, or visit local farms, roadside stands and farmers markets to prepare your own homegrown feast. Thirsty? Drink a Pepsi or Cheerwine in the state where they were born, or raise a glass to more than 100 wineries, 80-plus breweries and even a dozen microdistilleries where you can sample legal moonshine and more.
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Taste North Carolina craft beer at more than 80 breweries located throughout the state.
Drink to the days of moonshine at microdistilleries crafting legal, small-batch spirits.
Dine on delicious homegrown foods in scenic settings from the city to the country.
Savor local favorites from barbecue to Calabash seafood and Cheerwine to Krispy Kreme.
Explore intimate music venues, craft breweries, clubs, bars and entertainment centers.
Toast muscadine and European-style wines at more than 100 wineries statewide.
Once known most widely for its production of tobacco, North Carolina is now receiving national recognition for its beloved foods and drinks.
You'll have a tough time deciding where to eat first from this list of restaurants featured on Food Network, Cooking Channel and Travel Channel.
North Carolina is a place with rich roots in ‘shine-making, so it’s certainly no surprise that moonshine is (finally) making a comeback.
A visit to the southeastern North Carolina town of Calabash allows you to sample local delicacies from more than a menu.
North Carolina has more breweries and brewpubs than any other Southern state, which means you're never far from imaginative, tasty local beer.
Asheville ruled as Beer City USA and remains one of the nation's best towns for sampling locally crafted beers from a dozen breweries.
Several wineries and vineyards offer places to eat, from food trucks to fine dining, that make for a perfect pairing during your visit.
At these nine farm-to-table restaurants, you can sample delicious local food grown at small, sustainable farms across North Carolina.
From Neese's sausage to Lexington barbecue, local craft beer to Cheerwine, these essentials make a great tailgate regardless of your home team.
A number of North Carolina wineries now feature unique overnight accommodations options to extend the great grape experience.
We honor our bountiful beer scene with dozens of special events during NC Beer Month, while breweries continue to garner awards for creative concoctions.
A television series about an acclaimed restaurant and chef have put the spotlight on this eastern North Carolina city. Here are more reasons to visit.
North Carolina, long the world’s premiere bastion of barbecue, celebrates its heritage and diversity with a map of some of state’s perfect pits.
Meandering along our shoreline, it’s easy to eat your way through tasty coastal cuisine. Just pass the slaw and grab a glass of cold sweet tea.
Plan a trip to explore our wine trails, enjoy seasonal wine festivals, and sample European-style and sweet wines at more than 100 wineries.
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Whether it’s a hotel that caters to couples, romantic meals or a soothing spa, it’s easy to get away in Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Durham.
Plan a brewery vacation with this three-day tasting tour of local breweries and craft beer spots in Asheville, Charlotte and the Triangle.
This trail features four artisan wineries that make for a leisurely drive along the scenic Haw River between the Triad and the Triangle.
Spend a few days touring some amazing vineyards, tasting delicious wines and exploring quaint towns and charming destinations.
Known worldwide for its famed barbecue, the Lexington area is also home to world-class wineries including Childress Vineyards.
Taste your way through the Triangle at local markets, award-winning restaurants, barbecue joints and down-home dining spots.
Named for the ancient mountains nearby, the wineries on this trail near Charlotte offer varietals and wines made from muscadine grapes.
You'll find many things we're famous for near Asheboro and Lexington, including the Childress and Petty racing museums, the North Carolina Zoo and barbecue.
Five wineries specializing in varietal wines and blends make up the Swan Creek Vineyard Association a short drive from Winston-Salem.
Just 45 minutes west of Winston-Salem, the Elkin area of the Yadkin Valley features world-class wineries perfect for a day trip or multiday wine trail.
More than a dozen Lexington-area barbecue restaurants can make for a tasty three-day exploration of North Carolina barbecue at its most historic.
This three-day trip starts in Asheville and ends outside of Boone, featuring farm visits, local wine, farm-to-table dining, alpacas and more.
Each of the wineries on this trail near Raleigh is family-owned and -operated and dripping with rich history dating back to the mid-1700s.
Charlotte has much to offer in art, history and culture. Spend three days here and discover a great sampling of museums, music and more.
Tucked between Interstate 77 to the west and Winston-Salem to the northeast, this day trip has much to offer beyond tastings and tours.
Make a weekend of great music at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro, local food at Raleigh City Farm and plow-to-pint beer at Fullsteam Brewery in Durham.
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Southern Living readers named Durham the Tastiest Town in the South in January 2013
Stop by Carolina Brewery & Grill in Pittsboro to sample award-winning hand-crafted beers, all brewed in-house . See more »
Raleigh City Farm won Green America's People & Planet Award in 2012
Lexington Avenue Brewery is just one of a dozen craft breweries in Asheville
NoDa, short for "North Davidson," is a popular arts and entertainment district in Charlotte
RayLen Vineyards & Winery in Mocksville boasts 35,000 European varietal grapevines. See more »
Dine on seafood caught the same day on the North Carolina coast
Junior Johnson’s Midnight Moon from Piedmont Distillers in Madison
Fullsteam Brewery in Durham
The Mother Vine is the nation's oldest cultivated grapevine and still thrives on Roanoke Island
12 Bones Smokehouse in Asheville serves baby back ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket and more
At this Yadkin Valley winery in East Bend, you can sample red and white wines and even take a three-hour llama trek that includes lunch and wine.
As summer turns to fall, the grape harvest begins and wineries statewide host festivals to celebrate tastes from sweet Muscadines to whites to dry reds.
This Outer Banks brewery was North Carolina's first. Today, you'll find more than 80 breweries and brew pubs statewide.
Visitors can enjoy local beers and wines and diverse dining and nightlife in Winston-Salem, which Livability.com named one of the nation's best downtowns.
Try the pork chop sandwich at this Main Street attraction in Mount Airy, the real-life Mayberry made famous on The Andy Griffith Show.
Each holiday, dozens of intricate gingerbread creations vie for attention at the Omni Grove Park Inn and Grove Arcade in Asheville.
From above the clouds to below the surface, take a journey through the many layers of North Carolina beauty.
The Yadkin Valley just west of Winston-Salem is a designated wine region featuring beautiful scenery, lush vineyards and more than 30 wineries.
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A family atmosphere with good, fast food.
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Regions: Piedmont, Greensboro & Winston-Salem
Located at beautiful Blue Water Point Marina overlooking one of the most breath-taking views the Intracoastral Waterway…
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Regions: Coast, Brunswick Islands
Pita Delite is synonymous with fabulously fresh and healthy food at an affordable price.
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Bullwinkels Restaurant offers great Hearthstone Pizza and contemporary Italian cuisine.
Regions: Mountains, High Country
Sandwiches, baskets, daily plate specials, side order and kiddies menu. All for under $10.
Regions: Piedmont, Charlotte Region
Hampton’s is the In-House Restaurant located at the Historic J.H. Adams Inn.
The menu consists of wots, or thick stews, of spicy marinated beef or chicken, and tibs, which are sauteed dishes such…
Region: Greensboro & Winston-Salem
Fresh local seafood, smoked ribs, pork and chicken. Everything homemade. Best key lime pie in NC. Call ahead seating.…
Regions: Coast, Outer Banks & Currituck
Coffee roasted on premises, plus espresso, cappuccino and latte drinks, smoothies and baked goods.
Regions: Piedmont, Raleigh, Durham & the Triangle
Courtney’s serves breakfast and dinner and is conveniently located in the Quality Inn - Elizabeth City.
Regions: Coast, Albemarle & Pamlico Sounds
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