At Silabar Fine Silver in Elizabeth City, artist Donna Sneed transforms metal clay into intricate, stunning silver jewelry.
In Charlotte’s busy South End, The Suffolk Punch is a depot for the modern age.
Whether you’re born-and-fed or looking for an Old North State culinary education, these are the food experiences from mountains to coast that you simply must check off your list. Ready? Let’s dig in.
Relax on the river in this former port town — the original Washington — on North Carolina’s Inner Banks.
The best reward for outdoor lovers after a long day of hiking, paddling, and exploring in the mountains of North Carolina? A stop at a craft brewery surrounded by natural beauty.
Head west to see views and vines on a cool mountain getaway.
Wander beneath Spanish moss, go for a swing in a rope hammock, and eat to-die-for she-crab soup at this peaceful coastal escape two hours south of Wilmington.
In the mountains of North Carolina, knife maker Ken Hall turned a longtime dream into his one-of-a-kind, hand-forged creations.
In Farmville, a philosophy professor-turned-craft brewer carved out a spot in the beer industry — and in his small-town community.