Nothing conjures memories of winters past like a sweet cup of hot chocolate. As temperatures dip, restaurants, coffee shops, and other businesses whip up their favorite recipes for Elizabeth City’s annual Hot Cocoa Crawl.
The 1980s: White Christmas on the Coast
A dramatic decade brings communities together around one more momentous event: a record-breaking storm that covers southeastern North Carolina in a blanket of snow — just in time for the holidays.
A Guide to Downtown Elizabeth City
This waterfront community has always welcomed visiting boaters with a smile. And thanks to the efforts of local business owners, visitors have plenty to smile about, too.
From Land to Sea in Elizabeth City
Before the Pasquotank River flows into Albemarle Sound, it passes by a historic and welcoming coastal town known as the “Harbor of Hospitality.”
All Jazzed Up at The Mills Downtown Bistro
Inspired by the Roaring Twenties, a young chef returned to his hometown and opened a tapas restaurant with a vintage vibe and modern twists on classic cuisine.
7 Eastern Spots for Biscuits, Baked Goods, and Breakfast
A few favorite reasons to head out east: glazed croissants, fluffy doughnuts, and cheese biscuits.
An Outdoor Lover’s Guide to Adventure in Elizabeth City
Explore this historic coastal community on the Pasquotank River by boat, boots, and bike.
City Portrait: Elizabeth City
Along the Pasquotank River, Elizabeth City holds a rich and colorful history within its very building blocks.
Like a Local: Elizabeth City
Elizabeth City is at the crossroads of history and revitalization. The result: a town where water, hospitality, and hometown pride are deeply revered, while new restaurants, the arts, and tourism are welcomed.