Five Minutes with Doug and Susan Zucker, Bridgewater Wines:
“Our slogan is ‘Explore the World, One Wine at a Time,’ and we really want people to come in here and discover something new, have a great experience, and learn about different wines.“
Brunswick County is continuing to grow and with this growth comes more and more local businesses and new locations.
Brunswick County residents, of course, love the two bordering counties that provide some of the best restaurants, chefs, activities and life to our community. But, as a Brunswick County resident myself, I am ecstatic to welcome Seaview Crab Company and partnered Port City Produce roadside stand. They are located at the Belville Riverwalk, off of River Road in Leland. They carry some of North Carolina’s best seafood and produce.
North Carolina meets Italy, and it’s all good at Vivian and Ben Howard’s Greenfield Street District restaurant Benny’s Big Time Pizzeria. Kirk Pugh – broker realtor foodie – takes us out to dinner for wood-fired pizza, southern fried chicken parmesan, and sweet potato gnocchi. What’s not to love. Benny’s vibe is hip, the food isRead More
You know that moment of hesitation when ordering a cocktail? That second when you think you should try something new?
May we suggest a Vermouth cocktail?
Jade and Mike Baker, Your Pie:
“During the hurricane, I got to cook for my kids at home. A lot. That was one of my silver linings. I love to cook.“
Get there however you can: boat, kayak, foot, car, golf cart, bike. At Gibby’s, the motto is “Let’s Beach,” and there are plenty of ways to do just that. Kirk catches some good grub, cold beer, and low key atmosphere at the best place to dock and dine in Carolina Beach.Read More