Islanders Jane and Robert Jeffreys have reopened Topsail Beach’s beloved Godwin’s Market, which dates all the way back to 1949.
Diver Surfside Cafe, a family-run business offering coffee, fresh-pressed juices, smoothies, bowls and bites, is run by a longtime local and a couple who are newer to town.
The family of Maine Lobstah Shack serves up authentic Maine lobster on the Carolina coast.
Sommelier Jordan Culler manages all things wine at Beach Shop & Grill while ever-furthering his education.
Daybreak Donuts and Sunrise Bagel Co. are Surf City’s daily wakeup call.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe is open all day offering healthy eats — think sandwiches, bowls, wraps, flats, quesadillas, grilled cheeses and, of course, smoothies.
Don’t feel like cooking on Thanksgiving? Try one of these restaurants on the southeast N.C. coast.
For Donna and Jamie Hinrichs, serving Roman-style pinsa at their Hampstead pizza restaurant, Oval & Ale, is new twist on longstanding family traditions.
Opened in May 2022, Topsail Pie Company is rapidly becoming one of Topsail Island’s must-stop culinary destinations.
Celtic Creamery TI brings Irish flavors to Surf City.
Tradition and innovation dine side-by-side at Beach Shop and Grill in Topsail Beach.
Dave Longo shares the story behind the business he and his wife, Kara Longo, started in 2015 in Hampstead.
Marsh Creek at Scotts Hill Marina is a destination for boaters with dry boat storage, a convenience store, fuel, a clubhouse and a restaurant, The Sailfish at Marsh Creek Marine.
Surf City Line offers cocktails, tacos and amazing beachfront views.
TopSea Wingz in Hampstead delights the wings lovers of Topsail.