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Bay Sire Winery, Bistro & Ale is an upscale restaurant and winery in Jackson, North Carolina. Owner and developer, Jemma Cox, does not harvest her own grapes, but rather purchases them from all over the world, and then ferments and bottles wine under the Bay Sire label. The Bay Sire also serves delicious food and ale.
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Sir Ralph Lane led the second failed expedition to Roanoke Island in 1585. Lane's detailed descriptions of Roanoke Island and his story became part of Paul Green's outdoor drama, The Lost Colony. Today, a mannequin of his likeness is featured at the Northampton County Welcome Center and is dressed in a Lost Colony costume designed by renowned costume designer William Ivey Long.
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The Twin County Museum and Hall of Fame preserves and presents the history of Edgecombe and Nash counties, while also celebrating important community members.
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The Southside Beach Club Grill in Merry Hill, North Carolina is a casual, but tasty dining experience with a beautiful view of the Albemarle Sound.
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