Fayetteville & Wilmington Reviews

Review for Tornado Roofing & Contracting by Eddie
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Family owned and operated for almost 20 years, we at Tornado Roofing & Contracting pride ourselves on excellent craftsmanship and supreme customer service.
Review for BonBon Crafting Parties by james
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Had the worst experience at bonbon crafting parties in ogden, Wilmington, NC The staff was rude and condescending, border line disrespectful. I myself work for a small business in town ..
Review for Paddy's Hollow Restaurant & Pub - Cotton Exchange by Nicholas
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Great restaurant to get all kinds of food! Even better bar
Review for Circa 1800 by Holly
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Lots of menu choices from steaks to pasta to seafood and salads. Well prepared dishes in the heart of Fayetteville!
Review for North Carolina Azalea Festival at Wilmington, Inc. by Holly
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The North Carolina Azalea Festival is 70 years strong! There is live entertainment daily, contests, vendors and a parade. Lots of fun in Wilmington over a three day weekend!
Review for El Burrito Mexican Restaurant 2 by Jillian
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Ell Burrito Mexican Restaurant is perfect for a dinner with your family! They have a large menu to choose from that offer authentic Mexican foods that everybody will enjoy!

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Jacksonville, North Carolina is in Onslow County and is the 14th largest city in the state. It's home to the largest Marine Corps base on the eastern seaboard. Celebrating and serving the military heroes of the world, both every day and the extraordinary military servants is what Jacksonville does best. The tree city, once a quiet farming community has grown into the business, retail, medical, banking and cultural center for the county. Jacksonville has been dedicated as a "Tree City," a honor from the National Arbor Day Association because of the city's dedication to nurturing its green spaces.

The downtown waterfront park is built on the site of Wantland's Ferry, with bridges on either side of the original ferry site. Still standing at the site is also the historic Pelletier House, maintained by the Onslow Historical Society, which is opened to the public on special occasions. The park is open year-round to the public. About half of the population of Jacksonville lives in Camp Lejeune and New River Air Station.

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