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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 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 Paddy's Hollow Restaurant & Pub - Cotton Exchange by Holly
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Paddy's Hollow is located downtown in historic Wilmington, within The Cotton Exchange. They serve classic American dishes like ribs, steaks, and sandwiches. Their outside seating faces the river. Open ..
Pros: Free parking if you're a customer!
Review for Elijah's Restaurant by Scott
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While visiting Wilmington we went to eat lunch at Elijah’s. Wonderful outdoor seating overlooking the river and the Riverwalk.
Pros: Delicious cheese bread, appetizers and tacos. The view is wonderful and staff was friendly.
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 Paddy's Hollow Restaurant & Pub - Cotton Exchange by Nicholas
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Great restaurant to get all kinds of food! Even better bar

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Wilmington is a port city in coastal southeastern North Carolina. It's home to a vibrant riverfront and scenic pedestrian-friendly Riverwalk that winds around the famous Cape Fear River to three colorful island beaches. The banks of the river embrace a variety of architectural styles, and moss-draped live oaks line the 230-block National Register Historic District, which is one of the largest in the U.S.

You can see the city on a guided walking tour, by horse-drawn carriage or trolley ride. Wilmington boasts a favorable mild climate, varied landscapes, and spectacular architecture so it's easy to see why over 400 film-related credits belong to the city. You'll find over 40 locally owned restaurants, pubs, and breweries in the river district, many of which feature live music long after the sun goes down.

Beach lovers will enjoy island time at Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and Wrightsville Beach, which are no more than 25 minutes apart. There are family-friendly attractions and programs from surf lessons at one of the world?s nationally recognized surf destinations to a superhero kid?s camp at area resorts. Fly down the 40-foot- tall waterslide or float the lazy river at Jungle Rapids Family Fun Park. Ride a surrey bike at a beachside boardwalk, nationally-recognized as one of the top boardwalks in the country by USA Today. Discover under-the-sea animals at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, voted one of the best aquariums in the U.S. by the Travel Channel or a day at the playground at the Ocean Front Park. Wilmington has much to offer the resident and visitor!

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