Shopping in Mebane

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Peruse the hundreds of items in Dallas Pridgen's online selection, where all that glitters is gold, silver, or platinum. Select a suitably adorable gift for animal lovers, such as the silver whale brooch ($49) or the 14K gold elephant pendant ($66), or communicate with holiday spirits via seasonal jewelry ($25–$1,132). Fans of whimsy and Sandra Boynton buffs will delight in Dallas Pridgen's exclusive Boynton line ($49–$1,499), which renders the author and illustrator's inimitable characters in sterling and gold. The Juliet series spotlights elegant and feminine lines, like those that form the Juliet's heart pendant (silver $98, gold $799), a thoughtful gift to perk up a girlfriend, sister, or forlorn ventriloquist dummy.

104 N Churton St
Hillsborough,
NC
US

In the kitchen at Mario’s Pizza, chefs heap cheese, steak, and sun-dried tomatoes onto oversize New York–style and sicilian pizza crusts. A white pizza covered in ricotta cheese, fresh garlic, and mozzarella reminds taste buds of eating a delicious snowman, and comes in sizes ranging from 10 inches to as large as 19 inches. Baked pasta and sandwiches, such as a philly steak or veal parmigiana, round out the menu.

4000 Arrowhead Blvd
Mebane,
NC
US

Direct Tools Factory Outlet equips crafty builders with an ample supply of hardware, vacuums, grills, and table saws sourced directly from top manufacturers. Grilling and outdoor kitchen equipment from STOK provision barbecues and cookouts with juicy briskets and steaks through a steady supply of discontinued, reconditioned, and factory-overrun products—brand-new, unused equipment shipped directly from the assembly line after excess production or accidental cloning. Dirt Devil vacuums suction off contaminants from carpets and shop floors, while an arsenal of drills and table saws from Ryobi lends structural soundness to household projects with speedy efficiency and trusty precision.

4000 Arrowhead Boulevard
Mebane,
NC
US

Creeping across a 5-acre swath of the Haw River Valley, 16 varieties of grapevines sprout from fertile, sandy soil, twisting their leafy arms around trellises and soaking in the lush, grape-growing climate. Benjamin's artisan enophiles hand pluck each of the muscadine, french, and hybrid grapes that blanket this vineyard. The grapes are escorted into the afterlife inside fermenting barrels where they live on as red and white wines for every taste—from dry dinner varietals and sweet country classics to seasonal bouquets. The whole creative process is observed by spectating visitors who wind through the idyllic facilities on self-guided tours—often including picnics on the winery’s covered porch, or perusals of of local art at the gift shop.

As an ecofriendly facility, Benjamin Vineyards & Winery employs sustainable practices, such as composting agricultural products, recycling bottles and other reusables, and growing plants with nightly bedtime reading instead of pesticides.

6516 Whitney Rd
Graham,
NC
US