Crazy Dash's organizers transform familiar city streets into playgrounds – or digital adventure games, as they put it. Teams sign up and, using their smart phones, follow a predetermined course along avenues and boulevards, taking in key sights from the city as they go. Along the course, they encounter ten or more checkpoints, where they answer challenge questions or snap selfies of a silly task such as singing in the street, sneaking through a fountain's spray, or making eye contact with a stranger.
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Halifax County Visitor Center Dog Run has the best amenities around. Enjoy Halifax County Visitor Center Dog Run when you stay in Roanoke Rapids.
Endless parking options are readily available close to Halifax County Visitor Center Dog Run.
So when you're in need of a short- or long-term vacation, Halifax County Visitor Center Dog Run in Roanoke Rapids is ready to host you.
Aviator Brewing Company's dedicated brew architects collaborate with a premium selection of seasonal ingredients to craft 16 varieties of pint fillers. Since taking root in 2008 with two 300-gallon tanks in a decommissioned airplane hangar, the suds factory has grown to include four tanks, each of which contains 3,100 gallons of award-winning libations. Inside the tanks, frothy brews such as the Devils Tramping Ground Tripel—a golden Belgian ale with a fruity, spicy, sweet flavor—wait for year-round sampling. They also concoct seasonal brews for Oktoberfest, spring, and winter, as well as rotating beers such as McGritty's Scotch Ale, which they brew from Maris Otter barley malt and crisp malt imported from the United Kingdom in an oversize kilt.
Nearby, on Broad Street, Aviator also operates a tap house, which serves up their draft brews at a temperature of 47 degrees Fahrenheit thanks to a micromatic dispensing system with glycol cooling. Down the street, they also operate a smokehouse that serves up smokehouse ribs, North Carolina chopped-barbecue sandwiches, and pulled pork that has been featured on RaleighLifestyle.tv's Dining Destinations.
Enjoy finger-licking barbecue year-round at Aviator Smokehouse in Fuquay Varina.
Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at this restaurant.
If time is of the essence, this restaurant's take-out option may be a better fit.
Easily accessible parking options are located near this dining establishment.
Aviator Smokehouse offers safe bike parking outside.
For a decently-priced meal that s not too fancy, Aviator Smokehouse hits the nail on the head.
So make plans to have the best barbecue in town for dinner. Why not tomorrow?
Next time you're craving some ribs, brisket, or pulled pork, think about stopping by Aviator Smokehouse for a quick bite of barbecue.
The Adams family has farmed the land of Adams Vineyards for eight generations. Years ago, though, they replaced the leafy tobacco plants they'd grown for decades with fruit trees and twining muscadine grapevines. Quincy Adams uses blueberries, peaches, apples, pears, and blackberries to make wine. Visitors can pair sips of those varietals with hors d'oeuvres such as Boar's Head cheese or chocolates handcrafted by Quincy's mother, Joyce. At the end of each summer, the family hosts a Grape Stomp Festival, where guests of all ages can participate in the timeless juicing method.