In this issue
We bring you the story of The Arendell Room, a new bar that feels more New York or San Francisco than its inconspicuous spot in Morehead City’s burgeoning downtown. A short walk away from there is Chefs 105, a waterfront restaurant with a back story that winds from Greenville to the coast, with stops at some of the country’s finest restaurants in between. For our regular artist feature we talked with Lou Wilson, a former accountant who traded in her calculator for a paintbrush and hasn’t looked back. We introduce you to the fine people who run some of the many bed and breakfasts in Beaufort, where the B&B experience can be anything a guest wants it to be. For the sweet of tooth, we check in with Hallot Parson, a former chef who turned his culinary skills into an innovative chocolate-making business. In a generously lengthy interview, World Golf Hall of Fame inductee and two-time U.S. Open winner Curtis Strange tells us why, when he could live anywhere else in the world, he lives here. Freelance writer Steve Row, in his first piece for Crystal Coast Magazine, examines the slumping housing market, which local real estate professionals believe is in for a rebound.

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