One of my favorite things about aviation is flying to some great places. I've been to most in my local area and routinely talk up these destinations to others. List your favorites so others may enjoy.
1. Kitty Hawk, NC - every pilot should make the pilgrimage at least once.
2. Ocracoke Island, NC (W95) - runway practically on the beach, good food a short walk away (or golf cart ride if you call ahead), rather remote - can only get there by airplane, boat, or ferry.
3. Stanton's BBQ - kind of remote and hard to find, but the food is good and the turf runway is right across the road from the restaurant. N34-43-9 and W79-40-0. Runway 12 - 30 is 2300' long and multicom is 122.9.
4. Stag Airpark, Burgaw, NC - (7NC1) EAA Ch 297 meeting and lunch on the first Saturday every month.
Pik-n-Pig in Carthage, NC is high on my list this year. The restaurant is located right on Gilliam-McConnell Airfield (5NC3). They also have a fly-in in the fall.