NC Eatin’: Pender County

September 12, 2009 at 6:47 pm Leave a comment

Sunday, June 21, 2009
Harvey’s Deli & Tavern
108 West Freemont Street
Burgaw, NC

On our way home from Sunset Beach, we drove through a couple small towns trying to find somewhere good for dinner.  Finally we hit paydirt in Burgaw.  Burgaw is the county seat of Pender County and had a population of just a bit over 3,300 as of the 2000 census.  The homes we saw were small but very well maintained, and the main street is adorable.

We wandered into Harvey’s, which is a cute local pub.  They have a decent beer selection, and a good variety of the sort of food you want if you’re eating at a local pub.  We had fried cheesesticks to start and then burgers.  It was all good even though it came out a bit slowly.  No wonder!  We think there were just 2 people working the place when we visited.  But they were nice, and it wasn’t ridiculously slow.  I’d definitely return here if we passed through Burgaw again.


Entry filed under: NC, NCEatin.

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