Our World: Calabash, North Carolina

Calabash, North Carolina, waterfront.  May 7, 2013.

Calabash, North Carolina, waterfront. May 7, 2013.

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them.)

This is my post for the Our World meme.  This meme is a second generation of My World Tuesday created by Klaus Peter and is hosted by five wonderful ladies.  To learn more about our world or to join and share your part of the world, click HERE.

Betsy and I just got back from a week at the beach.  We stay at a wonderful inn in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, but we head to Calabash, North Carolina, each evening for dinner.

Shrimp boat tied up in Calabash, North Carolina.  May 9, 2013.

Shrimp boat tied up in Calabash, North Carolina. May 9, 2013.

Calabash is a fishing village that calls itself the ‘Seafood Capital of the World’.  I’m not about to argue with that description.  Calabash seafood is delicious, and there are several restaurants right along the docks where the fishing boats come in.  You can buy fresh seafood right off the boat, or enjoy a meal at a restaurant as you watch the boats coming in.

Calabash scallops and shrimp at the Dockside restaurant, Calabash, North Carolina.  May 5, 2013.

Calabash scallops and shrimp at the Dockside restaurant, Calabash, North Carolina. May 5, 2013.

The photo above shows some Calabash shrimp and scallops.  It’s definitely worth the trip from Tennessee to enjoy these yummies.

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24 Responses to “Our World: Calabash, North Carolina”

  1. rednomadoz Says:

    STOP! I’m salivating … that plate of food looks heavenly, although any self-respecting Aussie calls a shrimp a ‘prawn’!

  2. lronglim Says:

    Very inviting scenery, and and that plate of goodies, looks inviting too…

  3. busy bee suz Says:

    Wowza….nothing better than fresh seafood! I’m so glad you both enjoyed your trip! XO

  4. MadSnapper Says:

    hard to type while drooling on the keyboard… yummmm and you already know how much i love beaches.

  5. sylviakirk Says:

    I do love seafood and like the others — my keyboard is definitely getting drooled on!! Looks and sounds like you and Betsy had a wonderful week!! Thanks for sharing the tasty fun!!! Have a great week, George!!

  6. maple lane Says:

    Beautiful pictures and the food looks delicious!

  7. Linda Says:

    It looks as if you had perfect weather for your beach getaway. I’m not big on seafood, so that part wouldn’t tempt me. But I love the beach and the waves and the beauty of it all that you capture so nicely in your photos.

  8. Mary Says:

    a week at the beach sounds good! That food looks wonderful!

  9. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    i love those ship masts and the bright blue sky! I guess I have never tasted extremely fresh seafood, it must be awesome!!! The closest I ever get is picking up a fresh salmon at the grocery store, By then I am sure it is at least four days old.

  10. Denise Says:

    Hi George, that sounds like another lovely trip you and Betsy took. The seafood looks so yummy! Have a great day!

  11. Larry Says:

    In my younger days, trips to Myrtle Beach with the kids were pretty frequent and aat least one dinner in Calabash was a must.

  12. dayphoto Says:

    It looks like your weather was perfect…no wind, rain or huge nasty storms!

    Excellent!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

  13. ladyfi Says:

    You guys go on the best trips!

  14. Ms. A Says:

    That’s a whopping plate of scallops! Yum!

  15. Rose Says:

    I would love just sitting there watching the boats….Roger would love the food!

  16. rhiebert Says:

    The setting alone sounds worth the trip.I am not a great sea food lover,but when it is fresh,I might be persuaded to like it.

  17. MaryBeth Says:

    Yummy indeed!!! Of course the west side of Washington also calls itself the Seafood capital of all over. LOL Bob and I just had garlic Prawns at a Greek restaurant here–Very yummy also. My granddaughter Kylee invited us (and her Mom) out for lunch on Mother’s day—Of course you know who get to pay. We love her anyway. hahaha!!
    Sounds like your week away was ever so fun. MB

  18. Rajesh Says:

    Wonderful shots from your trip. I am sure you people had great time.

  19. Sartenada Says:

    Wonderful photos from Your trip.

  20. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    I love the second picture of the fishing boat. The first one seems to be a yacht of some kind. Gosh, buying it right off the boat!!!

  21. Andrea Says:

    Oh wow, those plates of seafood are certainly a special treat here in your blog. I love anything seafood, and scallops are rare to find here and expensive, so I am so envious.

  22. Lorri Says:

    What beautiful photographs, so serene looking. Those scallops and shrimp are making me drool.

  23. Carletta Says:

    This pictures look like you had wonderful weather for your trip. I love the coast of North Carolina.
    AND, I shouldn’t be looking at this plate of food as it is past midnight here and too late to eat. 🙂

  24. Neal Says:

    I’ll have to admit that the plate of seafood looks delicious even if I am not a big fan of scallops. Looks yummy.

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