Richlands is a town in Onslow County, North Carolina, United States. The 2010 population was 1,520. It is included in the Jacksonville, North Carolina Metropolitan Statistical Area. Incorporated on March 29, 1880, it was the first town in Onslow County to have its own library and museum (home of the Onslow County Museum). Richlands was also the first town in Onslow County to have a female mayor, Annette Hargett.
Things to do in Richlands
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Ate here while visiting my son and his family. The pizza was good and the price was family-friendly. Good location for family. Kids loved the pizza.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
I went with family for a birthday celebration dinner. They'd told me how long the wait usually is, but thankfully a thunderstorm kept people away. We waited about 15 minutes. The mac and cheese was my absolute favorite. If you have great macaroni and cheese, I'm sold. The fried chicken was a little too soft for my liking, but it was still good. I prefer crispy fried chicken. The other sides, biscuits, and desserts were excellent. This is a great place, good price for family style, and excellent service. The staff will bring whatever you want more of, no questions asked.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Finally got to Mission BBQ on my visit to Jacksonville today. I really liked all the photos and patches. Tables were big and inviting.
I don’t like brisket but decided to give it a try, anyway. It was OK, I’m just not a brisket kind of guy. Had a bite of pulled pork that was excellent, as was the mac and cheese.
The Black Plate special was prime rib, wish I had gone in that direction.
I will be back!!
4 based on 19 reviews
We were curious to see what this Bistro thing was about and decided to try them out.
Place is renovated fast food joint, obvious from exterior appearance.
They serve "Asian" food, mix of Japanese and Chinese.
Wife ordered "walnut chicken", a Chinese dish. Good taste and just the right amount for her.
I ordered Teriyaki chicken & steak. Not enough to call it a man size portion but enough..
We shared a serving of "spicy tuna rolls". Worst we ever had anywhere we had been. There were no spicyness at all and couldn't see or taste the tuna. Waste of money.
We came, we saw, we ate...not at all impressed. Waitress had little knowledge of actually being served, other than naming them.
We will not be returning there. Good enough for those with curiousity for "Asian" food.
4 based on 10 reviews
Hwy 55 has the best cheeseburgers and almost any topping you can think of! I like Chili, grilled peppers onions and mushrooms! Good every time! Had one scoop of oreo cream pie custard sooooooooooooo good! Great way to top off a great burger! Fries are average but a good value!
4 based on 18 reviews
It is your avaverage Mexican food place. Burritos, margaritas, etc. Usually get a combo platter that comes with the standard rice ans beans. The margaritas are good as well as the chips and salsa. The salsa is average. Little runny but decent.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Went here to meet up with family while we were in town. This used to be our “go-to” spot for great food and great service. Both were lacking on this visit. (Husbands fries were soggy, my chicken florentine was dry with thick, dull tasting alfredo) Lunch menu is still reasonably priced. I usually have much to say in a review, however, I’m incredibly disappointed in the lackluster experience we had at what used to be a must stop.
4 based on 9 reviews
This place has the best burgers and the best selection of toppings. You can add one or many toppings and the price is the same! I had grilled onions, peppers and mushrooms with swiss Cheese lettuce and tomato. So Yummy! The service was great too!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We visited this place based on the recommendation of a friend and were not disappointed! We admittedly had some apprehension about the place upon pulling into the parking lot - it appears to be a converted garage - but once inside our minds changed quickly. The entire inside is decorated in a modern rustic decor with gorgeous wood, leather and metal tables and chairs. There is a nice view to the "roasting" room as well as an outside 'Espresso Garden.'
The only food item available is a cross between a Belgian waffle and sweet bread served warm - no syrup required!
The coffee has an amazing flavor. There are hot and cold options (however, no fancy drinks like Starbucks). We opted for the Shakerado - a slightly sweetened, milk-free cold drink shaken in a classic Boston shaker and served over ice. Perfection! Not sure if they provide almond or coconut milk as they had none the day we went.
Service was great: a young but friendly and knowledgeable barista clearly explained the difference between drinks in detail.
They, of course, have their coffee for sale by the bag (and will grind it for free if needed), as well as some other items.
Hours are limited, go early and enjoy a fine morning coffee!
5 based on 2 reviews
We ate at Manna Cafe Saturday, 15 July, by chance. We were traveling to the NC coast to visit family and Manna Cafe popped up on the GPS.
The Cafe is small, but with a nicely varied menu. Good food, nice people, good prices. I could tell from the conversation that most of the diners were locals who came for the conversation as much as the food.
We each got a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich on toast, iced tea, and split an order of fries. The food came out hot and fast. We left satisfied.
The place is nothing fancy. The food is good. And the price is right. This is a bit off the beaten trail, but the food is worth the trip.
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