This laid-back place is a small bar housed in a century-old former bakery. Inside, you'll see why it's a favorite among sailors passing through on the Intracoastal Waterway because the walls are covered with their nautical memorabilia. Regulars simply call it Back Street, and there is usually standing room only on the weekends. A little outdoor alley garden directly behind Clawson's Restaurant offers some respite from the crowds. A wide ranging beer selection and an eclectic mix of wine are served at the huge wooden bar. Upstairs is a "sailors' library" where you can bring a book to swap or to read. Back Street Pub has live music year-round; call for details on performers. Wednesdays are Open Mic nights. Winter visitors will find a cozy fire and a pot of soup. With the 2010 North Carolina smoke-free law, the Back Street space is now more hospitable for its non-smoking visitors.
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