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The Juice Box is a little indoor smoothie hut located along Route 1, just north of the Route 111 intersection in North Hampton, formerly The Big Lick (had great cupcakes) and Casey's Hot Dog. There is no seating inside, but there are picnic tables outside in front.4/5(36). The Big Lick, North Hampton, New Hampshire. 4 likes. Local Business4.9/5(243).

Get directions, reviews and information for Big Lick Bluegrass Festival in Oakboro, NC. Big Lick Bluegrass Festival Oakboro NC 28129. Reviews. Website. Menu & Reservations Hampton by Hilton. Click here to view results. More Hotels. Close. Back Print Print Big Lick Bluegrass Festival. Oakboro | . $5 off The Big Lick Dairy Bar and Takeout Coupons and online discounts in North Hampton. Coupons for The Big Lick Dairy Bar and Takeout and it is a Ice Cream restaurant with a location at 77 Lafayette Rd in North Hampton, NH 03862.

A North Carolina (NC) Festival Park featuring: semi-annual Antique Festivals, Gun and Knife Shows, Antique Tractor Pulls, National Tractor Pulls, Lumber Jack Contests, Blue Grass Festivals, July 4th Celebration, ATV Drag Races, PGTPA Pulls and Antiques and Collectibles of all types. For year round fun and entertainment visit Big Lick Festival Park @Oakboro, NC 28129. The Big Lick Dairy Bar and Takeout 77 Lafayette Rd. North Hampton, NH [email protected] View my complete profile.

Big Lick Brewing Company opens original location in Sept 2014 at 135 Salem Ave. “We rarely brew the same beer twice” – over 120 recipes crafted at 135 Salem Avenue. Expansion plans underway designing and building out our West Station Production Facility. Incorporation. The town first called Big Lick was established in 1852 and chartered in 1874. It was named for a large outcropping of salt which drew the wildlife to the site near the Roanoke River. In 1882 it became the town of Roanoke, and in 1884 it was chartered as the independent city of Roanoke.County: None (Independent city).