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Skylight Inn Barbecue Online Store
The restaurant produces great branded merchandise. There is a variety of clothing and decorative items available for purchase. The available items are:
The t-shirts are $20 each.
There are different t-shirts to choose from. These include;
· Skylight Inn “Choppin” Tee
· Whole Hog Tee
· Skylight Inn “Patch” Tee
· Skylight Inn Good Butt Tee
Hats go for $20 each.
The hats are of two colors, Grey and Green. The grey hat has a brown patch with the Skylight Inn Barbecue logo. The green hat has a tan logo.
3. Barbecue Sauce
This is the original barbecue sauce. The recipe has been used since the restaurant began operating. It is vinegar-based. The sauce can be used on both pork and chicken. It is 17.25 ounces. It costs $7.
The items bought from the online store can be returned only if;
· It is unused or in new condition.
· It is not damaged.
· The item was bought within 30 days of it being returned.
You can pack up the item and ship it back to the warehouse. The address to the warehouse can be found on the restaurant’s website. You will need to wait for five to seven business days to receive a refund on returned items.
The only items that cannot be returned are those on sale.
The restaurant is open every week from Monday to Saturday. Operation hours are between 10 am to 7 pm. The restaurant remains closed every Sunday. Skylight Inn Barbecue is known for its whole hog barbecue. The pig is cooked in a traditional North Carolinian fashion. This attracts many, some who know of the recipe and others who wish to experience it. Next time you are in Arden, or the larger North Carolina area, pass by the restaurant. You are sure to leave amazed at the food served. You can get a barbecue sandwich, a plate, or pick it by the pound.
The Waterfowl Man
Mike Lubbock is known as the Waterfowl Man. Many avian biologists consider him a prolific and intuitive waterfowl aviculturist. He faced many adventures and obstacles in his journey to protect endangered waterfowl. He has dedicated his life to ensuring many bird species do not go extinct. Sylvan Heights Bird Park is his life’s work. The park seeks to inform and educate people about waterfowl. It gives a desire to continue the work they do. The park is important in waterfowl preservation efforts. Many institutions have partnered with the park to continue in their work