Boca Bay Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Located near the bridge to Wrightsville Beach, Boca Bay has been one of the area’s most beloved and popular seafood restaurants and oyster bars for years. The eclectic menu includes not only steamed oysters and mussels, but also tuna tartare, ceviche, and shrimp and lobster fritters with Cajun remoulade. They offer sushi specials on Tuesday nights, and the Surfer Roll (with tuna, avocado, red pepper and cucumber) will give you that beachy feeling.
Boca Bay was voted the best Sunday Brunch by locals, so get there between 9 am and 2 pm on Sundays to experience it for yourself! Boca Bay is the perfect restaurant destination for date night near Wrightsville Beach!
Boca Bay is open for dinner every day at 5:00 p.m. Boca Bay also offers a $5 bar menu every day from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
For more information visit http://bocabayrestaurant.com
See what our local and visiting customers have to say about Boca Bay!
“The place was simply amazing! The atmosphere elegant and homey. Everything was delicious( even the kids menu ), and the portions are huge! You definitely get your money’s worth.” – Samantha McDougall
“We sat out on the patio. The food and atmosphere is awesome. Excellent customer service. Fresh catch was great! We will be definitely back.” – Mehul Shah
“Absolutley great food! We had dinner which was fantastic and I went back last week to try the Sunday Brunch and was not disappointed. A real hidden gem of Wilmington. Must Visit.” – KA. M.
“We’ve been savoring the food and enjoying the professional, personable service at Boca Bay for years. Always extremely satisfied. This time it was to celebrate my husband’s 50th! The seared Tuna was his choice and he loved every morsel. They were so accommodating and made a seared tuna for our teen son with just fries on the side! I enjoyed a perfected cooked Flounder Almondine. Boca Bay always has the freshest fish prepared divinely. To top it off, we had the unimaginably scrumptious key lime pie! Thank you, Boca Bay, for the all round perfect evening.” – Deirdre Baker