American Cuisine articles

Wilmington’s First Food Hall

The creators of Raleigh’s Transfer Co. Food Hall are bringing their innovative social hall concept to Wilmington. Bringing together the talents of local chefs, food entrepreneurs, musicians and makers, Seaboard Social Hall will be a combination food hall, music hall, commissary kitchen, ghost kitchen, maker’s market and more.

Welcome to Skytown Beer Company

As it turns out, there’s a lot. There’s an airy, bright, welcoming and chic interior design (the handiwork of Carol Jensen), and a space that also includes four-seater tables, a neat curved bar, a relaxed easy chair and sofa “living room” seating area and gleaming mash tuns within an arm’s reach.

The Fork n Cork in the Port City

Big, it ain’t. And at first blush it looks like the kind of place where you’d have go outside to change your mind. But a place doesn’t have to be airy and grandiose to be worth visiting, especially when the beer menu has almost 50 beers and the food that comes out of the kitchen is this good.

Steam Engines

None of the folks running the chic restaurant in Wilmington’s Embassy Suites hotel is named James Watt (who perfected the steam engine). Their names are Alan Nelson, Nicole Boudrieau and Tyler Powell. But eventually, they could collectively take on the name Hero, the Greek who actually invented the device in the first century.

Unrivaled Views Make Unforgettable Events

Oceanic Restaurant is a landmark of Wrightsville Beach, connected to the historic Crystal Pier sitting directly on the Atlantic Ocean. This unforgettable beachfront venue is located on South Lumina Avenue with direct beach access, and convenient parking located adjacent to the restaurant. The entire restaurant offers panoramic views of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and was recently renovated in March 2019 to enhance the dining experience and views of the ocean.

Oceanic Restaurant

The Oceanic Restaurant is rooted in Wrightsville Beach history for over the last 40 years, and the historic Crystal Pier it’s attached to, 40 years older than that. The pier, when first built in 1939 was the longest wooden pier in the Atlantic Ocean and even to this day, is the only wooden pier in Wrightsville Beach, expanding 475 feet into the water.

The Husk

This restaurant’s casual atmosphere is the perfect spot to relax — either start your night here laughing with friends or end it here with new ones.

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