North Carolina’s eighth largest city, Wilmington, is also one of the state’s most visited. Sure the big draw might be the surrounding shores of Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach, but Wilmington packs in its fair share of visitors who visit the Battleship North Carolina, stroll the boardwalk along the Cape Fear River, and check out the historic homes downtown.
One thing visitors to the Port City and its surroundings have in common is an appetite for good food. Seafood might be the logical choice for an oceanside nibble, and there is no shortage of options that run the gamut from old-timey to high-brow and everything in between. Diners in the mood for some Southeast Asian cuisine might find themselves eating in one of the state’s most photogenic restaurants, while those with a sweet tooth can join the line for piping hot doughnuts straight off the boardwalk. Whatever the mood the food in Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, and Carolina Beach is as much a reason to visit as are the beaches.Read More