130 Workshop Ln.
Jacksonville, NC 28546
Phone: (910) 346-8900
Fax: (910) 455-0423
130 Workshop Ln. US 17 N., Jacksonville, NC, US, 28546
- Phone: (910) 346-8900
- Fax: (910) 455-0423
Bars & Cafes
Cozy coffee shop with great coffee, teas and muffins. Wi-Fi access for your lap top while you relax with one of their famous daily specials.
Located right on the waterfront with a popular deck-side dining option, Persimmons Restaurant dishes out great seafood with the use of fresh vegetables and even more fresh fish. The view of various docked boats, silently floating on the water along with the prominent smell of the sea, calms the mind. A well-stocked bar full of wines and popular beer labels also features. Service is efficient and helpful, maintaining wonderful hospitality.
A dynamic menu that changes on a daily basis along with a fascinating menu of cocktails awaits you at Chef & the Farmer. From the Peach-pancetta wraps to the bread baskets filled with the goodness of caramelized onions and sweet potatoes to the wood-fired pizzas, this is the best it gets in a small town restaurant delivering big flavors. The decor is styled appropriately with a rustic charm and earthiness, visible on the walls and the furnishing. The restaurant also houses an eclectic beer selection which is produced in their in-house brewery.
Open seven-days a week from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. You can get coffee, espresso, iced drinks, teas, shakes, breakfast items, and for lunch they offer sandwiches, wraps, soups, and salads.
Aqua Restaurant serves flavorsome seafood with a focus on small-plates and appetizers along with a vibrant wine cellar and a creative cocktail menu. The interiors of this eatery are warm and inviting and is also equipped with a well-maintained garden porch which is a great dining option on summer days. Try the signature Aqua Signature Martini which complements the Amuse-Bouche perfectly. Service is pleasant and always happy to help.
If you are craving for a round of decent craft beers with your friends or by yourself, then head to Hannah’s Haus on Live Oak Street. A pet-friendly joint, more often than not you would be greeted by the owner's mastiff dog, who also features on the pub's logo. Offering close to 25 beers on tap and 100 bottles of beer, the pub just cannot go wrong in giving you a great time. Schedule a drinking session with your friends on the day of your favorite sports action and catch it live on one of the televisions at the pub. On weekends, the bar turns to music for a change in atmosphere, where local as well as national bands give out some awesome original tunes, much to the delight of the crowd.
One of the many restaurants located at The Forum, Osteria Cicchetti specializes in Italian cuisine. This restaurant is open for lunch from 11.30a to 4p, Monday through Friday; dinner commences at 5p. An offering of the Circa Restaurant Group, which gave Wilmington many other delightful eateries like Circa 1922, Brasserie du Soleil, Boca Bay and Towne Tap & Grill, this restaurant also has many culinary delights for you. Small plates like meatballs Napoli and Carpaccio set you up for a satisfying meal which includes pasta, pizza and a full wine menu.
The Pub at Sweet n Savory offers some of the best food in Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, and the Cape Fear region. They have great family games to play (skeeball, horse shoes, foosball, darts. pool, table shuffle board, and corn hole). Diners can also watch an NFL Ticket game. You will also enjoy their 80+ beer selection.\
Situated at Lumina Station, Cameo 1900 is the place to head to for a fun night out. Offering tapas style dishes, the restaurant is ideal if you're looking for a night out with friends. The small plates are meant for sharing, and the reasonable prices ensure that you and your friends end up sampling pretty much everything on the menu. Many of their offerings are gluten-friendly. What makes this place even better is their vast array of cocktails, and you would be silly to leave without trying the 1900 Cucumber Gimlet. There is also a good selection of wines.
22 North restaurant has a chalkboard menu along with kid-friendly options, which goes to say that there are select options to try. That said, the seafood-centric American food served here is full of flavor that melts in your mouth right away. The restaurant also serves a decent beer selection. Service is pleasant and greets you with a lovely smile. So if you find yourself in this quaint little beach town craving seafood, then you know where to go!
Very unique facility that features a huge sportsbar with a giant screen TV, four satellite TVs, daily drink specials, and a full service menu. There are also eight lighted sand volleyball courts on site. They are open Monday through Wednesday for dinner only and open Thursday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.
Having staged the performances of numerous rock/metal bands from across the country, the Reggies 42nd Street Tavern is one place where you can head bang late into the night. This eclectic bar is known for its vibrant ambiance that is accentuated by the young and the restless crowd. Its decor resembles an underground rock club with dimly-lit interiors and skeletal murals on the walls. The bar is well-stocked with beers and cocktails served till late into the night. Call ahead to know more about Wilmington's favorite hardcore music hangout.