Catch has been making waves on the Wilmington dining scene since first opening in 2006, thanks to its award-winning and famous chef and owner, Keith Rhodes. Rhodes was a contestant on the national television show Top Chef and has since returned to his hometown restaurant to serve up deliciously fresh seafood that is infused with a modern twist.

Catch strives to utilize North Carolina organic farmers and local fisheries whenever possible, and the colorful menu reflects this dedication to fresh ingredients. The dinner menu features a modest selection of salads, appetizers and entrees, which highlights local catches and boasts plenty of creativity. Patrons can dive into satisfying dishes like the Cast Iron blackened NC catch filet, with Hoop Cheddar stone-ground grits, spicy collards, and Texas Pete aioli, or the pan-roasted Oriental NC black fin and lump crab cakes, with white truffle mash, mixed farm greens, and Pamlico shrimp and Cognac bisque. Visitors will also want to check out the ever-rotating daily specials, which typically features a number of local catches. Land entrees are also available, like Korean BBQ baby back ribs and Atomic Beef lettuce cups.

Always delightfully different and undeniably fresh, Catch is a good option for diners who want to taste peak North Carolina seafood at its most creative.

  • Monday5:30pm-9:00pm
  • Tuesday5:30pm-9:00pm
  • Wednesday5:30pm-9:00pm
  • Thursday5:30pm-9:00pm
  • Friday5:30pm-9:00pm
  • Saturday5:30pm-9:00pm
Wilmington Riverwalk

Wilmington Riverwalk

The Riverwalk in Downtown Wilmington is a showstopper of a stroll that is a distinctive attraction all its own. Originally conceived in the 1980s as a way to generate more interest and tourism to the Cape Fear River waterfront regions of Wilmington's historic Downtown, today the Riverwalk encompasses a full mile of scenic boardwalk, hugging the borders of the riverfront, and providing visitors with endless views and easy access to some of the Downtown's most beloved attractions.

Cape Fear River

Cape Fear River

While Wilmington visitors will arguably enjoy the best views of the Cape Fear River, this distinctive river actually spreads out throughout most of the coastal and piedmont regions of North Carolina, originating in the town of Haywood, just north of Greensboro, NC, and flowing all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.