Oceans is a chick little dining option for visitors who are staying in Wrightsville Beach’s sprawling Holiday Inn Resort. Featuring a large and open dining room, as well as several nearby lounges that boast indoor or outdoor ocean views, Oceans is a prime spot for resort guests and local beach-goers alike top settle in for a breezy and coastally inspired meal.

The restaurant serves lunch and dinner, and both menus feature their own variety of unique and traditional American fare. Lunchtime patrons can start with an appetizer of crispy fried calamari, crab and spinach dip, or Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps before moving on to a substantial fresh salad, a sandwich or burger, or even a small, medium or large pizza with plenty of classic toppings.  Meanwhile, dinnertime patrons will be treated to a similar eclectic selection of starters, salads, sandwiches and pizzas, as well as a host of entrees which includes beef and chicken dishes, pasta dishes like heirloom tomato ravioli and chicken parmesan, and lots of seafood specialties like fish and chips, grilled tuna, and Parmesan Scallops. Refreshing and varied enough to cater to all palettes, Oceans is both a convenient and filling option for visitors who don’t want to wander too far from the resort, or the beach. 

Wrightsville Beach
  • Monday6:30am-9:00pm
  • Tuesday6:30am-9:00pm
  • Wednesday6:30am-9:00pm
  • Thursday6:30am-9:00pm
  • Friday6:30am-10:00pm
  • Saturday6:30am-10:00pm
  • Sunday6:30am-9:00pm
Wilmington, NC History

Wilmington, NC History

The history of Wilmington is one of the biggest lures for vacationers, as this popular Port City has an undeniably fascinating background that can be effortlessly explored and uncovered today. From its early roots at the dawn of the Colonial era, to its tumultuous role in the Civil War, the story of Wilmington is always engaging and as distinctive as the cityscape itself.

Bijou Park

Bijou Park

Bijou Park is a hidden gem of a "blink and you'll miss it" attraction in Wilmington, and is a perfect spot for weary shoppers and strollers to find a quiet bench, stretch out their legs, and relax. Located in a rare gap in between downtown buildings on 225 N Front St, the park straddles the heart of Downtown Wilmington and a Riverfront parking area, but the section in between is quiet, peaceful, and buffered from the sound of the downtown traffic by the two tall but historic buildings on either side.