Sometimes a name says it all, and Addicted to the Bean is a favorite destination for Hugh MacRae park-goers and UNCW college students alike to get an extra jolt of caffeine before an early morning run, a crucial final exam, or just a day at the park.

Addicted to the Bean is located on the edge of College Road, close to Oleander Drive, which makes it a convenient destination for most folks who are shopping or exploring this central region of Wilmington. The interior is surprisingly spacious and inviting, with clusters of plush armchairs and tables for patrons who need to do a little work with their brew. The menu features a full range of organic fair-trade coffee, iced coffees, frozen frappes, lattes and mochas and 100% crushed fruit smoothies, as well as a few breakfast items for hungry patrons who need a nice wake-up call. Patrons can munch on locally made croissant breakfast sandwiches, bagels and cream cheese, fresh-baked muffins and pastries, or even a bowl of oatmeal for a nice boost of energy. With well-trained baristas and lots of options to cater to all early morning or midday appetites, Addicted to the Bean will appease coffee addicts and any Wilmington visitor who is in need of a quick pick-me-up.

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  • Monday7:00am-7:00pm
  • Tuesday7:00am-7:00pm
  • Wednesday7:00am-7:00pm
  • Thursday7:00am-7:00pm
  • Friday7:00am-7:00pm
  • Saturday7:00am-7:00pm
  • Sunday7:00am-7:00pm
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Rainy Day Activities in Wilmington NC

Rainy Day Activities in Wilmington NC

Rain or shine, there’s always plenty of fun to be found in Wilmington. Home to a wealth of museums, cultural attractions, shops, restaurants, and so much more, visitors of all interests and ages will have no problem at all finding something to do, regardless of the weather.

Cape Fear Museum

Cape Fear Museum

The Cape Fear Museum, (shorthand for the Cape Fear Museum of History and Science), has been educating and entertaining visitors for well over 100 years. Founded in 1898, the museum is the oldest operating museum in North Carolina, and welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Distinguished for its modern structure and Market Street location in the middle of Downtown Wilmington, the museum has a wealth of information on the history, wildlife and culture of the 50-square mile Cape Fear region. More than 50 thousand exhibits can be found within its brick and concrete walls, and patrons of all ages will surely find an exhibit or two that is engrossing, educational, and sheds new light on this essential coastal Carolina region.