The Cape Fear region seems to have a love affair with delicate French cuisine, and Betsy’s Crepes puts one of this country’s favorite cuisines front and center as the star of the menu. Conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Wilmington, just a block away from the Cape Fear River, this refined breakfast, lunch and dinner destination will make newcomers fall in love with this French staple.

The menu features sweet and savory crepes, which can be enjoyed at breakfast, lunchtime, or both. The breakfast crepes include hearty selections like the New Yorker with smoked salmon, capers, onion, tomato, chive, and sour cream, or the Huevos Rancheros with black beans, cheddar, and jalapeno, as well as dessert-worthy options like the Impersonator with peanut butter, banana and honey. For something more suitable for lunch or dinner, patrons can “ham it up” with the traditional ham, cheese and mustard crepe, sample the unique Chicken Teriyaki with spinach, chicken and rice, or feast on the Riviera with spinach, mushroom and mozzarella. Flavors from all across the globe are represented, and both novice and expert crepe makers can even make their own variety through an extensive list of add-on options. Decadent for breakfast, lunch, or just a well-deserved dessert, Betsy’s Crepes is sure to be a distinctively different favorite among new Wilmington visitors.

  • Monday8:00am-3:00pm
  • Tuesday8:00am-3:00pm
  • Wednesday8:00am-11:30pm
  • Thursday8:00am-11:30pm
  • Friday8:00am-11:30pm
  • Saturday8:00am-11:30pm
  • Sunday8:00am-8:00pm
Johnnie Mercer’s Pier

Johnnie Mercer’s Pier

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Wilmington Educational Activities

Wilmington Educational Activities

Considering that Wilmington is home to the renowned University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), it should come as no surprise that the city is packed with educational activities of all varieties. From historic antebellum homes to local museums where the regional history comes to life through a variety of intricate displays, there’s always an engaging activity – as well as a learning opportunity – to be uncovered with every visit to Wilmington, NC.