The Black Sea Grill puts a wonderfully unique spin on classic Cape Fear area seafood and southern dishes, with Mediterranean fare that allows the local ingredients to shine. From unique takes on “surf and turf,” (with lamb instead of steak), to delectable side dishes and desserts, (like Jasmine rice and baklava), the Black Sea Grill will make Wilmington visitors and locals rethink the concept of coastal dining.

Open for both lunch and dinner, patrons will have a choice of Mediterranean staples, American fare, or a refreshing combination of the two. The lunch menu is stuffed with colorful salads, sandwiches like the gyro, falafel pita, or the hamburger deluxe, and lunch plates like the beef or chicken kebab, or the fish plate. Dinnertime guests will have an even wider variety, with a host of appetizers, kebabs, vegetarian dishes, and the acclaimed seafood specialties which include grouper, Mahi, shrimp, rainbow trout, or market fish that are topped with a traditional sauce made with olive oil, lemon juice, dill and garlic. The end result is a distinctively global flavor infused with local seafood, and it’s nothing short of delicious.

Perfect for seafood fans, vegetarians, and anyone who craves Mediterranean fare, the Black Sea Grill is turning heads as the place to go for creative fare that highlights seafood standards in a new light. 

  • Monday11:30am-8:30pm
  • Tuesday11:30am-8:30pm
  • Wednesday11:30am-8:30pm
  • Thursday11:30am-8:30pm
  • Friday11:30am-9:00pm
  • Saturday11:30am-9:00pm
Burgwin-Wright House Museum and Gardens

Burgwin-Wright House Museum and Gardens

The Burgwin-Wright Museum House may be one of many former Wilmington residences that claim historical significance and a long and storied history, but this home is remarkably beautiful and distinctive in its own right. Built in 1770-1771, the home is one of the top twenty oldest homes in North Carolina, and the oldest museum house in the state. Carefully preserved throughout the centuries, despite natural deterioration, military occupancy, and the Civil War, the Burgwin-Wright house is an enchanting step back in time for Wilmington visitors and residents alike.

Freeman Park

Freeman Park

The northernmost coastal region of Carolina Beach is home to the Freeman Park Recreation Area, a stretch of shoreline that is well known to adventurous, beach-loving 4WD truck owners. Unlike other stretches of the barrier islands off the coast of Wilmington, this park is special because it is completely undeveloped, and allows beach driving to off-roaders who like to cruise along the sand.