Enjoy a seafood meal with a prime view of the local marinas that border the Intracoastal Waterway with a visit to Bluewater Grill. Located on the edge of the Wrightsville Beach Causeway, this seafood restaurant is a popular lunch and dinner destination for vacationers who are hungry for a taste of the coast.

Both the lunch and dinner menus are varied, but boast a heavy focus on both classic and more creative seafood dishes. Lunchtime guests can start with a fresh salad, or a cup of New England clam chowder or Manhattan Seafood Chowder, and then move on to one of the handheld selections, like the Asian Tuna Wrap or the French Dip, or the lunch-sized entrees, like a fried Calabash seafood platter. Evening visitors will find a similarly enticing selection, as well as a host of appetizers, “From the Land” entrees like Bistro Steak and baby back ribs, and “From the Sea” dishes, including southern fried flounder, Coconut Shrimp, Seafood Linguini, and Sesame Ginger Shrimp Skewers. Capped off with a glass of wine and a prime on-the-water view, Bluewater Grill presents a perfectly coastal dining experience for Wrightsville Beach vacationers, where the local seafood is the star of the scene. 

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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.

Wilmington, NC Fishing Guide

Wilmington, NC Fishing Guide

For anglers who crave variety, there’s no place like Wilmington. Home to massive manmade lakes, seldom-visited creeks, wide Cape Fear River waters, and even easy proximity to ocean shorelines, the sheer options when it comes to casting a line is enough to make any fisherman excited about a visit.