Visitors who are touring the Cameron Art Museum don’t have to leave the premises to enjoy a creative and ultimately delicious lunch, thanks to the museum’s on-site Cam Café. Located in a bright and sunny corner of the museum, and spearheaded by Executive chef Jessica Cabo, this little café is a veritable work of art.

Jessica Cabo originally went to college at UNCW before spending 12 years in LA and New York, and being a finalist on the popular cooking show Hell’s Kitchen. She is now back in Wilmington, and bringing her love of flavor and food to the Cam Café and its wonderfully creative menu. Open only for lunch, patrons will find a delightful selection of soups and salads, sandwiches, and “Mains,” which utilize locally sourced ingredients and boasts both classic and more inspired items. New visitors who are feeling creative will want to try the Bánh Mì of the Day, with pickled veggies, herbs, and jalapeño mayo on a baguette, the Vegetarian street tacos, or the “Everything but the Kitchen Sink,” which features a host of fruits and veggies served with soba noodles. Borrowing flavors from all over the globe to create appropriately colorful dishes, Cam Café will be any artist’s favorite destination for an engaging and unique lunch.

  • Monday11:00am-3:00pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-3:00pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-3:00pm
  • Thursday11:00am-3:00pm
  • Friday11:00am-3:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-3:00pm
  • Sunday11:00am-3:00pm
Wilmington, NC Boating Guide

Wilmington, NC Boating Guide

Wilmington originated as a port city, and its reputation as a haven for vessels of all sizes has lasted throughout the generations, making it one of the most popular boating destinations in southeastern North Carolina. From unique cruises of the downtown area to extended treks along the Intracoastal Waterway, the sheer range of boating adventures will entice any mariner to drop anchor in this distinctive town. Spend a day exploring the local waterways, or sign up for an area cruise, and discover why Wilmington life is at its finest on the water.

Wrightsville Beach History

Wrightsville Beach History

Wrightsville Beach is a family destination without the carnival atmosphere and maintains over 3000 permanent residents. That number swells to over 30,000 in the tourist season.