Chopstix is a simple Chinese food take-out joint that has a decent local following and a convenient location along Market Street. Settled in between a host of local businesses, services, and shops, Chopstix is an easy destination for visitors who need some quick food on the go, without making a lot of multiple stops.

The restaurant has a basic exterior and sign, and is found in particularly busy section of Wilmington, close to the intersection of Market Street and College Road, and is also a quick drive away from the UNCW campus. The menu is fairly basic for a Chinese food restaurant, but extensive, with options for appetizers and special dishes, soups, egg foo young, sweet and sour, lo mein, fried rice, and Mai Fin. There’s also a dozen or so chef specialties, like Mongolian Beef, chicken or pork with garlic sauce, and Seafood Delight, as well a list of budget-friendly lunch and dinner combos, which come complete with fried rice. Spicy dishes are marked, and there’s a nice array of vegetarian dishes, both in the combo category, and in the “Low Calorie” section of the menu. Easy enough to pick up and take home, Chopstix is a convenient destination for Chinese food fans.

  • Monday11:00am-10:30pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-10:30pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-10:30pm
  • Thursday11:00am-10:30pm
  • Friday11:00am-11:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-11:00pm
  • Sunday12:00pm-10:30pm
Wilmington, NC Campgrounds and RV Parks

Wilmington, NC Campgrounds and RV Parks

The camping scene in the greater Wilmington area is just as diverse and inviting as the city itself. From incredible all-inclusive campgrounds that has all the amenities of a world-class resort, to smaller and rustic destinations on the edge of a riverfront landscape, every taste can be accounted for in this expensive destination.

Masonboro Island Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Masonboro Island Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Situated on the edge of the Cape Fear Coastline in between the bustling towns of Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach, the Masonboro Island Estuarine Reserve is a unique slice of undeveloped and natural barrier island shoreline that’s an important habitat for countless coastal species. Hard to reach but wonderfully isolated, visitors who make a trip to this literal deserted island will be rewarded with great shelling, beautiful landscapes, and miles of beaches to go around.