Fibber McGees Irish Restaurant & Pub is a sweet little pub and restaurant that’s found on a picturesque business-lined street on the outskirts of Landfall, and which is close to a handful of golf courses. Boasting classic pub grub, a friendly atmosphere, and plenty of elbow room at the bar for post-golf get-togethers or Sunday afternoon games, this little pub will be a favorite destination for local residents and regular Wilmington visitors alike.

Patrons can settle into a bar stool along the long wooden bar, find a nearby table, or relax at one of the seasonal outdoor tables to enjoy a round of drinks or a full pub-style meal. The menu is lengthy and fairly diverse, with a mixture of both American and Irish bar staples, that’s side by side with coastal Carolina favorites. Patrons can dive into a big appetizer, like the grouper bites, hot brie platter, or shrimp and crab dip, or can sooth a bigger appetite with a nice wrap or sandwich, or one of the dinner-sized entrees like the Classic Shepard’s Pie, the Fish and Chips, or the grilled Fish of the Day. A little decadent, but always maintaining a laid-back atmosphere, Fibber McGees Irish Restaurant & Pub is where friends can gather to linger over a cold drink, or a big meal.

Wilmington
Hours
  • Monday4:00pm-2:00am
  • Tuesday4:00pm-2:00am
  • Wednesday4:00pm-2:00am
  • Thursday4:00pm-2:00am
  • Friday4:00pm-2:00am
  • Saturday4:00pm-2:00am
  • Sunday4:00pm-2:00am
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