Genki is a fresh Japanese and sushi joint that’s tucked away along the popular Market Street in the New Centre shopping district. Boasting colorful and flavorful dishes that can satisfy any craving for Japanese fare, this eatery is a fun destination for a light or even hearty meal after a long day of exploring the central Wilmington shopping scene.

Genki features both lunch and dinner menus, and each mealtime is just a little distinctive, but nevertheless offers a world of flavors and fare. The sushi selection is arguably the star of both menus, and there are more than two dozen varieties to choose from. Patrons can fill up on classic rolls, like octopus, shrimp, sea urchin, yellowtail and sweet shrimp rolls, or can try something different, like the unique “Sushi Pizza” – a baked roll with scallop, snapper, mayo, roe, and cheese. There’s also a vibrant array of soups and salads, a host of lunch and dinner specials, and an array of special entrees including curry dishes, Yakisoba noodle dishes, and big sushi sampler plates. Ideal for sushi fans, and able to cater to Asian food fans of all tastes, Genki brings fresh flavors and colorful presentation to a world of specialty Asian / Japanese cuisine. 

  • Monday11:30am-2:00am
  • Tuesday11:30am-2:00am
  • Wednesday11:30am-2:00am
  • Thursday11:30am-2:00am
  • Friday11:30am-2:00am
  • Saturday5:00pm-2:00am
  • Sunday5:00pm-2:00am
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.

Henrietta III

Henrietta III

It's hard to miss the Henrietta III as she cruises along Downtown Wilmingtontowards the open waters of the Cape Fear River. As the largest cruise boat in North Carolina, and the state's only true stern wheel riverboat, the Henrietta III has become a staple of the downtown scene in Wilmington, adding to its historic charm and southern flair for fun.