Visitors who are exploring the shops off of College Road, Market Street, and Eastwood Road can cap off a long day with a true Hibachi experience with a visit to Hiro Japanese Steak House. Offering the full “show,” with complete Hibachi meals prepared by talented chefs, as well as a long list of sushi rolls, appetizers, and other delicacies, this central steak house and sushi bar will appease any Japanese cuisine lover.

Patrons who want the full experience will want to sit at the custom Hibachi tables and order from the Hibachi dinner entrees and combination entrees, which include main proteins like filet mignon, tuna, lobster, shrimp, and scallops, and which are served as a full multi-course meal with house salad, clear soup, shrimp flambé, zucchini & onion, yakisoba noodles, and fried rice. Patrons who have a lighter appetite, or want a quicker midday visit, will want to peruse the extensive sushi menu, which boasts all the classic rolls as well as some more unusual additions, or check out the long appetizer list, which has enough items to double as a small but distinctive meal. With lots to choose from, and all the staples of Hibachi cuisine, Hiro Japanese Steak House is a centrally located destination for a tempting dinner and a show.

  • Monday4:00pm-10:00pm
  • Tuesday4:00pm-10:00pm
  • Wednesday4:00pm-10:00pm
  • Thursday4:00pm-10:00pm
  • Friday11:30am-10:30pm
  • Saturday11:30am-10:30pm
  • Sunday11:30am-10:30pm
Wrightsville Beach Park

Wrightsville Beach Park

The sunny Wrightsville Beach Park, conveniently located in the heart of town, is a fantastic destination for an outdoor adventure that doesn't necessarily entail a trip to the beach. Adjacent to the Wrightsville Beach Parks & Recreation's main facilities, the Wrightsville Beach Arboretum, and plenty of wide open green spaces, this park is a perfect spot for enjoying a little free fun in the sun, without the risk of getting sand in the shoes.

Airlie Gardens

Airlie Gardens

Arlie Gardens is home to a stunning collection of natural gardens and eye-catching artworks which continually impresses visitors to the Wilmington area. Established in 1901, and originally used as a private garden for the wealthy Pembroke family, the garden has since been transformed into a public attraction that’s dotted with thousands of camellias, magnolias, wisteria, azaleas, and other southern blooms that thrive in the warm coastal climate. The azaleas are arguably the star of the show, as there are more than 100,000 red, white, and magenta hued-azaleas to admire.