Jax Fifth Avenue Deli & Ale House may look like a Swiss retreat, but the downhome cuisine and friendly atmosphere is the hallmark of a southern destination. Featuring an expansive interior with plenty of bar seating and TVs to watch the big games, Jax is a popular lunch stop, hang-out, and late-night destination for Wilmington locals and vacationers alike.

The food menu is piled high with all the pub staples, starting with a big range of salty, cheesy and all around indulgent appetizers. Patrons can munch on nachos, chili cheese fries, and even a ½ rack of ribs while watching the game, or can opt for something lighter like a fresh soup or wrap. There’s also a nice selection of sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, and even flatbread pizzas, which are big enough to share, or satisfy a solo ravenous appetite. In addition, diners can opt for the famous wings, or an entrée like fish and chips or Cajun chicken pasta. The bar menu is equally extensive, with dozens of draft and bottled beers that will make any brew fan smile. Casually fun and open late, Jax is a great place to get together with friends over a round of brews and a bit to eat. 

  • Monday11:00am-2:00am
  • Tuesday11:00am-2:00am
  • Wednesday11:00am-2:00am
  • Thursday11:00am-2:00am
  • Friday11:00am-2:00am
  • Saturday11:00am-2:00am
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Top 10 Things to do in Wilmington, NC

Top 10 Things to do in Wilmington, NC

Wilmington is a city that’s brimming with activity. From a vibrant arts and theater scene to a collection of acclaimed museums, there’s no shortage of things to do in this popular port town. So brighten your vacation by ensuring that the following things to do are a part of your Wilmington agenda. With a world of entertainment, arts, history, and all-around fun waiting, it’s no wonder that Wilmington is a vacation destination that visitors return to again and again.

Wilmington Riverwalk

Wilmington Riverwalk

The Riverwalk in Downtown Wilmington is a showstopper of a stroll that is a distinctive attraction all its own. Originally conceived in the 1980s as a way to generate more interest and tourism to the Cape Fear River waterfront regions of Wilmington's historic Downtown, today the Riverwalk encompasses a full mile of scenic boardwalk, hugging the borders of the riverfront, and providing visitors with endless views and easy access to some of the Downtown's most beloved attractions.