Take a stroll along the Downtown Wilmington waterfront, and along a historic section of South Water Street, you’ll find the eclectic and delicious Kabob and Grill. Specializing in refined Indian cuisine, and boasting an utterly chic setting and atmosphere, this little eatery will be a favorite destination for downtown visitors who crave creative flavors.

The interior of the Kabob and Grill is fun and slightly rustic, with beamed wood ceilings and delicate hanging lights. (Seasonal outdoor seating is available as well, which offers a nice peek of the adjacent water.) The menu is just as refined and unique as the setting, with a long list of traditional Indian appetizers, breads, soups, and entrees, which are all served with a touch of refined and colorful flair. Vegetarians will especially love the varied collection, and will want to dive into the staples like the Chana masala (chickpeas with a tomato-onion gravy) or the Palak Paneer (fresh spinach and homemade cheese.) Meat lovers have not been forgotten, of course, and can satisfy a big appetite via one of Kabob and Grill’s signature chicken, lamb, seafood, and even goat entrees. With an inspired accompanying bar menu and plenty of charisma, Kabob and Grill is a choice destination for an elevated Indian dining experience. 

  • Monday11:00am-10:00pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-10:00pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-10:00pm
  • Thursday11:00am-10:00pm
  • Friday11:00am-10:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-10:00pm
  • Sunday11:00am-10:00pm
Poplar Grove Plantation

Poplar Grove Plantation

Wilmington visitors can enjoy a visit to one of the oldest peanut plantations in the country with an easy drive to the Poplar Grove Plantation. Located just north of the center of Wilmington along US Highway 17, this semi-remote site is a picturesque and perfectly maintained example of antebellum architecture at its most charming.

Battleship USS North Carolina

Battleship USS North Carolina

The USS Battleship North Carolina is an unmistakable site in Downtown Wilmington. Taking up a large portion of the waterfront docks, this historic World War II moveable landmark is a must-see for Cape Fear vacationers.