Ogden Tap Room is Wilmington’s newest haven for beer lovers, thanks to an extensive beer menu that includes 40 rotating beers on tap. Coupled with an inviting interior, a family-friendly atmosphere, and a full menu of great pub fare, Ogden Tap Room will be a favorite destination for beer lovers and all-around hungry vacationers alike.

As one would expect from a local tap room, the menu has a nice and hearty focus on appetizers and eats that go perfectly with an ice cold pint or two. Start with the long list of “Primers” which includes New Orleans style shrimp, local fried green tomatoes, and homemade pimento cheese, to get a quick taste of what Ogden Tap Room has to offer. There’s also soups and salads for lighter appetites, as well as wings for football games at the bar. For bigger appetites, move on the long sandwich menu, which includes southern classics like catfish or shrimp Po’boys, NC pulled pork, and New Orleans inspired goodies like the Muffuletta and the old school fried bologna. With lots of good eats and local brews to get excited about, (and ever-changing beer and grub specials), Ogden Tap Room will be a beloved spot for beer fans and everyday foodies alike.

  • Monday11:00am-12:00am
  • Tuesday11:00am-12:00am
  • Wednesday11:00am-12:00am
  • Thursday11:00am-12:00am
  • Friday11:00am-1:00am
  • Saturday11:00am-1:00am
  • Sunday12:00pm-12:00am
Wilmington, NC History

Wilmington, NC History

The history of Wilmington is one of the biggest lures for vacationers, as this popular Port City has an undeniably fascinating background that can be effortlessly explored and uncovered today. From its early roots at the dawn of the Colonial era, to its tumultuous role in the Civil War, the story of Wilmington is always engaging and as distinctive as the cityscape itself.

Cape Fear River

Cape Fear River

While Wilmington visitors will arguably enjoy the best views of the Cape Fear River, this distinctive river actually spreads out throughout most of the coastal and piedmont regions of North Carolina, originating in the town of Haywood, just north of Greensboro, NC, and flowing all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.