Visitors and locals who are running errands or enjoying a leisurely day of shopping along Oleander Drive can satisfy a big Greek appetite with a visit to Olympia Restaurant. Tucked away in a small shopping center off of Hilton Ave, this little restaurant serves up a host of Mediterranean cuisine, (and even a few Italian specialties), to hungry patrons with global tastes.

Olympia Restaurant has hefty lunch and dinner menus, and both are overflowing with a big selection of Greek delicacies and much more. Lunchtime patrons can stuff themselves on a number of pitas served with French fries, big Greek platters served with pita bread, lighter salads, and even a number of pizza and pasta selections. Dinnertime patrons will enjoy the same array of fare, as well as a host of entrees that range from Moussaka and broiled lamb chops, to crab cakes and seafood-based platters. For something different, check out the Specialties or Luncheon Suggestions, which includes a choice array of seafood, pasta, and traditional Greek dishes. A little different, but surprisingly capturing the coastal flavors and seafood of the Cape Fear region, Olympia Restaurant is a laid-back and tasty destination for Oleander Drive patrons who are in the mood for something unique.

Hours
  • Monday11:30am-10:00pm
  • Tuesday11:30am-10:00pm
  • Wednesday11:30am-10:00pm
  • Thursday11:30am-10:00pm
  • Friday11:30am-10:00pm
  • Saturday11:30am-10:00pm
  • Sunday11:30am-10:00pm
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Rainy Day Activities in Wilmington NC

Rainy Day Activities in Wilmington NC

Rain or shine, there’s always plenty of fun to be found in Wilmington. Home to a wealth of museums, cultural attractions, shops, restaurants, and so much more, visitors of all interests and ages will have no problem at all finding something to do, regardless of the weather.

Freeman Park

Freeman Park

The northernmost coastal region of Carolina Beach is home to the Freeman Park Recreation Area, a stretch of shoreline that is well known to adventurous, beach-loving 4WD truck owners. Unlike other stretches of the barrier islands off the coast of Wilmington, this park is special because it is completely undeveloped, and allows beach driving to off-roaders who like to cruise along the sand.