College kids and visitors who are cruising along Oleander Drive will find an easy lunch and early dinner spot in the form of Tazy’s Burgers & Grill. This casual eatery features sunny outdoor seating that’s bordered by blooms in the summertime, as well as a modern diner interior, which makes it a bright and cheerful destination to chow down on burgers, sandwiches, and other laid-back fare.

The menu’s highlights include an enticing list of “From the Barby” selections, which are all served on a sesame French roll with an Aussie blend of spices and a choice of side. Popular items in this section include The Boomer, a grilled pork tenderloin with onions and mushrooms, the Jackaroo, a grilled Portobello mushroom cap with onions, and the distinctive Tazy’s Aussie Angus Burger, a filling 8 oz. genuine angus burger. There’s also a handful of sandwiches, like the fried flounder sandwich, the baked meatloaf sandwich, and the Grommet Grilled Cheese, as well as a sampling of fresh salads. Hungry patrons can also top off a meal with a slice of Toll House Cookie pie or a helping of bread pudding, and truly enjoy a hearty lunch from start to finish that reaches all the casual café high notes.

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  • Monday11:00am-8:00pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-8:00pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-8:00pm
  • Thursday11:00am-8:00pm
  • Friday11:00am-8:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-8:00pm
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Scenic Spots in Wilmington, NC

Scenic Spots in Wilmington, NC

From antebellum mansions that steal the scene, to stunning waterfront vistas that can be admired from the downtown streets, Wilmington is a city that is brimming with beauty in every direction. On your next Wilmington vacation, pack along your camera, and be sure and plan an outing to these iconic landmarks, parks, and attractions where the views are breathtaking, and the local landscape is simply unforgettable.

Cape Fear Museum

Cape Fear Museum

The Cape Fear Museum, (shorthand for the Cape Fear Museum of History and Science), has been educating and entertaining visitors for well over 100 years. Founded in 1898, the museum is the oldest operating museum in North Carolina, and welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Distinguished for its modern structure and Market Street location in the middle of Downtown Wilmington, the museum has a wealth of information on the history, wildlife and culture of the 50-square mile Cape Fear region. More than 50 thousand exhibits can be found within its brick and concrete walls, and patrons of all ages will surely find an exhibit or two that is engrossing, educational, and sheds new light on this essential coastal Carolina region.