With solid prices, great grub, and a convenient location for Porters Neck locals and visitors, Two Guys Grille allows casual food fans to chow down on a hearty and slightly elevated menu without breaking the bank.

The overall atmosphere of both the menu and the restaurant itself is casual, with a heavy focus on fresh appetizers, salads, sandwiches, old-fashioned burgers, and regionally famous Phillies. Hungry diners can start with a big order of wings, buffalo shrimp, Jalapeño poppers or loaded fries, or can sample one of the lighter and unique salads, like the Gala Apple chicken salad or the Cajun shrimp salad with butter garlic croutons. The sandwich / main menu is almost overwhelming, and includes classics like a grilled salmon sandwich, a Ruben, and an old fashioned patty melt, as well as coastally inspired creations like the blackened Mahi sandwich, the ultimate flounder filet, or the Low Country grilled cheese with pimento cheese, bacon, and tomato on toasted sourdough bread. The Phillies are also worth a look, and include the classic Cheese Steak as well as a chicken Philly and a vegetarian black bean Philly to appeal to all appetites. With lots of options and plenty of southern flavor and style, Two Guys Grille can satisfy any easy-going Porters Neck appetite.

  • Monday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Thursday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Friday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Sunday11:00am-9:00pm
Wilmington Museums

Wilmington Museums

With its collegiate prestige and unique roots that extend from the Antebellum era to modern day Hollywood, it should come as no surprise that the museums that are found in and around Wilmington are as diverse as the vibrant cityscape itself. Expand your knowledge on everything from military history to scaly and scary reptiles by paying a visit to these acclaimed museums that call the Wilmington region home.

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.