Favorite Al Fresco Dining Spots in the Port City

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Private dining huts at Indochine (photo courtesy of Indochine, via Facebook)

Slide into a seat in a private hut, little dining house, or colorful courtyard table and feel like you’ve left Wilmington for an exotic meal. Indochine’s back courtyard is a tempting maze of rooms, decks, replete with bamboo shades, lanterns and a beautiful palate of Asian colors. And the food. Indochine has long been a favorite of Port City locals for Thai, Chinese, and Asian-fusion, and for good reason. The drinks have paper umbrellas in them, too, for the win.

Where: Indochine, Market Street at Forest Hills

One Comment

  • Penny

    I love this list, nice variety of venues. Thanks Anne.

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