The coastal area that includes Myrtle Beach, Cape Fear, and Wilmington has a lot to offer foodies and adventurers. If you’re interested in trying something new, you’re in luck. Here are some of the newest dining destinations in the area.
If you are a Port City local, you have certainly been asked to recommend a food item that is quintessentially “Southern,” with a heavy emphasis on North Carolina. So what do Wilmington foodies put on their list of favorite North Carolina foods?
With menu offerings usually in the range of $7 to 13 and a huge hip-factor, you will find Wilmington NC food trucks high on Port City Foodie’s list of dining options. And lunch options. Even some late night options. These rolling restaurants have truncated, but thoughtfully composed, menus. What these on-the-go chefs serve, they do well. Food trucks offer a quick meal that works with your happy hour brew or late night glass of wine, and equally well for a quick work-day lunch break.