The North Carolina Coast Restaurants

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The North Carolina Coast - browse our top choices for Restaurants during your stay.

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  • 1. Bay Leaf

    $$ | Indian

    The wonderful smells of freshly prepared curries and tandoori chicken beckon diners to enter this lovely restaurant in the restored Kress Mall...Read More

  • 2. Ceviche's

    $$ | Latin American

    Panamanian-inspired food is the focus of this lively rum bar and restaurant about ½ mile from the beach. The eponymous ceviche—traditional Panamanian...Read More

  • 3. Clawson's 1905 Restaurant and Pub

    $$ | American

    A combination of fresh seafood, local beers, and live music make this waterfront restaurant a popular spot, especially for lunch. Housed in...Read More

  • 4. Howard's Pub

    $$ | Ocracoke Village | American

    This long-established pub is a boisterous and friendly place to eat and drink, with a quick-footed staff who aim to please. Don't miss the fresh...Read More

  • 5. Indochine

    $$ | Midtown | Asian

    This restaurant has been voted Wilmington's best Asian restaurant every year for more than a decade, and it's easy to see why. Walk through...Read More

  • 6. MJ's Raw Bar and Grille

    $$ | Seafood

    This little seafood joint right downtown serves fresh coastal food in a setting full of local charm. You'll see plenty of fried seafood on the...Read More

  • 7. Morgan's Tavern and Grill

    $$ | American

    Skylights illuminate exposed redbrick walls and weathered wooden ceiling beams at this downtown, circa-1912 building, originally a garage and...Read More

  • 8. Oceanas Bistro

    $$ | American

    Open year-round for lunch and dinner (seasonally for breakfast), this long-established and popular roadside restaurant is a great spot to get...Read More

  • 9. Sam and Omie's

    $$ | Seafood

    Named after two fishermen, father and son, this no-nonsense shack opened in 1937 and is one of the Outer Banks' oldest restaurants. Fishing...Read More

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