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Decided You Want to Go Out for Thanksgiving? These Topsail Island Restaurants Are Open for Your Convenience

by Donna Byrd


With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I’m sure most of you are making plans for that one, special meal that usually is remembered throughout the year. I know I am! My husband, Bill and I plan to make the long trip out to Nashville, Tennessee and spend our Thanksgiving holiday with our six children, their spouses, our two grandchildren and a host of everyone’s friends and family members. Obviously, our Thanksgiving meal has turned into quite the event and yesterday, we decided that we needed to rent a tent to house our big party. Lord have mercy!IMG_2667

I realize that many of you have traveled a great distance to come to our fair coast and spend your Thanksgiving holiday with your family, enjoying a beach house with sweeping views of the ocean or sound. There’s nothing like coming together as a family at the beach! “Real” life is put on hold and for a brief, few days, your focus becomes centered on those you love the most as you’re surrounded by the glories of the sea!

For those of us who get to live in this Topsail Island/Sneads Ferry/Surf City paradise year round, we realize that we indeed, do live in a sanctuary of beauty and peace. The magic of all things “coastal” surrounds us all the time and for that we are most grateful!

Just in case there are those of you that would rather spend your special day enjoying family and friends and NOT be slaving away in the kitchen, I have done a bit of homework and found a few restaurants in the area that are open on Thanksgiving Day. These fine dining establishments will be working extra hard  to make your Thanksgiving experience pleasurable and memorable.  If you know of a restaurant I have overlooked, please make a comment about it at the bottom of the blog.

No matter how you plan to spend your day, please have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Madison’s Prime Rib, Steak and Seafood

105 Sugar Lane, Sneads Ferry, NC  28460


Nathan and Cari Taylor have been the proprietors of this Sneads Ferry favorite for almost six years. They are inviting you to join them this Thanksgiving for their mouth watering buffet! Let them do all the cooking so you don’t have to! The menu is roasted turkey, stuffing, blackened steak, shrimp, flounder, fried and baked chicken and a host of vegetable sides to complete the perfect meal. IMG_2661There’s a fresh salad bar that stretches a mile and a dessert bar too! Since it’s a buffet, it’s all you can eat. There’s plenty of room for your family to spread out and enjoy so let the good folks at Madison’s serve you this Thanksgiving!

Madison’s will open at 11:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m.

Adult buffet is $11.99 and children age 10 and under, $5.99.



Gallagher’s Sport Bar and Grill

614 N. New River Drive, Surf City NC 28445


Known for its great burgers, friendly staff and local seafood, this Thanksgiving, Gallagher’s is “going off the menu” to bring your family that special meal one thinks of when thinking “tradition.” The special menu is served family style and includes your choice of ham or roasted turkey, herbed stuffing, sweet potato souffle or mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, fresh cranberry relish, fresh baked cornbread and pumpkin or apple pie. Sounds delicious!The bar will be open and the football games you love will all be playing on their TV screens! Sounds very homey and casual!  Get out of the kitchen and let Gallagher’s do your cooking!

Gallagher’s opens at 11:30 a.m. and closes at 9:30 p.m.

The special Thanksgiving dinner is $14.99 for adults and $6.99 for children. Reservations are accepted for parties of 12 or more.




2020 Highway 172, Sneads Ferry, NC 28460


IMG_2691Everybody, of course has heard of Denny’s. This chain restaurant is known all over the nation for its American comfort food. It’s open twenty-four hours a day and Thanksgiving will be no exception! As a matter of fact, they have already been serving their Thanksgiving menu for much of the fall season. If you want to visit them on Thanksgiving Day, you can have their Autumn breakfasts: Pumpkin-Pecan pancakes or an apple-smoked, gouda sausage skillet meal. The Thanksgiving traditional meal is turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce and your choice of two sides. Good old Denny’s! It never disappoints!



Blackbeard’s Waterfront Bar and Restaurant

316 Fulcher Landing Road, Sneads Ferry, NC  28460


IMG_2679For those families who often eat two Thanksgiving meals the week of Thanksgiving because they are juggling two families or different groups of friends, let me recommend the “All you can eat Thanksgiving Buffet” at Blackbeard’s Cafe on Tuesday evening, November 24 at 7:00 p.m. Let one of your dinners be hosted there! The menu is, roasted turkey and stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, yams, collards, rolls, pumpkin and pecan pie. Sounds like a feast to me!

Tickets are on sale for $17.99. If you buy your early, you’re entered into a raffle for a free turkey! Get your tickets at the restaurant!

Even a Rainy Day on Topsail Island is Magical

by Donna Byrd


I love Wednesdays because that’s my husband’s day off. Usually, in the warmer months, Bill golfs for half of the day at one our beautiful, local golf courses and then spends the rest of his day with me, maintaining the yard, fixing things around the house, visiting places we haven’t been before, walking the beach or (my favorite) shopping.

This past Wednesday, we awakened to a rainy, gray day.  It was obvious that golf was not in the forecast and neither was working in the yard. What could we do on a warm, rainy Wednesday to make it feel special? We took a ride down the beach road and searched for a cozy lunch at a place we’d never been before.

I’ve always loved a rainy day at the beach and when I was growing up and we’d go to the beach on vacation, the week would usually have at least one rainy day. That was the day we doctored our sunburns, read books and magazines, ate at one of our favorite seafood restaurants from the cheaper lunch menu and then explored the local shopping scene.

This Wednesday with Bill felt like one of those days. As soon as the car left the high bridge and began making its way down the beach road, it began to rain in earnest. The windshield wipers were having trouble keeping up with the big drops, but I didn’t care. I loved the sound of the rain hitting the glass and the rhythm of the wipers slapping against the sheet of water. It seemed as if we were in our own world on that deserted beach road, safe and dry while all nature outside was fending for itself in the pouring rain. I know it makes me seem like an odd sort of person, but that feeling makes me feel satisfied and content.


We decided to go to “Daddy Macs” for lunch.  It’s in a wonderful location; right on the ocean looking out over the Surf City Ocean Pier, Topsail Island’s first pier, built in 1948.   I was hoping to get a few good pictures of the pier from the restaurant’s back porch/deck.

The restaurant was casually beautiful! The dining area was surrounded by windows that gave majestic views of ocean waves tipped in foamy white, gray sky, seagulls and nautical birds trying to fly with the wind currents. We saw rain darkened, faded gray planks that made up the pier next door and the fishermen on it, covered in yellow, red and blue rain slickers.

IMG_2444 Although it was gray and misty, it was one of the most beautiful scenes I had witnessed at the beach. There was even a huge, bright, American flag that proudly flew from the pier, brightening up the dreary landscape.  I stepped outside in the rain to take some pictures.

We were seated in a booth by the windows. I had fried flounder, fries and slaw while Bill had one of Daddy Mac’s classic hamburgers. We took our time at the cozy table and watched the ocean swells through the rain splashing down the windows. The staff had some great music playing on a Pandora station. Our food was delicious and so was that “rainy day at the beach” lazy feeling. Ahhh…did I tell you I love the beach in the rain?

We couldn’t sit at the lunch table all afternoon and eventually we paid our bill and left. We met a sweet couple with a few kids outside on the front porch.  They were from Burnsville, North Carolina in Yancey County.  That little town is far away from here, right by the Tennessee border. They love to come to Topsail Beach in October when things aren’t quite as busy. Even they didn’t mind the rain.

We said our goodbyes and ran to our cars, sorry for our Daddy Mac experience to end. I wished the nice couple lived near Topsail. I knew if they did, we might become good friends.

We rode over the swing bridge, leaving the island to go home by way of Highway 17. Stopping at the new Dunkin Donuts on the mainland side, we got a coffee to share and began to make our way back to “The Ferry.” We took a few detours and discovered some roads we had not yet travelled. On a whim, we took a “dead end” that surprised us with its quaint homes and pretty twists and turns. The trees along the road were in full fall color and were swirling in the air with the rain. There was a little white chapel with a steeple and suddenly, the road ended. We could have driven straight off into the Intracoastal Waterway!

Stopping the car, we sat there drinking our coffee,  in our own little dry world, while the rain fell from the gray sky and we watched the dark gray water lap at the grassy shore. Even a rainy day at the beach is magical.  See you soon?

Sisters Organic Market – Surf City, NC

by Donna ByrdIMG_20150805_151649

Move over all of you organic markets in Surf City!  There’s a new kid on the block! Wait…there are no other organic markets in Surf City, Sneads Ferry, North Topsail Beach or down south on the island in Topsail Beach. Finally, we have our own  “back to nature”, organic market. Yes, that’s right, folks.  We no longer have to drive all the way to Wilmington or Jacksonville to buy our organic products. Sisters Organic Market, at 330 N. New River Drive is nowIMG_20150805_145110319 open for business.

I happened to be driving down the beach road heading toward Surf City one day last spring when I first noticed the new business as I was coming into town. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I noticed it was an organic market.  Our area has been in need of this type of market for years.  How fortunate we are to a finally have a place that supports clean eating and a healthier lifestyle!

My husband Bill and I stopped by Sisters Organic Market a few days ago.  We parked our car in front of the spiffy, yellow and green building and just sat there a few moments, taking in the cheerful, sunny patio.  There was a picnic table with benches with a happy, yellow umbrella over it offering shade.  A few potted plants and hanging baskets added to the charm.  Yet the thing that grabbed our attention were four or five large, painted rain barrels sitting around the front and edges of the building.  They were amazing and seemed to have been painted by a local artist. Of course, I wanted one!IMG_1963

We went inside and met Tina and Elly.  They were behind the counter and were very friendly and knowledgeable about everything in the store.  We asked if they were the “sisters” in the name of the store.  “Oh, no.” said Tina.  “We’re not the sisters but one of them is usually here at night.  The sisters are Michelle Wheeler and Cindy Holcomb.”

Since I didn’t get to meet the sisters, I did a quick “Google” research on “Sisters Organic Market” and found out that when Michelle’s mother-in-law became ill,  she began searching for healthy food alternatives that could help heal and nourish her. The other sister, Cindy was a  health care provider for the elderly and she too, needed better natural food sources to help those for whom she cared. In their search, the sisters realized that eating locally grown, organic foods and meats without preservatives and additives that were unnatural and chemically altered, was good for them too! They began to search for markets that carried these organic products but found that they were miles away from their homes or in large supermarkets that offered limited supplies, oftentimes scattered throughout the stores.IMG_20150805_151042686

Finally, deciding to use an empty building Michelle and her husband owned in Surf City, Michelle and Cindy decided to go for it opened Sisters Organic Market in January, satisfying their need for natural, whole foods and our community’s also!

Looking around the store, I noticed that it was rustic but had that “urban” atmosphere that one would want to experience when stepping into a health foods store. It was compact, yet offered a total grocery shopping experience, ranging from baby products, organic dog food, meats, fruits, produce, coffee and more. It was a true grocery boutique!

After offering me a cup of complimentary cup of coffee (available to all customers,)  I asked Elly to show me around a bit and tell me about the store’s wonderful products.

We started with the large selection of coffee beans, roasted locally in Hampstead at Quality Coffee.  IMG_20150805_145231820The beans were fresh and smelled wonderful.  There was a big, red coffee grinder nearby where you could grind up a pound or more to your liking. I wish I could have had the time to take my cup out and enjoy it out on the patio under the big umbrella but it’s nice to shop with a cup of coffee in your hands.  It feels homey!

Next to the coffee was a great selection of baby products made by the “Honest Company.”  My daughter uses these products and swears by them but she orders hers on line.   IMG_20150805_151020457It made me glad to know that there was a local place we could buy them. Now I can stock up on them when she and the baby visit us.


I was surprised to see organic pet products because so many of the residents on the island and nearby mainland have dogs and cats.  IMG_20150805_145505227Bill and I are getting a Maltese puppy next week and now I know where I’ll be buying his food!  Only the best for our little buddy.

Local skin care products by Bella Lynn Naturals ( was also displayed near the counter.  These products contain no parabens, mineral or petroleum oils and are made in Holly Ridge. There were also many vitamins and supplements that I myself have driven miles out of town to buy. IMG_1960 Elly said that they also will order any product they don’t have on their shelves and will find it for you if you request it. That’s a wonderful perk that oftentimes only a boutique grocery can offer!

The other half of the store contained shelves of healthy snacks, organic canned foods, honey, nut butters, jams and jellies, plus many alternative cleaning and hygiene products.

IMG_1945I was very impressed with the meat selections.  Elly said that they visit the local farms before they purchase meats from them to ensure that the animals are happy, loved, grass fed, free range and are given no non-gmo products to eat.   The farms they buy from are from La Grange, Burgaw and Porter’s Neck.  They carry beef, chicken, rabbit and lamb.

Elly also showed me individual meals made from “Clean Eatz” in Wilmington, N.C. These meals are made by a chef to give you a perfectly healthy, correctly portioned, balanced meal.  They are made for people who are busy and don’t have time to think about shopping and cooking but still want to eat well.   Each week they have a selection of meals delivered to the store for the freezer or refrigerator.   They are reasonably priced and delicious.  Elly loves them!IMG_1949

I also noticed nice deli meats and cheeses in the coolers, along with organic fruit juices.  There was a good selection of grains and flours.  Against the far wall were beautiful, locally grown fruits and vegetables.  This time of year the selection was especially full and colorful!

Sisters Organic Market is open year round. Do yourself a favor and stop by 330 New River Drive, Surf City. They are open everyday from 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. If you’d like more information, check out their Facebook page at  Their phone number is 910-541-2223.

Visiting the Topsail Area this Holiday Season?

If you are Spending the Holidays on Topsail Island this year or visiting the area…

Don’t miss out on these Good Tidings!

By Amy Baker


Spending Christmas on Topsail Island?

Topsail Island and the surrounding communities are all abuzz as the holidays are fast approaching! If you’re planning to be here for the Holidays, check out what’s happening on and around Topsail Island. If you haven’t made plans yet, we do have some great Christmas specials.

Pic of SC Christmas Tree

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Surf City NC Restaurants – Surf City BBQ One OF The Best

Surf CIty RestaurantsNothing on earth competes with good barbecue for bringing family and friends together. Whether you’re looking for a great dine-in facility or for excellent barbecue and fixins, as we say here in eastern North Carolina,  to take back to a condo or beach house, you’re going to love Surf City BBQ located in Surf City in the center of Topsail Island, NC.

If you’re looking for a white tablecloth, coat and tie and fork over your wallet dining experience, this isn’t the restaurant for you but if you are looking for fantastic, down home, east North Carolina barbecue and fried chicken served in laid back and relaxed atmosphere at a good price, then Surf City BBQ is where you want to be.

All the barbecue is slow roasted and topped with some of the finest vinegar based sauce North Carolina has to offer. And Surf City BBQ Menudon’t worry… if you’re not in the mood for barbecue, you can also enjoy truly outstanding fried chicken and all the side dishes you’d expect to find here on the Atlantic Coast of NC.

Surf City BBQ is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday. Operating hours are from 11:00 am until 8:30 pm. Seating is first come, first serve and beach casual dress is perfectly acceptable. The restaurant has a family-friendly atmosphere that’s ideal for bringing the little ones along as well as all those who are still young at heart.

In addition to outstanding table service indoors, there is outdoor seating available. Carry out service is also available for people who prefer to take their food home and catering is available for large groups, corporate events, and even bridal parties.

969470_164903553678175_547962478_nSurf City BBQ is one of those restaurants where you should never leave hungry. The menu is extensive, the food is outstanding, and the prices are family friendly too. Don’t forget the southern hospitality that’s sprinkled on top for added flavor. In fact, it’s difficult to find something not to like about Surf City BBQ.

The next time you’re on Topsail Island, make sure you take the time to give Surf City BBQ a try. We’re sure you’re going to love it as much as the locals do.
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Surf City NC Restaurants – Topsail Island Crab Pot

Surf City NC RestaurantsTopsail Island Crab Pot for the Freshest Seafood on the Coast

When you’re in the mood for some of the freshest seafood anywhere in Topsail Island, you need to head out to the Causeway in Surf City, where you’ll find the Topsail Island Crab Pot.

Proudly serving the best local seafood available, as well as their famous Frogmore Stew, the Topsail Island Crab Pot is the ideal restaurant for the whole family to enjoy.

Traditional Seafood Soup & Chowder

Before you get into your seafood meal, start out with a traditional clam chowder or jambalaya.


Even the delicious sandwiches available from the Topsail Island Crab Pot feature only the freshest seafood. You can order a shrimp burger or scallop burger, or take advantage of the best soft shell crab you’ll find anywhere on the Carolina coast.

Of course, you’ll also find ribeye steak or chicken sandwiches available, as well as a vegetarian option to ensure everyone has plenty of options from the sea and land to choose from.

Topsail’s Freshest Crab & Seafood

Go ahead and order fresh crab or crawdads straight from the steamer to be brought to your table. You can choose from snow crab legs or King crab legs, or order Dungeness crab. If you want more variety in your seafood feast, why not order a couple of whole lobsters along with some clams, oysters and shrimp to be brought to the table as well?

You also have the option of ordering a seafood dinner created from your favorite fish or seafood and combined with your choice of sides.

There’s also a generous kid’s menu available, with hot dogs, chicken nuggets, fried mac and cheese or fried shrimp and fries. What’s not to like even the kids will be thrilled with the menu here.

Just to make sure everyone has a great meal to remember at the Topsail Island Crab Pot, there’s also karaoke available for those who love to sing along to their favorite tunes or you can dance the night away to some of the region’s best live music or just kick back and relax to the beats spun by Captain Sax. Great food, live entertainment and more all at The Topsail Island Crab Pot.

You can learn more about The Topsail Island Crab Pot by CLICKING HERE or Find Them On FaceBook. You can even view their LIVE CAM to see what is going on in real time.

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Surf City NC Restaurants – Sears Landing

searslandingSears Landing – Delicious Seafood in a Relaxed Atmosphere

Located next to the Surf City Swing Bridge in Surf City, North Carolina, Sears Landing Grill and Boat Docks is the place to go for fresh seafood. Being on the water, patrons can’t get their food any fresher than what they get when they dine here. The casual atmosphere is inviting and the views are amazing. But once you are here, it’s the food that will keep you coming back.

The Grill

searslanding2Sears Landing has a wonderful mixture of fresh seafood, tender steaks, and crisp salads. There is something for everyone. Some of the dishes guests can choose from include golden fried calamari, fried scallops and oysters, grilled mahi sandwich, grilled flounder sandwich, a slow roasted pork loin on a bed of mashed potatoes with grilled asparagus and Texas toast, West Indies Seafood Rolls, and fresh spinach salad with pan seared garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, herbs, and feta cheesed all sitting on top of a grilled grit cake. All of these dishes can be enjoyed while watching the ocean, boats coming in and out of the docks, and the most breathtaking sunsets.

Live Entertainment

Sears Landing features live entertainment in the summer months. Call ahead to see if someone is playing during your visit. Below is a cool video of Tom Rhodes playing at Sears landing. Enjoy!

The Docks

More than just delicious food and incredible scenery, Sears Landing is a great place to dock your boat. They have overnight, weekly, and monthly boat slips available. They also have onsite amenities for boaters, include showers, shore power hook up, and wireless internet. Our staff is here to help make your stay great.

Whether you are here for the great food, the fantastic views, or because it’s the best place to dock your boat, Sears Landing will exceed your expectations. The staff is very attentive and always smiling, ready to help you in every way possible. It is like one big family. If you are visiting the Surf City area, you have to come to Sears Landing.

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Enjoy Authentic Mexican Cusine At Camino Real In Surf City, NC

Camino Real Mexican Restaurant Surf City NCEnjoy Real Authentic Mexican Cuisine at Camino Real

While authentic Mexican food may not be the first thing that comes to mind as you plan your trip to Surf City, NC, once you’ve tasted the, oh so tempting flavors of Camino Real Mexican Restaurant, it will definitely be on your mind if you ever return.

The Food

From start to finish this menu is stacked with all the right foods to get your serious Mexican flavor fix. Grilled items are prepared over an open wood-fire grill for a truly authentic Mexican flavor. Appetizers include several different nachos offerings along with chorizo queso, guacamole dip, pico de gallo (served with slices of avocado), and chicken, steak, or cheese quesadillas. Specialty dishes include popular choices such as carne azada, carmines locos, arroz con pollo, fajitas, shrimp burritos, and chimichangas. A lunch menu is available Monday through Saturday that sports smaller portion sizes along with smaller price tags for Topsail Island and Surf City vacationers on tighter budgets.

The Drinks

The one rule, when it comes to vacations is that it’s always five o’clock somewhere. Popular drinks you might want to sample during your visit to Camino Real include the Corona margarita, Cancun parot bay, mango passion, and blue sea. They also have an impressive selection of draft and bottled beer including several imports such as: Negra Modelo, Modelo Especial, Corona, Corona Light, Sol, Dos Equis Lager and Amber, Tecate (can), and Carta Blanca.

The Desserts

Rumor has it that the flan alone is worth the trip. It’s a flan unlike any you’ll have elsewhere. However, that’s not the only dessert deliciousness going on at Real Camino. Make sure you save room for the chimicheesecake, fried ice cream, or friasco (in all its caramel goodness) too.

Camino Real offers daily drink and dinner specials too so be sure to check things out ahead of time. You can download and check out their entire menu here: to see which daily specials interest you most. This is one Mexican restaurant you don’t want to miss out on.

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Surf City NC Restaurants

Surf City NC Restaurants
If you’re staying anywhere near Surf City, NC, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing restaurants. There is such an amazing, diverse selection of restaurants, bar & grills, delis and eateries that the trouble is finding time to try them all out. Add to this the abundance of locally caught fresh seafood and it’s easy to see why Surf City is such a popular place for great restaurants. Topsail Island and the surrounding regions are well known for their delicious local shrimp, crabs, scallops, oysters, mullet, flounder and sea bass. The easy availability of such stunning seafood means that almost every restaurant in town highlights their own seafood specialties at every opportunity.
Of course, you’ll also find plenty of other cuisine styles to choose from in Surf City, so no matter what your tastes are you’ll find something to suit.

Surf City Seafood Restaurants
With so much local seafood available, you’re obviously going to find plenty of seafood restaurants around Surf City. There’s plenty of choice, so the key is to find an establishment that offers the right atmosphere to suit what you’re after. For example, Crabby Mike’s is wonderfully relaxed and has a bright, cheery beach-themed atmosphere. The menu is a delight, featuring some stunning seafood dishes, as well as burgers and plenty of seasonal specials to choose from. If you prefer to eat outdoors to enjoy the stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean, then Daddy Mac’s Beach Grille might be more to your taste. Enjoy fresh seafood from your table on the oceanfront deck, or order any of the delectable pasta, ribs or steak dishes available. Your preference might be for a cozier, more upmarket atmosphere to enjoy a romantic evening for two. In this case, the Mainsail Restaurant might be a better option for you. Specializing in stunning seafood dishes, you’ll also find mouth-watering steak dishes available here too.

American Cuisine
If you’re in Surf City and you’re seeking some traditional American Cuisine, you also have plenty of options available. The number of restaurants serving scrumptious wings, ribs and burgers is astonishing, so you really can take your pick. A great example of this is the Quartermasters Restaurant & Tavern. This establishment has a lovely relaxed atmosphere and some incredible American cuisine available. Char-grilled fish, chicken, pork or steak is available, along with some seriously amazing hot wings.

Cajun Cuisine
If you really want to enjoy a Cajun twist to traditional beach cuisine, you’ll find it’s available in Surf City. For example, Beauchaines 211 gives you a menu that features a stunning fusion of Cajun and traditional cuisine in a relaxed dining room atmosphere.

Family-Friendly Restaurants
Even when you’re in Surf City, there are still lots of family-friendly options available that have great menus and an atmosphere the kids will love.
A fine example is the Island Delights restaurant. This 50s-themed restaurant takes you back to the good old days, with an ‘Olde Soda Shop’ feel to it. Enjoy their burgers and fries along with an old-fashioned milkshake and ice cream.

International Cuisine
Surf City features some great restaurants for those who enjoy international cuisine. Whether your preference is for Asian-style food, Italian, Greek or even Thai, you’ll find it in Surf City. A great example is the Lotus Thai Grille, offering a delectable selection of mouth-watering authentic Thai dishes.

Whether you live here on Topsail Island or you’re enjoying a relaxing family vacation, you’ll never be at a loss for great food.

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