Restaurants that closed 2021 in Wilmington, Pender and Brunswick

Restaurants that closed 2021 in Wilmington, Pender and Brunswick

Local foodies know well what effect the last two years have had on the restaurant industry. This year alone, old and new restaurants have closed in New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick counties.

As 2021 draws to a close, here’s a look at some of the restaurants we already miss.

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Restaurants that closed 2021 in Wilmington, Pender and Brunswick

Bottom:More than 30 restaurants closed in the Wilmington area since the COVID-19 pandemic began

1900 Restaurant and lounge

Since opening more than 8 years ago in Lumina Station, this restaurant has been home to popular local chefs and an important part of the Wrightsville Beach area social scene.

Plus:More Wilmington-Area Restaurants Announce Closures

A & G’s Bar-B-Que & Chicken

The owners decided to retire and close this place that served classic southern cuisine in Carolina Beach. Fortunately, the new owners have taken over the space and now Butts-N-Such is serving BBQ and more at 802 S. Lake Park Blvd. It does your heart good to see that they still serve specialties like chicken and pastries.

Batson's Galley in Surf City recently closed its doors after years of service in the area.

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Batson’s Kitchen

What’s a great beach town without a classic seafood spot? That is what this restaurant was for locals and visitors for over 17 years. A temporary closure in November 2020 led to a permanent one for this family-friendly breakfast / lunch / dinner restaurant in Surf City.

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