SIGNATURE SOUP: (Cup $8/Bowl $13)
NC crab and shrimp in adobo-curry lobster broth, coconut milk, fresh cream, white wine, gojuchang, croutons
FRIED BRUSSELS SPROUTS $8
Fried Brussels sprouts, maple-sambal glaze, cilantro dust, Parmesan peppercorn dipping sauce
CAM CAESAR $5/$9
Artisanal romaine, chef’s house-made Caesar dressing, shredded Parmesan, herb crouton, shaved local radish, house-made Parmesan crisp
- grilled herbed chicken (6 oz., $6)
- grilled herbed NC shrimp (3ct., $8)
PETIT BISTRO FILET* $27
Walnut pesto fingerling potatoes, and balsamic Brussels sprouts
MAHI MAHI* $21
Grilled, lime-marinated mahi mahi, mango cucumber salsa, edamame jasmine rice
HOUSE VEGETARIAN PLATTER $16
Pesto fingerling potatoes, edamame jasmine rice, baked tofu, soy, ginger, sesame sauteed kale, coconut milk, Ras El Hanout**, and balsamic Brussels spouts
**Ras El Hanout is a Moroccan spice blend that can often be made with up to 50 spices. Our version has coriander, cayenne, cumin, chili, cinnamon, ginger, and black pepper, plus some salt. It’s a little spicy, but more savory, and the spicy is tempered by coconut milk.
*Cooked to order advisory: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase risk of foodborne illness
There is a $2 upcharge for split plates.
Parties of 6 or more will have 20% gratuity added to their order.
Specialty Non-alcoholic Beverages
Made fresh daily. $3
- Classic lemonade
Ask your server for details. No refills please. Add $1 to sub for Whirlykid’s meals
Full bar options available.
We work with many local purveyors to support our community. Products are based on seasonality.
- Bread: Breadsmith
- Seafood: Seaview Crab Company, Steve’s Seafood
- Produce: Terra Vita Farm
- Eggs: Eggman’s Eggs
- Coffee: Java Estate Roastery
We hope you enjoy the colorful sculptures in CAM’s courtyard by Dorothy Gillespie. Gillespie, an accomplished NYC artist, cherished the vibrant arts scene in Wilmington. The sculptures in CAM’s courtyard are from her Rockefeller Center Exhibit and will be displayed at CAM through March 2021 as part of the Dorothy Gillespie Centennial Celebration.
Gillespie was an American painter and sculptor who enjoyed an artistic career that spanned over 70 years. Known for her tremendous output of colorful, joyful sculptural art, she was among those who blazed a path for women artists during the feminist art movement in the 1960s and 1970s. Gillespie owned a house in Wilmington’s historic district and lectured at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.