Circa 1922 is home to tapas-style dining and wine bar in historic downtown Wilmington. Regionally-themed sharing platters are a popular new addition ... More
Circa 1922 is home to tapas-style dining and wine bar in historic downtown Wilmington. Regionally-themed sharing platters are a popular new addition to the menu allowing guests to sample several tapas offerings. A 12-bottle custom cruvinet keeps our wines by the glass consistently fresh and true to taste or choose from an eclectic international selection of wines by the bottle. After-work tapas specials, weekly sushi specials and a 3-course prix Fixe menu make Circa 1922 a popular downtown destination.
What a find for us! We walked in last Saturday evening without reservations and were promptly seated. The decor is old, fine dark wood, the wait staff looks sharp in their white starched aprons, the service was EXCELLENT (Thank you Rich!) and the food was OUT OF THIS WORLD! Then to top it off, THE PRICING WAS FANTASTIC! Finally a place where the fine entre's are reasonably priced! I had a NY strip, that was simply tender and delicious for $15!! I can't say enough good things about this restaurant, only that we will come back when we revisit Wilmington!!!!
This is one of the finest downtown restaurants in Wilmington, with surprizingly reasonable prices. Attentive service in an elegant setting. Some tapas dishes, but I prefer the regular menu, particularly the fish dishes. Highly recommended.
I love their mushroom bruschetta and the atmosphere is amazing and elegant. They have a really adorable server who works there named Kilby he was very friendly and easy on the eyes. I thought the food was very reasonably priced and the portions are great just enough, but not too much. I would like to eat there again soon. Definately a place to go for good food, choices of wine and amazing mini desserts. I would definately get the Ribeye with Gorgonzola sauce.
THE BEST DINING EXPERIENCE I HAVE EVER HAD! Food was excellent, service was excellent, beer was cold and excellent. by the way, the banana foster dessert was the best dessert I have ever had. It was as good hours later after being in the fridge in the hotel. My wife said the eggplant rollatini was the best dish she has ever had as well. We go to Wilmington each year and we will make it a point to eat there at least twice during our visit.
My favorite restaurant in wilmington. Excelent food, very professional waitstaff, great atmosphere. might sound weird, but i was tempted to skip the review because i don't want word to get out and spoil such a great place. as for prices, they aren't any worse than a major chain and the food is worlds better, if you want cheap go get a Mcdinner. to be fair, the portions are on a more european scale, but they aren't small and honestly its alot closer to what people should be eating. At any rate, its low key, quiet, and the lighting is just right. easily one of the top restaurants I've ever been to.
Moved to Wilmington, NC 2 years ago and have had 2 anniversary dinners here. Tapa's are excellent - really love those blue cheese grapes. Nice comfortable atmosphere and a great place to sit, sip and munch an evening away. Only thing I've requested that they add to their menu is Foie Gras......and I'll keep tryin.
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