The entrance to the newly renovated Oceanic restaurant is lighter, brighter and
more open, due in part to relocation of the stairs. Historical photos of Wrightsville
Beach are hung all around the restaurant, including a pair of black-and-white
images on the second level.
The end result is a spectacular, all-new Oceanic.
“The biggest design features, the flow of the whole restaurant changed.
Our biggest goal was to capture the views and retain the historic aspect,” says
The restaurant reopened April 1, 2019, to diners on the first floor and on the
pier. The second and third floor soon followed. Massimino-Cook was personally
hanging the last of the art and artifacts in early June.
The first thing a guest notices is the relocation of the stairs to the southern wall,
making the most of the one-of-a-kind views.
It’s not just the building that has been renovated. The menu has changed as
well, with a locally sourced whole fish program and made-from-scratch recipes.
“We have adopted a commitment to the whole experience including the hospitality
piece,” says Oceanic manager Jason Ivady.
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