Bluewater Waterfront Grill, Wrightsville Beach, NC

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Real Estate Agent with Exit Homeplace Realty (Wilmington, NC)

Big changes are happening at Bluewater Waterfront Grill on Wrightsville Beach, NC.  Lou Moshakos, who purchased Bluewater Grill almost a year ago, is making a statement.  He's devoted to making Bluewater Waterfront Grill one of the hottest, must experience, destinations in Southeastern Coastal North Carolina. 

Lou has made renovations to the Main Floor Dinning level by expanding the bar area to include six high-top tables which easily accommodate four patrons each.  The high-tops allow great views of boats passing by on the Intracoastal Waterway.  This sitting area is smoke-free but smokers don't be discouraged.  Bluewater allows smoking in the upstairs Captains Lounge and in all of the downstairs outside bar and dinning areas by the water. 

Lou has also just completed renovations to the downstairs outside bar and dinning areas by giving it a complete facelift.  If it has been a while since you last visited Bluewater then you are in for a pleasant surprise.  Lou has taken the canopy and raised it a whole story allowing for a much more comfortable "open-air" scene.  The bar is massive compared to what it used to be and it is all "teaked" out.  Good-bye are the days of rubbermaid chairs and pvc legged tables.  Lou has also invested in beautiful teak tables, chairs and bar stools that are all top notch.  Get ready for Sunday evenings because the bands will be playing from 4pm-8pm.

Not only is Lou committed to giving Bluewater Waterfront Grill a physical facelift but he is also making strides to improve service. 

It doesn't matter how great a restaurant looks or how great the views are, if the service leaves patrons disappointed then they are much more likely not to become regulars.  --Lou(paraphrased)

Lou has released a new menu which will have the food out of the kitchen and to the patrons much quicker.  Lou has also improved the bars so the drinks will be made and delivered faster.  Lou knows bars.  If you have never been to a Carolina Ale House then locate one and go.  You'll know when you go!

More to come...

Paul Hockaday

www.myNCbroker.com

www.lmrestaurants.com

 

 

Comments (1)

Anonymous
Sue Ellen

Considering Bluewater for an upcoming event. Looks great! PFSH c/o 87

Apr 05, 2016 10:57 AM
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