North Quarter Creole hasn't been part of Wilmington's culinary landscape for very long, but in the short time it's been alive, the eatery has already started garnering buzz. Since it's just a short trip away from ResideBPG, you can easily head here yourself and taste what the New Orleans-inspired restaurant has to offer.
Chef Goodwin credits many of the home-style recipes to his grandmother, who taught him how to cook hearty Southern food starting at the age of 5. So you have her finely tuned taste buds to thank when you bite into the crawfish etouffee, teeming with fresh crawfish tails and served over rice. You can also dig into a Wally jambalaya burrito, which comes stuffed with shrimp, andouille sausage, and grilled chicken, plus a drizzle of jambalaya sauce on top. The mac skillets are decadent and delicious, featuring ingredients such as jumbo lump crab meat, crawfish tails, or andouille sausage and shrimp.