Went on the famous buy one - get one Monday! Make a reservation! The food is absolutely wonderful! The filet will melt in your mouth! The seafood choices looked amazing. Great wine list! You won't leave hungry!
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We visit Emerald Isle often and Island Grille is always on our dinner list. We always try to go on BOGO night--Monday and Tuesday-- when you choose from entrees on the blackboard. Always need a reservation on those nights and are a good idea on...More
We were very disappointed in our first visit which will also be our last. The restaurant is very small and loud. There were only two servers on duty the night we visited and this was definitely not enough. The porterhouse au poivre was described as...More
We’ve eaten at Island Grill numerous times and it remains one of our absolute favorite restaurants on the island. We’ve never had a bad meal or a bad experience here. We typically go on BOGO nights even though it is more crowded then. The BOGO...More
A very small bar cum restaurant near the ocean with award winning food. My husband raved about Boeuf Bourgionne which he hadn't had in some years. It was our 50th Anniversary with a superb lemon dessert on the house. Waitresses very bubbly and professional. Noisy,...More
We called Monday around 11am for a reservation for dinner that night. The message said leave your information and you’d be called back between 2 and 5. We were never called so we called back after 5 and was told we could try to sit...More
Had a superb dinner that was diminished by the size of the restaurant and the noise level. Very small for table sitting, about half the restaurant is in fact the bar. Monday is BOGO night just like Tuesday so all tables filled when we arrived...More
Over all its a cute place almost to the ocean but once in side its so loud you can hear anything anyone has to say menu reads great and after that total disappointment. server was very nice and she did a good job but other...More
Island Grille is one not to miss. BYGO free Monday and Tuesday amazing. Reservations are a must. Small and off the beaten path, but so worth it.