Art Inspired Dining

Eat Creative.


Located in the heart of the Cameron Art Museum, CAM Cafe specializes in creative and satisfying lunch, brunch, and dinner entrees. Our fresh and local menu includes seasonal salads, mouthwatering sandwiches, and traditional dishes with a modern twist. The museum and cafe can also comfortably accommodates large groups, private events, and corporate lunches with on-site catering and local delivery options available. We invite you to enjoy a delicious meal in our inspiring space.

Upcoming events at the CAM Cafe:
 

Guitarist, Nash Kelly

Thursday, May 24, 2018 6:00 PM 8:00 PM
Location
CAM Cafe
Full dinner menu available and half priced bottle wine.
Reservations suggested.

Nash Kelly is a senior at UNCW pursuing a B.A. in guitar performance with a minor in jazz studies, studying under Dr. Justin Hoke and Robert Nathanson. He transferred to UNCW in the fall of 2015 after earning his Associate in Fine Arts of Music from Johnston Community College. During his time at UNCW, Kelly has played in multiple Department of Music Honors Recitals and currently is a student guitar instructor for the department’s Community Music Academy program.

CAM Cafe After Hours Jam!

Thursday, May 31, 2018 6:30 PM 8:00 PM
Location
Cameron Art Museum
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Celebrate the final day of Membership Appreciation Month at CAM. Join us for music in the café with Mangroove, founded and led by drummer/vocalist/conga player Manny “Mangroove” Santos performing with Jerald Shynett on piano and Natalie Boeyink on bass. Full menu and half priced bottles of wine available. (CAM MEMBERS: Member Appreciation Month Prize drawing).

Table reservations for diners only (910) 777-2363, bistros and standing room available for all others.

Classical Guitarist, Justin Hoke

Thursday, June 28, 2018 6:00 PM 8:00 PM
Location
CAM Cafe
Full dinner menu available and half priced bottled wine!
Reservations suggested.

Justin Hoke is an active soloist, chamber musician, composer, and educator based in Wilmington, North Carolina. He currently performs as a member of the Cypress Duo and the North Carolina Guitar Quartet. He has been featured as a soloist on classical and electric guitar with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, Panama City Orchestra, Florida State University Orchestra, and the Appalachian State University Guitar Orchestra. Justin Hoke currently serves on the music faculty at the University of North Carolina Wilmington where he teaches classical guitar and music theory.