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We're just a cellar-dwelling neighborhood pub in a 170 year old room. Hidden beneath and behind The Little Dipper fondue restaurant at the corner of Front and Orange. Our motto: If you can't find us, there's a reason.
You'll have to look for it but if you are looking for true local bar without all the fancy frills, Lula's is the place. Mostly locals because tourists either can't find it or are skeptical of the entrance. This is a BAR, don't go looking...More
Lots of fun within a small confined area. Loved the selection in the Jukebox. I am almost 40 and was impressed with the song selections. Was able to play metallica - for whom the bell tolls. Was drunk in nostalgia and also enjoyed the free...More
Bartender not adding appropriate amounts. Yes, their bottles have pour spouts used to controlled flow, but bartender must not put his finger over the tip of the spout. He must actually allow liquid to flow through it. Obviously, our bartender Saturday night was making up...More
- A little hole in the wall we found walking around one night. Went in because of the cool skeleton sign outside the door. Is in the stone basement of a restaurant.
- Music was a jukebox and it was a variety of everything.
This was a very nice pub to come across the streets of downtown Wilmington on a busy night. It's very quaint with a few tables and pool/ fooze ball tables to use. Drinks were inexpensive and food was good at a decent price too.
This is a bar, not a restaurant. On Sunday evenings you'll find one of the owners holding forth with a trivia game, and a reasonable crowd of locals doing some serious drinking. The only food in sight is pretzels, but they're crisp. Figure five or...More
I'd been here before on a Haunted Pub crawl and brought some friends visiting from out of town down to Lula's for a drink. I told them about the pub crawl and the history of the pub as I'd learned it from our tour guide....More