I suggest taking a 30 minute drive down 133 to Southport and check out several places down there.. plus its a nice little port town to walk around and look at the old homes, shops and the riverfront. Mr. P’s Bistro is good. If it’s seafood you want, try Fishy Fish on the docks next to the small boat harbor, and they have good ribs too. The Provision Company (If it is open they usually close during the winter months)is right on the docks too. It’s an order at the door and eat on the dock side tables kind of place, that is very popular with the boating crowd during the summer. The crabcake burger and boiled shrimp are their specialty, and they have good burgers too. Then head on over to Oak Island. Our favorite there is the Seagrass for seafood dishes. Down at the Ocean Crest Pier in Long Beach you will find Island Way Resturant, pretty good for seafood and right ON the beach. If you are into eclectic coffee shops, check out the Flying Pig on Oak Island. 4 days in Leland! I’d take a day trip to Southport, you can also check out the Orton Plantation and Brunswick Town on the way if you are into history.