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Awful Arthur’s Oyster Bar & Restaurant

  • 2106 N. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 6
  • Kill Devil Hills

Awful Arthur’s Oyster Bar is world-famous for its casual, raw bar atmosphere and great local seafood. The steamed shrimp are so good that they were featured in Esquire magazine. The menu features lots of seafood, but there are also burgers, pastas, steaks and chicken. The chef creates specials every day. Awful Arthurs has a full bar and an upstairs lounge with an ocean view. It is open most of the year for lunch and dinner.

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Bad Bean Baja Grill & Cantina

  • 3105 N. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 5, Seagate North Shopping Center
  • Kill Devil Hills

Although Bad Bean Baja Grill and Cantina offers some Mexican favorites, it’s far from your typical Mexican restaurant. Techniques and flavors from all across Latin America, California and the Baja Peninsula are utilized to create a unique dining experience. The fresh-made salsas and guacamole are perfect with the house-made corn tortilla chips. And they’ve added in some extras at this location, too — daily lunch specials year round, full-service wait staff and a full-service bar featuring one of the best Ultimate Margaritas on the beach. They’ve taken the fish taco idea and expanded it to the Nth degree, using only fresh local fish, shrimp and even softshell crab in season. Their Carne Asada is a must have as well. Bad Bean was a triple award winner in the 2013 Taste of the Beach festival, receiving Best in Show, the Chefs’ Choice Award and Best Seafood Dish. Bad Bean was also voted Best Mexican Restaurant on the Beach in the WVOD 99.1 The Sound Best of the Beach Awards. The bar has been completely renovated, expanding from 14 seats to 27 and featuring great local artwork to spice up the walls. Bad Bean is open to 12 a.m. all summer. Every Saturday night, the bar stays open late with beer specials and a late night menu. Take-out is available and large parties are welcome.

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Basnight’s Lone Cedar

  • 7623 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head/Manteo Causeway
  • Nags Head

This Outer Banks landmark is where you’ll find many a local eating every night, so you know the food must be really good. This restaurant is, in fact, at the top of the list of many locals’ favorite spots. The service is genuinely friendly, and the portions are more than generous. You’ll enjoy the vast views of the sound and dining on their outdoor deck overlooking the osprey nest. Basnight’s serves brunch Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner seven nights a week beginning at 4:30 p.m. (During the off-season, the days they serve dinner vary, so call ahead.) They feature only local, fresh North Carolina seafood that comes in whole and is cleaned in their kitchen, along with vegetarian dishes, pasta and USDA Angus steaks. Their dedication to freshness includes their own herb garden. They also serve local produce as well as all-natural chicken. And you will marvel at their incredible wine cellar (well, it’s a room, really) featuring thousands of bottles of wine. This accompanies a roomy bar area where you can pick from a new bar menu full of tasty offerings or order right from the full restaurant menu. They also have karaoke or live music in the bar area on Friday and Saturday nights. Each year, they close December 31 and re-open right before Valentine’s Day. Basnight’s also offers on- and off-premise catering for any size or type of event.

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Beachside Bistro

  • 1731 N. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 7
  • Kill Devil Hills

Under new ownership, the Sea Ranch Resort promises a lot of great new things including the Beachside Bistro. Serving American coastal cuisine, guests can relax inside or hang out on the beachside deck and enjoy a cold drink, listen to live entertainment and revel in the oceanfront setting. As members of Outer Banks Catch, their fresh seafood offerings will include mahi-mahi, tuna and other delightful dishes. The Beachside Bistro serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily beginning in early April and features a full bar. They also have a convenient take-out window accessible from the Third Street beach access.

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BK Shuckers

  • 4020 N. Croatan Hwy., The Bypass, MP 3.5
  • Kitty Hawk

BK Shuckers is a new combination sports/oyster bar and grill featuring Direct TV sports packages, the NFL ticket and pay-per-view events including Ultimate Fighting Championship contests. Unlike many sports bars, which often have little to offer beyond TVs and beer, BK Shuckers pairs its sports focus with a strong emphasis on great food. Get started with appetizers ranging from Bases Loaded Potato Wedges, Macho Nachos or bacon-wrapped scallops to the Grand Slam Platter with its chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, potato skins and dipping sauce. Satisfy your vegetable fix with a selection of salads including the fully loaded BK’s Signature Chef Salad, the Par Fajita Salad and the Carolina Rigger Cobb Salad. Soups include a creamy she crab, New England clam chowder and homemade chili in either cups or bowls. Of course, any self-respecting sports bar has to have wings, and BK Shuckers presents four varieties with your choice of five saucing options! The steamer offers oysters, clams, shrimp and crab legs. Burgers, wraps and sandwiches (including shrimp or oyster po’ boys), steaks and pastas round out the menu. Some of the best local live music can be enjoyed on the deck. BK Shuckers is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Brewing Station

  • 600 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 8.5
  • Kill Devil Hills

Featuring the talents of national and international award-winning Brewmaster Scott Meyer, the Brewing Station has an ever-changing list of house-made beers and sodas that serve as the cornerstone of the Brewing Station’s innovative style. Chef Phongkrit “Pok” Choeichom — who won the 2009 Taste of the Beach Chefs Award and the 2011 and 2012 Taste of the Beach People’s Choice Award — has created an Outer Banks–inspired fusion menu using regionally available products from local fish and produce to North Carolina meats. Pastry chef Tina Mackenzie bakes the house bread and has created a tempting dessert menu. Friendly and casual but with a metropolitan flair, the Brewing Station has a full bar, dining on two levels and the biggest outdoor area on the Outer Banks featuring a pirate ship playground for the kids, picnic table seating, outdoor entertainment during the summer season and the 92-foot wind turbine that powers part of the brewing operation. Half-liter bottle conditioned beer and two-liter growlers are sold to go at the bar. The Brewing Station accommodates large parties and is open year round for both lunch and dinner. Lest we forget, they are also highly regarded as a go-to place to see regional and national music acts across a wide variety of genres.

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Brine and Bottle

  • 7531 South Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head/Manteo Causeway, Caribbean Professional Center
  • Nags Head

The Brine and Bottle stands out on the Outer Banks restaurant scene for its resolute commitment to utilizing seasonal, fresh, local ingredients. It’s owned and operated by two North Carolina natives, chef Andrew Donovan and sommelier Ashley Whitfield, who work with fishermen and farmers in Dare and nearby Currituck and Martin counties to source local ingredients. Indoors in the cozy dining room or outdoors on the spacious waterfront deck overlooking the Roanoke Sound, enjoy carefully selected wines and craft beers as well as seasonal Southern fare, including the customer favorite shrimp and grits with fried N.C. grit cakes. Donovan, who won the 2011 Taste of the Beach Chefs Choice Award, changes the dinner menu nightly, depending on what’s fresh. Take home such goodies as Maldon sea salt, house blend coffee, grits, wine and beer, bacon jam and pickles, which are canned in house (think dill beans, pickled okra and more). The Brine and Bottle’s selection of wines and beers changes frequently, and there are always a few North Carolina selections available. During the summer season, the restaurant is open for dinner nightly, and live music on the deck is a Thursday evening feature from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Call for off-season hours. Catering services are available, both on-site and off-site.

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Dunes Restaurant

  • 7018 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Bypass, MP 16.5
  • Nags Head

Dunes Restaurant is a Nags Head tradition that’s been serving breakfast, lunch and dinner for 31 seasons. They have an award-winning breakfast menu that includes a hearty breakfast and fresh fruit bar daily in season. At dinner, there is an all-you-can-eat salad bar, Angus burgers and steaks and, of course, fresh-cooked, local seafood. If you like Southern fried chicken, this is a Dunes’ specialty. And on most nights diners can choose from a variety of delicious specials. Lunch is served starting Memorial Day weekend with burgers, salads and lots of local favorites. While you wait for a table, or whenever you just want a quick meal, the “R” Bar is a comfortable spot to grab a mixed drink, wine or featured North Carolina beers and lighter fare.

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Fatboyz Ice Cream & Grill

  • 7208 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 16.5
  • Nags Head

This popular take-out food and ice cream stand serves up an array of ice cream concoctions — shakes, sundaes, cones — as well as hand-pattied burgers, fresh grilled tuna, French fries, Hebrew National hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, onion rings, fresh-squeezed orange/lime/lemonades and more. Try their no-filler, all-killer jumbo crabcake! The ice cream is absolutely delectable, and you must try Stacie’s delicious ice cream cakes for special occasions. Fatboyz is located across the street from Jennette’s Pier, and you can eat on-site at a handful of tables on the side deck. Though the line is often long at this very popular spot, don’t despair; it moves very quickly.

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Food Dudes Kitchen

  • 1216 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 9, Seashore Shops
  • Kill Devil Hills

Food Dudes is a place that really is all about the food. With years of experience working in the best local kitchens, the Food Dudes are big on preparing the best food from the best seasonal ingredients. While the regular menu is simple enough to showcase the unique flavors of their food, their daily specials board really showcases their talents and the variety of options you’ll have to choose from. They feature vegetarian dishes, local seafood and organic and local produce from Currituck County farms whenever possible. You can dine in and enjoy beer and wine with your meal or get take-out. Food Dudes is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week and offers a nice Sunday brunch and taco night on Thursdays. The owner says “drop in and dine any time at milepost nine.”

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Front Porch Cafe

  • 2515 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 10
  • Nags Head

A community coffeehouse with deliciously fresh-roasted coffee, the Nags Head Front Porch features generous amounts of seating and parking and a lounge/art space to relax and enjoy your coffee and the hand-painted mural by local artist Dawn Gray. They have live music on the new stage area, which doubles as a kids story time space during the summer. Front Porch is known for offering the best artisan-roasted coffee on the beach. They serve an array of specialty coffee drinks, teas and chai. Fresh pastries like croissants, muffins, cinnamon buns and turnovers are baked on site. A wide variety of whole bean coffees are for sale. This is a great place to hang out — it’s open year round with free wireless Internet access, extended summer evening hours and a community bulletin board with local news and events. The Front Porch has two other locations, one in Kill Devil Hills at MP 6 and the other on the main highway in Manteo.

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Goombays Grille & Raw Bar

  • 1608 N. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 7
  • Kill Devil Hills

Goombays is a casual restaurant with an island feel. The food is fresh and creative with a Caribbean spin on Outer Banks seafood favorites. Try the Rasta Pasta, fresh seafood tacos, Tuna Reuben, Jazzy Coconut Chicken, Tuna Oscar, daily specials or a selection from the full steamed or raw seafood bar. Goombays is family friendly with a colorful dining room and a special menu for kids. The full bar includes lots of imported and microbrewed beers. Goombays serves lunch and dinner every day.

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Kelly’s Outer Banks Restaurant and Tavern

  • 2316 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 10.5
  • Nags Head

Kelly’s is an Outer Banks favorite serving beef, chicken, pasta, vegetarian dishes and, of course, seafood, including raw bar selections. You will enjoy their signature sweet potato biscuits, featured in Gourmet Magazine and savored by the thousands. Kelly’s offers three different menus, including one for children and lighter fare in the tavern. They will seat you for dinner until 10 p.m., so you won’t have to sacrifice having a good meal just because it’s late. You’ll want to save room for their delicious homemade desserts created by two-time Taste of the Beach Best Dessert award-winner Pastry Chef Becky Miller. The separate, full-service bar presents nightly entertainment. You can reserve space for a private party in any of their rooms, including the tavern, or you can hire Kelly’s for top-notch catering with or without wait staff. Kelly’s is open for dinner and entertainment year round, and the tavern is one of the top hot spots of the Outer Banks, attracting some of big names in the music industry. If you want to see and be seen, put this one on your list.

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Mako Mike’s

  • 1630 N. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 7
  • Kill Devil Hills

The menu at Mako Mike’s is filled with fresh seafood, with choices ranging from mako shark to crab legs. The menu also includes excellent crab cakes, pasta dishes and Angus beef. The chef creates lots of specials every night, and a kids’ menu makes the tykes happy. When it comes to dessert, there are many delicious choices. Catch one of the early bird specials; they’re offered daily. Large parties can be accommodated easily, and they have private dining rooms for special events. Mako Mike’s is part of the Kellys Hospitality Group, is open for dinner year round and has a full bar.

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Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant

  • 6916 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 16
  • Nags Head

One of the few soundfront restaurants on the beach, Miller’s serves lunch and dinner daily, which allows you ample time to enjoy the view. They can handle families and large parties and have a varied menu with local seafood, steaks, chicken and creative salads and pastas. The kitchen prepares unique specials every day. They really do have one of the best sunset views, and you can have fun watching windsurfers and kiteboarders during the day or enjoying music and a cocktail in the evening. The pier and gazebo over the sound are a big hit.

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Ocean Boulevard

  • 4700 N. Virginia Dare Trail, Beach Road, MP 2.5
  • Kitty Hawk

Ocean Boulevard is a casual yet upscale restaurant, which means you can enjoy a special evening out in the comfort of your sandals. They are, after all, just steps away from the ocean. Ocean Boulevard’s culinary team serves an American bistro-style menu and has been praised in Southern Living magazine as well as The Washington Post. The menu changes seasonally but always includes lots of beautiful preparations of local seafood, regional poultry and meats, nightly chef specials and decadent desserts. They have a comprehensive wine list and a full bar with their own martini menu. Come here for live entertainment on Friday nights after dinner. Their oceanside patio is one of many unique features; it’s an enjoyable hangout during the summer and you can often catch some live music during the week. Ocean Boulevard is open nightly for dinner year round. Reservations are suggested.

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Old Nags Head Cafe

  • 3948 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 13
  • Nags Head

Old Nags Head Cafe continues the Roderer family tradition of great food and hospitality they’ve been offering Nags Head diners since 1985. Housed in the historic Harris Grocery store on the beach road along Nags Head’s row of unpainted aristocratic cottages – the cottages that established Nags Head as a vacation destination—and across from Jockey’s Ridge, Old Nags Head Cafe offers traditional and contemporary Southern dishes as well as the best in fresh local seafood, chicken, chops, hand-cut Angus beef, pasta, soups, salads, sandwiches, daily specials and homemade desserts. They’ve also started serving breakfast, and it’s sure to become a favorite spot; the omelettes and French toast are fabulous! Old Nags Head Cafe has a full-service bar with an extensive beer and wine list. Take-out is available.

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Outer Banks Restaurant Tours

  • Various Meeting Places in Kitty Hawk, Duck and Corolla
  • Kitty Hawk

Outer Banks Restaurant Tours provides walking and driving tours of restaurants in three locations on the Outer Banks. On each tour, chefs and owners greet you, talk to you about their background, their restaurant, their food and their passions and give you a behind-the-scenes look at their restaurant. You are treated to delectable samples of signature dishes, paired with wine, beer or a mixed drink. Along the way, you’re also likely to learn a little history about the Outer Banks and local food sourcing and get a few wine or beer tasting tips. The best thing about these tours is that for the price of one dinner out, you are able to sample the cuisine at multiple restaurants in one afternoon. What better way to find the best places to eat if you are a new visitor to the area? The Duck Walking Tour takes you on foot from one end of the quaint town to the other, sampling great food and strolling on the boardwalk where you’ll have gorgeous views of the Currituck sound. The Kitty Hawk/Kill Devil Hills Driving Tour transports you in their company vehicle to the rock stars of the Outer Banks restaurant scene, and the Corolla Driving Tour features a short ride in their vehicles on the north end of Corolla where some surprising plates of delicious food await you. Even if you are a return visitor or if you are fortunate enough to live here, these restaurant tours allow you to revisit your old favorites and rediscover them in a whole new, more personal way. Outer Banks Restaurant Tours also offers a Brews and Bites Tour on Wednesdays and a Winery Tour on Thursdays. New to the schedule for 2014 is a BBQ class: Secrets of a BBQ Master! Tours start the week of May 19, 2014, and run through the end of September 2014. Reservations are required.

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Owens’ Restaurant

  • 7114 S Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 16.5
  • Nags Head

Owens’ is a Nags Head institution, featuring a legacy of fine dining by the sea since 1946. Diners can enjoy generous portions of fresh fish and shellfish from local watermen, whole Maine lobster, pasta, aged Harris ranch prime beef and outrageous house-made desserts. All entrees include a traditional crock of cheese with crackers as a starter. Owens’ also offers crisp, fresh garden salads drizzled with your choice of several delicious house-made dressings. Everything is seasoned with the famous hospitality of the family that has guided Owens’ for 67 years. Owens’ has an exceptional wine list, and they offer special buffets on Thanksgiving and Mother’s Day that are hugely popular. History buffs will marvel at Owens’ collections of museum-quality artifacts dedicated to the maritime history of the Outer Banks.

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Pamlico Jack’s

  • 6708 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 16
  • Nags Head

Pamlico Jack’s is a casual restaurant experience that combines the history of the Outer Banks with island cuisine. The outdoor bar is a pirate ship, complete with sails and rigging, that leads you onto a large soundfront open-air deck with scenic sunset views. Enjoy certified Angus beef, Gulf Stream fish and homemade pasta selections. You can also savor any number of smaller plates and lighter fare such as sandwiches and salads. Arrive before 6 p.m. to catch their early dining specials. On various holidays, such as Easter, Mother’s Day and Thanksgiving, Pamlico Jack’s serves up a bounty with their special 30+ item buffet (make your reservations early!). They also offer hundreds of wine choices (they have the honor of being the winner of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for more than 20 years in a row). Pamlico Jack’s specializes in rehearsal dinners and weddings and can accommodate large gatherings. A kids’ menu is available. Open for dinner nightly from March through December, they do accept reservations. Join them for entertainment nightly at Rum Jumpers, their outdoor deck bar.

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Peppercorns Restaurant and Lounge

  • 1701 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 9.5, Ramada Plaza
  • Kill Devil Hills

The newly redecorated Peppercorns overlooks the ocean from its location inside the Ramada Plaza Nags Head (yes, the name says Nags Head, but they’re located in Kill Devil Hills). The menu features fresh seafood, pasta dishes, surf and turf and chef’s specials. Peppercorns serves breakfast and dinner every day. They are open year round, welcome large parties and accept reservations to make your dining more enjoyable without the long wait. The deck bar is open in season and features its own lunch menu and live entertainment on the weekends; call for a schedule.

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Pigman’s Bar-B-Que

  • 1606 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 9.5
  • Kill Devil Hills

At Pigman’s you’ll find several types of barbecue. In addition to the traditional pork, they have beef, tuna and turkey. They also have slow-smoked chicken, St. Louis ribs and fried shrimp. Side dishes include baked beans, cole slaw, hush puppies (yum! some of the best!), French fries and sweet potato fries. You can dine in or carry out. They have a children’s menu. Pigman’s even does catering. They are closed January and February.

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Port O’ Call Restaurant

  • 504 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Beach Road, MP 8.5
  • Kill Devil Hills

Port O’ Call has been a great dining choice for families on the Outer Banks for many years and is known for its fresh local seafood and Angus steaks, prime rib, chicken and pastas. There’s an extensive childrens’ menu, large parties are welcome and reservations are accepted. Port O’ Call serves dinner nightly, and everyone should ask about the chef specials. The restaurant is known for its holiday buffets. They are also available for special events such as weddings, rehearsal dinners, reunions, fraternity and sorority parties as well as office and holiday parties that can be planned as sit-down dinners or buffets. In the gift shop you’ll find a large collection of fashion and fine jewelry.

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Red Drum Grille and Taphouse

  • 2412 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 10
  • Nags Head

Dine in cozy ambiance and enjoy a variety of lunch and dinner dishes, including sandwiches, burgers, fish and chips and steamed seafood and vegetables plus ribs, steaks, vegetarian dishes, seafood pasta and more. Like the setting, the food could be dubbed “comfort with an upscale dash.” Most any beer lover will be happy as a clam here with 18 beers on tap. Red Drum is closed December and January and reopens in February around President’s Day weekend.

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Tale of the Whale

  • 7575 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head/Manteo Causeway
  • Nags Head

Owned and operated by the same family since 1980, Tale of the Whale has made a legendary name for itself on the Outer Banks dining scene. On a beautiful soundfront location along the Nags Head/Manteo Causeway, Tale of the Whale attracts a loyal following of repeat customers who are on a first-name basis with the friendly owners. Of course, they also come for the casually elegant setting, that water view and the expertly prepared seafood, pasta, steaks and chicken. Tale of the Whale proudly participates in the Outer Banks Catch program and serves locally harvested seafood. All of the desserts are homemade. A full bar is available, and you can sit outside on the deck with your cocktail if you choose. There’s often live music in the waterfront gazebo in season; call for more details. Tale of the Whale’s popular early bird special starts at 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. depending upon the season, offering 20 percent off the entire check (excluding alcohol). The restaurant is open for dinner daily in the summer; call ahead for off-season hours. Tale of the Whale is an excellent space for private waterfront events such as rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions and more.

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Tortuga’s Lie Shellfish Bar and Grille

  • 3016 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 11
  • Nags Head

The island-style interior and good food make Tortuga’s a favorite among locals and repeat visitors. There are lots of healthy options here, with Caribbean-inspired seafood and vegetarian options. Chow down on a variety of dishes, including tuna bites, burritos, steamed seafood and veggies and pasta. If there’s a salad on the specials board when you’re there, take our word for it and order it. Tortuga’s has some of the best burgers and island fries on the beach, and their famous sushi night on Wednesdays is a huge hit. They roll sushi late night in the summer and during regular dinner hours in the off-season. There is a full bar with lots of specialty drinks, including their notorious Shark Attack. Be sure to check out the beach volleyball court in the back. Tortuga’s is open daily for lunch and dinner with the hours changing in the winter.

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Trio

  • 3708 N. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 4.5, Harbor Bay Shops
  • Kitty Hawk

Trio is an exciting retail and tasting destination with an inviting yet cosmopolitan vibe that sets it apart from other casual venues on the Outer Banks. Comprised of both a gourmet retail wine, beer and cheese shop as well as a bistro with a wine bar and tap house, Trio gathers the best from the worlds of wine, beer and cheese for your enjoyment, either on the premises or in the comfort of your home. In their retail shop you’ll find more than 2,000 wines from around the world, several hundred craft beers and dozens of artisanal cheeses hand-cut to order. The bistro menu, served lunch through late night, features casual fare that is at once familiar yet with that special Trio twist. Choose from creative appetizers, cheese plates, fresh salads, gourmet paninis and Chef Neil’s not-to-be-missed desserts. The beach’s largest selection of rotating craft brews awaits you at their copper-top bar. Twenty-four bottles of wine are presented in self-service tasting machines where you can sample wines priced from $10 to $100 per bottle for as little as $1 per taste! In the upstairs mezzanine you’ll find comfortable lounge seating, a free pool table, access to free WiFi and the tasting bar where you can sample award-winning North Carolina wines. Trio also offers live music several nights a week featuring local artists playing everything from jazz to bluegrass to rock.

American Pie

  • 1600 S. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 9.5
  • Kill Devil Hills
  • (252) 441-3332

American Pie serves two vacation favorites: pizza and ice cream. Enjoy hand-tossed New York–style pizza, subs, wings and salads. For dessert enjoy homemade, hand-dipped ice cream. They also have fresh smoothies on the menu. This restaurant is right across the street from the beach and offers both indoor and outdoor seating. You can take your food to go or have it delivered.

Applebee’s

  • 5002 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 14.5
  • Nags Head
  • (252) 441-3652

You’re probably already familiar with the affordable and delicious food the Applebee’s chain serves. They have great trio appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches, steaks and seafood on the menu. A full bar keeps the atmosphere lively. Applebee’s is open for lunch and dinner year round.

Art’s Place

  • 4624 N. Virginia Dare Trail, The Beach Road, MP 2.5
  • Kitty Hawk
  • (252) 261-3233

Art’s Place is famous among locals not only for their hamburgers served with hand-cut French fries, but also for their warm and friendly staff. The tiny restaurant has been a fixture on The Beach Road for more than 30 years and is a local’s favorite for the extremely affordable menu. Some favorites include chicken fillets, steak and cheese sandwiches, breaded and fried mushrooms, and sweet potato sticks, plus plenty of options for kids. Breakfast at Art’s includes eggs, bacon and homemade biscuits with sausage gravy. They have a full bar and a small roof deck, and they’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner all year round. Stop in for happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. every night. On Mondays, enjoy Jazz Night with live music from Joe Mapp & the Coordinates at 7:30 p.m. See you there!

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