Outer Banks Restaurants
Outer Banks Restaurant Guide will help you discover exceptional restaurants on the Outer Banks. Explore different cuisines and locations for any meal. Any time of day there’s an OBX restaurant for you. Corolla Restaurants, Duck Restaurants, Kitty Hawk Restaurants, Kill Devil Hills Restaurants, Nags Head Restaurants, and Hatteras Island Restaurants are all found in the Outer Banks Restaurant Guide.
The immense variety of menu options along with our unique ocean-centric location is what sets the Outer Banks apart from other vacation destinations. Outer Banks Restaurant Guide will help you discover the best dining destination for you and your party. Whether it is fine dining, taking the whole family out for pizza and burgers, or something in between – dining in Outer Banks Restaurants takes on a whole new feel for everyone.
The Outer Banks is filled with filled with top-notch restaurants, but only a select few combine mouthwatering menus with unparalleled waterfront views.
There's nothing like a local brew to help you get the flavor of a place. Here on the Outer Banks there are lots of opportunities to sample North Carolina beer and wine. Take a winery tour, visit a brewery, or simply sit outside and enjoy the ocean breeze while you make your way through a flight of beer.
These restaurants offer family atmospheres and kid-friendly menus with a wide selection of food and drinks for the adults in your party too.
OBX residents know the best places to hit up for lunch, whether you’re looking for a sit-down meal, a quick bite, or a refreshing drink and a waterfront view. Take the advice of those in the know, and grab your midday meal from one of these great places
Owens’ Restaurant matriarch Clara Mae was born in 1946, the year her parents decided to move their restaurant business from Roanoke Island to Nags Head. Back then, everyone thought Bob Owens and his wife Clara were out of their minds for opening up shop on the desolate strip of land in south Nags Head. This […]
Nothing says winter on the beach like a steaming bowl of hearty stew filled with seafood, potatoes, corn, and a creamy broth (or clear, if you’re going Hatteras style). Chowder is the kind of stick-to-your-ribs fare that gets us through the cold months here on the Outer Banks and local chefs have perfected the art […]