The OBX Restaurant Guide will help you discover exceptional restaurants here 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, and our 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.
With a vast variety of seafood available right in our own backyard, dining out in Outer Banks restaurants should be considered essential to your vacation experience. Here on our barrier islands, we have “fresh off the dock” seafood available on a near daily basis. From blue crabs to oysters to any variation of fish, you can find it in an Outer Banks restaurant.
For the non-seafood lovers, there are plenty of exciting menu options ranging from simple pleasures — like North Carolina barbeque and home cooking — to more imaginative cuisine and an array of ethnic eateries. Whether you’re craving Asian, Italian, Mexican, or something with Caribbean flare, there is sure to be something to please your palate.
As for atmosphere, you won’t find it better than on the Outer Banks. Many restaurants feature panoramic water views and outdoor decking to enjoy a notorious OBX sunset.
Whatever your preferences, budget, or group size, the Outer Banks has restaurant choices from Corolla to Hatteras Island to satisfy your cravings. There is always something for both the epicurean and the casual diner. Sound side, oceanfront, kid friendly, fine dining, or a combination, the Outer Banks has it, and the information you need to discover the best restaurants on the beach is in the Outer Banks Restaurant Guide.
Barbecue is a pretty important part of North Carolina’s heritage and culture, not to mention can be the subject of a good dose of rivalry.
There will always be those favorite Outer Banks establishments that we are drawn to for their authentic island feel and hospitality, their past, for the way they engage all of our senses when we walk through the door. For me, one of these treasured places is Sam & Omie’s Restaurant at Whalebone Junction in Nags Head.
From major cities to sleepy towns across the country, sushi is gaining momentum in the restaurant world and in the Outer Banks Sushi Restaurant world. There is no exception when it comes to this Japanese favorite.
The purchase of Wicked Weed Brewing Company by Anheiser Busch-InBev’s, aka Budweiser, has sent shockwaves through the brewing world. Beer enthusiasts are boycotting in disgust, and small breweries are berating them as sellouts and hypocrites. For once the hurricane in North Carolina is not on the coast!
There is nothing quite like enjoying a frosty local brew or a glass of wine while on vacation. Here on the Outer Banks, you can take your pick. There are plenty of establishments that offer craft beer brewed right here on the Outer Banks or in the Carolinas. And that goes for its wine, too. Take a winery tour, visit a brewery or simply sit back, enjoy the view and sip on wine made from native North Carolina grapes or a beer brewed right on the premises. There’s always something to celebrate on the Outer Banks. It’s time to lift your glass. Cheers!
Take Out - OBX Restaurants that offer take out meals. Enjoy delicious North Carolina fare in the comfort of your own vacation home, on the beach or on the go. Try these great local restaurants for the best take out on the beach.
SUSHI FUSION Walking into Miller’s Seafood & Steakhouse, you just know that it’s something special. Maybe it’s the smell of great food, the beautifully remodeled building, or maybe it’s the warm greeting and the feeling of family. Miller’s has been a tradition on the Outer Banks for generations and an integral part of the community.
Grandstaff & Stein Book Sellers, which debuted in January, is one of these modern-day speakeasies that on the surface looks like your typical throwback-to-the-1920s bookstore when you enter. It’s anything but.
Cold or warm, donuts have become an all-American sweet treat, and now you can walk into the brand new Duck Donuts in Nags Head, and get an immediate whiff of the fresh made donuts.
Start your day off right at one of these restaurants that cater to the breakfast crowd. You’ll get just what you need to fuel the rest of your day on the Outer Banks with these breakfast favorites – served Outer Banks style!