Breakfast Restaurants Outer Banks – Morning Break 2017

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Breakfast Restaurants Outer Banks: 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! Breakfast Restaurants Outer Banks…It’s a Good Day.

Lifesaving Station

The Lifesaving Station at the beautiful Sanderling Resort in Duck is known for having the best breakfast on the beach. Enjoy your delicious breakfast in a casual yet modern eatery that celebrates Southern coastal cuisine and regional, organic products. Indulge in an authentic Northern Banks Breakfast with Farm Fresh Egg Dishes, Carolina Benedict, Farmer’s Omelet and the Ducktrap Smoke Salmon Platter just to name a few offerings. Or enjoy some fruit with homemade granola or a chef’s waffle with warm apple butter. Whatever you choose, Lifesaving Station is the perfect way to start your morning off right.

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Argyle’s Restaurant

Enjoy your morning at Argyle’s Restaurant, where they now serve breakfast Friday, Saturday from 7a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and Sunday Brunch 7 a.m. until 1p.m. You’ll love favorites like Eggs Benedict, buttermilk pancakes, home fries, Sausage  Gravy Biscuits and Omelets, along with delicious crepes and homemade pastries. At Argyle’s, they “bring back the old to combine it with the new.” The result is a breakfast that will keep you coming back for more. Indoor and outside seating available.

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Miller’s Steakhouse & Seafood

Rise and Dine at Miller’s. There’s no better place to start your day on the Outer Banks. From all time favorites like Corned Beef Hash, Hot Cakes, Country Ham and Eggs and Biscuits and Sausage Gravy to building your own omelet and lighter fare menu items like bagels and cream cheese and breakfast sandwiches, you’ll love mornings at Miller’s. Here you are always greeted with warm hospitality. Breakfast is served from 7 a.m. until noon.

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Dirty Dick’s Crab House

New for 2017…breakfast buffet at Dirty Dick’s. All you can eat breakfast with a chef attended omelette and waffle station, separate kid’s buffet, eggs, bacon, sausage, cereal, fruit, pancakes, and much, much more. Seating from 8 – 11:30 a.m. daily in Nags Head (May through October).

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Stack Em High

If you are looking for a hearty breakfast to start your day off right, head to Stack ‘Em High, the Outer Banks’ favorite pancake house for over 30 years! Conveniently located in Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills, Stack ‘Em High features favorite pancakes like the Blue Crunch (blueberries and pecans), Island Delight (coconut, bananas and pecans) and the Chunky Monkey (bananas and chocolate chips). Guests will also love their mouthwatering waffles, French toast and specialty omelets like the Gyro, Greek, Steak and Chicken fajita omelets. Don’t forget to check out the lunch menu at their Kitty Hawk location. Everyone in your party will find something they love to start their day at Stack ‘Em High.

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Bob’s Grill

Come out to Bob’s Grill where it’s the top of the morning all day long! Guests will love ordering from their delicious breakfast menu throughout the day. Voted as the best breakfast on the beach by locals and visitors, Bob’s Grill has favorites like its bowl of grits with sausage gravy, cheese, onions, peppers, grilled shrimp and Andouille sausage. Locals love Felicia’s Burrito stuffed with three eggs, three cheeses, bacon or links and salsa. Bob’s old-fashioned hotcakes in a variety of flavors are big sellers, along with shrimp and grits, the bonsai bowl made with homemade granola topped with nonfat vanilla yogurt and fruit. There’s something for everyone at Bob’s – where you’ll always be happy to “eat and get the hell out.

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  • Linda Mathias
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    You forgot the Outer Banks Fishing Pier restaurant. Great views and food!

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