OUTER BANKS RESTAURANTS
Restaurants are open at 50% capacity.
The Outer Banks Restaurant Guide helps you answer the question “What’s the Best Restaurant on The Outer Banks.” Explore OBX Seafood Restaurants, Family Friendly, BBQ, All You Can Eat Seafood Buffets, Unique Cuisines, and locations for any meal. Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner, take-out, or late-night places to eat, you will find restaurants that are near you in Corolla, Duck, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Hatteras Island, and Currituck.
You can select restaurants based on unique features, your budget, or cuisines that you or your large group are hunger for. Explore up to date menus, get directions, and call for more information.
Seafood is available right in our own backyard. As a result, dining out at Outer Banks Seafood Restaurants is essential to your vacation experience. We have “fresh off the dock” seafood available on a near-daily basis. You can find blue crabs, oysters, crabs and many varieties of fish.
For the non-seafood lovers, there are North Carolina Barbeque Restaurants, Steak Houses and even more imaginative cuisines. Whether you’re craving Asian, Italian, Mexican, or something with a Caribbean flare, there is sure to be something to please your palate on the Outer Banks.
As for the atmosphere, you won’t find it better than on the Outer Banks. Many OBX Waterfront restaurants feature panoramic water views and outdoor decking to enjoy a notorious sunset.
Whatever your preferences, budget, or group size, the Outer Banks has great places to eat from Corolla to Hatteras Island. 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 is in the Outer Banks Restaurant Guide.
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