OUTER BANKS RESTAURANTS
The Outer Banks Restaurant Guide helps you answers 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.
2019 Issue - Digi Mag
OBX RESTAURANT LOCATIONS
Types of OBX Restaurants
& Outer Banks Food Culture
& Outer Banks Food Culture
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The 54th Super Bowl is upon us, it’s a showdown between the San Fransico 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs. There are several Outer Banks restaurants that will be showing the game while serving great Super Bowl fare and tasty drinks!! Read on to discover which OBX restaurants will be playing the big game.
The off season is a time for the entire Outer Banks to recharge and prepare for the busy summer months ahead. Nonetheless, there are still many OBX restaurants that will remain open all year round. The Restaurant Guide to the Outer Banks has created a list of OBX Restaurants that are still open for your hungry winter appetites!
Grab your family, friends, co-workers and come "Mingle at the Jingle!" In the spirit of Christmas, Lucky 12 Tavern has transformed themselves into “Jingle 12”, a Christmas Pop-up Bar.
Outer Banks restaurant's that are open around the holiday season!
When the weather is blowing, it feels like it’s been raining for days, and all you want is something to take the chill away. It’s easy to find at least one of these popular Outer Banks soups at almost any restaurant on the OBX.
Carving out time for with your family and friends is probably the most important thing you can do during the holiday season. Just sit back, relax and let someone else do to cooking for a change. For 2019, there are many restaurants open during Thanksgiving on the Outer Banks.
Sometimes the struggle for taking the perfect food photo is real. There is a lot that goes into creating those beautiful photos of food that flood your feed. Have no fear! The Outer Banks Restaurant Guide is here to give you their take on some tips on how to craft the perfect food photo.
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!
Oysters are a seasonal delicacy, and North Carolina’s Outer Banks is a great destination for oyster lovers. Though there are many ways to eat them – oysters on the half shell are an Outer Banks classic. Whether you prefer them raw or steamed. You won’t have to search very far when it comes to finding oysters on the OBX.
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.
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