Outer Banks Brunch (with Bloody Marys)
Greetings weekend warriors, lovers of Bloody Mary’s, and all things that go along with Outer Banks brunch!
Whether you’re searching for a cozy spot to chat with some friends, or wrangling the whole fam together for some of the best waterfront views, there are countless breakfast destinations around the Outer Banks to fulfill your hangry needs. Read on to discover all the most delicious breakfast, brunch, and Bloody Mary spots around the OBX.
Breakfast in Duck is covered daily starting at 8am till 11am. Sunset Grille is located on the best waterfront property on the Outer Banks in the town of Duck. Enjoy an Acai Bowl while overlooking the Currituck Sound. Or grab a Sunset Breakfast Bowl – diced sweet potatoes with pork belly, spinach, fire roasted pepper, and onions topped off with a fried egg, traditional basil pesto, balsamic glaze and of course a great Bloody Mary.
A true Outer Banks gem for over 25 years! Argyles is a far- to-table restaurant with a menu that has a range of options to satisfy everyone in the family. Breakfast is served at Argyles on Saturdays and Sundays starting from 8am till noon. From Fresh Fruit Crepes to Eggs Benedict Oscar, to Grand Marnier French Toast or Egg White Omelets, start your day off right at Argyle’s Restaurant for breakfast!
TRiO is all about simple pleasures, authentic flavors, and good times. More than just a restaurant and bar, TRiO is a gathering spot. Just like everything else that they do, TRiO puts a twist on some favorites and serves them with creative cocktails from the bar. Break out of the eggs, pancakes, and bacon rut with their European-inspired dishes. Their Champagne Brunch is served 11am till 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.
KILL DEVIL HILLS
Breakfast is served every day at the Jolly Roger starting at 6am until 2:00pm. The Jolly’s authenticity and originality are what keeps guests coming back time and again. They are known for their bottomless Bloody Mary’s and mimosas, and breakfast favorites include the Eggs Benedict, pancakes and home fries, all made in-house from fresh ingredients. From the unique atmosphere to the unmistakably home-cooked cuisine, everything about the Jolly Roger is welcoming, warm, and completely unlike any other restaurant in the area.
The Outer Banks’ original pancake houses in Kill Devil Hills. Family owned and operated for 34 years, Stack’Em High Pancakes uses farm-fresh eggs and produce. They are known for their Belgian waffles, sausage gravy, homemade biscuits, and pancakes, of course. Serving breakfast and only breakfast from 7am till 1pm.
Whether you’re looking for lunch, dinner, brunch, bar food, or drinks, The Brewing Station’s got you covered. From their gluten-free options to specialty desserts and handcrafted beers, there’s something for everyone’s tastes. Bartender’s Brunch is every Sunday at the Brewing Station, starting at 11:30am serving until 3pm.
A funny name and a great business! Dirty Dick’s Crab House serves a breakfast buffet from 8am till 11:30am. Adults are $12.99, seniors are $10.99, and there is a kid’s special buffet (ages 10 & under) for $5.99. Dirty Dick’s has two Outer Banks locations in Nags Head and Avon. Dirty Dick’s is the place for Outer Banks brunch.
Millers Waterfront, aka sunset central, where the only thing they overlook is the water. You can even come by boat! Their convenient dock makes it easy to stop in for a visit. Enjoy a Soft Shell Crab Bloody Mary during brunch on Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 10am. The Waterfront Sunset Bar and Grill is the newest addition to the Miller’s experience and is said to have the best views in Nags Head.
Not many restaurants on the OBX sit over the water, and offer plenty of water view seating. So come relax and enjoy a Sunday Brunch at Sugar Creek. Brunch is from 11am till 3pm. Something different from the rest, Sugar Creeks brunch menu features Brunch Starters. Begin with the Southern Fried Green Tomatoes with pepper jelly and goat cheese crumbles, and then enjoy a choice between one of their delicious Outer Banks Brunch Entrees or Brunch Sandwiches. Sugar Creek Soundfront Restaurant is family owned, and they work hard to ensure that customers enjoy the view, service, and most of all the food.
The Basnight family has a tradition by serving only the freshest OBX seafood, caught in local waters. Their vegetables are “just picked” from NC farms. They serve only all natural beef and poultry. Even the herbs are grown in their own chemical-free garden onsite. Indulge in a delicious and lavish Sunday Brunch at Basnight’s.