Backyard Hangouts 2020
Outer Banks Outdoor Restaurants
A long day at the beach is complete, but you want to squeeze every ounce of fun into your vacation, so you want a place to hangout after dinner. Luckily on the Outer Banks there are places to do just that. The hard part will be
choosing between beach volleyball, going to a beer garden, or relaxing on the Sound, or Ocean!
Join Us in our Backyard Playground! Tortugas’ Lie has been THE place for beach volleyball on the Outer Banks. There are professional nets, a netted perimeter, and a turfed area for spectators. Most evenings in the summer, you’ll find a competitive level of beach doubles volleyball as part of this Outer Banks Outdoor Restaurant. Both courts are challenge courts and we welcome players who are into the beach doubles game to come join us. Even if you are not a player, we invite you to join us for some great volleyball action, a cool beverage, and a fine sunset.
How would you like to have the mighty Atlantic as your backyard? Not many places can lay that claim, but the Outer Banks most favored outdoor place to gather can. Fish Heads in South Nags Head, on the Outer Banks Pier, offers their famous happy hour SHRIMP with a multitude of beers on tap and the best sandwiches on the beach.
OUTER BANKS BREWING STATION
Come hangout in our BACKYARD BEER GARDEN! Outer Banks Brewing Station has a full bar with covered picnic table seating to enjoy your favorite Brewing Station lunch, dinner, cocktail, or one of your favorite Brewing Station Brews. There is plenty of room to enjoy a beautiful Outer Banks sunny day or twilight evening. Join us under the Wind Turbine at Milepost 8.5 on the bypass in Kill Devil Hills.
The only thing we overlook is the water. Enjoy fresh traditional seafood downstairs at Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant or casual small plates and drinks at The Waterfront Sunset Bar & Grill. As the sun sets over the Roanoke Sound, watch the kiteboarders and windsurfers while enjoying a cool and refreshing beverage at Millers Waterfront.