Outer Banks Soups
“Winter is Coming” and all of us need something to help chase away the cold weather chills. The colder months of the year call for comfort food, and delicious soups, stews, and bisques. There’s nothing better than a hot bowl of soup to warm you up after a long day. As we approach the chiller months, soups come back into the picture of being that trusty winter staple to get us through the season. And lucky for us, there are many Outer Banks restaurants that offer a bowl of soup to keep us warm all season long.
Over the years Fishbones Raw Bar & Restaurant has offered the best in creative Caribbean style Cuisine combined with fresh local Outer Banks Seafood to complement its upbeat casual dining atmosphere. ‘Tis the season to warm up with their Roasted Butternut Squash & Granny Smith Apple soup. Available in cup, bowl, or a quart.
Cooler fall weather calls for some hearty Chicken & Pastry! This soup is comfort food at it’s finest. High Cotton BBQ is an authentic, Eastern North Carolina Barbeque restaurant right here on the Outer Banks. The restaurant is filled with the aroma of slow cooked barbecue. As a result, you’ll work up an appetite as soon as you walk in.
When you walk through the door at Owens’ Restaurant it feels like coming home. Owens’ is a family restaurant in every sense of the word. Owens’ Lobster Bisque will keep you coming back for more all winter long! Maine lobster in a creamy soup, laced with sherry.
Other tasty soups commonly found at Outer Banks Restaurants.
When the wind 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.
She Crab Soup – Made from the delectable blue crab in a full-bodied creamy bisque.
Hatteras Clam Chowder – Clams, potatoes, bacon, carrots, celery, onions, and black pepper in clam broth.
New England Clam Chowder – Homemade chowder with onions, celery, apple wood bacon, and clams in a thick cream sauce.