Posts Categorized: restaurants

The Joy of Asian in the Outer Banks: BuddhaLicious and Other Asian Restaurants

  Cravin’ Asian? Here’s Your Guide to the Best South-East Asian Restaurants in the OBX Everyone loves a good Asian restaurant. Who doesn’t have their go-to Chinese dish that they love? Who doesn’t love to indulge in great sushi or a hibachi grill experience? And even the spicy sweetness of Thai cuisine is taking the… Read more »

7 Pizza Spots in Outer Banks

  Craving pizza? Here are 7 pizza spots in Outer Banks! There’s nothing quite like the perfect pizza slice. My ideal slice entails crispy, yet chewy charred crust. The marinara sauce is peppery and doesn’t interfere with the crust’s crispiness. To me, achieving that ratio is an art form. Then, there are the toppings. In… Read more »

Breakfast Places in Outer Banks

  Start off your day right at one of these great breakfast places in the Outer Banks!   OBX Coffee Co. 807-L Ocean Trail (Highway 12), Corolla, NC / 252-543-0200 Freshly roasted coffee from around the world Espresso-based drinks Smoothies, milkshakes and ice cream Breakfast wraps Lunch wraps and sandwiches   SAVE with the coupon… Read more »

Drinks and Appetizer Places in the Outer Banks

  Check out these great spots in the Outer Banks for drinks and appetizers! Salt Water Grill 811 Ocean Trail, Corolla, NC / 252-453-2101 One of the largest Craft Beer selections on the Northern Outer Banks Extensive Wine List Daily wine and beer features Hand-crafted and selected cocktails All-natural meats Locally-sourced produce   SAVE with… Read more »

Places to Eat in the Outer Banks

  Looking for a great place to have lunch or dinner while in the Outer Banks? Check out these great places!   Flying Fish Cafe and Wine Bar 2003 South Croatan Highway, Kill Devil Hills, NC / 252-441-6894 Elegant, yet causal indoor restaurant Fresh local seafood Daily specials Salads, Starters, Entrees, Kid’s Menu and Desserts… Read more »

8 Gluten Free Restaurants in the Outer Banks

  Stay True to Your Eating Habits While in the OBX! Most gluten-free people are excluding this protein in order to treat a disease known as celiac, but more and more people are switching to a gluten-free diet in order to live a more healthy and creative lifestyle. When traveling to the Outer Banks, you… Read more »