The Sea Ranch Resort’s Beachside Bistro is one of the rare gems in the Outer Banks where you can drink or dine right next to the beach for the ultimate seaside view. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant’s menu offers creative, moderately priced American coastal cuisine. 

Enjoy the ocean views while dining in or enjoying the salty air outside on the oceanfront deck. For breakfast, you can enjoy a large buffet of all your favorite dishes, including pancakes, eggs, bacon and sausage among many other options. One of the best treats to start your day would be to order a frozen mimosa from the bar!

For lunch and dinner, the Carolina BBQ Eggrolls are a popular appetizer featuring beer braised pork with fresh shredded cabbage and sweet dipping sauce. 

Popular lunch options include sandwiches such as the Tropical Chicken Sandwich, Roast Beef Wrap, Pistachio Smoked Tuna Salad Melt or Fried Oyster Po’Boy. Dinner entrees include Hand Breaded Chicken Tenders, NC Barbecue Plate or Shrimp Plate. 

The Beachside Bistro is a great place to host an event, such as a birthday lunch or a rehearsal dinner. The restaurant can accommodate large parties with call ahead seating. The Sea Ranch Resort also is a great place to host a wedding. Guests can stay in oceanfront rooms, the ceremony can take place on the beach just outside, and the reception can be catered with the delicious food from Beachside Bistro.

Seasonal hours may vary.

Kill Devil Hills
  • Monday7:00am-10:00pm
  • Tuesday7:00am-10:00pm
  • Wednesday7:00am-10:00pm
  • Thursday7:00am-10:00pm
  • Friday7:00am-10:00pm
  • Saturday7:00am-10:00pm
  • Sunday7:00am-10:00pm
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Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station

Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station

The Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station is one of Rodanthe's greatest treasures. This historical lifesaving station has been a popular attraction for Hatteras Island visitors for decades, and stands on the very edge of the small town of Rodanthe. Over the years, this station has been battered by hurricanes, ocean and soundside flooding, and ferocious gusts of winds, and yet it is still standing, and serves as a proud reminder of Hatteras Island and the Outer Banks' rich lifesaving history.