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Situated in the quaint, waterfront town of Manteo, this café  offers gastro-pub dining with great OBX eats in a casual, street-scape setting.  The menu is varied and eclectic with fresh Outer Banks seafood, Angus steaks, great burgers, Baked Brie, homemade Quiche, outstanding soups, flavor-packed sandwiches, Low country Shrimp and Grits, Fish and Chips (the best on the beach),  many vegetarian selections and a kids menu.

There is a full menu available for both lunch and dinner with an extensive wine list. Sit inside in the transformed brick depot, outside in the pet-friendly beer garden or in ‘The Pub’, which houses the smallest, coolest brewery on the East Coast.

What really sets the Full Moon apart from other local eateries is the brewery.  Concentrating on British style ales, The Full Moon Café uses only imported English malt, hops and yeast to recreate classic pub fair.  All of their brews are made in house, in small batches. It is out of this tiny space that owner Paul Charron and head brewer Owen Sullivan produce world class beers.  Their brews swept the World Beer Championship in 2014, with all eight entries raking in bronze and silver medals!

Come in and try The Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, a Russian Imperial Stout (be careful it has vicious little teeth), Lost Colony brown ale, Old Bitch barley wine, Manteo Porter, Charon Stout, Devils Own IPA, Baltimore Blond and much, much more.

Sharon and Paul are celebrating their 20th year with the Full Moon Café and Brewery.  They invite you to grab your kids and your dog and head over to historic Manteo on Roanoke Island.
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Manteo
Hours
  • Monday11:00am-08:00PM
  • Tuesday11:00am-08:00PM
  • Wednesday11:00am-08:00PM
  • Thursday11:00am-08:00PM
  • Friday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-9:00pm
  • Sunday11:00am-03:00PM
Bodie Island

Bodie Island

Bodie Island tends to cause a lot of confusion, for both the pronunciation of its name as well as its precise location. This small strip of the Outer Banks doesn't get a lot of attention, and most North Carolina visitors simply pass through the area on their way to or from the Hatteras and Ocracoke Island resort towns, or make a quick stop for an up-close-and-personal view of the Bodie Island Lighthouse.