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Henry’s Restaurant offers down home, simple food done Outer Banks style. This is the kind of delicious food grandmothers of North Carolina have been cooking for generations. You’ll feel like you're visiting family with the comfort food and the restaurant’s nautical-style decor.

The kid-friendly and casual restaurant has been serving hearty portions to locals and visitors since 1989. Breakfast is what Henry’s does best, although it’s a wonderful restaurant for lunch and dinner as well. Start your day with incredible hotcakes, omelets, biscuits, french toast, eggs benedict, breakfast sandwiches, and even fried trout, served 7:00am to 1:00pm daily.

You’ll leave fueled for your day and inspired by the friendly service. Lunch is served 11:00am to 4:00pm and offers a large menu of appetizers, sandwiches, salads, luncheon platters, seafood and desserts.

Appetizers include shrimp cocktail, fried oysters, crab balls and clam chowder. Luncheon platters offer prime rib, hamburger steak and North Carolina BBQ, with home style sides such as cole slaw, mashed potatoes and hush puppies.

Seafood platters offer shrimp, flounder, crab cake and soft shell crab. The dinner menu is served beginning at 4:00pm and offers steaks, pasta, sandwiches,  all you can eat local seafood options, and lighter fare for those that are watching what they eat. 

Delicious desserts include lemon meringue pie, pecan pie, brownie pie and hot fudge sundae among other options. If you haven’t enjoyed a home style meal in a while, Henry’s will take good care of you. Henry’s offers southern food and hospitality at its best.

 

 

 

Kill Devil Hills
Hours
  • Monday7:00am-2:00pm
  • Tuesday7:00am-8:00pm
  • Wednesday7:00am-8:00pm
  • Thursday7:00am-8:00pm
  • Friday7:00am-8:30pm
  • Saturday7:00am-8:30pm
  • Sunday7:00am-2:00pm
Outer Banks Nature Spots

Outer Banks Nature Spots

With 150 miles of pristine coastline, and some of the East Coast's largest swaths of undisturbed maritime forest, the Outer Banks is a popular destination for nature lovers. As an important spot on America's "Flyway," which is the route that migrating birds take on their northern and southern treks across the country, the Outer Banks is the temporary home to hundreds of species of birds. Combine this with the number of deer, foxes, waterfowl, fish, turtles, and even alligators, and it's clear that the Outer Banks is truly a wild vacation destination.