Pizzazz Pizza Company

Pizzazz Pizza Company

Located on the Outer Banks since 1986, Pizzazz Pizza recently opened its latest restaurant in Nags Head, at the Shoppes at 10.5 off the Bypass at Milepost 10.5.

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Darrell's 2 Restaurant Nags Head

Darrell's 2 Restaurant Nags Head

Great lunch specials and dinner entress - a mix of seafood and comfort food. 

Red Drum Grille and Taphouse

Red Drum Tap House has become a Nags Head tradition for locals & visitors alike. For over 10 years, we’ve offered a hearty fare in a casual & relaxed atmosphere complimented by a great selection of 18...

The Dunes Restaurant

The Dunes is a favorite local restaurant that’s been in business since 1982 and keeps reinventing itself. And each time, it gets even better.  In the last few years, it’s embraced the local food...

Pamlico Jack's

Dubbed a “pirate hideaway," Pamlico Jack’s has fun with the buccaneer theme while still serving up a tasty meal in a beautiful setting. With its location on the Roanoke Sound, it’s pretty much...

Taiko Japanese Restaurant

Since 2000, Taiko, located on the north wing of Outer Banks Mall,  has served exceptional Japanese cuisine to sushi lovers and those who appreciate an interesting Asian twist to vegetarian, seafood, meat, noodles...

Subway

When you need a fresh and custom sub sandwich your way, you can always rely on Subway. With more than 34,000 locations around the world, you no doubt have experienced this successful fast food chain and no why...

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Kelly's Outer Banks Restaurant & Tavern

A local favorite for 25 years, Kelly’s  is the one of the few places to go on the Outer Banks where you can have an early dinner, stay for a few drinks and then dance until the wee hours on a wonderful wooden...

Yellow Submarine

Established in 1976 in Nags Head, Yellow Submarine was the first eatery on the Outer Banks to offer oven-baked subs. Since then, the menu has expanded considerably to include hand-tossed pizza with fresh sauce and...

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.

Jolly Roger

Jolly Roger

When you first catch sight of The Jolly Roger, you might be unsure exactly what to think of it. Since its conversion from a gas station/grocery store to a restaurant in 1972, The Jolly Roger has been anything but your ordinary Outer Banks restaurant. “We’re eclectic, it’s crazy. You’ll not find another Jolly Roger; there’s no rhyme or reason to this place—and that’s what people love about it,” says owner Carol
Ann Angelos.

OBX Biplanes

OBX Biplanes

OBX Biplanes offers open cockpit air tours of the Outer Banks and boasts one of the area's "most exciting things to do." The company describes the biplane tour as like a trip back in time - much like an “Out of Africa” flying experience of feeling “the wind in your hair, the sun on your face and joy in your heart."