When you step into Northern Lights Bakery a sign greets you: Sweet Dreams. You can fulfill any sweet dream you are having by delving into a varied offering of confections. They offer donuts, breakfast pastries, cakes, brownies, lemon bars, éclairs, cannolis, cupcakes, pies and cookies. Every thing is baked fresh on the premises. Order up a breakfast sandwich: combinations of ham, egg, cheese, sausage and bacon on your choice of croissant or biscuit. Take home a variety of breads such as baguettes, ciabatta, rolls and focaccia. You can order cakes for special occasions or make any day special with a vanilla sponge, chocolate sponge, chocolate black-out, Anna Banana’s Foster or German chocolate cake or strawberry shortcake. Wander beautiful Corolla while enjoying a fresh fruit tart or flourless chocolate torte. Pies include Bailey’s Key Lime, caramel apple, peach, mixed berry, blueberry or peanut butter cream cheese pie. Coffee selections include a house blend, decaf, cappuccino, latte, mocha and caramel macchiato. Cool down with a lemonade, ice tea or a fresh fruit smoothie. They have two small, round tables onsite where you can enjoy your treats.

Corolla
Hours
  • Monday6:30am-6:00pm
  • Tuesday6:30am-6:00pm
  • Wednesday6:30am-6:00pm
  • Thursday6:30am-6:00pm
  • Friday6:30am-6:00pm
  • Saturday6:30am-3:00pm
  • Sunday6:30am-3:00pm
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Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education

Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education

Corolla, North Carolina is a must see nautical village scented with the spray of the salty sea. It's located on NC Highway 12 along a thin strip of land bordered on the east by the tempestuous Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by the inland waterway of Currituck Sound. Corolla is home to the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, whose beacon first beckoned to sailors at sea in 1875, and to art noveau Whalehead in Historic Corolla, a turn of the century hunt club for sportsmen. The quaint village is also home to one of North Carolina's natural history gems called the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education. The center, which opened in 2006, is an impressive and marvelous 22,000 square foot interpretive center for young and old alike to explore the history and vast diversity of North Carolina's wildlife.