Bambino’s is known for using fresh, local ingredients and their creative flair with food. Executive Chef Rudolph Sprinkle and Sous Chef Amanda Wolf prepare favorite dishes as well as new takes on North Carolina and Italian fare. It’s makes for a great mix. The mark of a good restaurant is in its bread, and Bambino’s is made in house! You will dip delicious bread and savor homemade sauce all in view of the Currituck Lighthouse. The menu also offers kid’s choices and family-style platters. Enjoy pasta specials – the ravioli stuffings alone are to die for. And while traditionalists will appreciate the tried and true Italian dishes – spaghetti and meatballs, risotto and more - diners also can try new creations such as Italian-style shrimp and grits and herb-cured pork ribs. Rest assured that the menu always focuses on local seafood and veggies. Homemade desserts that Wolf creates not only are scrumptious but beautiful. End your meal with creamy custard or a divine crème brule creation. Cool down with a gelato or Italian ice cream. Bambino’s has a full bar and decent wine list. The atmosphere is family-friendly. They do take reservations, but walk-ins are welcome. There is some outdoor seating.