New in 2012, King Tut’s offers a casual place to get a tasty meal without having to worry about the kids getting bored. Quality hot dogs can be enjoyed while the young ones --- or adults ---play some arcade games, pool, ping-pong, Wii games, air hockey or darts. You can even grab a hula-hoop and have a spin! The menu features locally-made preservative-and hormone-free Weeping Radish hot dogs, bratwurst and sausage. Natural casing wieners are available in pork or beef, and bratwurst is German-style or beer style. There are also Nathan’s all beef hot dogs and corn dogs on a stick, among other hot dog choices.

Fixings are provided at a stand-alone counter, where you can help yourself. Plus, the menu includes burgers, chicken tenders, French fries, potato skins, nachos, funnel cakes and giant soft pretzels.  There is also homemade BBQ from Manteo, served on a bun or rolls. Domestic, import, microbrew beers are available, as well as fountain and bottled soda. There is plenty of room to come with a crowd and enjoy the open atmosphere and some fun while filling your stomach with tasty food.  Adults can relax at one of the tables and chairs lining the walls, and the kids can get up and wander around without anyone getting annoyed. 

Nags Head
Hours
  • Monday11:00am-7:00pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-7:00pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-7:00pm
  • Thursday11:00am-7:00pm
  • Friday11:00am-7:00pm
  • Saturday11:00am-7:00pm
  • Sunday11:00am-7:00pm
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Kayaking

Kayaking

Recreation in the Outer Banks centers around the water, so it's no surprise that almost every town on this stretch of North Carolina coastline, from Corolla to Ocracoke, offers kayaking tours, adventures and rentals to seasonal visitors. With so many watery avenues to explore, from small marshy canals littered with wildlife, to crushing ocean waves for extreme ocean kayakers, kayaking on the Outer Banks can cater to all types of vacationers, from novices to experts.