Port O’ Call has been an Outer Banks tradition for nearly 50 years. The large restaurant and entertainment venue offers a unique setting of Victorian antiques and fittings in the lobby, dining rooms and Gas Light Saloon that make this restaurant and nightlife hot spot stand out on the beach.

Port O’ Call serves lunch and dinner daily, featuring an extensive menu of seafood, pasta, beef and poultry as well as a kid’s menu. The menu offers crab leg, shrimp and oyster steamer pots that are popular. You can also enjoy a fine steak or surf and turf entree. Pastas include fettuccini alfredo and chicken parmesan. The restaurant is kid friendly and features a convenient kid’s menu. The restaurant is large enough to handle groups, so plan your next event at Port O’Call. 

The bar area, Gaslight Saloon, offers a dance floor and stage. Local, regional and national acts often take the stage as Port O’Call is one of the best concert venues in the Outer Banks. Other nights, DJs set up and the dance floor gets packed. Don’t be surprised if you see an advertisement for a weekly bikini contest on the marquee, a popular attraction for nightlife in the Outer Banks. 

Port O’Call also has a unique gift shop of victorian inspired items adding to the restaurant’s charm and ambiance.

The restaurant is open seven days a week, 11:30am to 10:00pm, and the night club is open from 10:00pm to 2:00am.