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The spectacular view from Rundown Café’s newly renovated upstairs Hula bar deck is unrivaled on the beach. The restaurant offers seating on the deck, as well as more intimate seating inside either the upstairs bar or more family oriented downstairs dining room.  

The restaurant offers full dinner and lunch menus.  You can move on to order a big fat salad, a dish of Asian noodles, or one of their great lunch entrees like the Baja California fish tacos or a fried softshell sandwich. The dinner menu offers like appetizers and sandwiches, but throws in some bigger entrees like the Polynesian ginger chicken and the St. Martin Shrimp. If nothing else tickles your fancy, Rundown also offers a great selection of good old American cheeseburgers (great for a picky child!).

Rundown also offers a full bar that serves until the crowd dies down. Be sure to grab a cocktail after the beach and enjoy the absolutely beautiful ocean view from the new Hula bar deck. Nothing beats a delicious Mai Tai in your hand, a breath of fresh salty sea air, and a view of crashing Atlantic waves.

Rundown is a great place to bring your family after a long day at the beach, mini-golfing, or a Jockey’s Ridge adventure. The restaurant is completely family friendly, no matter where you sit. Be sure to check out the large koi fish swimming in the pond outside!


Kitty Hawk
  • Monday11:30am-2:00am
  • Tuesday11:30am-2:00am
  • Wednesday11:30am-2:00am
  • Thursday11:30am-2:00am
  • Friday11:30am-2:00am
  • Saturday11:30am-2:00am
  • Sunday12:00pm-2:00am
Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Vacationers adore the Outer Banks for its unspoiled stretches of undeveloped shoreline, and some may not initially realize that this sporadic lack of development is completely intentional, and is the result of decades of careful environmental planning. While tourism flourished on the beaches, for generations, locals and visitors alike made inquiries and partnerships with government branches to ensure that certain areas of the Outer Banks would always remain pristine, unspoiled, and open to everyone.