"While it's not technically in Nags Head, this brewpub in neighboring Kill Devil Hills is worth a stop: Their handcrafted beers are made on-site in a wind-powered brewery. Plus, they serve wine and cocktails for those few who aren't riding the craft brew train."
"The brewing station offers something to do every day of the week!. You may recognize this local brewery by their windmill when you're driving down the bypass. They host live music and have a backyard area for fun and games!"
"If ice cream is what you’re looking for, the Outer Banks has
more options than you can imagine. One of the most popular spots is Big Bucks. With locations in Corolla, Kitty Hawk, and Manteo, you can get your ice cream
fix with ease."
"Owens’ is a relaxed, Southern-style, white-tablecloth restaurant located just steps from Jennette’s Pier and Whalebone Park in Nags Head, North Carolina. The restaurant just recently celebrated its 73rd anniversary, making it one of the oldest family-run restaurants in Nags Head and the Outer Banks. The restaurant prides itself on preparing dishes with the freshest seafood and ingredients available, as well as using locally sourced produce."
"In operation since 1946, this local favorite is the place to eat when you’re looking for some of the finest seafood in town. Owens’ specialty dishes include Pecan Crusted Scallops, North Atlantic Salmon, and Yellowfin Tuna. Or, try one of their “Coastal Comforts” creations like Jumbo Lump Crabcake and Coconut Shrimp."
"You know the familiar golden-arched brand with a reputation for long providing the nation with hamburgers, chicken nuggets, french fries and other fast-food classics. McDonald's has a few locations on the Outer Banks, so you're never too far from a Big Mac when the craving strikes. Their convenient placement along the highway also makes stopping by easy and takes no time out of reaching your...read more"
"Kelly’s Catering has been the face of cuisine in Nags Head for over 30 years. The locals, neighbors, heritage and local waters are important to this company. So they feature fresh, local seafood, Outer Banks Catch and coastal cuisine to promote the local business owners."
out these two sweet stops: Mom’s Sweet Shop in Kill Devil Hills and The Spot in
Nags Head. While they’re both very unique and I highly recommend checking them
both out, they do have some similarities in their menu and offer healthy
options with ingredients like acai, pitaya, hemp seeds, coconut, turmeric, and
bee pollen. Here are my personal favorite menu items from each one."
"Brought to you by the owners of Secret Spot Surf Shop, The Spot is a fun, surf-inspired shop where you’re sure to find something to satisfy your sweet tooth … and your healthy tooth too!. The Spot has a wide variety of ice cream flavors, milkshakes, smoothies and other morning and mid-day snacks to go. If you really want to energize your day, be sure...read more"
"We offer the first, full menu of Acai & Pitaya Bowls in the Outer Banks, with over 10 recipes and 3 sizes to choose from, we'll have exactly what you crave. In addition, we blend delicious real fruit smoothies and offer over 20 flavors of Hershey Ice Cream to satisfy your sweet tooth."
Top Best Restaurants in Coquina Beach
Village Pizza of Nags Head
4.8 (359 ratings)
Family-owned pizza place offering wings, ice cream & other comfort bites in relaxed environs.
"If you love breakfast food (and who doesn’t really) then you will love Sam & Omie’s menu in the morning. One of the oldest restaurants on the Outer Banks, the establishment was originally founded with the goal of providing a filling early morning meal for the fisherman who had a long day on the water ahead of them. Sam & Omie’s has all of your breakfast favorites including omelets, hash browns, hotcakes, and more."
"Art lovers and collectors must stop in Seaside and wander through the 13 rooms of incredible fine art and other treasures. The Smith family opened the gallery in 1961 and still operates Seaside today in its original location. The gallery showcases 2,000 original works by local and world-renowned artists, including original work from masters such as Picasso and Rembrandt as well as coastal paintings, fine...read more"
"They have a sparkly winged horse in front of the gallery that provides a great photo opportunity. Inside you’ll find the work of at least 40 local artists in a variety of mediums including jewelry, ceramics, acrylic, watercolor, fibers, collage, mosaic, oils, photography, pottery, woodcarving, glass and metals. The gallery is operated by 25...read more"
"The 5-acre Dowdy Park is a popular place for relaxation, play and entertainment. The park includes an amphitheater, green space, restrooms, a fitness trail, basketball and pickleball courts, a bocce area and an unusual playscape/playground for kids, and it's the site of local events, festivals and live music. You'll find it on the Bypass in Nags Head, next to Nags Head Elementary School on the...read more"