"Frames at Large offers custom framing with personal assistance in selecting color, design and style. They also sell framed seascape prints and other odds and ends. They are closed on Sundays.read more"
"It’s no coincidence that Blue Moon Beach Grill is at the top of this list!. Ranked the best of Nags Head Restaurants on both TripAdvisor and Yelp, this Nags Head eatery serves up a scrumptious spread of seafood and more. Order the Mahi Mahi BLT or Crab Cake sandwich, and wash it down with a craft beer."
"Once in a blue moon, you get to taste life on a sandbar," say the folks at this laidback spot, which serves up a boatload of seafood offerings alongside a long list of cocktails and nostalgic beachy décor (think buoy garland and surfboards everywhere)."
"Enjoy the beautiful ocean view as you dine on the Outer Banks Fishing Pier in South Nags Head. Not only is the restaurant on the water, they also have some of the best live music around. Their most popular menu items include conch fritters, fish tacos, homemade tuna salad, homemade crab cake sandwiches, or their grilled fish sandwiches."
"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"
"You’re getting a piece of the Nags Head area’s best pie when you order from Slice Pizzeria. Order by the slice, or jump into a 16” Chicago Style or Baked Ziti pizza. Their menu also includes other Italian staples like Chicken Parmigiana and Sausage & Peppers."
"It does not matter what time you visit the Nags Head Pier House Restaurant, we will serve you exactly as the sun climbs until the trendy hours at midnight. Play along the shore with your partner and children. This oceanfront restaurant is likely to create room for you once you require nourishment after a fun game."
"Specializing in the fine art of reuse, Seagreen Gallery occupies a beloved Outer Banks landmark (the original Gray's department store, c. 1946) that has been given a new life. It's filled to its rustic rafters with whimsical, original and creative items, such as signs made from assembled license plate letters (they do custom), Mason jar lamps, maps, mirrors and birdhouses made from tumbled vintage glass...read more"