The Outer Banks Shrimp Cook-off is held every year on the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina. Chefs from across the area will create tasty shrimp dishes for attendees and judges to vote on. All proceeds benefit the Outer Banks Center for Dolphin Research. The event is held every year at Ocean Boulevard Bistro and Martini Bar in Kitty Hawk. This year it will be held November 6th, from 12 p.m.
Outer Banks Restaurant Week kicks off Friday, October 28 and continues through Saturday, November 5. The weeklong event gives local Outer Banks food fanatics and visitors, the chance to savor a full three course meal for a fixed price at participating Outer Banks restaurants. There are no coupons or specials passes needed, just check out this list of participating Outer Banks restaurants and order of the OBX Restaurant Week Menu. Just remember to tip your waiter or waitress, gratuity and sales tax are not included in the fixed price.
In honor of Outer Banks Restaurant Week, Sun Realty has attempted to solve one of the many “good” dilemmas during your Outer Banks vacation: where to eat. Some of our own chimed in with their favorites:DeAnna in Duck: I love Goombays (in Kill Devil Hills)! It's a very relaxed atmosphere. They have a fantastic brunch on Sundays. My favorite is the banana french toast with applewood smoked bacon.
Outer Banks Restaurant Week kicked off on Saturday, May 14 with the "Colington Crab Classic and Soft Shell Showdown". Judges tasted their way through soft shell delicacies and picked a winner between Team Outer Banks and Team Hampton Roads.Did you miss last weekend's events? Don't worry there's still plenty to do! And all week long participating Outer Banks eateries are offering a $20 or a $35 menu or both!
Some things just never go out of style... John's Drive In in Kitty Hawk is an Outer Banks classic. As a matter of fact, EVERYTHING about John's is retro 1960s.Located on the Beach Road (the "official" address being 3716 Virginia Dare Trail), John's Drive In is within walking distance of many Kitty Hawk vacation rentals. It's a beach shack with limited parking and some picnic tables. Fancy? No. Yummy? Yes!
3/25/11-The Blue Moon Beach Grill recently reopened its doors after major renovations. The premise for this restaurant is creating a once-in-a-blue-moon experience.The cuisine is a mix of local seafood, southern cuisine, all with a Caribbean twist.
The Weeping Radish Farm and Brewery located in Grandy, NC is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Wednesday, March 23 from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. In order to commemorate this milestone, the Weeping Radish brewers have developed am Indian Pale Ale (IPA). This 25th anniversary beer uses hops from the Asheville, NC area, fitting into the Farm to Fork theme, which has been the trademark of the Weeping Radish. The Weeping Radish was the first microbrewery to open its doors in the state of North Carolina. Now 25 years later, over 40 microbreweries can be found in North Carolina.
Event: 2nd Annual Porkin’ Ain’t EZDate: Saturday Mar 19, 2011 Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pmPresented By: 2011 Taste of the Beach, Pigman’s Bar-B-Que and EZ MaloneLocation: Pigman’s Bar-B-Que in Kill Devil Hills, NC
Go For: The legendary Pigman’s BBQ that will make you feel like summer arrived early! If this year's Porkin’ Ain’t EZ is as successful as 2010, this cookout/concert is sure to become a permanent part of the Taste of the Beach weekend. Attendees will enjoy Pigman’s famous St.
Chances are if you’ve been to the Outer Banks more than once, you’ve had the chance to check out the Outer Banks Brewing Station in Kill Devil Hills. Combining delicious food and tasteful brews, the Outer Banks Brewing Station is a local’s favorite and is famous for being America’s first wind powered brewery and nightclub.