In Avon, check out the Atlantic Coast Café, adjacent to the Avon Pier and across from Surf or Sound Realty’s Avon office. With breakfast treats, fresh wraps, sandwiches, burgers, smoothies, and a breezy outdoor dining area, it’s a perfect spot to take a break from the sun and enjoy a refreshing bite to eat. Continue reading
Fresh seafood and Hatteras Island go hand in hand, and vacationers can enjoy two opportunities to sample what the Outer Banks has to offer this summer. There are two weekly fish frys on Hatteras Island all summer long, in Avon and Hatteras Village, that are open to the public and offers guests and locals alike a chance to sample some delicious beach home cooking. Continue reading
The Dare County Arts Council (DCAC) invites Hatteras Island residents and visitors to a lively evening of light fare, live music, art, a gorgeous sunset, and neighborly cheer on Monday, May 3, from 6 – 8 p.m., at The Inn on Pamlico Sound on NC Highway 12 in Buxton.
Local artists will show their work, and local musicians The Summertime Blues Band (with special guest musicians joining in), will perform. A number of local restaurants, including The Inn on Pamlico Sound, Rusty’s Surf and Turf, Avon Cafe, Island Perks, Mac Daddy’s and Teach’s Island Bar and Grill, will be on site cooking up some delicious local fair for all attendees to enjoy. Continue reading
Get Ready for 4 Days of Food, Drink & Fun! The Outer Banks of North Carolina 2010 Taste of The Beach Weekend will be March 11-14.
The Outer Banks Restaurant Association (OBRA) has been hosting the Taste of The Beach for over 20 years. This grand food festival event on The Outer Banks of North Carolina will feature wine tastings, cooking classes, special menu presentations, celebrity guest chef appearances by Ed Brantley & Heba Salama from “The Biggest Loser”, brewery tours, tapas crawls and many more events with exciting array of creative combinations of culinary delights and fun activities on the Outer Banks. Continue reading
Mexican food lovers, the wait is over.
After months if not years of speculation and rumors, it has been confirmed that La Fogata, the popular authentic Mexican restaurant with two locations in the Northern Outer Banks, will be coming to Hatteras Island.
Tony Fernandez , one of the 5 partners, says the plan to open a Hatteras Island location for a long time, due mainly to repeat local patron requests. “We have many customers who live south and they say it’s hard to drive all the way here, so we thought it would be nice to open a restaurant there too, and save them a trip.” Continue reading
If you’re spending Thanksgiving on Hatteras Island and want to bring a local touch to the table, then check out the Coastal Harvester’s first annual Farmer’s Market on Tuesday, November 24th, 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The event will be held at the Fesseden Center next to Dillon’s Corner in Buxton, rain or shine, and will feature an ocean of fresh veggies and fresh baked goods to make your island Thanksgiving a little something special. Continue reading
Grab your spoons and your appetite, and get ready for one of the tastiest contests on Hatteras Island. The annual Chicamacomico Banks Fire / Rescue Chili Cook-off is being held on Saturday, September 19th, all day long at the Cape Hatteras KOA on the Rodanthe Oceanfront. Continue reading
If you are wondering what to feed your big party with while you are staying in a vacation home on Hatteras Island consider trying some homemade Carolina BBQ in the crock pot. It is a great way to have dinner ready when you get back from a long day at the beach and you are just not in the mood for cooking.
The non-profit Coastal Harvesters invites North Carolina farmers to participate in the Hatteras Island Farmers’ Market this summer.
“The market will offer high-quality produce and other goods grown in North Carolina,” said Joanne Throne, president of Coastal Harvesters.