The Best Outer Banks Restaurants

There comes a moment in everyone’s life, where you feel like you can finally step back, and take a deep breath. For some of us, it is the moment our vacation begins…and we know that you picture the rest of the vacation to be as simple as possible. We have it covered if you are looking for a great place to eat. We have combined reviews & raves to provide you with=&0=&. Food has come a long way! Visitors love all kinds of food and crave something a little different every day of vacation! The Outer Banks invites you to dine-in casually, dressed up or take it to-go! Flip flops are standard in many restaurants on the Outer Banks, but when you are ready to for fine-dining, we can provide that as well! Enjoy these locations and savor all of the spices of goodness only the Outer Banks can provide! =&1=& =&2=& Bad Bean Taqueria Nicoletta’s Italian Café Fat Crab’s Seafood Mike Dianna’s Grillroom =&3=& Aqua Restaurant The Lifesaving Station Red Sky Café Sunset Grill =&1=& =&5=& Café Franco’s Awful Arthurs Bob’s Grill Kill Devil Grill
Pigman’s BBQ =&1=& =&7=&

Ride the GO-CARTS on the Outer Banks in Kill Devil Hills

You can go zoom zoom & put the pedal to the metal and not worry about blue lights behind you at a Go-cart track on the Outer Banks! One of the many things you see families doing together while on vacation is going to ride the Go-carts. Each kid hopes they are tall enough this year to ride alone and without their parents. There are tracks in Corolla, Kill Devil Hills, & Nags Head. The Go-cart track just a few miles down Collington Road has 3 tracks. One track is for children 4-6 years old, with another track is the Family track where children can ride with the family or race in a single cart, and the last track is the FAST Adult track and no children are allowed. It’s a fun way to beat the heat and enjoy the beach once the sun goes down! Call Outer Banks Blue for details on where to go by your vacation home 877 248 4823!  READ MORE

Waves crashing on the Outer Banks in Kill Devil Hills North Carolina

  Monday is not always a “fun” day but when you can get by the beach…all of that changes. Its a gorgeous way to spend your time, even if noone says a word and all that you do is watch the waves roll in. Many people are fishing the day away on the pier, fishing is a fun hobby for many people traveling to the Outer Banks. What is your favorite thing to do? Call today, and find out what the “catch of the day” is at Outer Banks Blue! =&0=&

Outer Banks Wildlife

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from John Oliver of Richmond Virginia who shares this photo from the back yard of his property in Nags Head.Mr. Oliver is a client of Outer Banks Blue’s Sun and Sea Sales team of Barb Connery, Colleen Shriver, and Anna Sadler.

He thought this would be a good reminder of the variety of wildlife that abounds on the Outer Banks. Indeed it is, and it looks like this little deer has itself an apple to enjoy. What a great shot! READ MORE

Our Outer Banks Family Vacation

This week’s Memory Monday submission comes to us from Kristy and Dave Bishop of Mechanicsville, Maryland who stayed with Outer Banks Blue in July at our property “Heaven Sent” in Nags Head. READ MORE