A Little Outer Banks Help?

Old Nov 4th, 2006, 05:53 AM
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A Little Outer Banks Help?

My wife and I will be at the Outer Banks the weekend of 11/11/06. I am running the inaugural Outer Banks Marathon, and I expect to have a HUGE appetite!

We're staying at the luxurious Ramada Inn in Kill Devil Hills (so I can catch a shuttle bus to the start of the race).

We've been to OBX once before, but that was 10 years ago. Care to share your restaurant and/or watering hole recommendations? (We like seafood a lot and are partial vegetarians--except for the seafood.)
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Old Nov 4th, 2006, 07:06 AM
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I asked the same question this summer and I just topped the thread for you to read. It's "Outer Beach Restaurants" Enjoy!
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We were in Kill devil hills last September and had a great seafood dinner at Port o'Call restaurant 504 S.Va.Dare Trail Kitty Hawk.Paul
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Opps beach dweller, just noticed my typo! The thread I topped for you is, "Outer BANKS Restaurants"
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I go to the Outer Banks 3 to 4 times per year, and could recommend Windmill Point Restaurant. We just ate there and the food was terrific. Lots of nice nautical antiques from the USS United States, including all of the dining room chairs. We had a nice view of the water and there were still windsurfers going at it in wetsuits. MP 16.5
www.windmillpointrestaurant.com

Another good formal restaurant is the Black Pelican in nearby Kitty at NC 12 at Milepost 4.

There is a good sushi place called Fuji Mountain. They also do teppanyaki.

Another good seafood option is Carolina Seafood Buffet. It will be a little closer to you at MP 6 1/4.

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Wow,

thanks everyone! More good restaurants than we'll have time to try.

cd, thanks for topping the other thread; it was very helpful.
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