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There are many options for eating out!  Below are many of the restaurants that we’ve discovered.

 

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Billfish Bar & Grill
Billfish Bar
 Billfish Bar & Grill 
With its location on the docks at Teach’s Lair Marina, Billfish Bar & Grill is a great place to watch the boats come in to unload their catch or enjoy a lovely Pamlico Sound sunset. Their menu features appetizers plus daily specials, seafood plates, sandwiches, salads, steaks and so much more. Steamed seafood platters are their specialty. The Billfish has a fun, island-style atmosphere. They offer delicious drinks, including a large selection of draft beers, and feature a full bar. Billfish Bar & Grill is open for lunch and dinner from Memorial Day to Labor Day.  Phone:  (252) 986-0080.  Website:  http://www.teachslair.com/restaurant

 

Teach/'s Lair, North Carolina 12, Hatteras, NC
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The Dancing Turtle Coffee Shop



dancingturtleThe Dancing Turtle
This is a great place for early mornings. Sit relax have your coffee, muffin, and check your email sitting in the restaurant or out on the porch. I love the coffees, teas and the relaxed atmosphere. When I think of vacation at the Outer Banks I think of this delightful place.

58079 NC Highway 12, Hatteras, NC 27943
Phone 252-986-4004
Distance: 1 minute from the beach house
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Breakwater Restaurant

breakwater1Breakwater Restaurant:  Run by Hatteras Island’s native Oden family, The Breakwater at Oden’s Dock offers the village’s most upscale atmosphere for dinner and a long-standing tradition of excellent meals. The second-story restaurant and bar overlook the harbor and its stone breakwater, from which the restaurant gets its name. The view of the sound and the sunsets is breathtaking. The restaurant serves dinner only, featuring creative, contemporary preparations of seafood, beef, chicken, pork and pasta. The fresh-baked bread and desserts are delicious.  Live acoustic entertainment is offered on the deck on some summer evenings. Breakwater now has a full bar.  57896 N.C. Highway 12 at Oden’s Dock, Hatteras Village.    (252) 986-2733   Get more details, including days and hours of operation

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Dinky’s Waterfront Restaurant

dinky-sDinky’s Waterfront Restaurant:  Dinky’s name stems from the fact that the folks at the Village Marina call their small marina “the best little dink marina in town.” This is a cozy, 68-seat restaurant with a great big view.  At sunset, make time to sit at the beautiful African mahogany bar — they now have full bar service. Dinky’s serves dinner only year-round. The fare is traditional American with a creative flair and includes local fresh seafood, beef, poultry, appetizers and lots of specials. Families are welcome and everything is available for take-out.  57980 N.C. Highway 12, Village Marina, Hatteras Village.    (252) 986-2020.

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Gingerbread House Bakery

Gingerbread House Bakery

Gingerbread Eat in, Take out, Delivery. 

The Gingerbread has a good reputation for pizza – they advertise on their sign “the island’s best pizza”. They also have a small salad bar with fresh ingredients and dark green leafy vegetables, not just the usual tasteless iceberg. It’s a good value too, but they are not open on Sundays.  The baked goods are also great -- gingerbread or maybe one of their chocolate brownies.  Phone: 252-995-5204.  Website:  http://www.gbhbakery.com/

52715 Hwy 12, Frisco, NC
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Haoles Sushi & Sake Bar
 

haoles-restaurantHaoles Sushi & Sake Bar

“Haole” is a Hawaiian term meaning “outsider,” but you’ll feel welcome and right at home at this sushi and sake bar located near the Avon pier. Haoles has all the specialty sushi rolls you can imagine along with appetizers, soups, salads, sashimi and nigiri. Give their Fuji roll a try - you really can’t go wrong with tempura lobster, fresh tuna flown in from Hawaii, masago, spring onions, eel sauce and spicy mayo. Haoles uses local fish in their sushi too. They have a full liquor license and offer 20 different kinds of sake. You can eat indoors or out on their deck, and they’re open seven days a week in the summer. Call for off-season hours.  Phone:  (252) 995-SAKE.  Website: Haloes Sushi

41001 Highway 12, Avon, NC
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Happy Belly Ice Cream

Happy Belly Ice CremeHappy Belly Ice Cream:  This is a great spot for a cool, refreshing sweet treat. They serve real fruit smoothies, hand-dipped ice cream in cones, cups, sundaes or shakes, plus fresh-made fudge, saltwater taffy and a great selection of candies. Open daily, Happy Belly is also a WiFi hotspot.   The Shops at Stowe on 12.  Hatteras Village.        (252) 995-2037

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Harbor Delicatessen

harbordeli Harbor Delicatessen

The place offers breakfast, lunch and take-out fare. Breakfast includes biscuit and bagel sandwiches and more.  The lunch menu is large, with lots of specialty sandwiches, seafood salads, daily specials and sides. Their fried chicken, which they fry on Thursday, Friday and Saturday only, is said to be the secret weapon for marlin fishing. In-season they open at 5 a.m. and stay open until 6 p.m. In the off-season they open at 5:30 a.m. and close in the early afternoon. That early opening hour means you can get your day’s eats for the fishing charter; call the day before and they’ll have your boxed lunches waiting for you, but if you’re not that organized you can order your lunch in the morning.

58058 North Carolina 12, Hatteras, NC 27943    (252) 986-2500   Website
 
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Hatterasman
Hatterasman
Fhatterasmanor a fast meal that doesn’t taste like fast food, try The Hatterasman’s tasty burgers, hot dogs, fries, sandwiches, fried fish and kids’ meals for lunch or dinner. We recommend a side of their delicious fried vegetables, and their fries really can’t be beat. The Hatterasman now serves breakfast, featuring a variety of breakfast sandwiches. You can eat in or take it out seven days a week in season. They have WiFi service here.
57449 North Carolina 12, Hatteras, NC 27943    (252) 986-1005

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Ivey Coast Beach House

Ivey Coast Beach House

Ivey Coast Beach House

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Rocco’s Pizza

roccosRocco’s Pizza

Rocco’s is a great, time-tested place in Hatteras Village
for pizza and Italian dishes. For lunch or dinner you can order Italian
specialties, pizza, subs, salads and steamed shrimp. This is a casual,
family-oriented restaurant with delicious food. They do not deliver, but they do serve beer and wine.  Rocco’s is open every day in season (on Sunday they open for dinner only at 4 p.m.) and it closes in the winter.  

57331 N.C. Highway 12,Hatteras Village    (252) 986-2150

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Scratchmade Snackery

Scratch Made SnackeryThe best bakery on Hatteras Island and it's conveniently located in the Village!

OPEN Tuesday through Sunday, 5am to 2pm

Phone: (252) 986-0048

57544 Hwy 12, Hatteras, North Carolina 27943, United States
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Sonny's Restaurant

sonnysSonny's Restaurant

Serving Hatteras for more than 30 years, Sonny’s features breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast is rib-sticking, with fabulous homemade hash browns, omelets, pancakes, homemade biscuits and sausage gravy. Lunch offers burgers, soups and homemade daily specials. Dinner features nightly specials, fresh seafood platters, hand-cut steaks, pasta and mixed grills. Steamer specials include Dungeness crab, Alaskan snow crab legs, shrimp, crawfish, mussels and clams. Sonny’s closes for part of the off-season, so call ahead.   57947 N.C. Highway 12, Hatteras Village            (252) 986-2922

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The Wreck Tiki Bar

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The Wreck Tiki Bar

Hatteras Island’s new happy spot is The Wreck Tiki Bar, located on the docks at Hatteras Landing next to the Hatteras-Ocracoke ferry. The Wreck serves casual fare such as panini sandwiches, nachos and quesadillas with creative touches, along with plenty of cold beer. The atmosphere is laid-back and fun, and outdoor dining on the deck is available; nightly Pamlico Sound sunsets are a highlight here. The Wreck serves lunch and dinner daily, and you can check out their menu on Facebook. Kids’ menus and take-out are also available. The bar stays open late on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights in the summer. Call for off-season hours.  (252) 996-0162;  Website;  Facebook  

Hatteras Landing Marina, 58848 Marina Way, Hatteras, NC