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Sweetie and I were craving fresh, local seafood and decided on BJ’s Carolina Café in Jarvisburg for a quintessential, coastal-country lunch.

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  • Story and photos by Amy Huggins Gaw
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Sometimes hunger hits at inconvenient times. Fortunately, there are a slew of local eateries, grocery stores and filling stations that offer grab-and-go options to keep your blood sugar level.

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  • By Donna Gable Hatch Editor
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There are plenty of reasons to visit the Outer Banks, and one of them is the incredible just-caught seafood served at area restaurants. Any seafood-lover will tell you that it’s very easy to taste the difference between previously frozen fish and something fresh from the boat — regardless of…

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  • By Amy Gaw
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Old Nags Head Café, located directly across from Jockey’s Ridge, is a local treasure. It might even be labeled a “best kept secret”— if a three-decades old restaurant that’s visible from both the bypass and the beach road can be called secretive.

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Kristina and Mark McCleary, chef-owners of Northern Light Bakery in Corolla, are celebrating their tenth year in business and life has never been sweeter. The wife and husband team opened their European style bakery in 2007 and have added new treats every season since.

  • By Amy Gaw
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Disguised as an unassuming sandwich shop, a tiny Nags Head eatery and catering kitchen has steadily made its way into the hearts and homes of locals and visitors, one bite at a time. Hard work and dedication to the joy of food is apparent in everything created by Johanna and Justin Lachine a…

  • By Amy Gaw, contributing writer
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When a hungry patron can walk through the front door of a 30-year-old waterside restaurant, take a purposeful, deep breath and exhale into instant bliss, the visit is already notable.

  • By Amy Gaw, Contributing writer
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The catering division of Stack ‘Em High restaurant in Kitty Hawk has been newly christened Kiki’s Kitchen. The name change pays homage to the spirited matriarch, chef and restaurant diva Kiki Kiousis, who, with her husband, Perry, began Stack ‘Em High in Kill Devil Hills in 1968 and still fr…

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Handmade tortillas are always in season at Outer Banks Taco Bar (OBTB) in Kitty Hawk. Whether flipped on the griddle for tacos, deep fried for empanadas or cut into quarters for nachos, a freshly made corn tortilla is a tasty way to begin a dish, and you can find them in abundance and stuffe…

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  • By Amy Gaw Contributing Writer
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Burgers and oysters. Two excellent reasons to plan a visit to Two Roads Tavern in Seagate North Shopping Center in Kill Devil Hills, where fine burgers and briny oysters are the main menu attractions.

  • By Amy Gaw Contributing writer
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Along with fresh seafood, Ms. Vicki serves up delicious take-out fare and plenty of local knowledge.

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Country-style home-cooking favorites can be found just over the bridge on the Currituck mainland.

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The Outer Banks’ first Peruvian restaurant has a special kind of magic.

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Influences of the Outer Banks, Philly and an Italian grandmother come together in Nags Head eatery.

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Avon eatery is worth a quick stop for burgers and sandwiches.

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You can’t go wrong with good food in legendary Outer Banks location.

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Contemporary Asian cuisine with a few Southern and coastal twists makes this one a standout on the Outer Banks.

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Hidden away in Jarvisburg is a delicious coffee shop and café.

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Fresh food and a waterfront make an excellent combination in Manteo.

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Chefs Amanda and Randolph Sprinkle are doing coastal Southern right in Colington.

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Nags Head’s sweet spot offers old-school and new-school treats.