With its aqua and lime exterior, VW bus logo and surf-inspired interior, Noosa is a cheerful addition to the Outer Banks dining scene. Named for a coastal surf town in Queensland, Australia, Noosa pays homage to the owners' Aussie roots. Local seafood is featured on the menu, but the food offerings go beyond the beach to incorporate international flavors, new interpretations of classic dishes and tried-and-true favorites like prime rib, chicken marsala, rack of lamb, seafood pasta and more. The menu offers starters, salads, burgers, sandwiches, entrees and kids' meals, and there are daily specials. Noosa serves lunch and dinner daily and offers indoor and outdoor dining. The full bar stays open late, sometimes with live music. It's one of the few local restaurants that accepts reservations.
Noosa Beach Grille
2003 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 9.75, Kill Devil Hills