What makes the Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head restaurants special? Their selection and variety on the beach is unparalleled, ranging from pizza parlors, seafood shacks, Mexican fare, burger joints, dive bars, upscale Southern cuisine and more – a big change from the classic fish baskets that the Outer Banks was known for years ago (those are still available, though, and still just as delicious). Nags Head restaurants have food to feed every type of soul, be it the carnivore, omnivore, vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian or sweet tooth. Some Nags Head restaurants embrace their coastal environment and let the theme influence their menus, while others might make you feel as though you’re visiting an eclectic upscale restaurant in a big city. All these eateries’ menus are diverse and full of flavorful dishes, but the various Nags Head restaurant specials that they offer – when they’re offered – definitely deserve considerable recognition. Nags Head restaurant specials are the products of trained chefs, bakers and bartenders getting a chance to expand their creativity. You might get the chance to sample gourmet salads, fresh catch of the day seafood, omelet du jour creations and dessert masterpieces that have never been served before or are beloved items that didn’t make it on the menu.
Additional Nags Head Restaurant Specials
The Nags Head restaurant specials (as well as the ones in Kill Devil Hills and Kitty Hawk) extend beyond culinary concoctions. A special could also be two free sides with the purchase of a seafood basket or a buy a latte and get one free type of deal. Either way, you’ll leave Nags Head restaurants looking forward to learning what the next day’s specials will bring.
Since there are so many dining options in these towns and you can learn about every Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head restaurant here. But don’t limit yourself to just these towns. There are essential Outer Banks restaurants north and south of here that are worth a drive to visit them. Learn about all the restaurant specials being offered throughout Outer Banks restaurants.