We ate at the Weeping Radish while vacationing in the Outer Banks. The restaurant/brewery does not open until 11 a.m. Tuesday thru Saturday and 12 p.m. on Sundays and is not open at all on Mondays. We arrived shortly after 11 a.m. on a Wednesday in early June and were the only customers present. The atmosphere is very unique and the place was spotless. The wait staff/cooks were very friendly and good at their jobs. Now, on to the food. For an appetizer we had the baked potato soup which was VERY good. For the main dishes we had the sausage sampler and the reuben. The sausage sampler is exactly what it sounds like with four different kinds of sausages served on a bed of sauerkraut with a pretzel. ALL of it is tremendous. The best of which was the kraut. Very very bitey but so good you can not quit eating it. As a matter of fact, the kraut was so good that we decided to delay leaving on our last day of vacation so that we could be at the Weeping Radish at exactly 11a.m. when the restaurant opened. The reuben was the best I have ever had. The reuben comes with a salad and fries both of which were very tasty. There is a very large parking area and the restaurant is EXTREMELY easy to find as it is right beside(west side) Caratoke highway which is state route 158. If you are headed to Nags head or points south on the outer banks I would very much suggest that you stop here for a late lunch/dinner.
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