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This local, Outer Banks restaurant is now in it's 35th anniversary season. That's probably why it's called a 'Nags Head Tradition' by locals. Currently open for breakfast daily. Weekends - spring and fall - and daily in the summer season, there's a robust fruit and breakfast bar plus some whopping good breakfast platters. When dinner opens shortly, Specialties are real southern cooking - like fried chicken. Also a specialty - local, Outer Banks seafood - broiled, fried, and always good. Steaks and prime rib round out the dinner menu. The "R" Bar is great for a late night meal or a special drink. And if all this isn't enough, there's Roxie's Retail - great, flirty finds for your home or wardrobe.…
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For as long as I can remember, Dunes was our most favorite place to go. We looked forward to having every breakfast and some dinner there. We loved and truly miss the old place which had a homey feel with homemade & generous portion of...More
We stumbled across this restaurant while in town. Their google listing showed that they were closed, however this was not the case. Staff was very friendly and seated us right away. Within minutes of being seated our waiter, Patrick, was at the table taking our...More
Stop in for breakfast last week, we were in town for the drum fish tournament....the owner is a very nice person we had a great conversation....the food was very good..if you like crabs try the crab and cheese omelette..the waitress was very accommodating, and made...More
We are SO sorry we didn’t discover this place until we were on our way out of town! Our breakfast was perfect; I had the western omelet, my husband had pancakes. I overheard someone talking about how good the French toast was. Tyler, our waiter,...More
On way back to va. Stopped for breakfast. Nice looking interior server was extremely nice and efficient kept the coffee refills up. Three other people in group two of them loved the hot cakes and French toast. I& my wife had eggs and egg whites...More
The Dunes is an old school restaurant with average food. The potato skin appetizer was ok. The strawberry Lemonade Sangria was ok. The mains, broiled shrimp & fish and fried oyster plate came out in record speed. Unfortunately they shouldn't have, both fish & shrimp...More
All I can say is that, in my opinion, this is a very overpriced buffet at $14.99. Our local Eat n Park has twice the selection for half the price. After a 30 minutes wait, we were taken to a table on the side away...More
We stopped in for breakfast not knowing that they had a breakfast buffet and we are glad that we did! The waitress (who was great) let us know that along with the menu, there was a buffet which we settled for. The selection was not...More
The crispy flounder we serve is a locally sourced from Etheridge Seafood in wnachese, what we do is cross hatch score the fish on one side in order to keep it from curling up during the cooking process. We then lightly... More
The crispy flounder we serve is a locally sourced from Etheridge Seafood in wnachese, what we do is cross hatch score the fish on one side in order to keep it from curling up during the cooking process. We then lightly dredge it in a seafood breaded and flash fry it in a zero Trans fat vegetable oil. Hopefully that will help! If you have any additional questions feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help.
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