The restaurant on the pier is the sort of home cooking place we all imagine we ate at when we were younger. They serve generous portions of traditional North Carolina fried seafood with some broiled choices now available as well. This is a good place to enjoy a fine cooked breakfast while watching Dolphins playing in the surf. Lunch has the expected local offerings and all the prices are moderate. It is an excellent stop for late afternoon happy hour and as of spring 2014 they still have 10 cent steamed shrimp (order in multiples of 20) as long as you have a beverage. At dinner it can be crowded but they usually squeeze you in. In the meantime there is an expansion underway that ads maybe one third to the floor space that should help. Don't expect fancy, this is a fishing pier restaurant after all. If you like to sit just above the waves, enjoy surf and sand and good old Carolina cooking this is the perfect place for you.
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