Outer Banks Restaurant Week each Fall and Spring brings an exciting opportunity to enjoy local fare.

Spring Restaurant Week 2016 begins Friday, April 15th and runs through Saturday, April 23rd!
Participating restaurants and their menus will be posted beginning April 1st.


Outer Banks Restaurant Week gives local food enthusiasts and visitors an opportunity to enjoy 3-course lunch or dinner menus at participating restaurants at a fixed price of either $20 or $35. And NEW this Spring, some restaurants will be offering a $10 Tapas plate, so you can enjoy a light bite for little money, and even hit a few places in one evening and create your custom Tapas Crawl! So much value and great restaurants to choose from, be sure not to miss it! (Please note that sales tax and gratuity are not included in the pre-fixe price).


Outer Banks Restaurant Week was created for you because we know you love The Outer Banks and you love to eat! No pretense or snobbery here — it’s all about our local chefs serving up delicious cuisine in some of the area’s best venues.


How to Enjoy Restaurant Week


Take a look through the participating restaurants and their menu offerings. Then, anytime between Friday, April 15th through the following Saturday, April 23rd, go to any of the restaurants listed and simply order off their special Spring Restaurant Week menu! (They’ll have printed copies for you to refer to.) It’s that easy!! No tickets or advanced purchase is necessary. You pay the restaurant directly just as you normally would when dining. Spring Restaurant Week 2016 begins Friday and runs through the following Saturday so you’ve got two full weekends and the whole week in between to take advantage of these great values. That’s 9 days!


Try some place new or revisit an old favorite at a better than menu priced value.


Savor your meal, and when paying your bill, please remember to tip your wait staff! (sales tax and gratutity are NOT included in the pre-fixe price.) Again, no coupons or tickets are needed to enjoy our restaurants special menus. Just order off of the Restaurant Week menu when you get there!


We encourage you to visit our friends at the Beach Food Pantry


This year’s OBX Taste of The Beach Grand Tasting Bartender’s Bubbly Bash raised $1118. for the Beach Food Pantry! Many thanks to Dan Lewis of Coastal Provisions Oyster Bar & Wine Bar Cafe, John Austin and Glen Sherwin of Lucky 12 Tavern and the Outer Banks Restaurant Association for choosing the Beach Food Pantry as the beneficiary of this event. Visit beachfoodpantry.org for more information about how we are fighting hunger in Dare County. ‬


Did you know?

North Carolina ranks #9 in the nation for food insecurity.
15% of Dare County residents struggle to put food on the table.
The beach Food Pantry serves an average of 4,100 people annually.


The Beach Food Pantry will be holding an OPEN HOUSE during Restaurant Week to celebrate their new home. On Friday, April 22 from 9am to 12pm and on Saturday, April 23 from 10am to 3pm. Take a tour of their new home and learn more about how the Pantry is fighting hunger in Dare County. Visit www.beachfoodpantry.org to learn more about the Beach Food Pantry’s mission.


Can’t make it to the Open House? It’s easy to donate! The Pantry accepts unopened, non-perishable food items at their location in Kitty Hawk, participating realty offices and businesses, the Kill Devil Hills Public Library and the Baum Center in Kill Devil Hills. Visit www.beachfoodpantry.org for all locations. Or you can send a check with your monetary donation to the Beach Food Pantry, PO Box 1224, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. OR donate securely on their website, Facebook page or via Paypal.
The Beach Food Pantry is an affiliate of Feeding America and the Food Bank of the Albemarle; and is a member of the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce, NC Center for non-profits, and NC Tech 4 Good. In 2014, the Pantry was names Outer Banks non-profit of the year by the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit of the Year Program.