It is no secret that the Outer Banks and seafood go together like apple pie and vanilla ice cream, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, and movies and popcorn. Our little piece of heaven in North Carolina is a mecca for amazing seafood and the perfect way celebrate the bounty and love for it is with a festival!
The Outer Banks Seafood Festival will take place in Nags Head, NC on October 17, 2015. The festival gives the community and visitors a chance to honor and celebrate the area’s seafood heritage—it will be a fun and educational experience that the whole family will enjoy and if you are thinking that you are due for an Outer Banks retreat, this is a great reason to come on over. There is a great lineup of restaurants, Vendors, educational programs, and so much more—you don’t want to miss this!
Date: Saturday, October 17, 2015
Time: 10:30am - 6pm
Place: 6800 S Croatan Hwy, Nags Head NC 27959
Admission: $3 per person
Sea Bucks: $20, $40, $60 and higher incremental values*
* They suggest at least $20 per person for proper tasting experience at the event
Some of the fantastic restaurants that will be on scene with the freshest seafood you have ever tasted include Awful Arthur’s Oyster Bar, Basnight’s Lone Cedar Café, Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant, Mulligan’s Raw Bar & Grille, Sugar Creek Seafood, and Salty Dawg Smokehouse. At the cooking demonstrations you will learn fantastic new recipes you can try at home from talented local chefs and you will find over 40 artisan vendors with a huge variety of goods for sale. These talented artisans are not your run of the mill flea market vendors. You will find sterling silver jewelry, folk art, beach glass jewelry, ceramic pottery, stained glass, furniture, woodcarvings, photography, fine art, and so much more.
It is not too late to book your room at our inn for this fantastic seafood festival. You will find a warm and welcoming crowd of people in a scenic landscape that you won’t want to leave!