While several of the Outer Banks' most popular sports seemingly flew onto the scene in the past decade or two, like kiteboarding or stand up paddle boarding (SUP), windsurfing has been drawing water sports lovers to the North Carolina coast for nearly fifty years. In essence, windsurfing can pride itself as being the Outer Bank's oldest, and one of its most beloved sound-based sports, and everyone from seasoned riders to windsurfing newcomers can catch an exceptional ride.
Applebee’s features a variety of salads, seafood, ribs, wings, burgers and sandwiches that would please just about everyone’s tastebuds. A relatively recent anchor at the Outer Banks Mall, the eatery is one of about 2,000 in the chain that had its genesis in Atlanta 30 years ago. With eight big screen TVs, the restaurant and bar in Nag Head is a popular place to watch the big game ----or to enjoy a meal after a local game. Outer Banks diners will appreciate looking at photographs of local sports teams and players that line the walls. And for those who don’t want to go inside, if you call ahead the restaurant will bring your meal to your car. There are also Weightwatchers meals, a late-night appetizer menu and desserts available.