Flight takes many forms on the Outer Banks, from the thousands of migratory birds that travel along these barrier islands to and from their winter destinations, to aviation pioneers like the Wright Brothers who launched the world's first airplane off the sand dunes of Kill Devil Hills. Visitors can also experience the Outer Banks' inherent love of all things aerial by taking flight themselves with a day of Hang Gliding.
Dubbed a “pirate hideaway," Pamlico Jack’s has fun with the buccaneer theme while still serving up a tasty meal in a beautiful setting.
With its location on the Roanoke Sound, it’s pretty much guaranteed that most dinner guests will see a gorgeous sunset.
The restaurant serves a full range of appetizers like Atlantic calamari, Caribbean black bean cake and lobster mac ‘n’ cheese. Plus there’s a modest offering of soups and salads (how can you resist the “Walk the plank wedge of lettuce?”)Entrees include fish, chicken, beef and seafood dishes, and even a vegetarian offering. Or if you want something lighter, there are sandwiches, BBQ and burgers. There is also a raw and steamed menu, a children’s menu, specialty drinks and a dessert tray to choose from. The bar offers entertainment in the summer and stays open until about 2 a.m.
Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners, Reunions & Private Parties!
Serving Dinner Nightly & Lunch In Season
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