PokeBox offers fresh, quick, simple, healthy poke bowls in Nags Head.


Choose your items and build your bowl. Tuna, salmon, chicken, steak, shrimp and tofu options available. Mix in your favorite veggies, sauces and toppings for the perfect poke experience.

Poke (Hawaiian for "to slice" or "cut into pieces") is a traditional main dish of Hawaiian cuisine made with marinated tuna. As Poke became increasingly popular, the modern version, known as Poke Bowl, has variety ingredients and flavors arranged to customize personal preferences.

2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU!

ORDER FROM
Plaza del Sol

2236 S Croatan Hwy,
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-261-1178

ORDER FROM
Outer Banks Mall

5000 S. Croatan Hwy 
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-449-8898

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HOW TO BUILD YOUR POKEBOX

STEP 1 Choose Base
white rice
brown rice
spring mix
tortilla chips

STEP 2 Choose Proteins
tuna
salmon
spicy tuna
tofu
chicken
steak
shrimp

STEP 3 Choose Mix-ins
edamame
cucumber
tomatoes
cilantro
jalapeno
mango
red onion
pineapple
corn

STEP 4 Choose Sauce
*Gluten-free upon request
*signature
*shoyo
*teriyaki
ponzu yuzu
wasabi yuzu
spicy aioli
cocobee (GF)
*spicy shoyo
sesame dressing

STEP 5 Choose Toppings
crab salad
masago
almond
walnut
crispy onion
nori
black sesame seed
furikake
white sesame seed
wasabi
seaweed salad
spicy crab salad
tempura flake
pickled ginger

ALL INGREDIENTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

FRESH | QUICK | SIMPLE | HEALTHY

 

2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU!

ORDER FROM
Plaza del Sol

2236 S Croatan Hwy,
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-261-1178

ORDER FROM
Outer Banks Mall

5000 S. Croatan Hwy 
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-449-8898

 

 

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Hours
*Off-season hours may vary*
Call 252-261-1178 for current hours.
  • Monday11:00AM-09:00PM
  • Tuesday11:00AM-09:00PM
  • Wednesday11:00AM-09:00PM
  • Thursday11:00AM-09:00PM
  • Friday11:00AM-09:00PM
  • Saturday11:00AM-09:00PM
  • SundayCLOSED-
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The Cotton Gin

For those traveling to the Outer Banks, The Cotton Gin is a beloved landmark with its large windmill and picturesque gardens. The Cotton Gin has stood in the same location since 1929, starting as a working cotton gin and growing to a gift store with 4 locations. Visitors are treated to a unique shopping experience in our main store in Jarvisburg, as well as our beach stores in Corolla, Duck, and Nags Head. Explore room after room filled with décor for your home and coastal fashions for both men and women. Discover the brands you really want, like, Vera Bradley, Vineyard Vines, La Mer Luex, Simply Southern, Lindsay Phillips, Scout, Pandora, Kameleon, Brighton, Spartina, Tommy Bahama, Southern Tide and Salt Life and Old Guys Rule - all under one roof!

 

Don’t forget the gourmet market, or shop our beautiful linens for your bedroom and bath. We also feature coastal books and fine art, or just a whimsical fun gift to bring home to family and friends. Stop by soon and don’t forget to try our estate grown wines in our stores or visit our vineyard and winery, Sanctuary Vineyards, located adjacent to the original Cotton Gin in Jarvisburg.

 

Most know The Cotton Gin as a must-stop shop for fine gifts, beachwear, souvenirs and so much more, but this retailer has a long-standing history within the Outer Banks. A local landmark that holds almost a century of memories, The Cotton Gin started from humble beginnings and continues to adapt to the times and tourists. Tommy Wright’s family has been in the Outer Banks for nearly 200 years. His great-great grandfather, Jacob Francis Wright, shipwrecked in Duck back in the early 1800s. Calling these barrier islands his new home, Wright and his family acclimated to their new environment.

 

Adaptation is a common theme for the Wright family. Tommy and his wife Candace, who continue to steer The Cotton Gin, have seen not only their business change with the times, but the Outer Banks as a vacation destination as well. A farm market in Jarvisburg eventually transformed and flourished into several retail locations dotting the Outer Banks.

 

“As the area changed and tourism took off in the 1960s, the family saw people coming for vacations, so they began to grow vegetables and things developed from there,” says Tommy Wright. The Wright family expanded upon the farm market and began to remodel a working cotton gin, later transforming the gin into The Cotton Gin general store in the late 1960s. While the additions to the farm store drew visitors, it was their encounters with the Wright family that kept people coming back year after year, which is something that remains true today.

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