Vacationers will notice a handful of sailboats at every local Outer Banks port, either saddled up to the docks or breezing across the harbor, en route to the nearest sound for a cruise, or to the continent-spanning Intracoastal Waterway to continue a long coastal voyage. Some vacationers are even in it for the long haul, docking for a summer or a winter season at a number of local marinas that offer all the comforts of home. Clearly, sailing lovers of all varieties have plenty of options, but even newcomers to the sport can experiment with life on the water with a local sailing lesson, rental, or waterfront cruise.
Viva Mexican Grill offers reasonably-priced food prepared on a grill as you wait. It’s almost as fast as fast food, but a lot fresher. Plus, the atmosphere is pleasant and relaxed, with friendly staff. Located off the Bypass at Milepost 10.5 next to Dunkin’ Donuts in Nags Head, it’s easy to duck in here to pick up something healthy and tasty when you don’t feel like cooking. Options include burritos with chicken, steak, fish, beans or vegetables; quesadillas with chicken, steak , black beans or veggies; taco salads; tacos with chicken, ground beef, shrimp or fish; or chimichangas with chicken or steak; nachos with black beans; or chicken enchiladas. There are also kids’ meals, beer and soft drinks available. Food can be eaten in the roomy dining area with booths, or it’s available for take-out.
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