The Outer Banks is rich in history, from the early explorers who first set foot on its shores 400 years ago to the groundbreaking first flight that launched modern aviation. Every community has a story and a resonant heritage, and as a result, the Outer Banks is home to a number of locally and nationally renowned museums honoring the area's unique stories, culture and landmarks.
Renovated in 2012, this spacious seafood market just off the Bypass sells local caught seafood and its own homemade sauces. Owned by a branch of Daniels, an old Outer Banks family of fishermen, the operators know where to find the freshest fish in season. They also have fresh frozen seafood available off-season, including northern Snow Crabs and Outer Banks shrimp. But in the summer, you’ll find fresh sea scallops, live blue crabs and lots of fresh finfish, like yellow fin tuna, flounder, and mahi-mahi. Crabs and shrimp can be steamed. The market also makes its own spicy cocktail sauce and special salsa. If you’re lucky, you’ll happen to come on a day when there’s some homemade key lime pie available. The store also sells potatoes, corn and white onions, and all the fixings needed to make fish tacos, as well as spices and breading.