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    Fishbones Sunset Grille & Raw Bar: Dinner with a view of the Currituck Sound!

    by tpangelinan Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Sunset Grille & Raw Bar

    This is a fun place, very colorful, friendly staff and good food. You can eat inside or outside, inside is really neat and beachy feeling, outside is on the deck with a view of the Currituck Sound and wildlife. The food was good and nice size portions, it took a little time but worth the wait and your on vacation so HAVE A BEER WHILE YOU WAIT! That made the wait so much easier and relaxing and with good company and a view of the water at sunset @ the SunSet Grille, what more could you want!

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    Fishbones Sunset Grille and Raw Bar: See the Sunset Over the Sound

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Appetizer menu (part) and our meal

    This place is on the water on the sound side. Sometimes they have music, and there are a number of TVs around the room. We ate here twice because nothing else nearby was open.

    Favorite Dish: The first time we went, Bob had a nice crab salad ($8.95) and I had crabmeat au gratin ($19.95). My tooth makes it painful to chew on that side, so I didn't eat dessert. The second time we went I had fish of the day mahi mahi (I'm not quite ready for steak yet) and Bob had flounder. The fish was good, but the vegetables (particularly the broccoli) were soggy. Last time was better. Cost $44.72 plus $8 tip.

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    Duck Deli and Barbecue: Limited menu

    by littlesam1 Written Sep 18, 2007

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    The Duck Deli has a great sign in the front. Its cute. It catches your attention. It does all of the things a good sign for a restaurant should do. It also says a lot. Its say Duck Deli and Barbecue. It tells you exactly what to expect. Its a deli basically serving sandwiches and drinks. The menu is a little limited but the food looked good. However I did not actually have a meal here. My traveling partner Mark has diabetes and has to be careful what he eats. There was not a lot of choice for him on the menu. So we went just across the street to the Sunset Grill instead. This is not a put down of the Duck Deli. If you don't have any special dietary needs and just want a sandwich or some barbecue, then this is a great choice.

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    Sunset Grill and Raw Bar: Great seafood with a beautiful view

    by littlesam1 Written Sep 18, 2007

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    If your staying on north end of the Outer Banks you will find many restaurants between Duck and Corolla. The Sunset Grill and Raw Bar is located in Duck. It sits on the Sound side of the road as opposed to the ocean side. There is a deck and bar outside on the water front. If its hot outside you can also sit inside where there are windows all around with a view of the Sound. The location is beautiful. The food is very good and affordable. Fresh seafood, sandwiches, and various other items off the grill. Perfect for a summer lunch or early dinner.

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    Qwacker Shack snack bar: Beach treats

    by b1bob Updated Aug 19, 2006

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    Qwacker Shack Snack Bar
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    As you return from the beach to your time share flat, you go up the wooden stairs and walkway. Conveniently located on that path between the beach and pool area, the snack bar presents an opportunity for guests to take a small snack or quench their thirst. Be ready to pay a lot more for it than you would simply buying snacks at the Seamark or Food Lion and having them handy in your flat less than an American football field's length away. Be that as it may, the Barrier Island Station snack bar does a good business in midday in high summer. As jealously as Barrier Island Station guards its front with a gate and everything, folks can walk up and down the beach and snack here (as of the mid 1990s) no questions asked.

    Favorite Dish: They offer the usual hamburgers, hot dogs, fries, and soft drinks. That's plenty good if you don't mind the marked up prices.

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    Red Sky Cafe: Cozy in December

    by grandmaR Updated Mar 20, 2005

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    Collage - duck, desserts, chef and signs

    From their website:
    "An upbeat contemporary cafe that serves an array of creative coastal cuisine created on the only woodfired oven on the northern beaches. An array of pizzas, deli sandwiches, quesadillas, and evening entrees are on the menu and an extensive wine shop is on site. French bread is also baked fresh daily on site. Red Sky Café offers full creative meals "To Go". Trays of fresh seafood, black angus beef, choice poultry and pork entrees. Side salads and homemade breads included"

    Favorite Dish: When we went out for dinner, we drove south, but everything except the Sunset Grill was closed until we got to the Red Sky Grille. Unfortunately this was another place with fancy food at fancy prices. I ended up with "Unlucky Duck" ($21.00 - pictured upper left - listed on the menu as "Half duck roasted till crispy, served with a bourbon pistachio beurre blanc on Red Sky whipped potatoes, asparagus and seared scallops") which was nicely presented, but of which the best part was the cheese grits, and Bob had a bowl of she crab soup ($7) and a Caesar salad ($8.98 - Classic Caesar - Crisp Romaine lettuce and home made croutons dressed with creamy garlic & parmesan cheese... add wood fired shrimp, tuna, or chicken for $3.99). [And he doesn't really like Caesar salad all that well].

    I wasn't able to finish my duck, so I took it home and ate it for dinner the next night. I was full so I didn't try one of the desserts (part of the dessert tray is at the lower left), but they looked good.

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    Ice Cream shops: You need Ice Cream to keep going!

    by tpangelinan Written Mar 10, 2005

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    Ice Cream!!

    This Ice Cream shop is located on Route 12 in Duck, stop by and grab an ice crean to cool you down on a hot day. We love to stop and get an ice cream while on a drive or taking a walk, it's a nice break. Good prices with many flavors and friendly service. So stop in and grab an ice cream youself if you happen by.

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    Duck Deli: Take Out

    by grandmaR Written Mar 21, 2005
    Duck Deli

    This looked like a good inexpensive possibility for food, but it was apparently closed in the winter, or at least was not open at night.

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