09/22/10

La Fogatas is Now Open on Hatteras Island

Hatteras Island is finally serving up a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine, with the addition of La Fogatas to its variety of delicious restaurants. Located in Avon village, in the Food Lion shopping center, the restaurant is open year round, delighting the taste buds of both locals and visitors alike. La Fogatas is open 7 days a week, serving both lunch and dinner. The restaurant also provides a children’s menu and carry-out options as well. For a discount on your next dinner at La Fogatas, click here for a coupon and tell ’em that Surf or Sound sent ya! Buenos Dias!


08/13/10

Vote for Your Favorite Family -Friendly Restaurant on Hatteras Island!

Outer Banks Child Magazine is having their 3rd Annual Child’s Choice Award competition. Nominate your favorite family-and child-friendly restaurant on the Outer Banks. The one with the most votes will receive the title of outer banks child’s choice. PLUS! -Everyone who nominates a restaurant will be entered to win a $25 gift certificate to the winning restaurant!

Deadline for submission is September 5th.
What is your favorite Hatteras Island family- and child- friendly restaurant?
Cast your vote today! http://www.outerbankschild.com/childs-choice/


03/12/10

Taste of the Beach will be held March 11-14th

Get Ready for 4 Days of Food, Drink & Fun! The Outer Banks of North Carolina 2010 Taste of The Beach Weekend will be March 11-14.

The Outer Banks Restaurant Association (OBRA) has been hosting the Taste of The Beach for over 20 years. This grand food festival event on The Outer Banks of North Carolina will feature wine tastings, cooking classes, special menu presentations, celebrity guest chef appearances by Ed Brantley & Heba Salama from “The Biggest Loser”, brewery tours, tapas crawls and many more events with exciting array of creative combinations of culinary delights and fun activities on the Outer Banks. Continue reading


10/6/08

Avon Cafe

Fans of Hodad’s, the former Avon restaurant that had been around for over a decade, were surprised when a makeshift banner was placed over the original Hodad’s sign, reading “Avon Café” in the spring of 2008.

Folks were even more surprised when the marquee began advertising dishes that weren’t the run of the mill Hatteras Island seafood fare, such as rack of lamb and Maryland Crab Cakes.

While change doesn’t always come easy to Hatteras Island, the patrons who finally indulged their curiosity and decided to give this new place a try, were delighted to find that the atmosphere hadn’t changed, and the food was exceptional. Continue reading


09/1/08

Restaurant Review: Pop's Raw Bar & Grill

So where do you go in the middle of January, after a windy afternoon on the beach, wearing an old flannel shirt, a pair of Wanchese bedroom slippers, and a severe case of Hatteras hair?

The answer is Pop’s, of course. You’ll fit right in.

Not for the fancy set, Pop’s Raw Bar and Grill has garnered a devout local following by being a no frills, just fun restaurant in the heart of Buxton on The Outer Banks of North Carolina. People flock to Pop’s because they want a good burger Continue reading