Hatteras is an unincorporated village and census-designated place (CDP) in Dare County, North Carolina, United States, on the Outer Banks island of Hatteras, at its extreme southwestern tip. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 504. Immediately to the west of the village of Hatteras is Hatteras Inlet which separates Hatteras Island from the neighboring Ocracoke Island. North Carolina Highway 12 passes through the community linking it to Frisco to the east and Ocracoke to the west (via a ferry across Hatteras Inlet).
Things to do in Hatteras
4.5 based on 161 reviews
I stopped here recently and was greeted warmly by their staff. They were very good at explaining their drink selection and the drink I ordered was very tasty. I also ordered a blueberry muffin. It was disappointed with the muffin. The top was leathery and the whole thing wasn't very tasty. They had other treats that I would like to try on my next visit
5 based on 131 reviews
We purchased 2 pounds of steamed shrimp and three shrimp and crabmeat enchiladas and they were every bit as good as other reviewers have stated. We also enjoyed their homemade wahoo salad - very tasty. Vicky is really sweet and she spent a few minutes chatting with us while we waited for our order. We will definitely go back the next time we are in Hatteras.
5 based on 58 reviews
Closed for the season; see you in 2018!<br><br>The Scratchmade Snackery is Hatteras Village's sweetest attraction. The only bakery in Hatteras Village. Our products are all Scratchmade on-site daily. Always baked, never fried! A very wide variety to choose from as well: muffins, scones, cinnamon rolls, coffee cakes, danish, croissant, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, cheesecake and pie bars, and breads! And yes, we do make birthday cakes (please, at least one day's advance notice for cakes). There is something for everyone at the Scratchmade Snackery.
Stopped by this owner run bakery for a snack to take on the ferry. We love supporting local businesses especially when traveling. Plenty of sugary options to choose from— we picked a cinnamon roll, blueberry muffin and a pain de chocolat... all were great.. My husband said the pain de chocolat was better than those in France!( probably because we use sweeter chocolate in the US). Roughly $3 for a local handmade treat and worth every sinful calorie....
4.5 based on 98 reviews
We stop here every year multiple times. The selection of ice cream, smoothies sundaes and candies is amazing. What I can't get over is the absolute inexpensive price tag. For a loaded banana split, a small moose tracks cone, and a pint of mint chocolate chip, the total was 12 bucks. Try that at any Baskin-Robbins!
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Full service restaurant with beautiful view of Pamlico sound and Teachs Lair marina. Sunset view over the water everyday! Outside decks with outside seating available. Serving Dinner Tuesday through Sunday 4:00pm-9:00pm
We could walk here from our condo. We had a great chardonnay. The she-crab soups was very good. I had the shrimp and grits. It was prepared like I have never had. Large portion (had for breakfast the next day). The wait staff was excellent. Great view of the sound and the marina.
4.5 based on 203 reviews
This was our first time ordering pizza and WOW, it was really GOOD! It was a large size and not skimpy on toppings! Definitely recommend dining or take out. Sadly, they are no longer open in the mornings for breakfast as the owners are slowing down. So plan on dinners only.
4.5 based on 709 reviews
Cafe Pamlico provides a world class casual fine dining experience through exceptional food, outstanding detail oriented service, an inspired wine and cocktail program, and gracious attentive Southern hospitality. Our contemporary coastal cuisine is driven by locally sourced seafood, meats, and produce. Our menu changes frequently in accordance with the fresh ingredients our chefs discover on the island, most notably the fresh local seafood we feature. We are committed to supporting local farmers and artisan food producers first, sustainable resources second, and organic third. Reservations are highly recommended.
We were so lucky. My brother in law and my wife and her sister needed to celebrate complete of a series of repairs on our beach house in Salvo, NC on the beautiful Outer Banks. Fortunately we chose The Inn at Pamlico Sound. While somewhat expensive, it was wonderful. We sat at a window booth, facing the Albemarle Sound, and enjoyed two bottles of wine and four different delicious entrees which we shared. The variety was such that we all felt we had to try everything. The food and atmosphere were ideal and all of us were filled to the gills. We shall return to this hidden treasure in Buxton on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, our home away from home.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
We took our 3 grandsons to lunch after Fishing with the Rangers at Frisco Beach. The Harbor Deli sandwiches were so delicious!! I had the Reuben of which I was glad I couldn't finish it all and got to take some home to enjoy later. Dennis and the boys had the Famous Shrimp Burger which they all enjoyed!! We were also pleasantly surprised that they were pet friendly since we had our dog with us.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
My wife and I stopped in for breakfast at Teach's Lair this July. They had only a breakfast buffet which was tremendously overpriced at $10.00 per head, which did not include drinks. The pickings were slim with a couple of cold pancakes, some dried up scrambled eggs, a bit of bacon and no bread for toast. Would we go to Teach's Lair again for breakfast? No, but I did like the nice lady who filled our glasses with $3.00 orange juice.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
There are some flies in the dining area. It seems like more could be done about that. But that did not prevent us from returning several times for the food and very friendly service.
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