An Outer Banks Valentine’s Day

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The season of love has made its way back around to the Outer Banks once again.

Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, so what better way to celebrate than to enjoy a romantic weekend on the Outer Banks with your loved one. The Outer Banks is famously known for beautiful sunrises and sunsets, intimate accommodations, and of course the delicious local fare.  During the off season, it’s hard to remember which Outer Banks restaurants are open this time of the year. The Restaurant Guide to the Outer Banks is here to ease your mind. We are here to help you choose where to spend your special Valentine’s dinner. Read over these OBX restaurants and let your mind decide on where you can picture you and your Hunny dining at and celebrating your love for one another.  


No longer a holiday celebrated only between couples!

Over the last decade the now official holiday, “Galentine’s Day” has gained popularity after Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knope’s TV series Parks and Recreation’s episode that first aired in 2010. Galentine’s Day is dedicated to a celebration of lady friendship. “Ladies celebrating ladies!” This year Galentine’s falls on Saturday, Februaray 13, 2021. Enjoy These 50 Epic Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day! 

Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day


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TRiO Restaurant & Market

TRiO will be hosting a Galentine’s Day brunch on Saturday, February 13th (11 a.m.-3 p.m.) and they’re pulling out all of the stops! You and your gal pals can look forward to brunch specials until 3 p.m., a wine tasting with Sharon at 4 p.m., and dinner specials that will most definitely include waffles! Reservations are only required for the wine tasting as seating is limited. Brunch and dinner are first come, first served. They’ll still have COVID protocols and social distancing in place, and they can’t wait to see you and your tribe! Give them a call at 252-261-0277 to reserve your place at the wine tasting.

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Village Table TavernVillage Table & Tavern

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at The Village Table & Tavern with inventive cuisine in their cozy sound front dining room. They will be offering Valentine’s specials all weekend long! To make reservations, please call 252-715-1414 or email with “Valentine’s Day Reservations” in the subject line.

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Black Pelican

Black Pelican Oceanfront Restaurant

Black Pelican has prepared a special menu filled with unique and delicious items for Valentine’s Day! 

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Sanyo Sushi Bar

Sanya Sushi Bar

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Captain George's Seafood Restaurant


Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant

For Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14th, they are offering our world famous seafood buffet for $39.99. All 4 locations will be opening at 3:30pm. Show your Valentine how special they are and celebrate your love at Captain George’s!

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Fuji Japanese Steakhouse

Fuji Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

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Khan's Mongolian Grill

Khan’s Mongolian Grill

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Mako's Beach Grille

Mako’s Beach Grille & Bar

Mako’s is offering a special menu for you and your Sweetheart this Valentine’s Day: Pan seared local Rockfish and NC shrimp with a “hot honey” and lime glaze; Char-grilled Salmon and Diver Sea Scallops with fried sweet potato strings and a sesame garlic glaze; Prime Rib special; and an Arugula salad with black pepper crusted Tuna and a balsamic vinaigrette. Reservations can be made online via their website or by calling 252-480-1919.

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Outer Banks Brewing Station Menu

Outer Banks Brewing Station

Outer Banks Brewing Station will be taking reservations for their Valentine’s Day dinner! They will be serving a special 3 course meal for $45. For more details, check out their website. To make a reservation, give them a call at 252-449-2739

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Tortugas Lie

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