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Experience the best of dining on the Outer Banks at Black Pelican, an oceanfront restaurant serving lunch and dinner options daily. With breathtaking views of the ocean from both the dining rooms and outdoor deck, Black Pelican offers a memorable setting to savor a wide array of culinary delights, including fresh seafood, juicy steaks, flavorful vegetarian dishes, mouthwatering sandwiches, and tantalizing wood-fired pizzas.

Black Pelican caters to all tastes and occasions. Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night or a gathering with a large group, the restaurant strikes the perfect balance between intimacy and spaciousness, ensuring an enjoyable dining experience for all.

Indulge in a culinary journey through Black Pelican’s diverse menu, featuring a range of appetizers like the renowned Hatteras Clam Chowder and perfectly seasoned Calamari. From refreshing salads to hearty lunch entrees and sandwiches, there’s something to satisfy every craving. Treat yourself to the Greek Spiced Seared Salmon or “Dixie’s Finest” Shrimp and Grits. Dinner entree favorites include succulent Prime Rib, exquisite Tuna Nagano, and flavorful Vegetarian Pasta.

Don’t miss the chance to savor Black Pelican’s gourmet wood-fired pizzas, renowned for their unique combinations and exceptional flavors. These personal-sized pizzas boast a delightful blend of house cheeses (fontina, gruyere, mozzarella, romano, and parmesan) and a selection of mouthwatering sauces like creamy bechamel, tangy tomato, aromatic pesto, or savory herbed garlic oil. Explore a variety of creative toppings, such as shrimp, Andouille sausage, sweet peppers, scallions, and oregano, in the popular Black Pelican pizza. Vegetarians can delight in options like Greek, Primavera, or Five Cheese pizzas.

Save room for a divine dessert experience at Black Pelican. Indulge in homemade cakes, cheesecakes, and other delectable treats that tempt you from the dessert case, beckoning you to savor the sweet finale of your dining adventure.

Beyond its cuisine, Black Pelican holds a rich historical significance as it occupies an old life-saving station, showcasing the maritime history of the Outer Banks. Originally Lifesaving Station #6, built in 1874, this historic building provided aid to stranded boats and crews along the oceanfront. It also served as an active weather bureau, where the Wright Brothers gathered crucial information for their groundbreaking flights. In fact, it was from Station #6 that they sent the telegraph announcement of their historic First Flight in 1903.

Make sure to explore the restaurant’s store, offering a unique selection of souvenirs, captivating gifts, and captivating local artwork, allowing you to take a piece of the Outer Banks’ charm and Black Pelican’s legacy with you.

Embark on an extraordinary dining experience at Black Pelican, where cuisine, stunning views, and rich history converge to create a truly unforgettable culinary journey.

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