Every year just about the time the summer season is ready to begin on the Outer Banks, there’s news about goings and comings in the restaurant world. This year is no exception, and after scouring our local sources for particulars we came up with three bits of information that we think are especially important. 

The Country Deli Moves To KDH

For over 25 years the Hutchins family has been creating what are arguably the best and biggest deli sandwiches on the Outer Banks from their Nags Head location at Surfside Plaza.

The problem is there is no seating and no possibility of getting seating so when a new location opened up at a soon-to-be-opened plaza at MP 9.5 in Kill Devil Hills. The new location is more than twice as large and offers seating for 35.

If all goes as planned they should be in their new digs by the beginning of June.

OBX Frozen Yogurt Moves to Southern Shores Crossing

With a new owner, Jeff Schwartzenberg, and a new location OBX Frozen Yogurt looks as though it may be the place to go for frozen treats.

Originally located at Shoreside Shopping Plaza next to the Kitty Hawk Harris Teeter, the new location should give the shop better visibility. It certainly gives it a lot more space and Jeff is planning on filing it with craft sodas, traditional candies and expanded toppings for the yogurt.

Chef Pok Opens New Restaurant

Chef Pok Choeichom is an Outer Banks favorite and for good reason. 

When he was at the Brewing Station he was the original force behind their outstanding menu. Three years ago he opened Pok’ Art with his brother Art in Kitty Hawk. Serving a wide variety of Asian food dishes, his reputation has continued to grow.

Now it looks as though it’s back to his Brewing Station roots with his newest restaurant, Single Fin, in Nags Head.

There will be a sushi bar, but according to Pok the cuisine will be American classic with a European flair.

The new location is 2424 S. Croatan Highway in Nags Head.