Stripers Bar and Grille
1100A South bay club Drive
252-475-1021 / 252-475-1022
Is a premier service orientated restaurant welcoming all guests to a casual fun filled dining experience. Our Outer Banks cuisine will always be offered to our customers for lunch, dinner, brunch and in house catering, with a capacity to serve up to 160 people. It is our intention to treat everyone like a VIP. Finally, we are here to serve the customer . Hospitality and our employees is our greatest asset.
405 Queen Elizabeth Street, The Tranquil House Inn
1587 is by far the most elegant restaurant on Roanoke Island. It exudes cosmopolitan class, with soft lighting, a copper-topped bar, polished wood, subtle lighting and a view of the harbor. Dining here is an intimate experience, with servers that make you feel as if you're their only customer. Food presentation is a priority, and all dishes are works of art. Taste is important, too, and you'll be wowed by dishes with lengthy descriptions of the style of preparation and unique combinations of ingredients.
208 Queen Elizabeth Street
(252) 473-MOON (6666)
This cafe is a locals' favorite for its relaxed atmosphere, friendly service and eclectic eats. A Full Moon is on the busy intersection of Queen Elizabeth and Sir Walter Raleigh streets, where it has a touch of city style, allowing you to sit right on the sidewalk and watch the world go by. The menu features creative, nouveau American concoctions for seafood lovers, vegetarians and meat eaters using a wide variety of fresh seafood and produce.
112 U.S. Highway 64/264
La Cabana (The Cabin) is a family-oriented restaurant and bar that serves home-style Latin food from Central American countries such as El Salvador and Belize. It's a popular local's spot thanks to its welcoming atmosphere, great service and quality food at affordable prices. Expand your cultural awareness and delight your taste buds with specialties like Guatemalan chicken, Belizean-style beans and rice, Salvadoran pupusas, Honduran fried fish with tajadas (fried green plantain) and Mexican fajitas.
201 Sir Walter Raleigh Street
Ortega'z Grill brings some cultural spice to downtown Manteo. The specialty of this Southwestern-inspired restaurant is slow-roasted or grilled chicken, pork, carne asada and shrimp, which are served in burritos, chimichangas, nachos and other TexMex–style dishes. Other house-made specialties include a Southwestern-encrusted rib eye, a full rack of barbecued ribs, lamb shank, applewood-smoked pork chops, build-your-own kabobs, local seafood from Wanchese harbor, healthy salads and soups and more.
305 Queen Elizabeth Street
Poor Richards is the local meet-and-greet neighborhood sandwich shop by day and bar by night. It has two doors, one leading from the Manteo boardwalk and another off the street. You can eat inside in a booth or table or sit outside on the patio right next to the water. You order at the counter, get your drink and your number then wait for your meal to be delivered to your table. Poor Richards is a Boar's Head deli serving hot and cold sandwiches made to order and served with chips and a pickle.