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"Southern" food in OBX?

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CookingGirl Sep 23, 2009 05:59 AM

Last year when we were in Charleston, SC we really enjoyed what I would call "Southern" food from places like Boulevard Diner, Momma Browns, and Gullah Cuisine. We are headed to the OBX in a few days and I was wondering if there are any places like this ("meat and three", etc) there. Thanks in advance.

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    mojoeater RE: CookingGirl Sep 23, 2009 03:01 PM

    I've been going to the OBX for almost 40 years and cannot say I've ever seen what you just described. Lots of good seafood, though.

    1. Sue in Mt P RE: CookingGirl Sep 23, 2009 03:30 PM

      You were in Mt Pleasant! I I live here now, but am very familiar with the Banks. Instead of meat n 3 try Kill Devil Grill or Rundown Cafe. Different, but great nonetheless. Have fun.

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        jellybear RE: Sue in Mt P Sep 24, 2009 07:38 AM

        Darrylls in Manteo has good Home Cookin ! Meatloaf with Tomato Gravy ,Fried Chicken,Hamburger Steak,ECT, ECT.

      2. SweetPhyl RE: CookingGirl Sep 24, 2009 09:57 AM

        The Outer Banks is sorely in need of a "meat & 3" style restaurant & I know it would do VERY well. However, the aforementioned Darryl's in Manteo is about as close as you can get. I can also recommend Basnight's Lone Cedar--they have a lot of their own "homegrown" and locally produced items. It's not a meat & 3, per se, but it can be rather tasty. Enjoy your visit!

        1. bbqdawg RE: CookingGirl Sep 24, 2009 11:35 AM

          Its not a meat 'n three, but Blue Point in Duck has lowcountry and southern-style dishes such as she crab soup, fried catfish, and grilled local pork chops with mac 'n cheese and tomatoes and vidalia onions.

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