Front Porch Cafe-Kill Devil Hills
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Chill coffee shop using house-roasted beans also offers baked goods, bagels & free internet access.
Just around the corner. Short walk or bike ride for that cup of Java.. Lunch and more.
Walk to this nice local coffee shop, about a half mile north on the west side of the bypass.
“This is the restaurant NOT to miss! Their creative menu offers incredible local dishes and is designed to sell out- they often are on a wait. If you can go during the sweet spot between lunch and dinner, do it! And definitely save room for one of their home made desserts ”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Budget friendly and will have what you need. Nothing too fancy; decent deli, BIG store.... No self checkout. ”
“Family owned restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Great specials!”
“Delicious local food and they brew their own beer (and root beer!). They even have a pirate ship in the backyard for kids and corn hole boards. Live music is preformed outside every evening in season”
State / Provincial Park
“The tallest living sand dune on the Atlantic coast is a premier location for kites, sightseeing and sunsets, with a view arcing from the ocean to Roanoke Sound. A visitor center with museum and 360-foot boardwalk with exhibits explain the dune’s ecology and are a gradual entry to the massive dune field. Hang gliding lessons are available through a vendor in the park. Experienced hang gliders must have a current USHPA membership and get a flying permit at the visitor center. Shoes and sun protection are recommended. By calling ahead a minimum of 24 hours in advance, visitors with mobility restrictions can request a ride between 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in our all-terrain-vehicle to the top of the dunes. Rides will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes and availability will depend on weather and staff availability. The soundside access of the park is a different experience offering sunbathing, wading, paddling, and a one-mile nature trail that opens onto wetlands, grassy dunes and maritime thickets.”