Before social media, cable TV was the primary vehicle local restaurants adopted to showcase their offerings and stand out in the crowd. Here’s a chance to relive that experience from Pigman’s---and learn what’s new in a post Miss Piggy Lou era! ... Read full article
Fans of Max’s Pizza who have been missing their lasagna and excellent pies, we have some good news.
Max’s is back at a new location that sports a larger, more appealing dining area replete with a bar, a huge kitchen and an expanded menu.... Read full article
Maybe you’ve noticed the Outer Banks Salt Cave at MP 4.5 on Hwy 158? What’s it all about? What do you do in there? Wonder no more! The OBX Buzz has the answers in our video tour and our Buzz article of the week!... Read full article
Regardless of what industry each of us is in, we’re all doing our best to keep our employees and customers safe while protecting ourselves and our families. Of course, the decisions we’re forced to make have come with huge sacrifice and loss.... Read full article
Happily, the Town of Nags Head was able to find a way to hold their summer series of Farmer’s Market into its third year and vendors and customers cooperate in following the protocols of social distancing, wearing masks and washing hands.... Read full article
Entertainment gigs dried up completely during Phase 1 of the state’s virus response and have only marginally rebounded during Phase 2 when restaurants could re-open but at limited capacity.
Two OBX Musicians, Graham Outten and Bobby Soto Interview.... Read full article
This week the OBX Buzz paid a visit to the Lost Colony Brewery & Café in the historic downtown Manteo waterfront district. Owner Paul Charron filled us in on what’s been going on at the brewery since March during the hard lock down and the Phase 2.... Read full article
COVID-19 hit the restaurant industry hard but Outer Banks restaurants and local government changed policies to provide more options. Will expanded takeout, delivery and outdoor dining persist post-COVID? OBX.Live explores the possibilities. ... Read full article
The COVID crisis revealed how vulnerable our food supply chain has become to disruption. The Weeping Radish, an Outer Banks restaurant located in Currituck County, has long been at the forefront of the Farm to Fork movement.... Read full article