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Ocean views over an OBX breakfast

The breakfast food is simple. The ocean view is spectacular.

At Nags Head Pier House Restaurant, it’s a no frills, no thrills affair. Patrons don’t seem to mind the tight quarters as they pack into the small eatery that looks out over the Atlantic Ocean.

Nags Head Pier House Restaurant looks out over the fishing pier.

Nags Head Pier House Restaurant looks out over the fishing pier.

Served from 7 a.m. until noon on the weekends, breakfast attracts locals, beach goers, fishermen and visitors staying at rental houses up and down the beach road in Nags Head. The menu features omlettes, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches — your typical greasy American breakfast. There are no substitutions, but most meals come with a choice of home fries or grits (yes, we are in the South) on the side. You can also add a side. I always ask for a side of fruit — once I got a cup of strawberries, another time I got a mix of citrus fruits. The portions are quite filling, and dishes often include toast on the side.

A veggie omelette, home fries, wheat toast, fresh strawberries and coffee for breakfast at Pier House Restaurant in Nags Head, N.C.

A veggie omelette, home fries, wheat toast, fresh strawberries and coffee for breakfast at Pier House Restaurant in Nags Head, N.C.

Menu: Omelettes, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, home fries, grits and other greasy spoon fare

Drink List: Breakfast cocktails, Bloody Mary

Price: Meals under $15

Location: 3335 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, NC 27959

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Wish you were here,

Erin

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