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Lifesaving Station


Located in the original Caffey’s Inlet Lifesaving


the Lifesaving Station is a favorite restaurant in Duck celebrating the “best breakfast on the Outer Banks” and southern coastal cuisine. New with the renovations is a spacious outside seating deck and large fireplace. Open for three-meals daily and available for large parties.


Restaurant Station No. 5,


Enjoy breathtaking views as the sun dips behind the Currituck Sound in this new vibrant dining room serving an extensive oyster selection, prime steaks and freshly caught local seafood. Formerly the Left Bank, Kimball’s Kitchen offers the same outstanding service and sunsets. Open Tuesday - Saturday from May – October.


SUNRISE TO SUNSET Dining at your finest hour


Lifesaving Station & Kimball’s Kitchen are located at Sanderling Resort.


1461 Duck Road, Duck, NC 27949 l Phone 877.734.5792


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“Were they serious when they asked this?” was my question to Adelia White at Mama Kwan’s. “Absolutely serious,” she told me. Leaving aside whether this would even be legal in North Carolina, I’ve never heard of any bar anywhere doing offering a buy two get one free promotion.


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“Which side of the Beach Road are the piers on?”


Annie Daniels works at Chilli Peppers these days, but she’s been handing out drinks efficiently and with a certain amount of humor for a number of years. I didn’t ask her what her answer was. I’m not sure there is a good answer to that.


“Do you live here?”


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