Nags Head Approves Restaurant Docking
One of the beautiful things about this barrier island is our access to water. Not just the Atlantic Ocean, but also, the various sound access points on the west side of the Outer Banks. Enjoying a day on the sound is a favorite for locals and tourists. After a day of fishing or casual cruising - what’s better than docking your boat at a restaurant to grab some dinner?
The Town of Nags Head is one step closer to having soundside access for restaurant patrons who wish to arrive to dinner by boat. Recently, the Nags Head Board of Commissioners approved a request to allow restaurants on the sound in recreational overlay districts to provide docking for up to four boats. The zone spans from Milepost 15.5 on US 158 south along the Nags Head-Manteo causeway to Pond Island.
You can thank establishments such as Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant and Tale of the Whale Restaurant for submitting the request to the town over a year ago.
About the Author
Joanna Harrington, Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty, holds the positions of 2019 YPN Public Relations Leader.
My favorite part of my real estate career are the personal relationships I form with my clients and showing them this barrier island that I love so much.