Fishbones opened June 9, 1995 as Duck's Original Raw Bar and casual Caribbean style restaurant. Its Tiki Bar was also the original Tiki Bar on the ... More
Fishbones Raw Bar & Restaurant
Fishbones opened June 9, 1995 as Duck's Original Raw Bar and casual Caribbean style restaurant. Its Tiki Bar was also the original Tiki Bar on the Outer Banks serving Caribbean libations in collectable tropical style cups from a now world famous drink menu. Fishbones is also the home of the "Best Clam Chowder on the Outer Banks" as judged at the original Clam Chowder Cook off in 1995 where four out of four judges voted it the best among 41 Outer Banks restaurants. Over the years Fishbones has offered the best in creative Caribbean style Cuisine combined with fresh local Outer Banks Seafood to complement its upbeat casual dining atmosphere. Decorated with a palm trees, a Palm thatch Tiki Bar and natural oak surroundings, Fishbones continues to provide superior service and a upscale quality product at a reasonable price for locals and visitors alike.
The food is not that good to start, but the service once made it even worse. We went in one time early before the crowds come, and so we sat down at a table. No service came, for at least 15 minutes! We checked and it even said they were opened. That was lame!
We got a seat right away which was a good thing, no waiting. How ever when we got in there it looked as if it was orginal a bar and they decided to put a few tables in and decided to service food. The food was GREAT apart from the craps legs it was about $23 and you only got one with the smallest bit of meat on it in the world. All the food was OVER priced. The location was great, after our meal we went around the shops and had an ice cream for next door.
Food was eh, I had a Carribean Chicken Sandwich. Sounded tasty, but the gummy & chewiness of the chicken breast killed it.
The place was also uncomfortably hot - they seated us in a corner next to a big empty aquarium.
Food - 6
Service - 5
Fishbones is a very relaxed casual dining spot. Can be romantic or can take the family. I like sitting out on the deck watching the sun set. Food is very good and you get your moneys worth. Have food for everyones taste buds.
One of the northernmost communities on the Outer Banks, Duck offers some of the last remaining unspoiled beachfronts on the
Eastern seaboard. Both the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Sound offer excellent water sports opportunities. The resort has many ...
Duck Inn Bed and Breakfast is a waterfront cottage featuring three guest rooms with King beds and private baths and
high speed Internet. The inn is within walking distance of the beach and area restaurants.
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