Easter On The Outer Banks
Easter 2017 is almost here on the Outer Banks, and we have compiled some of the funnest events happening to help you celebrate!
The Jolly Roger Restaurant in Kill Devil Hills has great dinner specials on the menu for Easter Sunday, April 16, featuring:
– Ham Dinner with Pineapple Honey Glazed Sugar Cured Ham, Homemade Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Green Beans, Glazed Carrots, Dinner Rolls, and Mini Dessert for $13.95;
– Pork Roast with Oven-Roasted Potatoes, Carrots and Onions, side of Homemade Baked Apples, and Mini Dessert for $15.95.
Both specials will be served all day on Easter, starting at 11:30am.
Kelly’s Restaurant and Tavern in Nags Head will be be serving up their annual Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 16.
The Easter menu at Kelly’s includes all your holiday favorites, including chowder, oysters, salad, quiche, eggs benedict, ham, and crab cakes. Reservations for the brunch are recommended.
Later that night, the annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt takes place, with live music starting at 9:30pm, leading up to the Easter Bunny “Kelly” making his anxiously awaited appearance at 11pm, as he leads everyone outside to find the hidden eggs in the backyard.
Everyone can go outside in the dark to find the eggs in a specified roped-off area of the backyard to find the eggs.
The key to finding the eggs fast is to bring a flashlight and something to hold all your rewards.
The Easter Bunny is coming, with appearances scheduled at the annual Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 1 at the Dare County Parks and Rec Center in Kill Devil Hills, and then at Nags Head’s annual Easter Egg Hunt for kids on Saturday, April 15 starting at 10am at Town Park, located on West Barnes Street.