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Hatteras Shopping in Hatteras Village, NC

This page provides information on Hatteras shopping in Hatteras Village, NC on the Outer Banks.

 

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Blue Pelican Gallery

57762 N Carolina 12
Hatteras Village
(252) 986-2244

Inside a restored 1950s Hatteras cottage, Blue Pelican Gallery offers an eclectic mix of artwork, most of it local. Owner/artist Jennifer Johnson is a native Hatteras Islander, and her photography reflects her love of the area. She also creates jewelry, which she sells here as well. Blue Pelican represents other local artists too, and you’ll find surf art, prints, tiles, pottery, ornaments, stained glass, hand-carved birds, music and much more. They’re expanding Hatteras Island’s only yarn room which is chock full of all the knitting supplies you could need. Blue Pelican also offers a fun selection of upcycled art pieces made of glass, copper and wood. Look for this gallery beside Burrus Red & White.

Burrus Market

57196 Kohler Road and N.C. Highway 12
Hatteras Village
(252) 986-2333

Burrus has been serving Hatteras Villagers and visitors for more than a century — since 1866! It’s a small but well-stocked full-service grocery store with fresh meats, seafood and produce, necessities and specialty products. The people are always friendly here, and it’s open year round.

Kitty Hawk Kites

39432 N.C. Highway 12
Island Shops
Avon
(252) 995-6060
5848 Hatteras Landing
Hatteras Village
(252) 986-1446
24505 N.C. Highway 12
Waves Village
Rodanthe
(252) 987-2297
1216 Duck Road
Wee Winks Square
Duck
(252) 261-4450
Toll Free
(877) 359-8447

Kitty Hawk Kites specializes in kites, from the single-lines for kids to high-tech stunt varieties. The stores also sell fun things like flags, toys, boomerangs and games. You’ll find the Outer Banks’ largest selection of Crocs, Pirate Booty, Rt. 12 and Life Is Good apparel and the coolest selection of T-shirts, sweatshirts, outdoor clothing, sunglasses, sandals and more. KHK stores also offer toys and gifts that you won’t find anywhere else on the Outer Banks. Kitty Hawk Kites has 13 locations from Corolla to Ocracoke. 

One of the Outer Banks’ foremost recreation outfitters, Kitty Hawk Kites' Hatteras Village location also offers kayak ecotours and kayak rentals. And in Rodanthe, the Kitty Hawk Kites' Hatteras Kiteboarding Resort is where you can buy kiteboarding gear, take lessons and rent kayaks, kiteboarding gear and standup paddleboards. See our Recreation section. 

 

Lee Robinson’s General Store

58372 N.C. Highway 12
Hatteras Village
(252) 986-2381

Lee Robinson’s General Store, on the south end of Hatteras Village, has been serving the village since 1948. It’s a convenient place to stop for groceries, gourmet items, snacks, drinks, ice, beer and fine wine. You’ll also have fun shopping for T-shirts and beachwear, books, maps, souvenirs and beach supplies. There’s a neat gift gallery upstairs. The store is open daily 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. in season. Stop in and watch the sun set over the Pamlico on Lee Robinson’s newly built sunset patio. Their Sticky Bottom Produce Co. fruit and veggie stand across the street from the General Store is open starting at 9 a.m. It operates mid-May through October. 

SeaWorthy Gallery

58401 N.C. Highway 12
Hatteras Village
(252) 986-6510

In a stunningly beautiful robin’s-egg blue building on N.C. 12 just before the ferry docks, you’ll find SeaWorthy Gallery. Painter and owner Carole Nunnally showcases fine, hand-crafted local and regional art in a variety of mediums, including painting, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, wood carvings and much more. Rather than the expected grouping by artistic mediums, she divides the gallery into themes – shorebirds, marine life, boats and lighthouses, whimsical, jewelry-pottery and people-places-things. It adds up to a delightful shopping experience. You can take a peak at their artwork online, too. The gallery has the largest selection of N.C.-made pottery on Hatteras Island, and the hand-painted porcelain and sand dollar ornaments are some of the favorite items here.