The general vibe on Hatteras Island, for the most part, is pretty casual and is known for sticking to its culture that’s based on these seasoned fishing villages. However, when it comes to Hatteras restaurants, don’t think you won’t find gourmet cuisine here or chefs playing with innovative fusions of different types of cuisine. Flavors inspired by the South Pacific Islands, Japan, Mexico and Europe mingle in seafood dishes, steak dinners and more. And don’t judge these Hatteras restaurants by looks alone. Even the spots housed in quaint cottages can whip out oysters by the half shell, seared filets and pasta bursting with fresh seasonal vegetables.
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