Hatteras Restaurants: Breakfast Spots

Whether you want breakfast to be a big, sit-down affair, or you’re looking for a grab-and-go goodie to the beach, Hatteras restaurants have the eggs and bacon or scones and coffee to satisfy. Several restaurants here open early for breakfast, with American classics, such as stacks of pancakes, eggs, bacon and breakfast burritos. For a classic taste of the South, head to locally loved carry-out spots for a biscuit sandwich. For those of us who crave sweets in the mornings, plan to have breakfast at a Hatteras Island restaurant. Bakeries, coffee shops and other eateries draw crowds with home-baked fritters cinnamon rolls, fritters, muffins and more. Don’t forget the cup of coffee or latte to go with them. 

 

Atlantic Coast Cafe

Hatteras Breakfast Spots
25150 N.C. Highway 12, across from the KOA Campground, Waves
(252) 987-1200

Expect great food and awesome service at Atlantic Coast Cafe in Waves. This destination cafe on Hatteras Island features a full menu of hot and fresh breakfasts – pancakes, omelettes, Monte Cristo, Hatteras Breakfast Wrap, fresh coffee and breakfast sides. Lunches and dinners showcase stuffed grilled wraps, tasty burgers, unique Reubens (crab cake, shrimp, classic), their famous marinated or Cajun grilled tuna, delicately fried seafood...read more

Expect great food and awesome service at Atlantic Coast Cafe in Waves. This destination cafe...read more

Diamond Shoals Restaurant and Seafood Market

Hatteras Breakfast Spots
46843 N.C. Highway 12, Buxton
(252) 995-5217

Diamond Shoals is a family-owned restaurant that has been serving visitors and locals for more than 25 years. It’s open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is welcoming of large groups. Breakfast is full service and hearty, including omelets, platters, hotcakes and more. At lunch or dinner, be sure to try their award-winning clam chowder and crab bisque. They are well known for having...read more

Diamond Shoals is a family-owned restaurant that has been serving visitors and locals for more than...read more