Live Music, Fresh Catch, Breakfast and More
Big Daddy's has been a Southern tradition for people who enjoy great food, fun times and friends. Sit outside and enjoy views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Kure Beach Pier while enjoying a cocktail, sample an appetizer or dine on freshly prepared to order seafood that will satisfy any appetite. Every Friday and Saturday from 6:00pm until 9:00pm enjoy live music on the deck! Browsing the menu you will find a variety of excellent steamed, broiled, grilled, smoked as well as fried seafood and meat selections all hand cut. Serving up the freshest dishes possible the kitchen receives fresh local seafood and produce from North Carolina fisherman and farmers in order to provide a quality of food that makes Big Daddy’s a destination. Choose from enticing entrees, like the fresh catch-of-the-day fish, Big Daddy’s Shrimp & Grits, Scallops Florentine, Crab Legs, Crab Cakes, or the KB Boil (Crab legs, shrimp, clams, mussels, crawfish, sausage, corn on the cob and redskin potatoes). The menu also includes a long list of delicious appetizers, soups, salads, pastas and even a kids menu along with daily lunch, dinner and drink specials!
Saturdays and Sundays Big Daddy’s serves breakfast. From 8:00am until Noon select from items like the “build your own omelet” amazing “Shrimp and Grits” and of course traditional items like pancakes, French toast, eggs and more!
Come enjoy this historic restaurant while dining on some of the best food you’ll find on Pleasure Island. Big Daddy’s is located 206 K Avenue in Kure Beach and can be reached by calling (910)458-8622. For more information or to see their full menu, visit them online at www.bigdaddys-nc.com or follow them on Facebook!
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