Outer Banks Seafood Markets

There are few better times in life to get seafood than when you’re on the Outer Banks, so take advantage of the many Outer Banks seafood markets sprinkled throughout the area. Whether you like to try the most exotic fish in the market or prefer to play it safe with tuna or shrimp, these seafood markets offer daily fresh catches, like mahi mahi, and imported delicacies, like Scottish salmon. Some of the Outer Banks seafood markets are giant establishments that cater to all sorts of tastes, selling both local catches and imported fish along with other groceries. Other markets are tiny huts that have served locals for years (some have been in business for more than a century!) and can take fish from the ocean and into your kitchen within a few hours. Check out the below listing of Outer Banks seafood markets to see where you can catch some delicious dinner during your vacation. 

Outer Banks Shopping by Area

Corolla | Duck & Southern Shores | Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills & Nags Head
Roanoke Island & Manteo | Hatteras Island | Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks Shopping by Category

Seaside Farm Market

Outer Banks Seafood Markets
787 Sunset Boulevard, Corolla
(252) 453-8285

While visiting Corolla, stop by Seaside Farm Market located at the corner of the TimBuck II shopping center. The market has a complete selection of local and regional in-season produce including sweet corn, vine-ripened tomatoes and peaches picked fresh from the tree. They also carry fresh, local seafood including mahi mahi, scallops, crabs and tuna. Check out the homemade jams, BBQ and seafood sauces, farm... read more

While visiting Corolla, stop by Seaside Farm Market located at the corner of the TimBuck... read more

Whalebone Seafood

Outer Banks Seafood Markets
101 Gray Eagle Street, The Bypass at MP 16.5, Nags Head
(252) 441-8808

Purchase fresh, locally sourced seafood at this Outer Banks established market. Their daily offerings include tuna, shrimp, scallops, crabs, clams, oysters, crab meat and whatever else the waters yield each day. You can take out steamed shrimp, crabs and steamer dinners, as well as homemade salads and the marinades, sauces and spices you need to prepare your seafood dinner.