Enjoyed another breakfast with the friendly staff at Sam & Omie’s. Very nice to experience the authentic feel of an OBX tradition and great food.
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We ate after 830pm. The clam chowder is a clear base and good, plenty of crackers were given. Also enjoyed the fried seafood platter (shrimp and scallops) . The Mac and cheese is generic but we enjoyed the fries and cornbread. Also had a yummy...More
The food was pretty good. A bit too stuffy. Ordered the "whale of a meal" or something. Dressing sauces were Very good. Decor was kinda lame. Food WAY overpriced. Very friendly waitresses. Overall comparison, better then Most of the "Hatteras" restaurants. I personally think ppl...More
Whenever visiting the Outer Banks the one place that I HAVE to go to. Great food and cheap prices. Started of as a fisherman's local place because it is right before the Oregon Inlet. Every summer my family would vacation in the Outer Banks and...More
We visit the obx every sept for 2 weeks. Sam and Omies is a definite favorite., but this past sept they changed there clams . This was the first year without my favorite clamdog. My friends and family were amazed that i didn't even try...More
In the heart of Nags Head's Whalebone district, very near Jennette's Pier, Sam & Omie's Restaurant is an Outer Banks original! A local recommended this place when my wife and I were visiting Nags Head several years ago, and we're so glad he did. We...More
Stopped in for lunch on Saturday and the parking lot and restaurant were empty. Not sure as web information indicated they were opened. Hope nothing serious caused them to close as this is one of our favorite go-to places on the Outer Banks
We ate most our meals at Sam & Omie's and it was all quite tasty!. The crab was great and I still think about that meat loaf!!! You won't be disappointed!
Plenty of sitting.. friendly wait staff.. great food.. we ate breakfast there every morning of our 4 day stay.