We had a excellent lunch there on a rainy day. Between us we had fried grouper, oysters and scallops. Well worth the visit. Seems to be a local favorite hangout. Great food and service. Am glad they recovered after the fire.
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You might just drive right past this place..don't, make sure you stop. Fresh fish dishes and many specials are available...excellent. And the drinks are very reasonable.
On a 3 day fishing trip we found Pops Raw bar. Great seafood and select craft beers in the bottle only. We tried the fried seafood plates of oysters and shrimp replet with fries, slaw, and great service! Good local ambiance!
Great local place. Limited seating at tables so you may have to sit at circular bar. Not really set up for large groups. Lots of appealing entrees and they often have a beer special. Love the generous oyster sandwich. Often some interesting and entertaining clientele...More
We were hungry. Stopped at Pop's on our way to the lighthouse. This hole in the wall is a local favorite and quickly became our favorite place to eat in the entire Outer Banks. The seafood is amazing and we couldn't eat enough of it...More
We stopped in for lunch and for a drink on two separate occasions this week. The food is EXCELLENT, top notch, but the service is just maybe not exactly what you’d expect if you’re used to being waited on hand and foot. They’re definitely locals...More
A small road side restaurant and raw bar. The food came out quick and it was all cooked perfectly. THe wasabi crab balls and all of the stamed seafoood were delicious.
Stopped here to get a quick bite and waste a few minutes. I couldn't decide on what to get so I ordered too much and ate it all. My favorites were the fish bites and the shrimp.
This was our first visit to Pops after looking at other reviews we figured local would be good. This is a small oyster bar/grill. We ordered fish sandwiches from tuna to mahi, to a grouper. and my brother and sister-in law ordered a doz steamed...More