Serving the Outer Banks for over 25 years, Stop N Shop continues to provide friendly, relaxed and informative customer service to our community, visitors and rental property owners. We are a local legend! The most common heard mantra from our customers is “If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, you probably didn’t need it anyway!” We’ve always proudly offered a line of eclectic merchandise superior to the trinket store “junk”. We are located on the Beach Road directly across the street from Kill Devil Hills’ “BEST” Beach Access and KDH Lifesaving Station. We are open 364 days a year to serve our year round community.
• Boar’s Head Deli
• Gourmet Foods & Groceries
• Wine, Beer, Kegs
• Beach Apparel & Accessories
• Reefs, Sanuks, Maui Jim
• Beach Supplies
• Fishing Tackle
• Exxon Gas
1. SPRING IS SPRINGING SAMMI
Cajun Roast Beef and Cajun Turkey on an oven baked 7 grain batard
with baby greens,tomato, onion, jalapeno peppers, roasted red pepper,
3 Pepper Colby cheese and Cajun mayo………$7.49
2. EASTER EGG EATS
Ever Roast Chicken and Deluxe Ham on whole wheat or plain Ciabatta
bread with lettuce, tomato, sweet peppers, Lacey Swiss cheese and
3. CRAZY BUNNY BITES
Homemade Hummus in a wrap with baby spinach, tomato, super slaw
with light Ginger dressing…………………$5.69
4. MARSHMALLOW CHICK MUNCHIES
Buffalo Chicken on a toasted Sundried tomato Focaccia roll with
lettuce, tomato, onion, Mozzarella cheese and a refreshing sour cream
cilantro jalapeno spread with a touch of Lizano salsa……$6.89
5. GOOD FRIDAY GRUB
Honey Ham on a toasted Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato, pickle,
Muenster cheese and Honey mustard.
Served with pasta or red potato salad………….$6.49
Add an 8oz soup for $1.00……………………………$7.49
It’s Thursday, partly sunny/cloudy, light/variable winds, 0 % chance of rain with an expected high about 42 degrees. Sunset will be at 5:25 PM and sunrise tomorrow will be at 7:06 AM. First tide is high at 2:55 AM and low at 9:35 AM. Second tide is high at 3:15 PM followed with the low at 9:26 PM. Water temperature at the Duck Research Pier this morning is posted at 41 chilly degrees.
Haven’t heard of any fish caught on the northern beaches the last couple days and if the actual water temps are hovering around the low 40s, I can’t really blame the fish for not wanting to feed. It would take a lot of energy for them to move around in water that cold. The tackle shops down south haven’t posted any reports lately so I assume there haven’t been many anglers trying, given the weather we’ve had of late. We are in the heart of the winter season but be optimistic, the days are rapidly getting longer. Comparing sunrise/sunset for today with Jan 1st, todays daylight is 33 minutes longer than it was for New Years Day. Doesn’t that almost make you feel warm and toasty. Summer is on the way!!!
Take a kid fishing, Coolbreeze out