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. THE GRAPES OF WRATH
2 oz. Buffalo Chicken, 2 oz. Cajun Roast Beef on an oven-baked 7 grain batard with baby greens, tomatoes, red pepper relish, 3 pepper Colby cheese and Cajun mayo …. $ 7.29
#2. EAST OF EDEN
2 oz. Honey Ham, 2 oz. Honey Turkey on whole wheat or plain ciabatta bread with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, sweet peppers, lacey swiss cheese and honey mustard …………….. $ 6.89
@3. TORTILLA FLAT
Home-made Hummus in a wrap with baby spinach, tomatoes, onions, black olives, muenster cheese and oil and vinegar …………… $ 5.49
#4. CANNERY ROW
3 oz, Cajun Turkey on toasted sun-dried tomato focaccia bread with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, roasted red peppers, garlic pepper mayo and provolone cheese …….. $ 6.89
#5. THE PEARL
2 oz. Salsalito Turkey on a toasted Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, mozzarella cheese and herb mayo. served with soup, pasta or potato salad … $ 6.49
#6. THE RED PONY
3 oz. Cracked Peppercorn Turkey on honey wheat or plain 8 inch sub with lettuce, tomatoes, onion, pickles, banana peppers, mayo and mustard with pepper jack cheese ………. $ 4.89
Mostly overcast today with a significant chance of rain. Expect a high around 67 degrees with a mostly south wind 20 -30 MPH. Sunset will be at 7:28 PM and sunrise tomorrow is at 6:41 AM.
First tide is high at 1:35 AM with the low at 8:20 AM
Second tide is high at 2:12 PM with the low at 8:22 pm
I’ve accepted that it will never be summer again. The water will warm up by September just in time for the first hurricane to make landfall at Hatteras and then shoot up the sounds and turn Va Beach into the northern end of the OBX……. or not!!!
Duck Pier has posted the water temp at 50 degrees. Satellite imagery shows the water temps on the south side of Hatteras Island in the low to mid 60s – there were good reports of nice sea mullets with some blow toads over the weekend down there. Who knows, it might even happen up here one day.