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.LONG WEEKEND LUNCH
Lemon Pepper Chicken and Honey Ham on an oven baked 7grain
batard with baby greens, tomato, pickle, Cheddar cheese
and Herb mayo ………..$7.49
#2.MEMORIAL DAY MUNCHIES
Roast Beef and Chipotle Chicken on whole wheat or plain
Ciabatta bread with lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapeno
peppers, Jack cheese, and Garlic pepper mayo…….$6.89
#3.BEACH SEASON BITES
Homemade Hummus in a wrap with baby greens, tomato, onion
and Island grain with bean salad……….$5.69
#4.VACATION TIME TREAT
Cracked Pepper Turkey on a Sundried tomato Focaccia roll
with lettuce, tomato, onion, banana peppers, Mozzarella
cheese Ranch dressing………..$6.89
#5.SUMMER KICK OFF COMBO
Pastrami on a toasted Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato,
onion, Swiss cheese and spicy mustard.
Served with pasta, potato or mac salad………$6.49
~*^Thought for the week^*~
~*Memorial Day isn’t just about honoring veterans, its honoring those who lost their lives. Veterans had the fortune of coming home. For us, that’s a reminder of when we come home we still have a responsibility to serve. It’s a continuation of service that honors our country and those who fell defending it.*~
Have a safe and great Memorial Day!
It’s a cool but sunny Thursday May 14th on our sandbar today, the wind is NNE 15-20. We’re expecting a high about 64 degrees, a 0% chance of rain with a choppy wind/swell sea state. Tide is low at 10:46 AM, high at 5:03 PM and low again at 11:37 PM tonight. Sunset is at 8:00 PM and sunrise tomorrow is at 5:58 AM.
Calling around this morning the piers were active. Outer Banks pier was beating up the sea mullet early on then turned into spots later in the morning at the end of the pier (very grassy inside).
Jennettes reported bluefish, sea mullet, spot, sea perch and puffers
Avalon also was decking blues, sea mullet, puffers and spot plus several keeper speckled trout and even a 36 in striper taken on a drum rig fished inside.
Jennettes pier said their water temp was 55 degrees and Duck pier reported theirs at 64 degrees which leads me to believe the water is probably cleaner as you go north. Infrared imagery shows surface water temps at Cape Hatteras and points south much warmer in the 70+ range.
If I were looking for a fish I would probably hike out to the point and see what would munch on my drum rig. If I wanted a bunch of fish, I’d target bluefish with my 1o ft light heaver somewhere around the Cape.
BE A HERO …… TAKE A KID FISHING !!!