Loved eating here. Lots of locals so you know it has to be good. Crab cakes, fries, and homemade ranch dressing were amazing! Lots of TV's to watch your sports on. Friendly and efficient staff.
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Sam & Omie's is one of the first places we tried when we first visited the Outer Banks years ago, and it continues to hold a special place for us. It's not a complicated place - you won't find any aioli spread here - but...More
This was a great, little place to eat! We tried breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Very affordable, great food, and very pleasant staff.
Nice enough eatery that seems very popular with the locals. My breakfast was good and reasonably priced. Very friendly service. Primary attraction may be the bar.
Oh my gracious! Could barely get in the door at Sam & Omie's in Nags Head! So glad we did not let the 15 minute wait discourage us. I had Broiled scallops (there were 20), Cole slaw and Collard greens. Husband had Whale of a...More
We had a group of nine, hungry and looking for a good local restaurant. Oh my this place must be a winner, as the front lobby is filled with people waiting to get in. Luck had us covered, a table being held for a party...More
Started off with a Bloody Mary, neither of us liked it and maybe that set the tone for us. We both had seafood and it was ok but nothing special. Even the side dishes were bland, no care taken to spice them up. I wonder...More
Wife getting ready for day and heard good biscuits and gravy so was by myself.. they were right... fast friendly and reasonably priced. Looked like lots of locals which is almost always a plus.. Would go back if in same area for lunch as well....More
We walked down to Sam & Omies from the motel to grab lunch, once we checked into the motel. The food was good. Although the honey mustard had a vinegar taste to it. not very pleasing. The service was very good. Our waitress was named...More