The Ocracoke Wild Horses, or "Banker Ponies" are easily Ocracoke's oldest residents, and have been plodding along the island for the last few hundred years. These famed horses are arguably one of the island's top attractions, and can be easily admired by any Ocracoke visitor via a quick trip to the National Park Service's Ocracoke Pony Pen.
A favorite spot for early risers and beach-goers alike, Eduardo's Taco Stand is a staple for Ocracoke fans who want to dive into some fresh Mexican fare that is packed with flavor. Featuring a classic array of traditional Latin dishes as well as plenty of unique fare that will make anyone a fan of global flavors, Eduardo's offers filling, fresh and easy meals for anyone who wants to satisfy a worldly craving for delicious and easy-to-order and pick-up cuisine.
Eduardo's is conveniently located close to the southernmost ORV access to Ocracoke Inlet, and it’s not unusual for folks to hop off the beach to dive into a taco, burrito, or other specialty that has made this small Ocracoke taco stand world famous. Offering breakfast, lunch, and early dinners, Eduardo's’s menu is loaded with enticing options, which includes the standard tacos and burritos, as well as more unusual items that are wholly authentic. For something unique, pop over for breakfast and try a delicious and fresh breakfast burrito that can be loaded with eggs, cheese, beans, avocado, and fresh and homemade salsas. Featuring relaxed outdoor seating nearby and lots of fresh fare to go around, Eduardo's is a favorite spot for an easy meal that doesn’t skimp on flavor.
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