The Hatteras / Ocracoke ferry is one of the most popular of the seven coastal ferry routes that are orchestrated and managed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT.) Open for everyone, with daily runs that occur 365 days a year, the short 40-45 minute island-hopping ferry provides an integral link for Ocracoke Island to the rest of the Outer Banks, and provides visitors of all seasons with an exciting way to enjoy a coastal day trip. For a little bit of completely free entertainment, hop aboard via car, truck, bike or even just on foot, and discover a scenic boat ride that's just as thrilling as discovering the island of Ocracoke itself.
Whether you are on the hunt for a filling and fresh breakfast or a wholly unique and inspired lunch, Helios' Hideaway can satisfy the largest of appetites on Ocracoke Island. Distinctive for its tempting range of Greek fare that ranges from salads to hefty pizzas, this relatively new addition to the Ocracoke dining scene steals the show with its global flavors that can’t be found anywhere else on the southern Outer Banks.
Helios' Hideaway is renowned for its menu that’s dotted with tempting Greek specialties, and food fans will have a difficult time figuring out what to try first. The breakfast menu has both classic staples like egg plates and biscuits, as well as more unique pita sandwiches and Spanakopita – which is a traditional and tasty Greek spinach and cheese pie. The lunch and dinner menu is bursting with flavor and unique options, thanks to specialties like Falafel, lamb meatballs, stuffed grape leaves, and tempting sides and desserts. There’s also a great selection of pizzas and toppings, (including the signature Greek pizza), as well as beer and wine for a relaxing meal after a hard day on the shore. With great flavor that can’t be found anywhere else on the island, Helios' Hideaway is a fun spot for something new, and something delicious.
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