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.
Feast on a distinct variety of small plates and appetizers at this unique eatery that’s tucked away in one of Ocracoke’s newest and more popular hang-out spots, the 1718 Brewery. Plum Pointe Kitchen offers an extensive menu of delicious fare that can’t be found anywhere else, and which pairs perfectly with the brewery’s on-site and rotating selection of craft beers.
Plum Pointe Kitchen focuses on infusing the flavors used in the local Ocracoke brews for perfect pairings, and the resulting menu is both extensive and enticing. Patrons with a big appetite for beer-friendly fare can munch on classic small plates like local oysters, panko chicken tenders, and Southern Style Oysters Rockefeller, or can indulge in something wholly unique and new, like the N.C. Yellowfin Tuna Sliders, the Scallop Ceviche, the Hawaiian Pork Tacos, or a huge variety of global fare. There’s a great assortment of burgers, sandwiches, appetizers, and other munchies, and the locally sourced ingredients add an extra dose of flavor to the already stellar and distinctive menu. With lots of ways to satisfy a big craving after a beach day or a couple of beers at the on-site brewery, Plum Pointe Kitchen is a fun destination with lots of reasons to return again and again.
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