We eat here every time we come to OBX at least twice on our trips. Fresh local seafood, excellent service and delicious desserts!
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We chose to dine at Tale of The Whale our last night and it was well worth it. The restaurant was clean, the service was prompt and the food was absolutely wonderful. If you can get a table next to the window, the view of...More
Ask for Jen. We ate at the bar to avoid the long line. GREAT move. Fast service, no rush. The filets were out of this world tender and flavorful. Jen talked us into the seared tuna appetizer. Neither of us have ever tried this before...More
We recently ate at this restaurant for dinner. The sunset and the setting were absolutely amazing. Also, the service was perfect, and the food was delicious. I would recommend this place. Our waitress was attentive and helpful.
We came in for dinner the last night of our trip, and left unbelievably full and happy. First and foremost, they close soon for the season, but watch their website for details on the early bird special. This past weekend it was 20% off the...More
We visited here on a recommendation from our hotel staff. Got there right after they opened and still had to wait about 30mins for a table. The food was worth the wait. Everything was prepared fresh and was perfectly cooked. Seafood was super fresh. Excellent...More
We started going to this restaurant in the 1980's; we liked it then, and we liked it just as much a few weeks ago. The food is excellent with a large selection. The service was excellent and we didn't feel rushed although there were a...More
Expect long lines, but they are worth the wait. Don't forget the coupon in the visitor's guide. A full-course menu of fresh seafood and good looking steaks and Italian specialties. Our flounder was too much to eat, but it was delicious. Tale of the Whale...More
We called to ask about the wait time and was told there was none for our small party of 3. We did not wait and were seated promptly. Our service was excellent the entire evening. The lobster was about 1 and a third pounds and...More