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Aqua Restaurant


1174 Duck Rd, Duck
Earn 3X Points


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Aqua is ideal for watching the sunset with a cocktail in hand, or a quiet dinner with your family. If you want to enjoy the patio overlooking the water during peak hours, you’ll likely have to wait a bit on the spacious lawn, but know the dining room takes reservations and still has a gorgeous view. The Bangin’ Shrimp is a must-order appetizer, but there’s really something for everybody, including a steak, chicken, or fish option. If you’re looking to take a break from all the Outer Banks seafood, the seared duck breast is deliciously tender and has a white peach barbecue sauce that adds a perfect touch of sweetness.

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