Perhaps the reason that this area of maritime forest goes unnoticed, (an area which in fact comprises the majority of Frisco Village), is simply because the oceanfront beaches just yards away are too alluring to ignore, and garner the lion's share of vacationers' interest. This is understandable, as when most folks think of an Outer Banks vacation, they envision miles of unspoiled beaches, refreshing ocean waves, and plenty of room to spread out a beach blanket, and Frisco's beaches have all of these attributes in spades.
The Channel Bass is under new ownership, and they are rocking a great menu and also offer live entertainment. Dine year round in a roomy yet casual atmosphere filled with tables and booths where you can enjoy everything from a burger and fries to a seafood dinner. The eatery features a full bar with draft and bottled beer and wine and mixed beverages. They have entertainment twice a week, which you can enjoy in the outdoor eating area. Lunch specials include old time favorites like hot dogs, hamburgers, fish tacos, chicken tenders and oyster burgers. Munch on Hatteras nachos, Philly steak and cheese, calamari, steamed shrimp and skin-on French fries.
Dinner entrees are laden with fish choices including the catch of the day, shrimp, scallops, seafood cakes and platters, flounder, oysters, mussels and clams. Meat lovers will appreciate the 16 ounce hand cut, top choice ribeye. Order white or red wine or champagne by the glass or bottle. Draft beers include Guiness, Flagship IPA, Blue Moon, Bud Light and Yuengling. Enjoy a late night menu that includes snow crab legs, steamed shrimp, oysters Rockefeller and more. The kid’s menu is definitely kid-friendly with hamburgers, fries, grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs and mozzarella sticks. Whether lunching, dining or have a late night snack, The Channel Bass has got you covered.
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