Every vacation destination has its own unique draw to potential visitors, whether it's a national monument, a fantastic shopping or dining scene, or an exotic locale that's meant for total relaxation. Many newcomers to the Outer Banks are surprised to learn that this destination has all of these attributes and more, and it can be hard to narrow down the overflowing list of "must-sees" or "must-dos" that have to be squeezed into a 1-2 week OBX vacation.
Dairy Queen, endearlingly called “DQ” by fans, is a soft serve ice cream and restaurant chain serving tasty eats, treats and beverages.
For lunch and dinner, the menu offers a variety of items and combo meals including burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and fries. Popular favorites include a Chicken Strip Basket, Popcorn Shrimp Basket, Cheeseburger and Bacon Cheese Grill Burger. You can also select from Iron Grilled Sandwiches, Hot Dogs and premium salads.
Frozen treats and soft serve ice cream are what really make Dairy Queen famous and such a successful restaurant chain. Dairy Queen’s famous Blizzards mix your favorite toppings into a creamy frozen treat that can be enjoyed by the spoonful. Popular Blizzard flavors include M&Ms candies, Butterfinger, Oreo and other brand name candy and cookie flavors. Each month a unique flavored Blizzard is featured on special, such as Raspberry Truffle or Turtle Brownie. Milk shakes, malts and hand dipped cones are some of the other delicious frozen treats offered on the menu.
Dairy Queen operates as a quick and convenient beach stand, with a drive thru and picnic tables outside. Stop by for a quick meal or a delicous impromptu treat to sweeten up your day.
Additionally, ice cream cakes sold at Dairy Queen are perfect for any occasion and will please a crowd. Cakes of various sizes serve 8 to 24 people.
The first Dairy Queen opened in 1940, and today nearly 6,000 stores canvas the United States and 21 foreign countries, all committed to the slogan, “We Treat Your Right.”
Is this your business? Update your listing by messaging us