Shops on Ocracoke Island

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Fig Tree Bakery & Deli and Sweettooth

1015 Irvin Garrish Highway
Ocracoke
(252) 928-3481
Ocracoke Shopping

Fig Tree Bakery & Deli serves breakfast and lunch menu items that offer choices for every craving. Breakfast combinations are available on biscuits, bagels and English muffins. Deli sandwiches and wraps are made to order, as are salads with fresh ingredients. Enjoy breakfast or lunch under the umbrellas on the outdoor seating area or grab and go on the way to the beach or ferry. You'll find...read more

Fig Tree Bakery & Deli serves breakfast and lunch menu items that offer choices for every...read more

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Kitty Hawk Kites

270 Irvin Garrish Highway
Community Square
Ocracoke
(252) 928-4563
Ocracoke Shopping

With stores all along the Outer Banks, Kitty Hawk Kites is an OBX tradition for families and adventure seekers. The Kitty Hawk Kites in Ocracoke is a family-friendly destination for kids and those who are still kids at heart. Check out their impressive offerings of kites, beach games, toys, Outer Banks apparel, wind art and more. In addition to some of the best toys and...read more

With stores all along the Outer Banks, Kitty Hawk Kites is an OBX tradition for...read more

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Moonraker Tea Shop

587 Irvin Garrish Highway
Spencer's Market
Ocracoke
(252) 928-0443
Ocracoke Shopping
Ocracoke Civic & Business Association Contributor

Moonraker Tea Shop sells fresh-brewed hot and iced teas to go, and you can choose from a selection of 275-plus teas. They sell loose-leaf tea, including flavored black teas, green teas, oolongs and orthodox teas. You'll also find herbs, spices and gift items at their location in Spencer's Market. You can shop on their website, and they offer shipping.read more

Moonraker Tea Shop sells fresh-brewed hot and iced teas to go, and you can choose...read more

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Ocracoke Preservation Society and Museum

49 Water Plant Road
Ocracoke
(252) 928-7375
Ocracoke Shopping

For a peek into Ocracoke’s past, visit Ocracoke Preservation Society’s Museum. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to preserving the island’s history and cultural heritage and to protecting its environment. Housed in the turn-of-the-century home of Coast Guard Capt. David Williams, the museum lets visitors glimpse island life in the early to mid-1900s. Many of the architectural elements are intact, and a bedroom, living room and...read more

For a peek into Ocracoke’s past, visit Ocracoke Preservation Society’s Museum. The nonprofit organization is...read more

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Ocracoke Variety Store

950 Irvin Garrish Highway
Ocracoke
(252) 928-4911
Ocracoke Shopping
Ocracoke Civic & Business Association Contributor

The Variety Store is the one-stop island shop where you'll find fresh produce, hand-cut meats, beer and wine and almost all of your grocery needs. It's also the place for t-shirts, beach supplies, ice, household items, over-the-counter medicines, toiletries and gifts. The front foyer has a bulletin board and racks containing local announcements, news, menus, advertisements and information about island happenings. The hardware store next door offers...read more

The Variety Store is the one-stop island shop where you'll find fresh produce, hand-cut meats,...read more

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Ride the Wind Surf Shop

486 Irvin Garrish Highway
Ocracoke
(252) 928-6311
Ocracoke Shopping
Ocracoke Civic & Business Association Contributor

Ride The Wind Surf Shop is your ultimate destination on Ocracoke Island for all things surf and beach. Whether you’re searching for stylish swimwear, beach apparel, the perfect pair of sunglasses or comfortable footwear, they have you covered. They carry the top brands across all categories, and the full list is available online. Exciting new brands for 2024 include Florence Marine X, Critical Slide Society, Turtlebox,...read more

Ride The Wind Surf Shop is your ultimate destination on Ocracoke Island for all things...read more

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Village Craftsmen

170 Howard Street #248
Ocracoke
(252) 928-5541
Ocracoke Shopping
Ocracoke Civic & Business Association Contributor

Walking to Village Craftsmen is almost as much fun as visiting the store. It's at the end of live-oak covered, historic Howard Street, about a block from the harbor. This gallery, run by island natives since 1970, features exquisite traditional and contemporary American-made crafts. You'll find pottery, blown glass, stained glass, wooden kitchen items, musical instruments, lamps, bells, jewelry in a variety of price ranges,...read more

Walking to Village Craftsmen is almost as much fun as visiting the store. It's at...read more