When you first catch sight of The Jolly Roger restaurant, you might be unsure exactly what to think of it. Since its conversion from a gas station/grocery store to a restaurant in 1972, The Jolly Roger has been anything but your ordinary Outer Banks restaurant.
We’re eclectic, it’s crazy. You’ll not find another Jolly Roger; there’s no rhyme or reason to this place and that’s what people love about it, says owner Carol Ann Angelos.
The restaurant decor is an eclectic blend of Christmas, pirate paraphernalia, aquatic murals, handmade boutique-style gifts and old-time movie posters.