Buying fresh fish from local fishermen to cook for dinner has become one of the highlights of our Outer Banks vacations ever since we discovered Risky Business. Everything is fresh and local (or clearly marked if "imported" from Virginia as the flounder was the last time we were there). It's all so good, the service is friendly, and we only stopped there one time (buying fresh mahi to take back to cook and storing it in a cooler we'd brought along for that purpose) because we were staying on Ocracoke rather than in Hatteras - but swung by Risky Business on our return to bring dinner home, even though Ocracoke also has a very good place selling fresh local seafood (the Ocracoke Seafood Company) which no doubt would have done as well, but Risky Business was our first love. Highly recommended!
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