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If there’s one thing the town of Duck, NC, is known for, besides the beach, it’s shopping. Duck is definitely the place to go when you’re longing for a little retail recreation. We like to jokingly remark that Duck’s shopping scene is our own little Rodeo Drive!

Duck shopping is a far cry from shopping in a mall or in a superstore, where homogeny rules. Duck boutiques and specialty shops are unique and individually owned, and each reflects the personality of its owners. The nice thing is that the shops in Duck are clustered together within a half-mile stretch, so you can park the car and walk from place to place. There’s a path alongside the road that keeps foot travel safe for pedestrians. A head’s up: Rainy days are the most crowded shopping days in Duck, and on summer weekends Duck is quite congested with traffic.

All of the Southern Shores shopping options are linked by a nice bike path, so walking is an option. The Southern Shores’ shopping scene is small but up and coming, consisting mainly of the Southern Shores Crossing Shopping Center, the Marketplace (Food Lion, CVS) and Sandy Ridge Center. These are located on the east side of U.S. Highway 158, or the Bypass, around milepost 1. It’s a unique situation for Southern Shores shopping because any business sited directly across the street is in the town of Kitty Hawk, so those shops are not listed in detail here—go to the Nags Head section and search Shopping by the Kitty Hawk location. On the west side of the Bypass are a Home Depot, Walmart, Harris Teeter grocery store, Cato fashions and several other stores.

Note that while the official name of the main road that runs through Duck is N.C. Highway 12, locals call it Duck Road.

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All Ducked Out

  • 1187 Duck Road, Loblolly Pines Shopping Center
  • Duck

The detail that owner, Becky Nolan, has put into creating All Ducked Out is one indication Duck’s newest ladies shop is filled to the brim with spectacularly unique finds and one-of-a-kind pieces. Nolan sourced clothing, jewelry and accessories from a variety of vendors to bring together items that are funky and eclectic. Soft breezy tops, chic wraps and eco-friendly, made in America active wear carry you from the cottage to the beach to date night with ease. Nolan collaborated with selective silversmiths to have jewelry designed exclusively for her shop and is the only place on the Outer Banks to carry Not Your Daughter’s brand denim. Check out her new store, All Ducked Out Too, two doors down.

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ARTspace

  • 1171 Duck Road, Scarborough Lane Shoppes
  • Duck

ARTspace is a gallery where you’ll often find an artist at work and always find local and regional artwork for sale. You’ll find paintings,  glass art, cool jewelry, pottery, ceramics and more. ARTspace’s expanded gallery showcases handmade necklaces by Wendy of Family Jewels in Hatteras, award-winning blown glass items by Bryon Sutherland and Paul Harrie, creative bowls and platters by Dana, handmade solid brass kaleidoscopes, fun jewelry by Sara Chana Designs and Susan Shaw as well as breathtaking glass bracelets by Kevin O’Grady. Art shows and classes for children are also held here, so keep an eye out for the dates. Their exclusive interchangeable marble jewelry is the craze.

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Barr-EE Station 1 Men’s and Women’s Clothing and Swimsuits

  • The Waterfront Shops
  • Duck

The original Barr-EE Station has been a shopping staple for 24 years on the Outer Banks. Located on the north end of The Waterfront Shops by Blue Point, it’s filled to the brim with men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, swimsuits and jewelry, and you will always find what you need here at an unbeatable price. Half trendy boutique and half outlet store, Barr-EE features high-end brands like Eileen Fisher and Island Company and has a large outlet section hosting top-name brands at discounted prices. Friday and Saturday of Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Thanksgiving weekends they have tent sales in the parking lot where you can find even better bargains. Locals know not to miss these sales!

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Barr-ee Station 3

  • 1240 Duck Road, The Waterfront Shops
  • Duck

You’ll find this Barr-ee Station at the south end of The Waterfront Shops, by Coastal Cantina. They sell name-brand clothing at affordable prices along with a fun selection of jewelry, antiques, furniture for both indoor and out, eclectic housewares and local art.

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Birthday Suits

  • 1171 Duck Road, Scarborough Lane Shopping Center
  • Duck

Celebrating 31 years on the Outer Banks, Birthday Suits is a favorite for swimwear — in fact, it’s been voted Best on the Beach for swimsuits for more than 10 years in local polls. Women’s swimsuits are the specialty here — the latest styles for all ages, mix-and-match separates, bra-sized swimwear, long-torso and mastectomy suits — but they also sell suits for kids’ and men. For kids, there’s everything from swim diapers and toddler suits to board shorts and competition swimwear in sizes infant to preteen. Men will find surf trunks, board shorts and briefs from sizes 28 to XX large. Don’t forget the sun-protective rash guards for kids and adults. Birthday Suits is a clothing store, too, with designer and California surf brands, sportswear, jeans, shoes and beach-inspired accessories like sunglasses, flip-flops, hats, jewelry and purses. Love the OBX logo? You’ll find all the original OBX brand accessories and clothing here. Check out the flagship store on the Bypass in Kill Devil Hills.

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Clothes Out 2

  • 1171 Duck Road, Scarborough Lane Shopping Center
  • Duck
  • (252) 261-1177

Calling all teens! This shop is your favorite place…believe us! It’s filled with the newest of what’s going on in the fashion world but at a price you can afford. The owner, who also owns the popular Confetti clothing company in the same shopping center, has had such a loyal following for years that now the girls who were in diapers when their moms shopped at Confetti are coming in, all grown up (well, getting there, anyway!) and ready for their own shopping experience. Jennifer Ceaser travel editor for The New York Post says, “BUY BUY BUY at Confetti Clothing Co. and Clothes Out 2. You’ll find trendy togs and gently priced teen clothing!” Clothes Out 2 will get you Red Carpet ready without the Red Carpet prices!

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Confetti Clothing Co.

  • 1171 Duck Road, Scarborough Lane Shopping Center
  • Duck

Confetti Clothing Co. has the latest and greatest must-have clothes for this season. Jennifer Ceaser travel editor for The New York Post says, “BUY BUY BUY at Confetti Clothing Co.!” All ages, shapes, sizes and personalities of fashionistas will want to check out this store. New to the shop is a section of clothing for girls ages 7 to 14 and cute kids’ accessories. As the owner says, “Great clothes are like great vacations…you can never have enough of them.” You can expect expert personalized service at this store.

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Cotton Gin

  • 1185 Duck Road
  • Duck

The Cotton Gin has been a coastal shopping tradition for more than 40 years. You’ll find resort fashions for men and women as well accessories from Vera Bradley, Pandora and Bon Bonns. They offer home fashions, books and prints. You may also visit their flagship store on the mainland in Jarvisburg, another location at Timbuck II in Corolla and their beach store in Nags Head.

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Duck’s Cottage Coffee and Books

  • 1240 Duck Road, on the pond at The Waterfront Shops
  • Duck

Duck’s Cottage is an independent book-tique featuring an interesting assortment of hardback and paperback books all hand-selected by their book buyer. For more than 10 years, Duck’s Cottage has been providing readers with shelves of good books in genres like fiction, cookbooks, children’s, regional, young adult and more! On the other side of this quaint cottage you’ll find a discriminating selection of East Coast newspapers, cards, gifts, artisanal roasted coffee and pastries. See our Restaurants section.

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Gray’s Outer Banks Lifestyle Clothing Co.

  • 1177 Duck Road, Scarborough Faire
  • Duck

Gray’s has been a local trusted name in apparel for the whole family since 1948. This family owned and operated business boasts the largest selection of Tommy Bahama clothing on the Mid-Atlantic and also sells popular brands such as Sperry Top-sider, Billabong, Olukai sandals, Fresh Produce Sportswear, Eliza B. sandals and belts, Champion, Gear For Sports, Quiksilver and Tribal. Gray’s also carries a great selection of gifts, jewelry and accessories, including Vera Bradley, Brighton and Tervis Tumbler. The store’s specialty is its huge selection of quality Outer Banks T-shirts and sweatshirts, including OBX designs and the official Big Duck design. Hundreds of tees and sweatshirts are on sale everyday at all five Gray’s locations.

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Gray’s Outer Banks Lifestyle Clothing Co.

  • 1236 Duck Road, The Waterfront Shops
  • Duck

Gray’s has been a local trusted name in apparel for the whole family since 1948. This family owned and operated business boasts the largest selection of Tommy Bahama clothing on the Mid-Atlantic and also sells popular brands such as Sperry Top-sider, Billabong, Olukai sandals, Fresh Produce Sportswear, Eliza B. sandals and belts, Champion, Gear For Sports, Quiksilver and Tribal. Gray’s also carries a great selection of gifts, jewelry and accessories, including Vera Bradley, Brighton and Tervis Tumbler. The store’s specialty is its huge selection of quality Outer Banks T-shirts and sweatshirts, including OBX designs and the official Big Duck design. Hundreds of tees and sweatshirts are on sale everyday at all five Gray’s locations.

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Kitty Hawk Kites

  • 1213 Duck Road, Wee Winks Square
  • Duck

Kitty Hawk Kites caters to the outdoors person and laid-back lifestyle with travel wear and outdoor gear. You’ll find Columbia apparel along with many other top brands, including the whimsical Life Is Good line. If you’re looking for souvenir Ts, sweats and hats, this is a great place to find them. Shoes, sunglasses, accessories and more are sold for men, women and children. Of course you will also find a huge selection of kites for kids, stunt kites, power kites, wind spinners and garden art.

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Kitty Hawk Surf Co.

  • 1213 Duck Road, Wee Winks Square
  • Duck

Sporty, outdoorsy types love the selection at Kitty Hawk Surf Co. Here you’ll find all the hot surf-apparel brands like Quicksilver, Roxy, Volcom, Billabong, Peace Frog and more. And check out hot new Kitty Hawk Surf Co. branded apparel. They sell swimsuits, T-shirts, clothing, shoes, sunglasses and accessories for the outdoor lifestyle plus water equipment like kayaks, bodyboards, surfboards, stand-up paddleboards and more.

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Lady Victorian

  • 1216 Duck Road, Wee Winks Square
  • Duck

For 28 years Lady Victorian has celebrated the power, the beauty and the style of women. Enjoy 4,000 square feet of fashion, featuring contemporary European designs and creative classics plus a full complement of jewelry and accessories for head-to-toe dressing. There is also a fine collection of gifts and decorative home accessories, all as unique and individual as those who select them. Come early, stay late—the girls will be glad to see you.

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Luxury

  • 1177 Duck Road, Scarborough Faire
  • Duck

Luxury specializes in professional bra fittings, hard-to-find cup sizes and labels that you won’t find anywhere else. They bring fun and fashion to the world of undergarments, lingerie and loungewear, and the foundation undergarments are as fetching as they are functional. You’ll also find bridal gifts, pajamas, jewelry, boutique perfumes, bath products and candles. Be sure to stop in to see what’s new. 

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Nags Head Hammocks

  • 1212 Duck Road
  • Duck

Nags Head Hammocks is the nation’s largest hammock retailer, and it started right here on the Outer Banks in 1974. The Duck location is next to the Methodist Church in a huge structure built exclusively to show off these great hammocks. You’ll find hammocks, swings, chairs and stands plus accessories like bolsters, pillows and foot rests. These hammocks are made with sturdy, weather-resistant materials, and they last a long, long time, even in the harsh Outer Banks conditions. Stop by the store to see the hammocks being crafted on-site.

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Ocean Annie’s

  • 1177 Duck Road, Scarborough Faire
  • Duck

Contemporary crafts from dozens of American artisans are the focus at this Outer Banks gift institution, which has been in Duck for more than 30 years! You’ll find functional and decorative pottery, metalwork, jewelry, wood works, glass and chimes. They also sell a selection of wonderfully aromatic gourmet coffee beans.

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Ocean Atlantic Rentals

  • 1194 Duck Road
  • Duck

Ocean Atlantic Rentals is the ultimate vacation rental store. They rent many of the necessities, like baby gear, beach umbrellas, grills, linens, rollaway beds, wheel chairs, life jackets, etc. Plus they rent the fun stuff, such as surfboards and bikes for the whole family. Kayaks and standup paddleboards (SUPs) are also available and can be launched right at the soundfront location. OAR has an always-growing selection of wedding supplies, including chairs and tents. Delivery and pick-up is available.

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Scarborough Faire Shopping Center

  • 1177 Duck Road
  • Duck

Scarborough Faire is one of those shopping areas you just love to spend time in. Set amidst tall oaks (thankfully kept in place by the developers – they’re beautiful and provide wonderful shade in the hot months), the buildings meander back from Duck Road. Some of the Outer Banks’ most well-established stores are here – Gray’s, Ocean Annie’s, Island Bookstore, Culinary Duck – along with more recent additions such as Urban Cottage, Luxury, The Island Attic, Yellow Dog, Screen Door, Beach Gallery and Mango’s. If you’re hungry, you can jump the spectrum from down home BBQ at Sooey’s to high end gourmet paired with the perfect wine at Elizabeth’s Café. Corolla Wild Horse Museum Store is here too, and you can interact with a gentled Mustang once a week. If you need some true You time after shopping, pop upstairs to Duck Village Yoga and aahhhh out.

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Scarborough Lane Shoppes

  • 1171 Duck Road
  • Duck

Scarborough Lane Shoppes entered the Duck, NC, shopping scene in the summer of 1995. Duck was already becoming known as the Rodeo Drive, so to speak, of Outer Banks shopping experiences by then. The building was designed to resemble an old life-saving station to honor the history and heritage that make the Outer Banks of North Carolina such a special place. Scarborough Lane Shoppes entice every type of shopper. They have the trendiest clothing and swimwear stores that appeal to all ages. You’ll discover shops that carry both practical and irresistible items to decorate your home. Interspersed, you’ll find jewelry, pet supplies and specialty food shops. And when you want to relax for a bit and grab a bite, there are fun restaurants that fit the bill perfectly. At Scarborough Lane, you mosey from one shop to the next under a covered porch, so no matter what weather the Outer Banks out, you’re comfortable. 

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SeaDragon Gallery

  • 1240 Duck Road, The Waterfront Shops
  • Duck

Carefully selected American handcrafts are the focus at SeaDragon Gallery. The owner says she chooses works that represent excellence in craftsmanship, design and lasting value plus a few that will make people laugh. Unique jewelry, glass, pottery, original oil paintings and works by local artists are among the selections.

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The Flip Flop Shops

  • 1171 Duck Road, Scarborough Lane Shoppes
  • Duck

Flip Flop Shops is an authentic retailer of the hottest brands and latest styles of flip flops and casual footwear, like Sanuk, REEF, Rainbow, Olukai, Cobian, Roxy, Quiksilver, Havaianas and more! Free Your Toes OBX!

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The Waterfront Shops

  • 1240 Duck Road
  • Duck

The Waterfront Shops in Duck, N.C., have been a destination for shopping, sightseeing, dining and relaxing for 25 years. Nestled on the Currituck Sound and connected to the new town boardwalk, The Waterfront Shops offer more than 18 boutiques, restaurants, eateries and more. Start your day with a cup of coffee at Duck Cottage and explore the variety of wildlife in the pond. Arriving by boat? Dock at the new town pier that can accommodate many watercraft and do your traveling by water. No matter how you arrive you will want to spend hours exploring the shops that offer everything from current fashion trends, toys, surf and outdoor gear to candy, wine, jewelry and local art. Take a break between shops and rest on one of the many benches along the boardwalk while enjoying an ice cream cone or smoothie. Hungry for something a little more? Check out the Coastal Cantina, a casual Mexican establishment where you can dine outside for lunch and dinner, or the award-winning Blue Point, a Southern Living magazine regular. Both offer live music in-season. Reward yourself after a satisfying day of shopping and dining and end your day with a stunning sunset view from the Blue Point backyard or anywhere on the boardwalk.

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Urban Cottage

  • 1177 Duck Road, Scarborough Faire
  • Duck

If you love home fashions, you will adore this store! Fun, hip and eclectic, this home furnishings and gift boutique represents coastal living at its best. Urban Cottage carries the latest lamps, rugs, furniture and fabrics featuring brands like Dash & Albert, Pine Cone Hill and Lee Industries. If you’re looking for a gift, they carry a wide variety of candles, Scout bags, serving pieces, hand-painted pepper mills, local art, home frangrance and more. Interior design is their specialty.

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Wee Winks Market

  • 1213 Duck Road
  • Duck
  • (252) 261-2937

The first store ever to set up shop in Duck, Wee Winks celebrates its 38th year in business with a new building and an expanded selection. Keeping it fresh is what has kept this Duck staple rolling all these years, and this season is no exception. Breakfast sandwiches on fresh-baked biscuits and bagels as well as cinnamon buns baked every morning rounds out the 8-foot pastry case full of muffins, crumb cakes, fritters, brownies and cookies. Late riser? Wee Winks now offers hamburgers, hot dogs and subs made to order as well as a full deli menu featuring Dietz and Watson meats and cheeses sliced to order and an array of homemade cold salads. When planning dinner, stop in for fresh ground beef, steaks and boneless, skinless chicken. They even carry a few gluten-free items. Gourmet cheeses, dips, spreads and cured sausages round out the perfect menu. Don’t forget, Wee Winks still carries all of the vacation essentials they are known for like snacks and drinks, beer (they have a large selection of microbrews) and 20 feet dedicated to some really great wines, ice, bread, milk, cereal, over-the-counter medicines, newspapers, cleaning supplies, suntan lotion and much more. Before you leave, pick a cigar from the large selection of fine ones in the humidor cabinet as a reward for getting everything on your list.

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Wooden Feather Wildlife Gallery

  • 1171 Duck Road, Scarborough Lane Shoppes
  • Duck

The wildlife of the Outer Banks is captured in original wood carvings, paintings and photography at this unique gallery. The Wooden Feather showcases the exceptional work of more than 85 regional and nationally recognized artists and artisans. From the realistic to the whimsical, American artistic ingenuity is just the beginning. You’ll find delightful gifts and home and garden accents too.

ABC Liquors

  • 1216 Duck Road, Wee Winks Square
  • Duck
  • (252) 261-6981

In North Carolina, all liquor and spirits other than beer and wine are sold at package stores by the name of ABC Stores. Beer and wine are sold at grocery and convenience stores. This store is open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday. It’s closed on Sundays.

Beach Gallery

  • 1177 Duck Road, Scarborough Faire
  • Duck
  • (252) 261-5757

This gallery is filled with a wide variety of local art and oil paintings, so many that you’re sure to find one you like. Once you have selected a painting, you then get to choose the frame that best suits your home’s décor. The frames are pre-made in sizes to fit the canvases, so framing only takes a few minutes before you’re on your way.

Beach Treasures

  • 1216 Duck Road, Wee Winks Square
  • Duck
  • 252-261-1250

This longtime Duck store now sports a new look and many new treasures along with its beach supplies, souvenirs and OBX items. It all adds up to a great combination of products that pleases everyone. Ten jewelry cases are overflowing with Larimar jewelry from the Caribbean, Native American jewelry and many other sparkling jewels (including a local sea glass collection). It’s located along the new Duck soundside boardwalk.

Bob’s Bait & Tackle

  • 1180 Duck Road
  • Duck
  • (252) 261-8589

Bob’s is the only tackle shop in Duck, but that’s not the only reason you should choose this one when you’re looking for bait, tackle, gear and other fishing trip necessities. Bob’s also offers friendly service and expert advice and information, and the staff can steer you toward reputable guide services and inshore and offshore fishing charters.

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