Frozen Yogurt Shop
Surfin' Spoon Frozen Yogurt Bar
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While you’re at the beach, drop by Surfin’ Spoon to get some seriously tasty frozen yogurt. We have insane flavors, at least one Vegan sorbet daily, fresh fruit, and tons of toppings that won’t let you down. We’re located on the “Beach Road” in Nags Head at Milepost 10.5.
Surfing Spoon is our favorite place for a cool treat. It has an awesome and delicious selection of frozen yogurt and a great atmosohere. My fave are the ice cream sandwiches! Get one to go, you won't be sorry! It is about an 8 minute walk and 1 minute drive from Harpoon Lagoon. Not open regularly…
Local professional surfer started this FROZEN YOGURT venue with is family. A LOCAL FAVORITE! Across the street from the beach, must-go!
Support a local surfer and his family by making a trip to the Surfin Spoon. They have out-of-this-world chocolate chip cookie frozen yogurt sandwiches. The frozen yogurt bar is stocked with all fresh ingredients. It is worth the trip!
Located on the beach road in Nags Head, this is a locally owned frozen yogurt bar with a beach vibe.
“Ice Cream, Acai Bowls, and Poke Bowls. Everything is delicious! Also has a separate surf shop!”
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“Highly rated, moderately-priced. Casual spot serves American fare & wine in former diner on the National Register of Historic Places. Be prepared to wait during high season. It's always busy.”