Ask anyone about the best reason to visit Morehead City, North Carolina, and they’ll tell you: fresh local seafood. And what better way to kick off National Seafood Month than by joining in on the action at the 30th Annual NC Seafood Festival? Every day brings another reason to celebrate the social and economic impact of the seafood industry on Eastern North Carolina. But on September 30th through October 2nd, we’re going all out.
Look for the Floyd’s 1921 booth at the Seafood Festival all weekend long, serving our favorite dishes inspired by festival favorites, like shrimp and grits, redneck eggrolls, alligator chili, and more! You can grab a bite on your way through all of the excitement, or take a break at the restaurant, where you can enjoy these festival favorites from the comfort of the AC.
All weekend long, we’re hosting some serious talent on the Floyd’s 1921 patio. On Friday September 30th, Wild Honey is performing starting at 7 pm. On Saturday night, Dick Knight, or as he is so fondly called, The Captain, is bringing his talent with multiple instruments to our lucky listeners. He’s performed alongside acts including the James Brown Band, Otis Redding, Gladys Knight, and many more. He is not to be missed!
Have you been keeping up with our $2 taco special every weekend? You asked for something delicious to pair with your football-packed weekends, and we delivered! This crowd favorite will be back the weekend after the Seafood Festival, on Saturdays from 12 to 5 and Sundays all day on the patio, featuring your choice of three Chef Floyd specials:
- Thai fried shrimp in a sweet chili sauce with wasabi slaw
- Blackened chicken with slaw and salsa
- Fish taco with slaw and pineapple banana salsa
Which will you choose? Click below to share this photo to Facebook to tell us which flavor is your favorite. See you at Floyd’s, and at the NC Seafood Festival this weekend!