Holiday Happenings at Floyd’s 1921

While the holidays may be the perfect excuse for your family to kick back and relax at home, there’s never a dull moment at Floyd’s 1921 Restaurant. We’ve got a packed schedule this season, taking some responsibility off your plate and replacing it with a hefty helping of turkey and stuffing. Continue reading “Holiday Happenings at Floyd’s 1921”

Oktoberfest Beer Dinner Comes to the Floyd’s 1921 Patio

Another beer dinner is coming to Floyd’s 1921 Restaurant in Morehead City. Throughout the year, we invite breweries to our patio to share their lineup of craft brews with you, but this time, we’re shaking things up. Floyd’s is bringing a variety of seasonally-inspired brews together for a beer dinner on the patio alongside a perfectly paired menu from Chef Floyd. Take a look at the upcoming selection, courtesy of Empire Distributing.

Oktoberfest Beer Dinner on the patio starts at 6 pm on Friday, October 14th! Visit or call the restaurant to reserve your tickets for $30.

Sam Adams Oktoberfest: It’s a tradition that’s been around since 1810. Sam Adams Oktoberfest is an absolute classic, blending hearty malts for a deep, smooth flavor with notes of sweet caramel.
5.3% ABV, 16 IBUs

Weihenstephaner Festbier: Embrace the taste of fall. This full-bodied, hoppy lager was brewed for fall festival season, filled with incredibly rich flavor.
5.8% ABV, 26 IBUs

Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest: No two brews are exactly the same. Each year, Sierra Nevada partners with a different German brewer to explore a new approach to the Oktoberfest brew. This year, you can look forward to rich malt complexity and a spicy hop, courtesy of Germany’s Bamberg Brewers.
6.0% ABV, 30 IBUs

Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier: Hello, tongue twister! This golden yellow wheat beer has a surprising banana flavor and clove aroma, pairing perfectly with seafood. And what better way to celebrate – October is National Seafood Month!
5.4% ABV, 14 IBUs

Blind Squirrel Belgian Tripel: Tripel is brewed using a simple malt bill and only a few hop additions. That isn’t to say this brew isn’t complex – people who’ve had the pleasure of trying Tripel have noted hints of raisin, plums, apricots, tangerines, and spice.
9.0% ABV, 34 IBUs

Don’t forget, this October, Chef Floyd debuts a special Oktoberfest menu available in the restaurant throughout the month. The Oktoberfest Beer Dinner will feature dishes from the special menu. Come back to see us during October to try some of your favorite menu items!

Celebrate the NC Seafood Festival with Floyd’s 1921

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. Continue reading “Celebrate the NC Seafood Festival with Floyd’s 1921”

Go for Gold at the Floyd’s 1921 Patio Olympics

Have you been keeping up with the Olympic trials? Bernard Lagat has sprinted his way into his fifth Olympics, an alternate gymnast on Team USA is from Lumberton, North Carolina, and everyone is looking forward to the stiff competition in Rio! Can’t afford the air fare? No problem. We have a better idea.

This August, Floyd’s 1921 Restaurant in Morehead City is hosting our first ever Patio Olympics, filled with fun games, giveaways and prizes, and the Olympic Games live from Rio playing at the bar. The best part is, you don’t have to be Sam Mikulak on the ripatio olympics 1ngs to make your way onto the leaderboard. Try your hand at Tiki Toss, corn hole, giant Connect 4, and more!

Gabby Douglas couldn’t hold a candle to your life-size Jenga skills. Come showcase your talents as our patio referee determines if you have what it takes to go for gold. Sixteen-year-old Sydney McLaughlin is the youngest US Track Olympian since 1972, but don’t forget, you have to be 21 to drink at the patio bar.

The USA Gymnastics Team is still looking for a team name. Come up with your own to compete as a team and dominate everyone on the patio, or instigate some friendly competition
with your crew and compete separately. The Olympic Games are live on the patio TV screens starting Friday, August 5th. Join us for the Patio Olympics each Saturday, August 13th and 20th, and don’t forget to call ahead to sign up to compete! Watch and play with us all week long for a chance to win fun prizes like a dinner for two and more.

Looking for more fun activities at Floyd’s for the rest of the month? Check out our blog on July events to stay up to date on upcoming live musical performances, specials, and more.

Celebrate Memorial Day with Floyd’s 1921


Memorial Day at Floyd's 1921 Restaurant

Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial kickoff to lazy days by the water on the Crystal Coast, and what better way is there to celebrate than with a chilled glass on the patio and live music? We’ve got a surprise for you – all that and more is coming to Floyd’s to kick off Summer ’16.  Continue reading “Celebrate Memorial Day with Floyd’s 1921”

Mother’s Day Brunch Menu Announced

Mother's Day Brunch Menu from Floyd's 1921

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Bike to Floyd’s 1921 for Tires & Tapas All Summer Long

Did you know that May is National Bike to Work Month? Our country has seen a 40% growth in bicycle commuters since 2000, and we’re on board with the new trend. With this perfect weather on the Crystal Coast, there’s never been a better excuse to kick it on two wheels. Why draw the line at your workday commute? We have 4 reasons you should bike anywhere and everywhere this summer.

  1. You’ll save money. Have you noticed fuel prices creeping back up as we approach summer time? Even if you’re traveling just a few blocks from home, the costs add up. Hopping on a bike can cost you exactly $0.
  1. Avoid traffic jams. You might spend upwards of 25 minutes per day commuting to work or running your daily errands. What a bore! Pedal down the scenic route next time.
  1. Bike commuting improves your health. On average, bicycle commuters lose 13 pounds in their first year of cycling. It’s also a low impact activity that won’t give your joints a beating.
  1. We’ll make it worth your while. Starting this May, Floyd’s wants you to take two wheels to the restaurant. On Wednesdays and Sundays, bike to Floyd’s and you’ll receive 10% off our entire tapas menu. Small plates and an active lifestyle mean happy, healthy customers!

Bike to work this Wednesday, then pedal over to Floyd’s for 10% off tapas lunch, or grab your friends this Sunday Funday for a ride down the waterfront ending with drinks and tapas on the patio. Share this Facebook post with friends to get your new favorite trend started! Tires & Tapas lasts all summer long. Don’t forget about live music on Fridays and Saturdays on the patio! Click here to see our band schedule for May, and follow us on Facebook to see updates on our latest specials and events!

NC Breweries and Creameries Bringing a 5-Course Tasting to Floyd’s

5 Course Beer Sausage and Cheese Tasting at Floyd's 1921


At Floyd’s 1921 Restaurant, we take pride in bringing together local farmers, growers, eateries, breweries and more to create unique culinary experiences on the Crystal Coast. We’re back at it again this Thursday, April 21st, collaborating with North Carolina Breweries, North Carolina Creameries, and our incredible local team to bring you a delicious five course tasting for just $25. Tickets are available at the restaurant all week.

Have you heard of White Street Brewing? This small, locally owned brewery takes pride in creating truly unique craft beer. You don’t have to travel to Wake Forest to sip on White Street’s flavorful ales and lagers, although we do recommend touring their incredible brewery if you’re in the area. Five unique selections are on tap for a beer tasting on the Floyd’s 1921 patio this Thursday, April 21st at 5:30. Along with each ale and lager, you’ll be treated to Chef Floyd’s famous homemade sausage, perfectly paired with an incredible selection from local creameries, including Goat Lady, Chapel Hill Creamery, Ash County Cheese, The Cultured Cow, and Looking Glass Creamery.

During this delicious five course beer tasting, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of White Street’s best, including: Continue reading “NC Breweries and Creameries Bringing a 5-Course Tasting to Floyd’s”

Bands of Summer Kicks Off on the Floyd’s Patio

Mark Your Calendars because Floyd’s Bands of Summer kicks off on the patio this Friday, April 15th! Every Weekend, join us at Floyd’s 1921 Restaurant in Morehead City for live outdoor music from local and traveling talent. See your favorite band, or discover a new duo over dinner on the patio! Check out April’s Band List and help us get things started this weekend. Continue reading “Bands of Summer Kicks Off on the Floyd’s Patio”