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While driving on the highway after visiting the TV town of Mayberry USA, the Two RV Gypsies noticed a big pirate ship and stopped to eat at the Pirate's Landing Restaurant in Elkin, North Carolina.

sign for the Pirate's Landing Restaurant
the Pirate's Landing Restaurant

The outside and inside of the restaurant was constructed to resemble a dry-landed ship, with 200 year old supporting wood beams brought directly from the St. Lawrence Seaway. As the two RV Gypsies approached the deck of the ship, they saw that it was surrounded by water and fish. There was also antique planking throughout the ship restaurant.

Lee Duquette at the Pirate's Landing Restaurant
goldfish in the moat at the Pirate's Landing Restaurant
ship's mast at the Pirate's Landing Restaurant

To make Pirate's Landing Seafood and Steak Restaurant a reality, the owner spent two years scouring the world for pirate treasures. Below are photos of a pirate and a treasure chest plus a rocking bird in the entry of The Pirate's Landing Restaurant in Elkin, North Carolina. There were also weapons, cannons, antique rugs, tapestries, aged wine barrels, and other artifacts displayed throughout the restaurant.

pirate and treasure chest
entry to Pirate's Landing Restaurant

Pirates inside The Pirate's Landing Restaurant

Pirates inside The Pirate's Landing Restaurant
Pirates inside The Pirate's Landing Restaurant

The Two RV Gypsies ate flounder at the Pirate's Landing Restaurant. The food was very good. The restaurant specializes in seafood, steaks, ribs, chicken and pasta and also had a kids menu. (NOTE: These comments do NOT make the restaurant good or bad in general. This was just the opinion of the two RV Gypsies on a certain date in 2013).

Menu for the two RV Gypsies'
visited North Carolina in May 2013

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Mount Airy, N.C. - Andy Griffith's home
and the TV town of Mayberry USA

Pirate's Landing Restaurant

Riverwalk

High Shoals Falls in South Mountains State Park

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