History of Frost Seafood House
Nestled in the heart of Bogue Banks you will find a small fishing village, Salter Path. Among its many historic establishments is a family-oriented seafood restaurant, Frost Seafood House. Established in 1956, Frost Seafood House began as Sinclair Gas Station after the owners added an extension originally dubbed The Sportsman Grill. The original owner was Edwin Guthrie, known locally as "A.". It wasn't long before the gas station was converted into a full time restaurant, renamed A & Francis where it became a hot spot for fresh local seafood. In 1979 the establishment was purchased by the Frost family, another local family from Salter Path who subsequently re-christened the restaurant as "Frost Seafood House."
Over the years the restaurant has thrived on its own reputation for serving fresh local seafood and fabulous prime rib. We are well known for serving delicious soft shell crabs and for our "all you can eat" menu as well as our local spots and bluefish. All menu items are cooked to order to provide you with the best experience and the most delectible meal that you aren't soon to forget.
Frost Seafood House received the Coaster Magazine Reader's Choice Award for Best Breakfast in 2004 and the award for Best Fried Seafood in 2005. Frost was also mentioned in the travel section of the Wall Street Journal in a July 2008 article as the place to go for a "Southern seafood dinner, complete with hushpuppies and sweet tea."