The “Founder” of Stack ’em High, Perry Kiousis immigrated to the United States in the early 1960’s from Greece. He entered New York Harbor by boat and sailed under the open arms of Lady Liberty like so many other determined, young men and women. He worked for his uncle in his hot dog shop in Pittsburg for several years before being joined by his bride, Kiki. They learned to speak the language by listening to the customers and practicing to each other. They needed no education; however, on how to work hard or how to make the most of every opportunity. Soon, they were running shops of th
July 22, 2013 - Better Ingredients Make a Better Breakfast, We’re Open all Year… Come On In! Before you put your feet in the sand, put a delicious breakfast in your tummy! That’s what locals and visitors on the Outer Banks have been doing since 1981.
October 26, 2012 - In 1968 Perry & Kiki Kiousis came to the Outer Banks and started feeding Outer Banks locals and visitors breakfast. The tradition continues! We are so happy to announce the birth of our daughter, Emilia Vasiliki Kiousis, October 18, 2012 at 2:58 am!! She came early, doctors orders – due on the 20th, I was admitted and induced on the 16th. The doctors knew (probably because of all the great breakfasts she had been privy to) that she would be a big baby! 9 lbs even and 21 1/4 inches long! I remember when she was first born and they placed her on
September 10, 2012
KEEP OREGON INLET OPEN
THE PERPETUAL erosion of the Nags Head beaches and shoaling of the Oregon Inlet channel demonstrate that the forces of nature that control the oceans can always outdo the forces (local, state and federal government) that try to control them.