Call of the Wild

Review by: valwebb

** THIS RESTAURANT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED **

A roadside stand selling utterly fresh seafood, Call of the Wild features soft shell crabs, shrimp, oysters, and grilled kabobs.

What To Eat

Grilled Scallop Kabob

DISH
Soft Shell Crab

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One Response to “Call of the Wild”

Val Webb

May 31st, 2011

We discovered this amazing roadside stand on a road trip through North Carolina. Just outside of Columbia on Highway 64 East and across the parking lot from where the fresh catch was being sorted is a brand new shiny food stand with freshly painted picnic tables under a canvas canopy. The day we were there (in mid-May) the owner was manning the operation and when we told her we were Canadian tourists she happily made suggestions and helped us choose our lunch.

We had the grilled scallop kabob, so sweet it tasted like candy, and the soft shell crabs plate. If you’ve never tried soft shell crab you should put it on your bucket list; really! The sides of fries, hush puppies, and slaw were all fabulous but the seafood was unbelievable.

We had many great meals from the Outer Banks to downtown Charlotte but this is the one we will always remember.

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