you must mean mild, medium or hot.
Any other flavor than a red hot based sauce is just a "chicken wing" and not a "Buffalo" wing.
PS – I love Charlotte. The Mint Museums alone are worth the trip.
I wanted to thank you all for responding; as it turns out, we went to Captain Steve’s; the seafood was superb–as usual. I took home my to-go box, all happy because I knew I would be eating good the next day. Well, I had to go out for a while the next day, and when I came back to Mama and Daddy’s house, Daddy was eating my to-go plate! Now I had bought him a huge plate of fish and stuff from there, but there he was eating MY peppered catfish! I love my daddy, but I could have just skinned him! I never get good Southern catfish up here where we live in the Pacific NW. Just wait until I fly back home for my son’s graduation from Clemson this May! I am going to go back and get some more peppered catfish and DARE him to eat it! [;)]
If you don’t want fancy, but just plain ol’ good family style, Southern fish camp seafood, we love Captain Steve’s in Fort Mill. Seafood, fried or broiled, hushpuppies, slaw…. Inexpensive, lots of food for the money. The line goes out the door on Fridays and Saturdays, go early. It’s on Rt 21 Bypass, right south of GoldHill Rd. MMMmmm, you’ve got me wanting a plate of fried oysters right now.
BrightCuKettle, this just in from my father, the pickiest RFer I know:
Tavern at Fort Mill, 2000 Hwy. 160 W., Fort Mill, (803) 802-2340
"We had lunch on a Friday. Your mother had a spinach salad with hot bacon dressing, I a beer battered haddock sandwich, which was about the best piece of fish I have had in a long time, with real fresh cut French fries and homemade slaw. I really wanted a burger as I saw them going by our table, but it was Friday and I don’t eat meat on Fridays. That place has great food, beef on weck, booze, TVs, all the amenities you need to have a tavern plus great food. Around $15 with tip for two."
Guess I’ll be going there on my next visit…[:p]
Also, copperkettle, Rock Hill/Ft. Mill is really just a few miles south of Charlotte NC, so you could hit one of those burger places on the main page (droooool).
I’m SO glad that my (former) homewtown has made it on this site! BrightCu, you’ve asked the $10,000 question…
1. Lee’s Famous Recipe, on Cherry Rd. near the Bookworm bookstore — fried chicken, potato wedges, sweet tea
2. Varsity Restaurant, on Oakland Ave. past Winthrop University — basic Southern meat-and-three, though they have the best chili dogs in town
3. White Horse, on Camden Ave. near Winthrop — everything is great, but we swoon over the baked sandwiches (Charlie O’Chicken, Charlie O’Tuna, Incredible Edible Pizza Hoagie) and casseroles [www.whitehorseonline.com]
4. Wing King, on Charlotte Ave. near the intersection of Cherry Rd. — fabulous Buffalo wings, various flavors are sure to satisfy any palate
5. Harry & Jean’s, on Cinema Rd. off of Dave Lyle Blvd. — this has opened since I moved away, but my VERY picky RFing parents rave about it, so I figure it must be good [www.harryandjeans.com]
1. 521 BBQ & Grill, on Charlotte Hwy. (Rte. 521) — a friend works here and claims it’s the best BBQ around; I haven’t eaten there yet but I trust her!
2. McHale’s Irish Pub, on Gold Hill Rd. — another friend was a former chef here, great burgers, sandwiches, specials, etc.
3. Cafe Carolinas, also on Gold Hill Rd. (maybe moved to Altura Rd.? not sure) — fancy Southern cuisine, casual dining, one of my faves!
Let me know if you’re looking for any particular food, and I’ll get my family involved in the suggestions! And please call ahead to all these places just to make sure they’re open, especially on Sundays! Chris
My husband and I are going to Rock Hill/Fort Mill, SC, area in a couple of weeks to see my daughter get married. We’ll be there about a week. Where can I take him to eat that will be so good that he will finally agree to move there? [:D]
Where to eat in Rock Hill/Fort Mill, SC?
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