Dining Out

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    Dining out: Panda Hut tastes, feels good

    With limited time for lunch and a grumbling belly, I wanted a quick meal, but not something too heavy or greasy. I headed out to Panda Hut in Lake Wylie, near Bi-Lo, in Lake Wylie.

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    Dining out: Warren's Grill serves 'best club'

    I was looking for a quick lunch, but I also wanted to sit down, so I stopped in at Warren's Grill in Lake Wylie. I must admit, I have been leery of the grill idea at a gas station and convenience store, because I thought it must be a "greasy spoon." However, what I found was something completely...

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    Dining out: Steve and Kelly's a merry experience

    n the spirit of the season, we headed to Steve and Kelly's Grille House, nestled off Gold Hill Road near the entrance of Tega Cay with plenty of parking and lighting. I'd been wanting to come here for some time.

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    Dining out: Taste adventure in cheeseburger pizza

    I like pizza best when it's simply pizza -- dough, sauce, cheese, meats and sometimes veggies. I don't typically like those crazy concoctions of Hawaiian with pineapples, quesadilla, chicken Alfredo, and so on. However, since being introduced to Market Street's cheeseburger pizza, I'm hooked and...

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    Dining out: Passion8 Bistro shares culinary passions

    Not far from the Carowinds Boulevard exit off Interstate 77 is Passion8 Bistro, nestled on a curve near a patch of woods on S.C. 51 in Fort Mill. It stands alone as a mustard-yellow exterior stucco building that offers a warm welcome with plenty of parking and a walk through the cozy back patio ...

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    Dining out: Holy Grounds' pastries like 'heaven'

    A few blocks south of the Main Street intersection of Clover is a quaint coffee house and cafe where I've been privy to taste some of the best pastries around, like muffins wrapped phyllo dough, that edible and delectable baklava-like flaky piece of heaven.

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    Dining out: Fired up for Brixx Wood pizza

    If you like pizza and beer, put Brixx Wood Fired Pizza on your list. Even if you don't like pizza and beer, put Brixx in uptown Charlotte on your list, because there are plenty of other tantalizing menu items, a weighty 14-wine list (including half-price Sundays) and a children's menu.

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    Dining Out: Jump to Jumpin' Java in Fort Mill

    e all know Southerners are known for frying everything, and one of those delights is fried green tomatoes. I would never have dared dream of eating green tomatoes, (heck, I don't even like red ones), but as the saying goes, "when in Rome ..."

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    Dining out: El Mexicano hits flavor, not wallet

    Sometimes when the Clover Community Theatre board members get together for monthly meetings, the location is simply "the Mexican restaurant in Clover." We all know where it is and come hungry for dinner. On a corner just north of the downtown on U.S. 321 is El Mexicano, with plenty of parking and...

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    Dining out: Maestro's in Pineville music to my tastebuds

    Who'd have thought a shiny gold-painted brick wall and fireplace could be classy, not tacky? At Maestro's Bar & Grill, the decor in this restored 110-year-old home (just off Main Street in Pineville, N.C.) is beautiful and well-thought to the detail, from the small gold violins that hold the curtains...

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