Anywhere to go in Fort Mill, South Carolina?
Hello highheat - depending on where you stay in Fort Mill you might just be surprised on how close FM really is to Charlotte, NC. Now while I mean no disrespect to nomadnc I have to disagree and feel for the size of FM there are quite a few choices (and as I mention above Charlotte will also offer you even more dining options).
Here's a sampling of some of the dining options in Fort Mill (trying to give you a variety of things to choose from - and of course you will also find plenty of fast food chains as well)
Red Bowl Asian Bistro: http://www.redbowltegacay.com/
Passion 8 Bistro: http://www.passion8bistro.com/
McHales Irish Pub: http://www.mchalesirishpub.com/
Captain Steve's: http://charlotte.citysearch.com/profile/9221403/fort_mill_sc/captain_steve_s.html
Fish Market: http://www.fishmarketbarandgrill.com/
Steve & Kellys Grille House
Fort Mill BBQ Company: http://www.fortmillbbqcompany.com/
Longitude 81: http://www.longitude81degrees.com/
Towne Tavern: http://visityorkcounty.com/partner/95085/3119/towne-tavern-at-fort-mill/
El Maguey: http://www.elmaguey.biz/
A few breakfast choices:
Cracker Barrel (across from Carowinds
)The Station Bar & Grill (located in Tega Cay is now serving breakfast)
Jump N' Java Cafe (Bistro 160 is the catering side of the business)
There's not a lot in Ft. Mill, but if you like sushi/Japanese try Liu Liu's in the Baxter community in Fort Mill. Had a delicious sushi dinner with three friends, nice atmosphere, and bar and good service. Also offers other Asian inspired entrees. There's also the Bistro 160 a locally owned place on Hwy 160 across from the Baxter community. Wonderful breakfasts, in house made pastries and desserts, wide lunch menu of wholesome sandwiches.