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Havelock, North Carolina
January 21, 2008
North Chili, New York
February 8, 2006
From journal Myrtle Beath in the South End
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
November 9, 2005
From journal Spring Break 2005
October 15, 2003
From journal Myrtle Beach in October
June 19, 2003
From journal Myrtle Beach - South Beach Resort
June 2, 2003
Fajitas, burrios, chili with/without beans, and Texas barbecue are served in a fun, country-Western atmosphere. Memorabilia from Gilley's country music career decorates the dining room.
Parking on-site. Accepts AX,DS,MC,VI. Hours: 11am-10pm (open until 9pm in the winter).
(Please check out this information from a AAA Tourbook, like I did.)
From journal Myrtle Beach Christmas/New Years
June 1, 2003
The distinctly Southern menu is built around down-home dishes, sush as farm-raised catfish cut into strips, lightly dusted in seasoned cornmeal and friend golden brown. The gift shop was quite nice. Racing fans can sit in booths set up like pit areas to experience dining in a racetrack infield.
Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-10pm. Sun 11am-9pm. Summer Hours: Open until 11:30 pm, closed Christmas Day. (Please check out this information from a AAA Tourbook, like I did.)
Sumter, South Carolina
May 4, 2003
We came in at the beginning of lunch hour, about 11:45 and were seated within a minute and a half. The waitress was at our table within two or three minutes and we were ordering with drinks already on the table within five minutes. While we waited for the food we were able to watch the race and a basketball game from one of the dozen of TVs around the room, including a big projection set on the far wall. The food was then brought out no more than five to ten minutes later as fresh as they could have made it. For those three dinners we paid less than $25.00 and definitely were stuffed for the next few hours making our trip to Myrtle Beach a most memorable one.
After we ate we were able to look around the restaurant to see all the racing memorabilia on the walls, ceiling and floor. One of the first things you see when you walk through the door is a Dale Earnhardt car in the restaurant and more cars hanging from the ceiling. As you walk around you can find out much of the history of NASCAR and see what it used to be to what it is today. They also have a gift shop to buy anything from clothing to collectable cars. While collectables are usually high priced, most of the items were very comparable to other places that sell similar items and many of the collectables were on sale at 20% - 50% off.
The entire staff was helpful and courteous; the facility was clean and respectable; and the food was amazingly good. I will not hesitate to go there again as I’m sure the service will always be first rate.
From journal NASCAR Cafe