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 Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat??

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sotodog

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  • Location: Bel Air, MD
Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Tue, 12/6/11 1:31 PM (permalink)
Over Christmas break, 2 families with 4 elementary school kids (some pickier than others) will be travelling to Myrtle Beach.  The trip actually is leave 7am from Baltimore to get to Busch Gardens Williamsburg by noon or so.  Not sure if we'll be eating on this leg.  Then we'll be leaving Williamsburg and driving to Myrtle Beach where we'll definitely need some suggestions.  My husband doesn't like to stop until he gets at least half way on the odemeter but not sure how the other family travels so that rule might be relaxed.  Not sure where halfway is.  I also see 2 different ways to get to MB on mapquest.  Is taking 95 most of the way or cutting east better?
 
Then suggestions for Myrtle Beach area would be great.
 
When we return home, we are going straight from MB to Baltimore so we'll probably stop at a different point. 
 
Thanks in advance for any suggestions. 
 
Erika
 
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    kevincad

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    • Joined: 1/23/2008
    • Location: Snellville, GA
    Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Tue, 12/6/11 2:19 PM (permalink)
    sotodog


    Over Christmas break, 2 families with 4 elementary school kids (some pickier than others) will be travelling to Myrtle Beach.  The trip actually is leave 7am from Baltimore to get to Busch Gardens Williamsburg by noon or so.  Not sure if we'll be eating on this leg.  Then we'll be leaving Williamsburg and driving to Myrtle Beach where we'll definitely need some suggestions.  My husband doesn't like to stop until he gets at least half way on the odemeter but not sure how the other family travels so that rule might be relaxed.  Not sure where halfway is.  I also see 2 different ways to get to MB on mapquest.  Is taking 95 most of the way or cutting east better?

    Then suggestions for Myrtle Beach area would be great.

    When we return home, we are going straight from MB to Baltimore so we'll probably stop at a different point. 

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions. 

    Erika

    Flip's in Wilmington NC for some VERY good bbq, I believe it's been reviewed here.
     
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      Ralph Melton

      Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Tue, 12/6/11 3:43 PM (permalink)
      We went to Myrtle Beach over Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, I had trouble finding great food–though a fair part of that was that I was focusing on family more than food.
       
      Here's a link to Littleman's recommendations: I didn't manage to eat at any of these places. http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/fb.ashx?m=615687
       
      A link from another thread: http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/fb.ashx?m=564868 The entries following that are relevant too.
       
      Peaches Corner (http://www.peaches-corner.com) looked potentially interesting but far from certain; I didn't try it.
       
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        TJ Jackson

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        • Joined: 7/26/2003
        • Location: Cincinnati, OH
        Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Tue, 12/6/11 3:47 PM (permalink)
        I really, really like California Ultimate Pizza at MB
         
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          DirtDude

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          • Location: Florence, SC
          Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Sun, 12/11/11 9:22 AM (permalink)
          Here is a thread I made of the Pee Dee Region, which is directly West of Myrtle. Only the ones in Florence, SC would be on your way, although Trulucks in Timmonsville is worth a short detour.
           
          http://www.roadfood.com/F...37318&high=Pee+Dee
           
          It is easiest to come down I-95 and head to Myrtle just north of Florence, SC.
           
           
           
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            Captain Morgan

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            • Joined: 12/13/2005
            • Location: Myrtle Beach, SC
            Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Sun, 12/11/11 10:29 AM (permalink)
            Myrtle Beach isn't know for road food joints anymore.
            Lots of chains have come here....lots of bad seafood
            joints.  Lots of good ones too, but not many go after
            the family demographic.  This time of the year, lots
            of golfers and snowbirds.  You can find some good
            early bird specials.
             
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              Wabbit

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              • Joined: 9/9/2008
              • Location: Kernersville, NC
              Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Sun, 12/11/11 1:09 PM (permalink)
              Peaches Corner, great burgers I alway's make it a point to stop there.
               
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                Michael Stern

                Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Mon, 12/12/11 8:06 AM (permalink)
                kevincad


                Flip's in Wilmington NC for some VERY good bbq, I believe it's been reviewed here.


                Flip's for sure, and kid-friendly too: Roadfood Review
                 
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                  Littleman

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                  • Location: Cleveland, MS
                  Re:Baltimore to Myrtle Beach via Williamsburg - where to eat?? Thu, 12/15/11 11:52 AM (permalink)
                  Here's a few places to stop and rest on I 95. 
                  Get off I 95 at Exit 20 in Lumberton, NC to the right then turn NW on Highway 201 which is N Roberts Ave. and go about half a mile to Fuller's BBQ for good road food. 
                  Fuller's Old Fashion BBQ @ 3201 N Roberts Ave., Lumberton, NC. 910 - 738 - 8694.
                  http://www.fullersbbq.com/index.html
                  Heading N on I 95 at Exit 56 try Fuller's Old Fashioned BBQ at Fayetteville, NC. They sell a good burger and also a buffet lunch with fried chicken.

                  Fuller's Old Fashioned BBQ @ 113 N. Eastern Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. 910 - 484 - 5109.
                  http://www.fullersbbq.com/index.html
                  At Exit 73 in Dunn, NC get off I 95 going W on Cumberland go about a mile take a right on General Lee and next left on Broad for some fine fried chicken at Kim's. Don't let the name bother you. They sell a BBQ sandwich but 99% country food.

                  Kim's BBQ House @ 900 W. Broad St., Dunn, NC. 910 - 892 - 7750.
                  For outstanding BBQ and country fried chicken get off I 95 at Exit 79 at Benson, NC and go W on E Main Street to N Fayetteville Street which is the first street to your right.  Take a right and go N to E Church Street.  Take a right and go to N Honeycutt Street.  White Swan will be on your left.  
                  White Swan BBQ and Fried Chicken @ 105 N Honeycutt St, Benson, NC  919 - 894 - 4446.
                  http://www.whiteswanbarbeque.com/
                  Get off I 95 at Exit 90 just S of Smithfield, NC to your right and turn back N on Highway 301 and go to White Swan BBQ just up the road for good BBQ.    
                  White Swan BBQ @ 3198 South Brightleaf Blvd., Smithfield, NC 919 - 934 - 8913.
                  http://www.whiteswanbarbeque.com/
                  Take Exit # 138 going S on I 95 at Nashville, NC and go W on # 64 about 6 miles to Exit # 458. Turn back E on Western Ave. less than a mile for some outstanding BBQ at Doug Saul's.
                  Doug Saul's BBQ @ 813 Western Ave., Nashville, NC 252 - 459 - 4247.
                  When you reach VA on I 95 at Exit 31 try Stony Creek Tastee Hut for good fried chicken or BBQ.
                  Take Exit 138 off I 95 at Rocky Mt., NC and go E on I 64 for 1 1/2 miles to Exit 466 and go S on N Winstead Ave. to Sunset Ave.  Take a right and go to Gardner's BBQ.  Gardner's has 3 locations in Rocky Mt., NC but this one on Sunset is the most convenient to I 95.  You will pass a Hampton Inn on your right when you exit I 64 if you are planning to spend the night in Rocky Mt., NC. 
                  Hampton Inn @ 530 North Winstead Avenue, Rocky Mount, NC 252 - 937 - 6333.
                  http://www.hamptoninn.com....jhtml?ctyhocn=RWINCHX
                  Gardner's Barbecue @ 3651 Sunset Avenue, Rocky Mount, NC 252 - 443 - 3996.  I64/EXIT468A.
                  http://www.gardnerfoods.com/Home.html
                  When you get to VA on I 95 at Exit 31 try Stony Creek Tastee Hut for good fried chicken or BBQ.

                  Stony Creek Tastee Hut @ 12420 Blue Star Hwy., Stony Creek, VA. 434 - 246 - 2328.
                  A few miles N of Richmond, VA get of I 95 at Exit 92 and go E on E Patrick Henry Road or Highway 54. Go 1.4 miles to N Center Street and turn right. Go .1 mile to Henry Clay Road and turn left. Then Immediately turn left on N Railroad Ave and go .1 mile to Henry Clay Inn for the night. They have fourteen rooms that run $95.00/$195.00 per night. You can walk S on Railroad to the next block for outstanding lunch or dinner at Iron Horse Restaurant.
                  Henry Clay Inn @ 114 North Railroad Avenue, Ashland, Virginia 804 - 798 - 3100.
                  http://www.henryclayinn.com/
                  Iron Horse Restaurant @ 100 S Railroad Avenue, Ashland, Virginia 804 - 752 - 6410.
                  http://www.ironhorserestaurant.com
                  Get off I 95 at Exit 130 B at Fredericksburg, VA and go E on Highway 3 to Jefferson Davis Highway # 1. Take a left and go N to Allman's BBQ in front of Park and Shop shopping center. You will find good BBQ since 1954.
                  Allman's BBQ @ 1299 Jeff Davis Highway, Fredericksburg, VA‎ 540 - 373 - 9881.
                  http://allmansbarbeque.com/
                  Get off I 95 at Exit 161 at Woodbridge, VA on U. S. 1 toward Woodbridge, VA.  Go 1.8 miles and take a right on Occoquan Road to Dixie Bones BBQ.
                  Dixie Bones @ 13440 Occoquan Road, Woodbridge, VA. 703 - 492 - 7885.
                  http://www.dixiebones.com/index.html
                   
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