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Fire department, VFW serve BBQ

The Volunteer Fire Department and VFW began cooking 1,600 pounds of BBQ last Friday evening for Saturday’s event. The organizations have worked together to raise money for many years. The event is held on the first Saturday of each April and October, and proceeds support both organizations.

By |April 13th, 2012|Food, Good deeds|33 Comments

The Coffee Garden offers more than just a cup of coffee

Whether you’re a student, a community group, or a regular,  has something for everybody.
The Coffee Garden, owned by Jerry and Suzi Butler, has been located in Stevens Mill Crossing for the past four years. It offers coffee from around the world  and also sells light lunches. The most important thing they offer is “a place for people to get together,” according to Suzi. […]

By |August 25th, 2011|Food|1 Comment

The Seafarer has a whale of a story

Walking through the front door, the first things you notice are the numerous Andy Griffith, Three Stooges and other classic TV show memorabilia.

The next thing you notice is the smell of food from the kitchen and the many smiling faces that greet you as you come through the door.

If the huge whale on the sign doesn’t draw you in, the restaurant’s motto, “For a Whale of a Meal” or its huge menu might.

This is South 21’s The Seafarer. Though it’s only been around since the 1980s, many of its recipes have been around since the mid 1950s.

“Me and my father came up this way to go rabbit hunting and we stopped and pulled into this parking lot about 30 something years ago while waiting on an uncle to come join us,” said Chris Copsis the restaurant’s owner. “While we were waiting, we noticed a sign on the building that was for lease or for sale.” […]

By |August 4th, 2011|Around Town, Food|7 Comments