Pier 41 Seafood is a family oriented Seafood Restaurant that features both Calabash Style Fried Seafood and delicious Broiled Seafood. We also offer a great selection of non-seafood dishes including Ribs, Pasta, BBQ and Sandwiches. Come and enjoy our wonderful food and Southern Hospitality. You'll be glad you did.
Flaunting red-checkered tablecloths, Fred Chason's Grandsons Restaurant invites diners to lounge amid a boundless, buffet-style picnic of sumptuous Southern classics. Enclose meat mountains of barbecue chicken, seafood, meatloaf, or pulled pork with a sea of sides, such as the mac ‘n’ cheese or collard greens. Then further bolster the agriculture industry of your edible village by summoning a rainstorm of cobblers and pies. The buffet bounty spreads its barbecued wings for breakfast, lunch, and dinner ($4.99–$9.99) and is conveniently situated just off I-95 at exit 41, or at exit 41 1/2 when it makes its reappearance once every 300 years.
Customers won't find any heat lamps within The Wing Co.'s kitchen, but that doesn't mean their made-to-order wings aren't hot. Instead, the increased temperatures come from nine sauces, which run the gamut from sweet chili to Cajun to teriyaki. However, the cooks aren’t content to just spread sauce on wings. Upon customer request, they can also splash the tasty liquids over salads, riblets, and sandwiches—including their signature wing burger.
Matching the wings’ heat is the dining room's firefighter-themed decor. Hardhats and helmets double as lampshades, while firefighter boots, tanks, and clothing hang from the walls, in case of an emergency costume party.
Village Coffee House sates caffeine cravings and silences grumbling tummies with a wide selection of gourmet java drinks, fresh baked goods, and café fare. Much like when a bumblebee gets trapped in one's ear canal, Village Coffee House’s long list of espresso beverages generate an invigorating buzz that stays all day. Start your day off with a café mocha ($3.39/$3.99), caramel macchiato ($3.58/$4.58), or the featured coffee ($1.89/$2.09), made with a carefully selected blend of coffee beans from around the world. Though both locations serve coffee and pastries, the South Peak location offers eight breakfast combos, including a ham-and-egg omelet ($4.49), biscuits and sausage gravy ($3.99), and a BLT sandwich ($3.49), providing the nourishing sustenance needed to withstand a taxing day of typing, stapling, and capturing the pesky office alligator. Noontime noshers can refuel with a grilled or fried chicken salad ($6.99), bacon cheeseburger ($7.99), or fried bologna sandwich ($5.99). With hardwood and tile floors, warm hues, and a cozy selection of tables, couches, and oversized chairs, Village Coffee House provides a relaxing environment for visitors to sip on espresso and surf the free WiFi.
Apple Crate’s amply stocked nutrition centers abound with healthy goods and specialty products, including organic foodstuffs, vegan and vegetarian staples, and vitamins and minerals to keep bodies nourished and in good condition. Herbivores can bulk up on organic produce, grains, and spices, and those beset by gluten allergies or flaxseed mania can find products to meet their dietary needs. Shelves also brim with health products and body products, including master cleanse ingredients and skincare items ($13–$40) such as MyChelle face cream ($20). Stock up on coconut waters for the coming palm-tree apocalypse, or jumpstart immune systems with a dose of multivitamins ($16–$25) such as the MegaFood Women’s One Daily ($22). In its commitment to the environment, Apple Crate recycles nearly 100% of its waste and requires staff members to take hourly tree-hugging breaks. Both the stores and Apple Crate's website also offer a veritable library of healthy recipes.
Guests who pull up to the Summer Picnic Concert Series might find themselves torn between lounging and dancing. On the one hand, there's the lush, picnic-ready lawn of Cypress Bend Vineyards' pastoral grounds; on the other, there are the shuffling native sounds of Carolina beach music boogying from the stage. The three-piece team of Joyner, Young & Marie seamlessly shifts gears from power ballads such as "Frozen in Time" to twangy, up-tempo numbers such as "Live the Blues." The Sand Band plays up their dance, blues, and classic-rock influences, combining soulful melodies with eminently danceable beats.