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The Carolina Grilled Cheese Sandwich at the Foggy Rock Eatery.


The special was a Slow-cooked Pulled Pork Sandwich with provalone cheese and jalapeno barbeque sauce on a ciabatta roll with a side for ($9.95). Other choices were the Carolina Grilled Cheese with chopped bacon, caramelized onions


and sliced tomatoes with melted cheddar and white American cheeses on grilled sour dough bread, and the Fried Green Tomato Sliders with pimento cheese and bacon. (below, $7.95). Their Pecan and Spinach Salad ($8.95) came with candied pecans, chopped bacon, Roma tomatoes and bleu cheese crumbles, and Foggy Rock’s iced tea was the perfect south- ern staple - sweet but not too sweet and strong, just the way I like it.


Everyone in our party left full and happy, and and we can't wait to go back.


- Roxanne Lark Garlic Cheddar Biscuit Bursts served with homemade Buttermilk Ranch. $4.95


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