These military-style aluminum trays are the trademark of an authentic fish camp.
The 2008 recession ushered in a culinary nostalgia of epic proportions: burgers, wood-fired pizza and family dining soared in contrast to fine dining.
You can order something else on your second visit to The Lighthouse, but on your first visit you ought to get the fried filet
Owners started hiring teenagers in the post-war economy, and now some restaurants have employed three generations of families
In recent years home-grown fish camps have found new fans in search of authentic dining experiences
The Flounder was rebuilt immediately when it burned down in 1981.
The onion rings recipe belongs to Ken’s grandmother.
Almost every interior wall is covered in these murals by Clive Haymes
Leland opened the restaurant in 1973 when he got tired on waiting on food at the area’s other busy fish camps.
Local families become regulars at The Wagon Wheel with reserved tables the way southerners like to reserve their church pews
Fish is fried to order, never before
When folks call about fishing on the property, the owners convince them to come in for a meal instead.
Wagon Wheel is the oldest operating Fish Camp in Spartanburg County