Rockingham is a city in Richmond County, North Carolina, United States named after the Marquess of Rockingham. The population was 9,558 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Richmond County. Rockingham is the home of Rockingham Speedway, formerly the North Carolina Speedway, which was a staple of the NASCAR schedule for nearly 40 years, before the race was discontinued in 2004.
4 based on 21 reviews
One of the best Dairy Queens ever. They have late hours too. Memories of costing this one In the 80s with my parents on the way to beach and staying In the motel on the hill. (I wouldn't put my cat in that place in current day LOL). Friendly people working and frozen ice cream and
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Great lunch stop heading to Charleston from Charlottesville. Red brick building. Our waiter Robin could not have been nicer.. true Southern Hospitality! Wednesday is Burnt Ends special day... omg! So good! Also had Brunswick Stew & great Hushpuppies with honey butter!
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Were driving through Rockingham and chanced upon this restaurant. The magaritas were very good, the beer cold, the pico de gallo and guacamole were great. Their chicken enchiladas were delicious and the refried beans were stand up. The service was perfect. Go here. You will like it.
4 based on 47 reviews
Stopped in for a late lunch on a Sunday afternoon. We missed the church crowd so they weren't swamped with customers. Ordered a BBQ sandwich and a Value Pack. As always, it was delicious. Restaurant and restrooms were clean, employees were friendly and helpful.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
I almost missed the place, were it not for the mile of cars waiting in the drive through. Thought it must be great, so pulken in for tge wait. Biscuits were great, chicken was great, coffee was great. I'm leaving very satisfied.
4 based on 119 reviews
At FATZ, we serve your favorite American fare with a delicious twist. From steaks to seafood, treat your taste buds to the flavors of FATZ.FATZ is committed to the highest standards of fresh quality food preparation with the finest of ingredients.
My wife and I recently visited the Seagrove area for the 36th Annual Seagrove Pottery Festival. On the way back home we were looking to find a nice sit-down restaurant to eat dinner and could not find one. Really ! Everything we passed was a fast food/junk food restaurant.
When we saw Fatz, we figured we would give it a try. Since most of the food on the
menu was "southern style", we did not have many choices. My wife ordered the Grilled Pork Chops and I ordered the Citrus Grilled Chicken. I have to say both were well prepared and came with your choice of two sides.
Our server was Keno and he was great. He was friendly, helpful, had a great sense of humor, and liked classic rock n' roll. The stereo played a couple of great songs including Humble Pie's 30 Days in the Hole. Not what you would normally hear in a restaurant.
All in all our dining experience at Fatz was a good one. I am not sure that we will visit another of their restaurants, but can say that this Fatz made the grade.
5 based on 13 reviews
Open kitchen authentic mexican food, enjoy delicious street tacos, quesadillas, nachos, burrito bowls, and tortas (mexican subs) once ordered top off your meal at our complementary salsa bar with assorted toppings and savory salsas, ranging from mild to spicy options, and don't forget to try one of homemade desserts.
Fast, fresh, and made to order. Seemed more authentic than your typical taco place. Had a great little salsa bar where you add your own toppings. We had the tacos and a burrito bowl. Tacos are different as they are grilled soft corn shells and not hard and crunchy. Only real complaint I have is I thought the drinks were overpriced at 2.25 each. Good lunch stop passing through Rockingham.
4 based on 41 reviews
We stopped mid afternoon for lunch. I had a veggie dish which was good. The salad was mediocre iceberg lettuce. The bread was tasty. My daughter had ravioli with meat sauce, which she said was good.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Looked on trip advisor headed north from Myrtle Beach to the northeast -- old pine floors and a fresh paint job greeted us along with very friendly and helpful waitstaff. Fresh tea, homemade bread and sides. Great tarragon chicken salad. What a pleasure. Not sure I would order the BLT -- too much bacon (1/2 pound) unless it is well done. $25 for two -- big sandwich, hearty sides and bottomless tea.
4 based on 28 reviews
First trip to this buffet and it was just ok. Typical Chinese Buffett. Try had a decent variety of food but a lot of it did not seem real fresh. The salt n pepper shrimp must have been on the bar all day because it almost tasted like powder. It was horrible. The sushi was pretty good but they only offered 3 different kinds. Waitress was very nice and attentive with service. I may would try them again if in town but I don't highly recommend them.
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