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  • NarroWay Productions
    NarroWay Productions
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  • Captain Steve's Too
    Captain Steve's Too
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    Jim and Tammys home it's now...
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    by etfromnc Written Apr 23, 2009

    It seems that most of the land in Fort Mill is to be preserved in its undeveloped state as the Anne Springs Close Greenway, an area bounded by the US Hwy 21 Bypass on the west and (mostly) Springfield Parkway on the east. The northern and southern boundaries are more amorphous but NC State Hwy 160 does lie south of the entire greenway. The main entrance and access to most of the developed areas is in the northern part of the greenway off of Business US Hwy 21 at Springfield Lane. On Springfield Lane, there is an old barn which has been converted for public use such as parties, receptions, etc., an early 19th Century log cabin, picnic areas, walking/riding trails, and a nature center.

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    NarroWay Productions

    by 807Wheaton Written May 15, 2008

    This is titled "The Broadway of Christian Entertainment" with dinner theatre, epic biblical productions, mystery theatre and holiday shows.
    We have not visited this yet.

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    Captain Steve's Too

    by 807Wheaton Written May 15, 2008

    We stopped at Captain Steve's Family Seafood on our way to Charlotte. It's popular with the locals and really busy at lunch time. We got there about 12:30 and there was a long line at the checkout, so we didn't wait too long to be seated. Our servers were helpful and friendly.
    Even though it is a seafood place, we had the Marinated Beef Tips over rice. The meal started with a basket of hush puppies. Our lunch included rolls, choice of french fries, onion rings, and a garden salad. We were able to order a half order of french fries and onion rings, which we did. The tasty beef tips came with large pieces of red and green peppers, onions and mushrooms and the cost for lunch was $6.95.
    If you like an abundance of home cooked food this is a good place to stop.

    Favorite Dish: We both got the marinated beef tips. We could have split the meal it was so huge. Our server told us that they split plates with no charge for an extra plate. That is what we should have done.

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    • Seniors

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