A former fishing camp in southeast Gaston County will soon change dietary focus as aspirants’ paradise for pork barbecue. Construction has been going on for quite a while this summer at 4571 S. New Hope Road, in the brick building most recently occupied by Captain Jim’s Steak and Seafood. Once a major redevelopment of the …

Nothing says “Florida” like a waterfront seafood shack, which is why Nick Cruz, owner and operator of Big Ray’s Fish Camp, is thrilled to see his restaurant expand to the Tampa Convention Center, right next to The Sail (formerly the Sail Pavilion). Cruz recently signed a licensing agreement with Aramark, the food and beverage supplier …

JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Living on the First Coast, you’ve probably tried the alligator at some point in your life. Chances are you’ve only eaten the ever-popular Southern dish: alligator tail. But if the opportunity presented itself, would you try a fully smoked alligator? How about a fully smoked alligator wrapped in bacon? If you answered …

Burgers and hot dogs are typical summer grill dishes, but fish is a healthy swap your guests will enjoy – and it’s that easy. Packed with omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, and vitamins like D and B2, fish have been shown to reduce fat levels in the body, slow the growth of plaque on the heart, …

On an unusually warm Friday afternoon from April to Jeremy’s beer house in the South Street Seaport, patrons sipped beer from quarter-sized styrofoam cups as “Jessie’s Girl” howled from the jukebox and the sun poured in through the open windows. There was a distinct vacation feeling in the air. Michael J. McAliney, of Howard Beach, …

Click to enlarge Photo via Pier 36 Fish Camp / Facebook Pier 36 Fish Camp, located in the former Hooters, is being smoothly opened at 2699 Cassel Creek Blvd. The new restaurant serves crab, oysters, mussels, tropical fish and more. The smooth opening process began on May 9 for the lunch service. Since then, the …

If you are craving flavors of the sea, you have come to the right place. Living in the Coastal Curve means you don’t have to cast a large net to find plenty of spots with shrimp, fish, oysters, crab, and more. Whether it’s fast food, fried seafood, fresh seafood, or just the restaurant atmosphere, the …

After losing more than two months of business last year due to flooding from Hurricane Irma, Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week. An alligator – statue – guards the entrance to Clark’s Fish Camp in Mandarin. The restaurant filed for Chapter 11 receivership last week. Patrons of the …

Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy following lower revenues and leadership changes. Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy following lower revenues and leadership changes. The seafood restaurant along Julington Creek in Mandarin suffered significant damage during Hurricanes Matthew and Irma. Hurricane Irma forced the restaurant …

JACKSONVILLE, Florida –A beloved Jacksonville seafood restaurant files for bankruptcy after losing months of business last year due to Hurricane Irma. Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 receivership, as the Jax Daily Record first reports. The restaurant’s lawyer, William McDaniel, told the Daily Record that customers would not notice any …