A few months ago I wrote about a new wing restaurant coming to Fort Mill. I think when the story actually surfaced, the projected opening date was sometime in December. But, this week VooDoo Wings finally opened at 1646 S.C. 160 across from Baxter. If you’re familiar with the area, this spot formerly housed Blacow Burgers that closed after several years of operation. And, this won’t be the last you hear of VooDoo Wings in the Carolinas. The Herald says they plan to open more sites in the Charlotte area just over the the North Carolina line. VooDoo is famous for serving large and small batch wings in a variety of flavors. Order boneless or traditional in the typical flavors in addition to Cajun ranch, Jamaican Jerk, Mango Habanero and Spicy Pb&J. There’s even a super spicy option known as The Bomb. Orders of wings come in numbers from 6-100 pieces. That’s the one that intrigues me!
Also, if you’re not feeling in the wing mood but want to try out the spot with friends, you have options. VooDoo also serves sandwiches, sides and desserts. Other tasty treats at VooDoo include fried pickles, hand-cut fries and Buffalo mac and cheese. Don’t forget dessert! Choose from homemade banana pudding or Peanut Butter Cup pie in a cup. VooDoo marinates its chicken for 48 hours to ensure the best flavor and tenderness. A spokesperson with National Restaurant Properties points to Fort Mill’s family vibe that makes it perfect for a brand such as VooDoo. Check their website for menus, location and hours of operation. Seems like perfect timing with the “Big Game” just around the corner next month.
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