The guide to eating in or dining out on the Piedmont lakes. The establishments listed here have water access on site or very nearby. Or we really, really like what they're sellin'!
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5585 Rink Dam Rd, Taylorsville NC.
Cheeseburgers & homemade chili, barbeque, country style steaks & fried pies, Southern cooking, mentioned in Our State magazine. Open M – Sat 8am – 8pm; Closed Sun. Casual. $
Rink Dam Boat Dock
3210 Rink Dam Rd, Taylorsville NC.
Rink Dam Marina is under new ownership and is currently undergoing renovations. Please stay tuned for more details.
JPeters Grill & Bar
1000 Marina Village Dr, Mt Holly NC 28120
Waterfront, Lake Wylie at Tailrace Marina (see 62 on the Wylie map). Very full menu includes apps, soups, sandwiches, & burgers, steaks, ribs, seafood, chicken & pasta. What else is there? Oh… desserts and the bar, of course. There are slips, so come by boat. Casual. $$
Pier 88 Yacht Club
On the dock at River Mills Marina.
54 Marina Rd, Lake Wylie.
Hot dogs, burgers, BBQ, chicken wings, French fries, onion rings and much more. Beer & wine to go. On the lake in Joe’s Cove just two coves south of Buster Boyd Bridge. Ship’s store, boat slips & gas dock. Open 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Very casual. $
T-Bones on the Lake
3990 Charlotte Hwy, Lake Wylie.
After 24 years, T-Bones has closed. The Bottle Cap Group, owner of several Charlotte-area restaurants, has taken over the location for renovations. They plan to reopen in time for spring boating. Stay tuned!
Try one or all of these waterfront or water-access restaurants next time you're, you know, hungry ...