The Great Carolina Fried Chicken Map

Plan ahead with a road map highlighting 300+ fried chicken spots

The Great Carolina Fried Chicken Map

Map courtesy of EDIA, Inc.

If so, no need to skid! You can plan ahead for your next stop with a new road map that highlights eateries that specialize in this yum-o-licious dish. The map marks more than 300 sites across North Carolina and South Carolina, ranging from traditional take-out joints and gas stations to church dining rooms and linen-clothed sit-downs. Each restaurant’s round symbol details how its fried chicken is made (battering method, frying method and oil type). There’s also traditional Southern-fried biscuits, sandwiches, chicken-and-waffles, Nashville-style hot chicken, Korean double-fried, smoked-fried, and two styles native to the Carolinas — dipped chicken and Calabash chicken.

Fried Chicken Map in action

Photo courtesy of EDIA, Inc.

On the back of the map, restaurant listings are divided by state and include addresses, phone numbers and hours. Icons call out restaurants with a buffet or cafeteria line and places that are cash-only or take-out-only. Occasionally, a description will note additional specialties to eat with your fowl, such as fried pickles (Danny’s Place in Rockwell, NC). Road maps are $9.99; posters $29.99 (front of map only, no listings).

To learn more or to order, visit ediamaps.com.

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest.

Like this?

Close

Share it with others