Thursday, March 14, 2013
It’s beginning to look a lot like spring
It seems all is quiet in Holly Springs with the majority of people traveling for spring break! Thanks to Mother Nature and her wonderful weather, as well as Daylight Saving Time, those of us sticking around this week can enjoy baseball games and getting our yards in order. With tulip magnolias, jonquils and forsythia blooming already, it is time to start adding our own bit of color to the mix!
Once again, Law’s Hill Fish House was not a disappointment Friday night! We rode out there to partake in their fabulous fried fare. Worried when we rounded the corner and saw cars on both sides of the road and two deep in the parking lot, we made the decision to see if there was an empty table to be had. With a short wait, we were seated. Turns out there was a ribeye and crab leg special that night. As tempting as that was, all of us were craving catfish. As packed as it was, our dinner came in a very timely fashion and was cooked to perfection! The people at Laws Hill are the ones who truly make it a great experience. They are so friendly and sweet, going above and beyond to make sure your experience is a good one!
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