Chow Daddy’s

When we wanted a chill supper last week, my parents suggested Chow Daddy’s. I would call the menu Tex Mex with a Lowcountry spin. That means te queso is served with house-made potato chips rather than tortilla chips and you can find fried chicken and bbq sauce incorporated into the tacos and bowls.

This is a great place for a hang. The outdoor area is large with plenty of umbrellas and a ping pong table. Inside has a couple pinball machines so, basically, if you come with the full fam, there’s plenty to keep everyone entertained.

I ordered two tacos – the spicy fish and the smoked pork. Both were delicious and the pork was a particularly big taco. My beau also got a pork taco along with the fried chicken rice bowl (he came hungry). I didn’t taste his bowl but he said it had a nice lil kick to it. My parents pretty much repeated our orders and everybody was super happy with their choices. And we really couldn’t get enough of the queso. I loved the swirl of poblano and loved the chips. It was the perfect starter.

It was relatively empty the night we went so I’m guessing people see it as more of a lunch place, but that seems silly to me. You can go heavy or light with the food; and with an outdoor area like that, Chow Daddy’s works at all hours of the day.