Dining & Drink: West Rome restaurant returns after brief update. From Broad Street: Giggity’s has a gift for day; Tap Room extends food hours. LakePoint now selling beer, wine. BK on the way to Love’s.

Dining & Drink: West Rome restaurant returns after brief update. From Broad Street: Giggity’s has a gift for day; Tap Room extends food hours. LakePoint now selling beer, wine. BK on the way to Love’s.

A couple of updates later, Wings & Seafood  at 1939-B Shorter Ave. is back in full service at West End. We reviewed the restaurant following a great lunch and will get back next week if not sooner. The reason: They’re serious about their wings, their seafood and one of the more diverse menus we’ve seen at any fast-casual restaurant in Rome. In addition to the namesakes, you’re offered fried rice, a Philly, livers and gizzards, burgers and probably a few more we didn’t mention. Even better, the combos give you a mix — wings and fried rice worked for us quite nicely. Prices are fine, $5.99 to $10.79. Service is fast; you’ll get your meal soon after serving yourself at the drink machine.  What to know:

  • Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday; until 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Phone: 706-237-7599.

New summer hours at Rome City Brewing Co. Hillery Sawyer’s Hoptimist at RCBC is now open 4 p.m. until late night Thursday through Saturday as well as lunch Sunday. In addition to her signature grilled cheese creations, she’s on a run with special summer burgers and other options.


Still searching for where to take dad for Fathers Day? This option comes with a take home gift. And why not. Giggity’s Sports Pub & Grill is offering free Michelob Ultra glasses if you stop in on Sunday. Says the Facebook page: “Dads deserve it.” There’s also a free ticket for a Mich Ultra golf bag for ever such beer sold; drawing Sunday.


Burger King coming to Love’s Travel Center: Bids are due June 19 for the $125,000 buildout project, according to Dodge Construction.


LakePoint adds beer, wine sales: Top Shelf Concessions, which operates the stands at the Emerson sports complex, has been selling beer and wine for about a month now, according to reports in The Daily Tribune News in Cartersville. A recent story in the newspaper focused on the Emerson City Council’s decision to establish a “last call” time at the ballparks. The cutoff was at 7 p.m. but now is extended to 9:30 p.m., the article shows. Also: Three drink maximum. Daily Tribune

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