Charlotte at Six

An increase in jellies is leading to a decrease in jollies for beach goers in the Carolinas. Mark Garrison talked with multiple people vacationing on the coast, including his daughter, who have said the jellyfish are EVERYWHERE + a marine biologist who explains the uptick and how to treat stings.

Today on Dirty Restaurant Thursday Mark Garrison and WBT food critic TJ Boggs are back to talk about a South End taco joint and a repeat appearance for a popular steakhouse + why TJ has a bone to pick with some station sponsors!    

Over two years ago, hopes were high for “Football City, U.S.A.” to come to Rock Hill, SC. Now the relationship between the Carolina Panthers and the city is dead, but Panther’s owner David Tepper said he’s ready to settle up.

You won’t find the best franks in Charlotte at the grocery store, in a restaurant or even at the ballpark. Mark Garrison takes you to a food cart in West Charlotte that will fill your heart and stomach — and won’t leave your wallet empty!

On this episode of Dirty Restaurant Tuesday, Mark Garrison and WBT food critic TJ Boggs talk about a Waffle House achieving the unthinkable + where to find the best hot dogs in the Queen City!  

Earlier this week on Charlotte at Six we told you about the world’s longest yard sale, stretching for nearly 700 miles from Alabama to Michigan. Today Mark checked in with a vendor to see what kinds of crazy items are up for sale along US Highway 127.

On this edition of Dirty Restaurant Thursday Mark Garrison and WBT food critic T.J. Boggs dissect the ways some prominent Charlotte area restaurants fell short of the health inspector’s standards — including one special non-restaurant appearance + Mark and TJ share their favorite ice cream spots.  

You may not know his name, but you absolutely know his restaurants. Mark Garrison introduces us to a man who thought he’d become a lawyer — but ended up in the restaurant business after serving his mother’s recipes in a frat house.

On this edition of Dirty Restaurant Tuesday, Mark Garrison and T.J. Boggs dish out the details of the latest restaurants to make the list of shame — with some names that might surprise you.

What connects Gadsden, Alabama to Addison, Michigan? Just the world’s longest yard sale! It’s over 700 miles of people selling anything and everything and starts this Thursday and Mark Garrison spoke with Hugh Stump of the Gadsden Tourism Office to talk about the strange things you might find for sale.