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Kristy’s offers an extensive menu in Landis

By Mark Wineka
mwineka@salisburypost.com
LANDIS ó Kristy’s Seafood & Grill offers a whopping 217 menu items covering breakfast, lunch and dinner.
“Everything is freshly cooked,” owner Kristy Stevens says.
Stevens opened the restaurant Aug. 19. It’s located at 124 W. Ryder Ave., Landis, in a strip center built by Rick Register.
Hours are 5:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 4:15-9 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. On Sundays, hours are from 6 a.m.-3 p.m. The restaurant is closed Mondays.
Breakfast includes egg combinations, meat plates, omelettes, hotcakes, sandwiches and side orders.
The extensive lunch and dinner menus include 17 different salads; grilled and battered seafood; numerous regular and specialty sandwiches; steak; chicken; soup (seasonal); a variety of side orders; appetizers and homemade desserts.
The seafood includes shrimp, deviled crab, catfish, flounder, oysters, clam strips and Alaskan whitefish.
Appetizers are fried pickle spears, chili cheese fries, potato wedges, wings, shrimp cocktails and cheese sticks.
The desserts include banana pudding (every day), red velvet cake, pineapple delight, double chocolate cake and cherry and strawberry yum-yum.
Stevens, 33, is the former manager of Johnny’s in Rockwell. She says her regular seafood items are offered breaded or in corn meal.
The restaurant has carryouts available, and Stevens also caters.
The telephone number for Kristy’s Seafood & Grill is 704-856-2377.

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