A feast of popular culture eclectica, easy to digest, every bit as tasty going in, as coming out.
Although I live in Texas now, I used to live in Philadelphia. If you drive from Philly to Florida (and many people do, including me) you can't miss this place. It's in South Carolina, just south of the North Carolina border. There are literally hundreds of billboards along I95 advertising the place. It's also where you go if you live in the Philly area and want fireworks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_of_the_Border_%28attraction%29
Cape, thanks for the info. Very interesting. Perhaps the "Border" could also refer to the Mason-Dixon line! LOL! Sounds like a great tourist trap, like a Super-Stuckeys. If I were traveling that route, I would definitely stop in. I love food from these sorts of places.Thanks for the comment!