Southern Comfort food from a century-old building makes for a perfect match at Kinch’s Restaurant.
The downtown portion of Rock Hill has gotten a much-needed facelift. This has rejuvenated the interest in business moving back to an area that was once thriving. Meanwhile, Rockhillians affectionately call the downtown area Old Town Rock Hill. Today we head to this historical downtown area of Rock Hill to try out some comfort food at Kinch’s Resturant.
Kinch’s Restaurant is open only for breakfast and lunch during the week.
Kinch’s Restaurant is located on the corner of Black Street and Elks Ave. They share a public parking lot with McHales Irish Pub which we also reviewed a few weeks back. At the same time, they face different directions. Kinch’s is facing the parking lot while McHales faces Main St. Kinch’s Restaurant is open only for breakfast and lunch during the week. Their hours are 7 am to 2:30 pm Monday through Friday and on Wednesday they offer dinner from 5 pm to 7 pm with a limited menu.
On this occasion, I ordered off the meat and two menu, which simply means you get a meat and two sides. I ordered meatloaf, fried squash, and mash potatoes with gravy. Once you order you grab your cup, get your drink, and then find your seat. Meanwhile, the waitress will bring your food out.
I love the bits of potatoes left in the mashed potatoes. To me, it adds a nice texture to the food.
All of the food was great. I love the bits of potatoes left in the mashed potatoes. To me, it adds a nice texture to the food. The meatloaf was seasoned just perfectly. Also, I love a restaurant that has Texas Pete on the table. Texas Pete is my favorite hot sauce. Since it was there I had to dabble a little bit on my meatloaf. Finally, I would have to add that the squash was good but did need a pinch of salt. Otherwise, a perfect meal.
Make sure you check them out if you are in the Downtown area of Rock Hill, SC. I am sure you will not regret it. Also, if you are not in the mood for comfort food, their fried chicken is some of the best around. Watch our video below to see our experience at Kinch’s Restaurant. For more restaurant reviews, check out Southern Food Junkie’s Blog.