The company has already published several maps for North Carolina including a beer and BBQ map, Amanda Fisher, company co-founder, said. She said this is the company’s first venture into South Carolina.
Each restaurant shown on the map has a symbol, indicating whether it serves traditional bone-in fried, chicken and biscuits, chicken and waffles, dipped, dredged or combination batter.
It also tells users what type of oil was used and the frying method, along with details such as address, hours, contact information, cash-only, take-out only and if it is a cafeteria- or buffet line-style experience. For more information, visit www.ediamaps.com.