We might differ a little on where paradise might be found, but the thought is good and the wave sounds on the website are cool.
Recently we were visiting the area north of Charlotte that includes, Huntersville, Cornelius, Troutman, and Mooresville.
If you ever doubt that there is an explosion of growth in certain parts of North Carolina, wander on down to exit 25 or so and get in line to get off of Interstate 77.
We had eaten at the Huntersville Cheeseburger in Paradise once before, but we all had cheeseburgers, and I wanted to wait until we had sampled the menu a little before writing this review.
This trip I had the Carnivorous Habit Platter which includes Mini-Cheesburgers, BBQ Jerk Ribs, Teriyaki Wings, and Onion Six-Strings.
I was lucky that my wife not only split her salad with me but helped me eat the platter. All of it was delicious. The next time we, we're both getting a salad and splitting the platter.
My wife was especially fond of the Mini-Cheeseburgers. She got an Island Quesadilla which she found a little sweet. My youngest daughter got a Jerk Chicken Wrap which she claimed was delicious.
I also got a sip of Beach Bum beer which was also tasty.
All in all, it would be a nice chain to find its way to the Roanoke Valley. The closest one aside from the Huntersville location would be in Charlottesville.
Cheeseburger in Paradise is one of the better chains that I have been to lately, they even had live music when we were there.
If you want to visit a real beach paradise, check out my revised Emerald Isle, NC travel guide. It's only 5.5 hours away and as you can see from the pictures it qualifies as a special spot. I can even find you a really good cheese burger.