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Carolina Ale House Nutrition Information

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Carolina Ale House Nutrition Information
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Carolina Ale House is a family-friendly, sport-themed restaurants located throughout the Carolinas as well as in Florida and Georgia. Carolina Ale House restaurants are fun for all ages and include televisions, video games, pool table, pinball machines and foosball tables, according to the restaurant website. In addition to entertainment, Carolina Ale House serves a wide variety of appetizers, entrees and desserts. As of 2011, there is limited information regarding the nutritional value of Carolina Ale House foods.


The Carolina Ale House serves a wide variety of foods. Appetizers at Carolina Ale House largely focus on chicken wings. Wings come in a large variety of quantities with a number of different sauces ranging from BBQ sauce to ranch dressing. The Carolina Ale House does offer the option of grilling your wings opposed to deep frying them for a healthier option. Other appetizers include shrimp, nachos, fried pickles, quesadillas, cheese fries and calamari. You can also purchase an appetizer platter with variety of different appetizer foods.

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For a lighter meal, you can choose from a wide-variety of soups and salads -- including chili, French onion soup, Caesar salads, and tuna, shrimp or steak salads. Carolina Ale House also offers a number of sandwiches and wraps. These items include your choice of meat -- chicken, steak , beef, turkey or shrimp -- and are served on a bun or tortilla shell with a number of vegetables. This restaurants also offers a large number of burgers with just about any topping you can think of including BBQ, onion straws, coleslaw and ham. All burgers are served with a side of fries. Carolina Ale House also offers entrees, which include ribs, chicken, steak or shrimp served with fries and cole slaw. You can also order a flat bread pizza including vegetable, pepperoni and pineapple pizza.


Carolina Ale House offers a wide variety of desserts packed with sugar and fats. Desserts include cheesecake, mud pie and dessert nachos. Desserts include ice creams, chocolates, caramel sauce, Oreos and whipped cream. Carolina Ale House will provide you with a free dessert on your birthday.

Carolina Ale House Chicken Wings

Since chicken wings are very popular menu item, it is important to understand the nutritional value. Often eaten as an appetizer, one chicken wing -- without sauce -- contains 99 calories; one wing also contains 7 g of fat.

Carolina Ale House Chicken Philly Sandwich

Served on a bun, the Chicken Philly Sandwich contains 450 calories. This sandwich is traditionally served with sauteed onions, green peppers, mushrooms, lettuce, tomato and provolone cheese. This sandwich contains 14 g of fat, 53 g of carbohydrates and 28 g of protein. There are 500 mg of sodium and 50 mg of cholesterol.

Made to Order

Carolina Ale House prides themselves on made-to-order entrees. At Carolina Ale House, you can opt to have your food grilled instead of deep fried. You can also opt to have your dressings or sauces placed on the side instead of topping your meal -- this way you can only use as much as you need. Carolina Ale House will also customize your burger for you. You also have the option of replacing a traditional side of fries with a side salad.

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