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Wahoo! Grill Restaurant Review: Good food at a fair price keeps Pam Ledbetter's Wahoo! Grill busy most evenings, and it remains popular for brunch, too. Well-prepared standards include a signature fisherman's stew, featuring seafood in a spicy tomato broth. Another good choice for an opener are the pimento cheese fritters with tomatillo jam. The cider-brined pork chop can come pink if so requested, and you can count on getting the wild salmon rare as well. We also recommend the New York strip steak from North Carolina's Brasstown Beef as well as the scallops, still a-quiver, and served with a pumpkin seed pesto butter. Desserts are more comfort fare, such as the familiar, classic crème brûlée. Sunday brunch is a buffet (adults $18, children 12 and under $8). The wine selection is much improved, with interesting options from widespread producing regions and plenty by the glass and half bottle. Tuesday's wine specials merit attention.