A small local hideaway on Edisto Beach with a menu full of tasty items. We had the best crab cakes at this place. Plan to visit it again!
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This is one of the oldest restaurant & bar in town. It use to be a gas station so you maybe turned off when you arrive outside. It's more of a bar atmosphere but the food is good! Late nite when they feel like!
... but more than that. This is where the locals go. We came on a Saturday night, just as the South Carolina Gamecocks were finishing their game on TVs, and stayed until after the Clemson Tigers game was underway. SEC fans are serious about their...More
Atmosphere here is casual, laid back and shabby beach. Although the food was good, it was expensive for the small serving.
This bar/grill established in 1947 was definitely the best we experienced while at Edisto. The food was excellent and the atmosphere interesting. It was the only place on the island with raw oysters on the menu.
Late Sunday afternoon lunch, hungry off the beach, highly recommended by locals, we know why, just had grilled shrimp and beverages, prompt excellent service
Look up this restaurant on the website prior to visiting noticed they had some pretty good reviews and that they had lunch specials which included shrimp and grits for 7:50 a person when we arrived at the restaurant the specials have been changed and now...More