Decided to explore today and came across this awesome family owned eatery . The food was Great! Fresh and delicious seafood. The service was wonderful and everyone was so inviting. Will definitely go again.
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Stopped here for lunch on our way from Charleston to Little River. To say this place is nothing fancy is an understatement but the food was wonderful. We had shrimp, scallops and grilled flounder and they was all great. The grilled veggies deserve mention because...More
We have been vacationing in the area for over a decade and were just told about this little hidden seafood secret. We drove about 45 minutes to give it a try and definitely were not disappointed. Our picky-eating teen called it, "the best restaurant". Not...More
Very good seafood. Little pricey, but good fried food. I would recommend less breading on the shrimp and oysters.
My husband and I ate here when we were visiting the area last week. The food was delicious! The crab balls were excellent! Our favorite part of the meal. Loved the fresh seafood, and everyone was so nice.
You won't find a article or TV spot that mentions food and it not include this place. And for me personally it lived up to the hype. This part of McClellanville is absolutely amazing. Very scenic. And when you walk inside of the restaurant its...More
I enjoyed the tasty cup of crab/corn chowder and calamari w/spicy dipping sauce as my meal. My wife had the steamed flounder/shrimp with red rice platter. Waiter kept glasses of tea filled faster than any restaurant I have ever been to. The key lime pie...More
There are not many restaurants in this part of coastal South Carolina but T.W. Graham & company is all you need! We spent the AM hiking on a barrier island and were hungry for a lunchtime meal. The restaurant has an old-time look inside and...More
Visited this great restaurant on the advice of a local and boy were we satisfied. The seafood was AMAZING. Some of the best we've had down here. We had their chowder and the daily special, and my dad finished off with a key lime pie....More