Yes, we finally made it to the new restaurant Root, located at 919 Front Street in Georgetown. Very awesome ambiance and decor.
Take a look at the marvelous dishes had tonight for dinner.
Meatballs & Grits
tomato-based over creamy Anson Mills polenta with burrata cheese, Pecorino and basil
Mussels Alla Root
steamed in a tangy broth with fresh herbs, crispy bacon and grilled bread
- you must soak the bread in the broth!
Creamy Tomato Basil Soup
over risotto with crab and shrimp
Beef Short Ribs
red wine-braised over Anson Mills polenta, roasted root vegetables, gremolata, local greens and gravy
roasted wild mushrooms simmered in a black truffle marinara and tossed with pappardelle pasta and Pecorino Romano
If you drive down Indian Hut Road too fast in Georgetown, you'll miss it.
However, there is a lit sign pointing at the building from the road to help slow you down. And, yes, you should slow down, stop and eat at Janette's Super Burger!
For many years, this restaurant had been closed. But, due to demand and a willingness to serve the community, Janette's has been open since August of this year and is serving those famous super burgers she's known for.
The recipe has been passed down and staff are living up to the burger doctrine! We stopped in and decided to tackle the famous double cheeseburger.
Once inside, we were greeted with "Hello, ya'll! Come on in and have a seat. Take a menu and come up to order when ready!" It's one of those greetings that warms your soul and let's you know you're in for a treat. Then we read the menu...
"Where Family and Friends Come to Dine"
Once seeing that, and looking at the close-knit folks inside, we knew this was going to be great. Not only that, there were a few folks we knew, and were related to, who came in while we dined.
It's a small dine-in area. Only a few tables inside with a small little bar you can sit at and look out the window to watch people pull up. Do not let the thought of being cramped deter you from a superb meal here!
The double cheeseburger lived up to the famous accolade, friends! Definitely a good one here!
Come by 1473 Indian Hut Road and enjoy some great food with great people! Call ahead at 843-833-8345 if you need a to-go order!
Have you been down Church Street lately? There's a new restaurant in town and the tastes are going to be familiar with a lot of people!
If you know of Milardo's Pizzeria in Murrells Inlet, you're going to love Olives Tavern in the City of Georgetown? Why, you ask?
It's owned by the same folks! Ed and Lindsey Milardo have brought their fantastic food creations down our way, and to say thank you wouldn't be enough!
The pizza is so good. We enjoyed the small versions of the Buffalo Chicken and Meatlovers. Oh, and do not worry, you'll have plenty to eat. The small portion is enough for you take some home!
The Chicken Parm is right up there with the best. No doubt. The chicken and pasta were cooked well and the sauce was divine!
I could have bottled that marinara sauce and took it home!
Take a look below of what we had. You'll be here soon. Trust me!
We were in the need of a break from all the hurricane aftermath and potential flooding concerns for out county. So, we decided to go to a restaurant and take photos of what we enjoyed. Hey, this culinary adventure also provides huge stress relieving points!
The recently opened Graham's Landing on Front was the place to be this Saturday evening. Even going around 5:30 p.m. wasn't early enough. The table tops were packed and there was a good wait for seating, however, the staff on hand saw to it you were taken care of. During the evening, as soon as tops were cleared, there were people to fill them in seconds.
Front Street in the City of Georgetown is on a culinary upswing. The current restaurant lineup really is impressive and the folks who operate them should be very proud of what they have to offer.
With that, there's no question why Graham Plummer and his family saw the opportunity to jump in.
Already known for Graham's Landing in Murrells Inlet, Plummer wanted to introduce the fine people in the city to his culinary renditions of tasteful dishes. From pulled pork to steaks to pizza - and yes, shrimp & grits, his plan was to welcome you to his table of food offerings.
For us, the table was filled quick with excellent dishes and there wasn't a frown - or empty mouth - in sight.
The photos will do the talking, but I suggest you try the Grambo's Lowcountry Stew and Grambo's Shrimp & Grits. The stew is tomato based, with chicken and andouille sausage served over rice and topped with blackened shrimp. There's a little heat to it, too. It really is satisfying to the pallet.
The shrimp and grits offering is a well portioned dish. Fresh shrimp and andouille sausage are plentiful with the cream, peppers and onions served over stone ground white cream cheese grits. Every spoonful melted in my mouth and the flavoring was succulent.
Service was awesome as multiple staff checked on each table.
Enjoy the photos below and tell'em we sent you.
Got here around 11:30 a.m. and it's a good thing we did. It was filling up rapidly as soon as we seated. Great lunch specials were on the menu. One was the gumbo - with chicken, andouille sausage & rice - and it was awesome! Seasoned just right with just a little heat for your tastebuds.
The perennial champion was also available - Shrimp & Grits! Always a crowd pleaser. You cannot go wrong with the Seafood Platter. The portions leave you satisfied.
Enjoy the photos!
Wanting some Mexican flavor today, we stopped in at Alfresco's Taqueria Y Cantina and we truly were served some authentic Mexican food!
Located at 816 Front Street, Jenny and her crew work tirelessly to provide a great dining experience. The building is small, however, there's outside dining to accommodate the overflow. And yes, today, there was overflow - even at 11 a.m.
The reason? Well, the food is just that good. Service is attentive and quick. It should be. Alfresco's standards follow through.
Meeting Jenny today was such a pleasure. She introduced herself to us and made sure our meal was great from beginning to end.
Oh, and they have glass-bottled Coke. Hard to find that in restaurants these days. Plus, an assortment of Jarritos Mexican soft drinks. I chose the Mandarin flavor. My first time ever having Jarritos and I loved it.
The soft tacos come in a set of three. And we had one with chicken, one with steak and one with pork. They come loaded. Really are a mouthful.
The gorditas were ordered the same way. Both the tacos and gorditas had loads of flavor. The chicken empanadas were excellently prepared and the rice and beans made the dish wonderful.
Above all, the fajitas nachos were awesome! Loaded with beef and chicken, green, red and yellow bell peppers, onions, tomatoes and drizzled with cheese! This stole the show.
Go see Jenny at Alfresco's Taqueria Y Cantina; located at 816 Front Street, and tell'em we sent you! Enjoy the photos below as much as we enjoyed the tastes.
As soon as you open the front you're greeted with a packed room, busy servers and a barista churning out flavored coffee orders. And this was on a Sunday. That's right, I'm at Coffee Break Cafe on 716 Front Street.
Meghan and Ron Rader never have a slow moment here. The excellent coffee and superb breakfast and lunch offerings are why! And as busy as it was, it seemed all the customers were just happy to be there.
What's great about Coffee Break Cafe is you have this out-of-town experience. The atmosphere, hustle & flow and smells took you to a place that'd be in the mountains. So, it's refreshing to know a place in town can take you to such a place without having to drive hundreds of miles.
The Triple Deuce, pictured above, is plentiful as is it good. A hearty breakfast to start the morning off just right. The freshly baked Cinnamon Rolls with cream cheese icing is a staple point. A crowd pleaser for sure.
And the South Island Omelet! Wow. You get what you pay for. And it's flavorful. Nothing greasy about it!
When Meghan is not in the kitchen helping Ron, she's greeting customers and making sure their experience is wonderful.
And, for that, she guarantees your stop on this culinary adventure of Georgetown, South Carolina, will be one to remember.
Wow. Whether it was the Harborside Chicken (pictured above) or the Giant Meatball, you were sure to be satisfied.
People still ask about Harborside Seafood and Italian. Does it it exist? Is it a myth?
Yes and no. The restaurant is real and the only myth here is a bad meal.
Owner and Chef Chris Mitchel is master in his craft. Tucked away on the harbor where Portofino's and Five Rivers Tavern called home, he's preparing tasteful dishes. The problem is many people still do not know he's there.
We hope this helps to fix that. Harborside is truly a restaurant that should be part of your culinary adventure of Georgetown County. Take a look at the dishes we enjoyed and go visit Harborside Seafood and Italian! They'd love to have you.
With over 35 years of experience Chef and owner Chris Mitchel has a love and passion for food like no other. Chef Chris has a very diverse background in the restaurant industry. Chef Chris is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park NY. After graduating he went on to being one of the youngest executive Chefs in NYC at the largest German restaurant Luchow's. He than owned Seafood, Italian restaurants and Diners. Chef Chris truly loves making people happy through his dishes.
As Sweeties Sweets celebrates 12 years in Georgetown at 707 Front Street. Skip says he needs a new ice cream machine. The new machine would be considerably more efficient and dependable. It would allow him to make even more frozen treats to tempt you.
We are exploring a novel approach to financing it. Resisting the conventional option to take out a loan or a lease and give a lot of money to a big finance company. Since our business is somewhat seasonal, the typical finance option with fixed monthly payments would put a strain on us during the slower months.
We have come up with the ultimate loyalty program for our dedicated patrons, a sweets 'Discount Club'. We are offering a full year of 50% discounts on all Sweeties’ products. You will get a discount card when you purchase a $100 Sweeties Egift card for yourself through the end of June. You can then use the Egift card to shop at Sweeties getting the 50% discount. The discount would apply anytime in store or by phone for mail order. You will continue to get the discount even after using up the gift card. The discount is for sweet treats for you and your family. The Egift purchase will be used to subsidize the cost of the machine.
Skip says it really is a win-win! You still have your $100 in the gift card and now you get all your sweets 1/2 price for a year! Sweeties gets a new machine to make even more frozen treats. Wow, you really do make out sweet! He envisions you and your family getting your ice cream and other sweet treats, then at the checkout you present the discount card to get yet another sweet treat, a 50% discount.
Sweeties currently offers Veterans, First Responders, and some affiliate discounts. This discount would out rank all other discounts. It will not apply to SC-CARES merchandise. It cannot be used to purchase product for resale.
This program will be available through June 2018. We will evaluate the success and demand for providing renewal options, we is certain there will be a need for other equipment purchases.
We need 250 customers to participate before the current machine gives out. Visit Sweeties for more info.
For Egift cards; https://goo.gl/cNvPAG (case sensitive). Take the Egift info to Sweeties for the Discount Card.
Visit the store at 707 Front Street between 10am and 5pm any day (we are open 7 days a week), or call 843-545-5400.
Take a look at the awesome offerings for Sunday Brunch at Alfresco Georgetown Bistro!
The Tuna Nachos were so good! Very fresh and flavorful. The Lobster Bisque was creamy and fulfilling.
Loved the Shrimp & Grits! The Fried Seafood Platter is just enough for your appetite.
You'll also be able to enjoy Sunday Brunch Specials! Brunch Menu is included in the photo slideshow below.
See them at 10 a.m.
Now that school's in session, more people are up earlier than they want to be, right?
Well, have no fear of the dreaded morning rush. Come have a seat at the Ball & Que Restaurant and grab a hearty breakfast.
Opening at 6 a.m., this gives those looking for a mouth watering breakfast time to eat. There's plenty to choose from, too.
Whether it be grits, eggs, sausage or bacon, there's something here for you! Eat in or take it to go.
Come by and tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you. They might even give you a late excuse for work or school.
That would be nice, right?
Do you enjoy going to a restaurant where the people there make you feel right at home? When the owner takes time to ask about your day while you order? Makes sure you have all you asked for before you leave?
Yes, I do, too!
Georgetown Family Pizza has been consistently serving good pizza in Georgetown, to the point where people say it's the best in town.
They even deliver.
They even have more than just pizza.
Go visit Susan Lambert and the crew and tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you.
After having some of this pizza, it is then when you can decide whether the talk of being the best is legit or not.
There are some dishes to be had at this quaint eatery!
Check out the awesome photos below. And no, you cannot eat the pictures. Best to experience these plates in person!
Click the button below to go to their Facebook page.
Want that harbor view along with your dinner? Big Tuna Raw Bar is the place to be!
Also known as The Old Fish House, Big Tuna constantly works to please customers with its seafood offerings.
Not only can they sit you outside on the Harborwalk, but they can satisfy every taste bud in your mouth.
Take the seafood platter, for example. Look at the golden brown fried fish. The fried oysters. The fried shrimp. All flavorful. Will not disappoint.
The shrimp and grits dish is truly for those with an appetite. This hearty meal will surely please.
Oh, and the seared tuna. My gosh.
Check out Big Tuna Raw Bar and tell Bucky we sent ya! You will enjoy it!