Here are photos from the dinner at Woodland Creek Grille in Murrells Inlet, S.C. They are located at 4891 on US 17 Business. Click the buttons below the photo slideshow for their Facebook page and website.
Here's a little about them.
Woodland Creek Grille is one of just a few restaurants in the area that offers Wood Fired Steaks cooked to order as well as fresh local seafood. The woodfired grill utilizes a mixture of hickory, pecan and cherry hardwoods, with this unique combination we obtain our signature flavors.
Enjoy the photos below! Tell them Georgetown Foodland sent you when you visit!
We were invited to a chef's choice dinner at Luna Mexican Bar & Grill over the weekend by Chef Armando Cobian. Needless to say, it did not disappoint!
Chef Armando has diligently been crafting his technique for years. The masterpieces of tasteful greatness showed he'd not been procrastinating!
Dish after dish led you wondering and anticipating what was next with a slight drool and gazing stare. It was a splendid trance to be in. We were literally were taken to Mexico on this food adventure at Luna!
Here's a little background on Chef Armando.
Enjoy the photos the below as much as we enjoyed the tastes! Chef's works of art should be enjoyed by everyone!
Go visit Luna Mexican Bar & Grill at 4450 US-17 D7 in Murrells Inlet today and tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you!
Yes! It is Cinco de Mayo!
And what better place to celebrate than LUNA Mexican Bar and Grill! We can say we celebrated their very first Cinco de Mayo with them! Alas, we were not the only ones!
Dozens of people were seated for a pleasant dinner when we arrived and an hour later there was a 30-45 minute wait. The word had gotten out! Awesome food and awesome service.
The photos will tell the story. From Steak Quesadillas to Chicken Fajitas to Mini Chimichangas aka mini chimis, the food was elegantly prepared! The guacamole was freshly prepared tableside!
Chef Armando, his kitchen staff and the house staff all were in sync. Our server Gavin was truly on point! Thanks... and enjoy the views!
The tastes were hermosa!
It's not hard to find this quaint pizza place in Murrells Inlet. If you roll your windows down after you pass Lee's Inlet Kitchen, you can hear the good times and laughter as they lead you in.
When you arrive and walk inside, it's feels you've been away from family members for a long time. Owner Mike Zalloum, or Uncle Mikey, welcomes you in with a big smile and warm handshake. It really feels like you've been missed!
And he's been missed, too. Uncle Mikey's Pizza closed for a brief period, leaving many people on the Inlet wondering where to get good pizza. He answered that question in early April of this year by reopening.
And I finally had the chance to meet him and enjoy the food coming out of that exciting kitchen.
The Shrimp Scampi pizza is made with fresh shrimp and a white garlic sauce. I was weary at first about the shrimp, but the blends of flavor really make this pizza one to try. It was so good! I also had the Philly Cheese Steak pizza. And as Uncle Mikey shows it off, you can see how good it looked. It tasted even better, if that's possible. The Shrimp Alfredo was creamy and fresh. One of the best around.
To tell you it was a pleasure to meet this man would be an understatement. You rarely meet people so dedicated to their craft and passionate in pleasing customers with top quality food. It seems every creation has heart and soul poured in amongst the flour and sauce.
Hey, he's no pushover. This multiple award-winning chef has some flair! You can hear and see the Boston in this scrappy Sicilian!
Uncle Mikey is the long lost family member waiting to welcome you back home with some cold drinks and a fresh, warm pizza! Go and see him and his crew today.
My family and I chose to have my birthday celebration dinner at Lee's Inlet Kitchen this weekend. Pretty outstanding choice.
I finally met in person who'd I been helping promote for years. Owner Kelly Lee Dorman and her daughter Adrian were such a pleasure. We were treated like family.
The food was great. Their award winning shrimp & grits is very flavorful and filling, even as an appetizer.
You'll see by the photos just how the plates overflow with items. You really get your money's worth here, not only in taste, but service as well.
THE CANNEY FAMILY IS ORIGINALLY FROM ROANOKE, VA. AFTER 24 YEARS IN THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY, THEY DECIDED IT WAS TIME FOR JOHN TO PURSUE HIS DREAM OF OPENING HIS OWN BUSINESS.