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.
Yum! Awesome! Flavorful! Down to home! These are just a few ways to describe the excellent dining experience at Graham's Landing in Murrells Inlet.
Be careful, though. It's tucked away just enough where you might drive by it.
For those who've never been here, you'll be pleasantly surprised at the dining choices. For starters, you can choose from fried mushrooms or little neck clams to get your appetite going strong! The she crab soup is superbly prepared, just creamy enough to ask for seconds!
If you crave something seafood style, try the flounder francaise. It is an excellent flounder dish that will be sure to please.
You can also see their menus at this website.
And, please, be sure to save room for the dessert. Ask for the pound cake. Graham's mother makes it. It tastes just like Christmas. Truly mouth watering.
The owner of Caffe Piccolo decided to share his delicious Italian cuisine with Murrells Inlet! Costa Coastal Kitchen & Bar is located at the former Bliss location in Murrells Inlet between Drunken Jack's Restaurant & Lounge and Hot Fish Club Gazebo. The menu is eerily similar but also includes succulent steaks and even more seafood options.
So, go by and try them out! I am sure if you are a fan of Caffe Piccolo, you will rave about Cōsta Coastal Kitchen & Bar.
If there's one restaurant you must dine at before you die, The Wicked Tuna is it, friends.
Delectable seafood, uniquely inspired dishes, attention to detail and exceptional service are just a few phrases I can write to describe a near perfect experience you'd have. Why near? Because it would have to be in Heaven to be perfect. It's that close to it!
And the sushi is just... well, so awesomely good!
Be prepared to be dazzled as you are brought your plates, friends.
Check them on Facebook or at their website.
What can I say about this place? A lot!
You want whole lobster? They got whole lobster! From 1.5 pounds to 3 pounds on the menu, larger if you ask. And, by God, they're fresh!
The interior is HUGE! There are two exterior seating choices: one has a covered top and one is deck style, no covered top.
The food is flavorful and portioned well. The pricing is a little on the high side, but that's to be expected with the cuisine offered.
Service is fast and friendly! Get there now, before the mad rush of summer!
Such a storied history of fellowship, great seafood and beautiful memories lives here at Lee's Inlet Kitchen. Want to be part of it?
Make the trip to this fine restaurant for a fulfilling meal, friend. Your taste buds will forever be in your debt.