Last week, we told you about Sweeties Sweets endeavor to purchase a new ice cream maker. Well, they've sweetened their deal to customers.
We have come up with the ultimate loyalty program for our dedicated patrons, a sweets 'VIP Discount Club'. We are offering FREE Ice Cream for Life and 5 years 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. Your gift card never expires. The Free Ice Cream is for a Kids or Small sizes for the card holder only. The discount is for sweet treats for you and your family. The Egift purchase will be used to subsidize the cost of the machine.
You cannot beat that. We've already taken advantage of it. And trust us, it's worth every penny.
Think about those holidays. When you want to spoil your loved ones. Whether it be Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving or Christmas, you'll save money while getting a good bit of sweets!
Visit the store at 707 Front Street between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. any day (we are open 7 days a week), or call 843-545-5400 or Owner Skip's cell at 843-685-2167.
There's a new restaurant in town.
Chain restaurant Sam's Southern Eatery has opened in Maryville. Here's a little about them.
"Sam’s Southern Eatery was founded on an idea of bringing great Southern cuisine to the people. We wanted to be able to serve our special recipes and show the restaurant business that you can have amazing flavor and huge portions, all at a very reasonable price! In 2008 we opened our first location in Shreveport, Louisiana; we have now grown to over fifty-one locations in nine Southern states with over 750 employees. Offering high quality food, healthy eating options, and generous portions at competitive prices is what drives our success."
Menu is below.
There are a lot of restaurants in Georgetown County having Mother's Day specials! From brunches to full lunch buffets, you'll be sure to find something great to treat Mom to on this special day!
Here's just one menu, from Rollin Local.
See more by clicking the button below!
The Division of Food and Lead Risk Assessments is proposing to revise regulation 61-25 and wants your input. The Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a new 2017 version of the FDA Food Code. Regulation 61-25 is currently based on the 2013 version of the FDA Food Code. It is the goal of the program to stay aligned with the most current version of the FDA Food Code and to incorporate those changes that are beneficial to promoting food safety in South Carolina.
Based on the changes occurring in food industry business models, changes need to be made to sections of Chapter 9, for which there are no federal standards. To meet the agency’s strategic plan of improved customer service, we are proposing to combine the separate Retail Food Establishment Inspection Fee regulation into the Retail Food Establishment regulation to create one single regulation for Retail Food Establishments.
Your input is critical to the process of drafting a regulation that meets the needs of both a robust business environment for industry and provides standards that promote safe food and protect the public from the risk of food-borne illness. Please join us at one of the following locations.
Columbia - April 26
2600 Bull Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Rock Hill - April 27
York County Government Complex, Building 1, Large meeting room
1070 Heckle Blvd.
Rock Hill, SC 29732)
Greenville - April 30
Greenville Health Department Auditorium
200 University Ridge
Greenville, SC 29601
Myrtle Beach - May 2
Surfside Library, large meeting room
410 Surfside Drive
Surfside Beach, SC 29566
Charleston - May 5
Mt. Pleasant Library, large meeting room
1133 Mathis Ferry Rd
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Please contact us at FoodForums@dhec.sc.gov or the Food Protection program at 803-896-0640 for more information.
Source: South Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association
10th Annual Tastes at Pawleys
Precious Blood of Christ
1633 Waverly Rd.
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
Sunday, April 29, 2018
Ticket Price: $5 for adults and kids 12 and under FREE
Food Samples: $1 increments
Food Sampling: 4-7 p.m.
Live Music from The Paul Grimshaw Band: 6-8 p.m.
Tastes at Pawleys hosts 18 local Pawleys Island restaurants cooking up some of your favorite foods. In addition to the food samples, beer and wine from Pawleys Wine & Spirits will also be available, along with live entertainment from The Paul Grimshaw Band.
Tastes at Pawleys sponsored by Precious Blood of Christ Catholic Church benefiting Father Pat’s Lunch Kitchen in Pawleys Island.
A Facebook group has been created to allow people who eat out at Georgetown restaurants to share the dishes they have. Whether it be an appetizer, entree or dessert, all are welcome! We hope to help restaurants gain more traction in the community by having customers share their dishes and brag about how great it was! Please join the group and start sharing today!
Click the button below to join!
Tony's Famous Pizza is now offering online ordering. Check out their website and see their menu!
When you order online, you can also order days ahead. You can go select your day and time you want lunch or dinner to be ready and order RIGHT NOW! Go to tfpizza.com and click "Order Online"!
Tony Papadopoulos came to the US from Greece where he started working as a dishwasher and short order cook. Learning the ins and outs of the restaurant industry led him to open his own business. The first Tony's Famous Pizza was opened in Georgetown, SC in 1979 with the help of his family. The second location was opened in Andrews, SC in 1995. Tony's has grown exponentially over the years, but one thing has remained: fresh, quality food. All items are made from scratch including, but not limited to, our meatballs, marinara sauce, dough, chicken and tuna salad, roast beef, lasagna, ranch, and Tony's Famous Sauce. Our continued success is due to our loyal customers!
It’s that time of year again! Join us on the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk. Each of the eight restaurants will wow guests with samplings created by their award-winnings chefs. Also, the MarshWalk will be lined from end to end with local and regional artists, businesses, and more. Don’t worry though, we didn’t forget the kids. Face painting, camel and pony rides and bounce houses are just a few of the fun activities for your little ones this year. We’ll see you there!
- Each sampling will be $5 or less
- Live music will be played throughout the afternoon and evening at the restaurants
Small dish tasting will include the areas freshest local seafood as well as non-seafood items for the land lovers, available at $3-$5 per sample.
Live music will include local favorites. Local artists, jewelry designers, crafters, and unique clothing items will be featured among the many available vendors. Bounce houses, face painting, and games will all keep the kids entertained.
The Taste of the MarshWalk is made possible this year with help from local sponsors, WPDE & WWMB-TV, along with the MarshWalk restaurants, Bovine’s, Wahoo’s, Drunken Jack’s, Capt. Dave’s Dockside, Creek Ratz, Dead Dog, Claw House, and Wicked Tuna. There is no fee to attend because the view, the music, and the fun are always free.
For more information visit www.marshwalk.com, like our Facebook page (@TheMarshWalkofMurrellsInlet), or call the MarshWalk answering service (843)497-3450
Don’ your best Ugly Christmas Sweater & Kringle Krawl your way thru Front Street restaurants sampling their best Christmas drinks and appetizers.
Bring a group, it is a blast!!!
Registration from 5-7:30 pm at the Rover Booth in Francis Marion Park. Kringle Krawl Lanyards are $5
🎄Prizes including restaurant gift certificates and a cash grand prize at the final location to be determined🎄
Kringle Krawl begins after the Tree Lighting.
Participating restaurants are below. Click the button below to got to the event page!