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BisQit in Pawleys Island serves up great burgers and yes, they are on a biscuit. You can, however, get the traditional bun, but trust me...
You'll love the biscuit approach.
Soaks in all the burger's juices. Adds great texture to the burger itself.
Other offerings such as the pork belly is out of this world. Not dried out, not too greasy. It's just right.
Go by BisQit in the Hammock Shops and tell'em we sent you.
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Tucked away in Pawleys Island is a quaint, cozy Italian restaurant known as Caffe Piccolo. Not really overboard in design or size, but huge food portions and powerful flavors await you!
Romantic setting is simple yet fitting: low-lighting and attention to seating arrangements.
If your looking for comfort along with an intimate dinner, Caffe Piccolo is for you!
Tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you.
Ship's Pub has burgers that will melt in your mouth! Don't believe me? Look for yourself... then go get one! Located next to Paradice Ice Cream in Pawleys Island!
Frank’s Restaurant opened in 1988 in the historic landmark of Marlow’s Supermarket. Frank Marlow operated a supermarket on the site for 40 years and upon his retirement, Salters McClary renovated the building and opened for business.
And since then, this dining staple has been the place to go for formal dinners, prom nights and wedding anniversaries.
However, a more casual eatery is located in the back!
After opening Frank’s in 1988, Salters McClary decided to renovate the old house and open another restaurant. In 1992, Frank’s Outback was opened.
Still signature Frank's, but quaint and cozy.
Owner Max Alon knows pizza! And he wants you to taste and enjoy it, too!
N.Y. Pizza Kitchen is located in the Lowe's Foods complex in Pawleys Island, right beside Max's other eatery, Sweet Cups!
I am sure you know of Lowe's Foods in Pawleys Island. It's quite easy to find. However, a quaint pizza place is located in the complex, too.
Max Alon has been quietly building a reputation in Pawleys Island for serving good New York-style pizza with a great taste and awesome crust. He's doing it all at N.Y. Pizza Kitchen in Pawleys Island.
His dedication to the area can been around town, even at Waccamaw High School football games. He does his very best to part of the community.
If you haven't heard or seen of this spectacular joint, consider yourself on notice.
And even with the pizza, Max and his doesn't stop there. They are serving up some delicious spaghetti and meatballs, subs, pasta. Oh, and if you have a craving for a burger, it's here!
Come by 9180 Ocean Highway or call 843-353-2160. Try them for lunch and/or dinner!
In August of 2014, Gios Italian Kitchen had new owners. A family saw huge potential in the restaurant and decided to make their life-long passion a reality.
Chefs/brothers Renato and Klodian run the kitchen while sister Erjola manages the front of the house.
And how about their pizzas?
Let’s start with the pizzas, which are cooked at 600 degrees on their brick deck oven. The list features standards like the Margherita and White Pizzas, but is also packed with original combinations like the French Connection (olive oil base, fig Dijon jam, brie, mozzarella, shaved ham), Forest Pizza (olive oil base, wild Portobello and button mushrooms, herbed goat cheese, mixed greens), and Gio’s Fave (tomato base, hot sopressata, sun-dried tomatoes, caramelized onions, spicy olive oil, parsley). Pizzas are available in Large or Individual sizes, and can also be made into Calzones and Strombolis.
So far, there's been nothing but great reviews. The dishes are very appealing to the eye, usually the decider in whether to eat or not.
They are located at 10008 Ocean Highway in Pawleys Island.
Check out their Facebook page below for hours of operation, daily offerings and updates.
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Walking in will take you immediately to a unique offering in Pawleys Island. Sharp, crisp colors and outstanding decor captivate the eyes. It's a pleasure to the imagination because it can take a break. The beauty is alive and real.
And as for the kitchen, it's like being at a chef's table when you're not. The communication and workflow is to be commended. The team really gels well. You can see and hear it! That's important.
Why? Because if they did not, you're meal will tell the story.
Hey, let's get to a few menu items.
So, the wings are delish. They can cook them in many styles. Whether you are traditional and like mild or want bold flavoring like moonshine, Cajun dry rub, Blazin' ranch or Atomic, they got you covered!
But the items to die for are The Kraken, an awesome burger with a fried egg, and the shrimp AND lobster roll! Yes, both!
Come to Pawleys Island and stop by Ship's Pub. Your stomach will thank you.
Is it hot enough for you? Well, if you said yes, it is, then Anything Froz has the right stuff to chill you down!
They have eight Fro-Yo flavors, more than 30 toppings including Fresh Fruit. They also have fruit smoothies and espresso coffee!
They are located at 13088 Ocean Highway Unit 2. That's on the corner of Hwy 17 and Litchfield Drive in the Litchfield Plaza.
Come by and see Ross and Joni, the new owners, and tell them Georgetown Foodland sent ya!