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!
Here's to making good use of the old Rice Paddy restaurant building.
Jamie Finley's second restaurant is in the famed Front Street location and is truly a eatery you must experience!
Rollin Local blends exquisite combinations of sushi, freshly prepared to order. Nothing is overlooked when it comes to putting these fine creations together.
And, finally, a restaurant with hibachi-style meals without the showmanship. In the city! And, yes, a lower price, too.
Be forewarned, though. You better call ahead or plan to wait. The place is packed on the nightly.
Browse the photos, menu. Tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you and support #MyGeorgetown!
Have you been to El Cerro of Georgetown since they've renovations?
If not, you're definitely missing out! Not only has the decor been spruced up, new menu items have appeared, too!
Like BBQ nachos! I enjoyed them so much I forgot to snap a photo, however, I do have some for you to drool over!
Here ya go, folks! Ball & Que's Daily Specials!
And, here's the regular menu, too!
Check their Facebook page for Sunday specials!
Pictures are worth a 1,000 words. So, I'll stop writing now...
Come and get it! There's some superb Italian dishes being served at DiAngelo's Italian Restaurant.
A fairly new restaurant on the 900 block, DiAngelo's is steadily carving out a niche for itself in the community. Great atmosphere, good service and committed owners work tirelessly to provide an outstanding dining experience.
The pizza, the pasta, the calzones. You name it, they do their best to perfect it.
And you can taste it, too.
If you do not want to leave the city and want some fine Italian dining, stop by DiAngelo's. You'll be pleasantly satisfied.
Click the button below for their Facebook page, and see the menu and photos below, too!
Are you looking for a confident lunch or dinner restaurant that delivers consistent and dependable meals on a daily basis? Great! I have the place just for you.
The River Room on Front Street boosts a spectacular history of serving greatly prepared dishes at reasonable prices. Located on the waterfront side, you gain an awesome view with your meal, too!
Whether it be the famous shrimp & grits (this dish is to die for) or their seafood platter, you cannot go wrong! Their steaks are cut in-house and prepared to order.
The atmosphere begs you to stay a little longer, not to rush and relax while enjoying your lunch or dinner!
So, stop in. You'll be glad you did.
Get ready, Georgetown. The remodeled and revitalized El Cerro Grande will soon be revealed.
They are still open daily, of course. Do no let the remodeling process scare you off. They are still serving up some great Mexican cuisine that cannot be missed.
So, come on by and check out what has been done so far. And, become part of the family, again!
Who says eating waterside is bad news? No one around these parts do, trust me! And there's one restaurant providing a grand view nightly!
Chacon's of Georgetown is Chef Eddy Chacon's second eatery in town. For the backstory, visit this link.
Serving uniquely prepared dishes is a normal routine for Eddy and his staff. Nightly specials vary from Pan Fried Grouper, topped with seafood cream sauce, with a side of seafood pasta and sauteed spinach to Grouper Picatta with grits and asparagus.
Come by tonight and see what's on the menu!