We were in the need of a break from all the hurricane aftermath and potential flooding concerns for out county. So, we decided to go to a restaurant and take photos of what we enjoyed. Hey, this culinary adventure also provides huge stress relieving points!
The recently opened Graham's Landing on Front was the place to be this Saturday evening. Even going around 5:30 p.m. wasn't early enough. The table tops were packed and there was a good wait for seating, however, the staff on hand saw to it you were taken care of. During the evening, as soon as tops were cleared, there were people to fill them in seconds.
Front Street in the City of Georgetown is on a culinary upswing. The current restaurant lineup really is impressive and the folks who operate them should be very proud of what they have to offer.
With that, there's no question why Graham Plummer and his family saw the opportunity to jump in.
Already known for Graham's Landing in Murrells Inlet, Plummer wanted to introduce the fine people in the city to his culinary renditions of tasteful dishes. From pulled pork to steaks to pizza - and yes, shrimp & grits, his plan was to welcome you to his table of food offerings.
For us, the table was filled quick with excellent dishes and there wasn't a frown - or empty mouth - in sight.
The photos will do the talking, but I suggest you try the Grambo's Lowcountry Stew and Grambo's Shrimp & Grits. The stew is tomato based, with chicken and andouille sausage served over rice and topped with blackened shrimp. There's a little heat to it, too. It really is satisfying to the pallet.
The shrimp and grits offering is a well portioned dish. Fresh shrimp and andouille sausage are plentiful with the cream, peppers and onions served over stone ground white cream cheese grits. Every spoonful melted in my mouth and the flavoring was succulent.
Service was awesome as multiple staff checked on each table.
Enjoy the photos below and tell'em we sent you.