There's been a spot in Murrells Inlet the locals have traveled to for fresh produce and Italian specialties since 1997 with no disappointment. And, since that year, the crowd of customers continues to grow.
Why? The consistency in service and value are a couple of reasons. Another would be the dependability.
These traits can only come from a family-owned business. That business is Lee's Farmer's Market.
Tradition runs through the staff.
And so do the smiles and commitment to helping both locals and tourists.
So, what brings the folks out to Lee's Farmer's Market in Murrells Inlet, you ask?
A fresh, homemade tomato pie, for starters.
About 200 tomato pies go out the door daily. And, yes, these taste buds can vouch for the deliciousness. So worth picking up one to at least try, if you have not had one.
Another staple in the market's arsenal of food flavor are the made-in-house crab cakes.
Looking to impress your friends this Summer? Grab some of these and cook them for the high-five at the end of dinner. You can keep the secret to yourself.
Not only do you find friendly faces here, but the inside design is similar to traveling through culinary tunnels. All sorts of pleasant nooks to find great produce and tasty offerings. You'll even find Skeeter or Scott restocking or bringing a customer something good.