There is a well-known dish many locals cannot pass up when offered on the menu, or God forbid... a daily special.
That dish? Well, it's shrimp & grits.
Poston's Seafood puts out a really great shrimp & grits, but you have to catch them just right. They are not open all the time to fix that awesome plate of food.
Lee's Inlet Kitchen in Murrells Inlet has a superb shrimp & grits. Eloquently prepared. Seasoned just right. Love the brown gravy. See below.
The River Room in the city of Georgetown has a superb shrimp & grits. This preparation really hits you warmly during the Fall months. That sausage is to die for. Take a look below.
A newly opened restaurant named Chacon's of Georgetown, at the former Land's End location, is putting out a mouth watering shrimp & grits. Check it out below.
I hope that gives you a foundation on where to find some great shrimp & grits in Georgetown, S.C.
If you're a tourist and are wanting to find a huge list of restaurants in Georgetown County, then look no further than South Carolina's Hammock Coast!
This list will satisfy all your taste buds when visiting our area. Oh, and it would not hurt all you locals out there to visit this site and see what you may or may not have tried!
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All restaurants have menus. When you are seated, you're handed one. If you want take out, you ask for one. It's how we decide what we are going to actually eat and what exciting dishes are offered to satisfy our taste buds.
In today's society, we live by the swipe. We die by the swipe. Face it, we're swiping by everything at a cheetah's pace to find what interests us. If it's not appealing, it gets passed like a slow car on the interstate.
Some of our local restaurants post their daily menus to Facebook and other social media mediums to attract customers. While having the generic posting in words, it helps to add a photo, too.
Deer in headlights. A photo of an excellent daily special will stop the swiping for a second. That second is key because then the mind wants to know what is that mouthwatering dish on my screen!
Then they read what it is. Chances are it will be liked, shared, favorited, retweeted, etc. The payoff is actually having the person dine in or take out.
So, I recommend all of our Georgetown restaurants add a photo to their daily menu postings. Having a wonderful dish showcased with the daily menu grabs the eyes and mind at the same time. More importantly, some of the more involved specials are done justice with a photo more than words. A picture, may I remind, is worth a thousand words.
The more restaurants sharing daily menus with photos, the more traction among potential customers is generated. Dedicate one person to do this and make it routine, friends!
People eat with their eyes, so give them something to drool over!
This evening at Chacon's is a must for locals and tourists alike.
Eddy's Outdoor Grilling will continue, starting at 6 p.m., and if it's anything like the first, it's going to be totally packed!
The every Sunday event features Ribeyes, Filets or Half Chickens with Potatoes, Corn, Peppers, Pineapple Summer Vodka Cocktail! (The dinner menu is available also.)
I urge all of you reading this to make plans for a great evening tonight and every Sunday night at Chacon's.
The 2015 Recreational Baseball/Softball regular season is over. This year was special because of the many restaurants sponsoring teams that hadn't before.
So, just a quick note of thanks to all the restaurants that sponsored a team. It made a huge impact not only with the teams, but for the kids as well.
For those new restaurants out there (and those who did not sponsor this year), please consider it for 2016. Not only will it cover the costs of uniforms for the kids playing, but it gets your name out there on those ball fields. And, trust me, when we parents are starving we'll want something to eat. Quick.
Contact the Georgetown Baseball/Softball Booster Club for details on next season. You can find them on Facebook.
I wish everyone a happy 4th of July! Please consider dining in one of our great Georgetown restaurants (if open) and spend some time with those who are working to provide an excellent patriotic experience.
If you snap a photo, share it with hashtags #supportgeorgetown #4thofjuly
There's a lot to be said about longevity. It's a measuring benchmark in one's career and life altogether. The longer you go, the more reputation you build. Eventually, you end up with a legacy.
Joann Pope Elliott not only has built a legacy, but her longevity continues with Ball & Cue.
A proper homage and thanks seems not enough. I suppose that's why a spectacular celebration is planned for Friday, July 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to show true thanks and appreciation to a great woman in Georgetown.
So, fellow Georgetonians... go and show support to one of our own!
Thanks for it all, friend. You have a great staff that keeps you going and continues to cement that legacy you've obtained.
And it is all well deserved.