There's an awesome sandwich joint in the heart of McClellanville that's worth checking in, but not dining in. Why? Well, there's no seating inside the small building, however, there are tables and chairs on both sides outside.
Located at 824 Pinckney Street, this two-year-old eatery has been slinging out fresh-made sandwiches, homemade ice cream and lemonade and other treats to a very hungry - and dedicated - crowd.
That eatery is Boats N Hoagies. The name has a hilarious backstory, but you'll have to Google that and ask more when you visit.
Owners Brandon and Ellie Wall have built up quite a reputation with their food, too.
They serve breakfast and lunch 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, however, they prepare dinners on Wednesdays for pick-up. These dinners consist of Brandon's uniqueness, meaning he tries out dishes he's thought of and that are not on the menu sometimes. These dinners are portioned well and can feed up to four people.
So, let's talk about what we had that we think you ought to have.
The Steak & Egg came with roast beef, peppers, onions, Swiss cheese and a fried egg. You can choose your bread - Texas Toast, Ciabatta, Whole Wheat or have it in a Tortilla Wrap. I had this sandwich on Texas Toast and it was super good. Very flavorful.
I also tried The 843 on Texas Toast. This consisted of a local lump crabcake with shredded romaine, tomato, cucumber with roasted red pepper vinaigrette. It normally comes on a ciabatta, but Ellie told us to have fun with the menu. The Texas Toast on this worked great.
Next, the MCVL. This sandwich is packed with a well-portion sized chicken breast, mushrooms, vidalia onions and local brie cheese. Oh, it was just perfect. True Southern flavor right there, folks.
We can't forget to mention the homemade ice cream. The pistachio we had was creamy, thick and flavorful. Nothing like having some while waiting on - and smelling - your sandwiches being cooked.
The homemade lemonade is also a must. Again, Southern flavor and reminiscence of days when you stopped by a lemonade stand.
When you drive in, look for the building to your left and find a parking spot. Come in, tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you and check out their order board. The specials are also a hit. When the aroma of your food hits your nose, you'll know this is a place to visit time and time again.