When Kim Miller Carhart, sister of Jimmy Miller, opened Jimmyz Hibachi of Pawleys, she didn't expect a pandemic to follow afterward.
We're past the November 2019 grand opening date and restaurants in the Pawleys Island have seen devastating results related to the Covid-19 outbreak.
However, this eatery is still serving up great hibachi, poke bowls and sushi in a safe manner.
And they have to. Survival of the business depends on it.
The restaurant offers take out, delivery and drive-thru for customers not wanting to dine inside. You still get the same great food you'd get sitting inside, just you can enjoy it at home or have it delivered to your office in the area.
They are open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Call ahead with any concerns, questions or place an order. Click button below for their Facebook page. 843-314-3682
It's an awesome time to be exploring the culinary adventure of Pawleys Island in Georgetown County. Today, Jimmyz Original Hibachi House and Poké Bar opened at 11 a.m. to great fanfare. And owner Jimmy Miller has quite the reputation to support it.
Miller has been a staple in the restaurant business for years, mainly located in Myrtle Beach and Surfside. He recently closed the latter location.
So, it was only fitting he'd reach farther south. Why?
There's a culinary destination being built and he's going to be part of it.
A down-to-earth, humble man who cares about the ingredients in his product. That's Jimmy Miller. The result is Jimmyz Original Hibachi and Poké Bar.
Speaking of the poké, folks are going to love being able to build their own with amazing, fresh ingredients. (Click here for menu)
Located at 10378 Ocean Highway in Pawleys Island, it's where the KFC used to be. They are open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and feature dine-in, take-out, delivery and drive-thru options.
Come by and try them out today.