Tonight was the first night of me donning a "Georgetown Foodland" t-shirt at a local restaurant. What better place to do so than Quigley's Pint & Plate.
Located at 257 Willbrook Blvd. in Pawleys Island, Quigley's Pint & Plate is known for being the only brewery in the area. Eight beers are always on tap at Quigley’s and fresh beer is available "to-go" in half-gallon growlers.
Chef and Co-Owner Josh Quigley bounces between here and BisQit, another popular restaurant in Pawleys Island, known for their uniquely created burgers and milkshakes. Co-Owner Billy Davis can be found in his place, making sure all the details are perfectly met. Billy actually sat us this evening!
Josh is a cool, laid back dude and I really enjoy seeing him when I get the chance. He is passionate about the food, restaurants, industry and the community he lives in.
And this dinner would be no different in regards to presentation and taste.
The Black-Eyed Pea Hummus is a must when starting out. The locals crave this. It's flavorful - compared to what hummus usually tastes like - and the grilled pita bread its served with compliments the offering.
The Southern Brewers Chili! Wow. Just a cup of this lucious, comforting dish will have you asking for a gallon of it. The brown ale really makes a difference in a positive way.
And who doesn't love cheese that's flashed until it's crispy cheese? The Bacon Cheese Fries also oh so good!
Entrees were the specials offered. The All American Burger - with chili - was such a great choice. You'll see in the photos how massive it was. Just enough to not outdo those bisQit burgers! Flavored well and cooked to order. The Grouper with a scallop on top and served with a vegetable succotash was perfect. Fish wasn't dry and it was cooked just right. Sauce made it sparkle like the 4th of July. The entrees were like experiencing a firework show all over again, this time your tastebuds were the guests of honor.
Dessert was, well, pluff mud. No, not the actually stuff, but a Pluff Mud Pie with a coffee mousse. It was literally the best way to top off an evening. Light and sweet, but not overly sweet. Hint of coffee flavor where the chocolate sauce blended for a great taste.
Enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed the food.
And, by all means, eat at Quigley's Pint & Plate!
After having the beef brisket sliders and shrimp & grits at this year's Tastes at Pawleys, I had to go try Coastal Dish Lowcountry Dining. Located in the Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort where Webster's called home, the ambiance and decor would be familiar. It's the menu, however, that'll surprise you.
I couldn't get enough of the Coastal Nachos. The BBQ chicken was so good on those cheesy nachos. The Chicken Fried Bacon with Pepper Gravy is a crowd favorite, too!
The Coastal Burger was fresh and flavorful. Juicy beyond belief. If you want some tender brisket - as in what was offered on those sliders - order the Low Country BBQ platter. It comes with slow-roasted beef brisket, pulled pork, served with coleslaw and fries. The pulled pork was also great!
And the Shrimp & Grits... Definitely a crowd pleaser. The smokiness hits you in the first bite. The smoked bacon and tomato butter sauce is unique for this dish and really compliments the shrimp!
Enjoy the photos below and go visit Coastal Dish Lowcountry Dining. Tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you!
Enjoyed Father's Day 2018 a day early at the Rustic Table. Always a treat! Take a look at what was had.
So, it seems there's a place in Pawleys Island where people all meet up and everyone knows your name. No, it's not that famous place on that show from years ago, but it's close.
R'Way Pizza and Family Tavern is making a name for themselves by doing it their way - determination, friendliness and passion. Yes, te tastes are included. Check out the menu! They say the Buffalo Chicken Pizza (pictured above) is to die for.
The are located in Litchfield, where Beach Burgers and BBQ and Anything Froz call home!
Mike, Charlie and Allison will take care of you... as if you part of the family.
Joni and Ross Metcalf own and operate Anything Froz Yogurt Smoothies Espresso & Coffee Shop in Litchfield. Located in the same complex that's home to Beach Burgers & BBQ and R'Way Pizza and Family Tavern, Anything Froz is providing a dessert compliment to customers of the two mentioned!
The first thing that strikes you is the ambiance. The low-lit inside really makes you feel like you're winding down for the day from a nice time at the beach. Or, it is easy way to start the morning without blaring light or loud voices.
But there's more... At Anything Froz, you are the master and creator of your dessert!
At FROZ, the cup is your canvas. We provide you with 6 featured frozen yogurt flavors,25 toppings including fresh fruit. You create your own self serve FroYo add whatever toppings you like, and create your own masterpiece. All Yogurt and toppings are weighed for your final price. We also have Fabulous Fruit Smoothies, you choose your base of almond milk or coconut water. Flex seed and protein is also available upon request. Enjoy our Coffee/Espresso bar. Our menu is full of delicious Espresso lattes, Cappuccion drinks,Frappuccions or fresh brewed coffee and our very POPULAR Ice Cold Brew Coffee. We just added Fresh Organic Juice and the ever popular Acai’ bowls that are DELICIOUS!
The pictures below will do the talking, but'll you will need to do the walking (or driving) to get the full pleasurable, and tasty, experience!
You'd better be here before 6 p.m. on the weekends, that's for sure. Gios Italian Kitchen is located in Pawleys Island and is a hot spot for elegant dinners!
I highly recommend the Pesca Del Mar (pictured above)! Scallops, lobster claw meat and mussels are served over linguini in your choice of a red or white sauce. As you can see, it's a plentiful portion.
I also recommend the Mare e Monte. You get a six ounce New York Strip with scallops and lobster claw meat over pomodoro sauce.
Both dishes were really fresh and flavorful.
See more of what was enjoyed below!
Beach Burgers & BBQ recently opened in Litchfield/Pawleys Island and Owner Theresa Brightwell did so at just the right time.
Summer is near and any red-blooded American can relate the time of the year (and the heat) to cookouts, beach enjoyment and eating burgers and BBQ. If you want to beat the high temperatures and glazing sun and still enjoy the food, this place is for you!
Simplistic ordering with a digital menu board helps expedite the process. Comfortable seating allows for you to enjoy the wait as they bring the food to you when dining in.
The 1/2 lb. Double Bacon Cheeseburger is exactly as described. It will fill you up, even without the the free toppings. Each bite is so juicy,
The 1/4 lb. Pulled Pork Sandwich is highly recommended. Do not forget the cole slaw! The messier, the better!
Oh, and those ribs. Just exactly as you'd want at a cookout! All enjoyed inside in cool climate!
The pictures tell the story. Worth 10,000 words each.
Go see Theresa and the crew at 13088 Ocean Hwy, unit 3 and tell'em Georgetown Foodland sent you.
There's some new burgers and BBQ in the Litchfield/Pawleys Island area.
Beach Burgers & BBQ has officially opened the unit previously operated by The Burger Stop. The menu looks pretty good!
Below are some photos provided by the new eatery and a link to their Facebook page. Enjoy!
Rollin Local has expanded their tastes to Pawleys Island!
The City of Georgetown restaurant, located at 732 Front Street, has now opened at location in the Village Shops on 10744 Ocean Highway!
Come on by and check them out!
Chef and Co-Owner Adam Kirby knows how to throw a culinary party! Along with Co-Owner Anne Hardee, the Rustic Table will be celebrating three years in Pawleys Island!
Tuesday starts the celebration week with Tacos & Tequila! Wednesday features a sample of four fine whiskeys, bourbons, ryes or scotches for only $22! You can order a sample of Gentleman Jack or Jack Rye and be entered in to win a Gentleman Jack Yeti Tumbler.
Thursday is labeled "thirsty" as happy hour is all night long!
And from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, you can celebrate with as week closes!
Oh, and don't forget about the fine selections off the menu all week!
This is not to be missed!
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Talk about some yummy yum yum.
BisQit in Pawleys Island serves up great burgers and yes, they are on a biscuit. You can, however, get the traditional bun, but trust me...
You'll love the biscuit approach.
Soaks in all the burger's juices. Adds great texture to the burger itself.
Other offerings such as the pork belly is out of this world. Not dried out, not too greasy. It's just right.
Go by BisQit in the Hammock Shops and tell'em we sent you.
This restaurant is permanently closed.