Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Georgetown. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Brimming with historical attractions, boutique shops, antebellum mansions, restaurants, art galleries and antique shops, historic Georgetown offers a delightful escape from daily modern life. The oak-lined avenues of Georgetown, dubbed “little Charleston”, are alive with history and small town commerce. If you’ve ever wanted to see antebellum mansions, Georgetown is the place for you. There are an amazing 50-plus antebellum mansions in the area. One of the best ways to see Georgetown is by boat. Take a tour in and around Winyah Bay and the surrounding rivers and you’ll pass plantation mansions and long-abandoned rice fields. Two of the most visited plantations are Hopsewee Plantation and the Hampton Plantation State Historic Site. High on your list of local don’t miss attractions should be the Kaminski House Museum, the stately former home of a Confederate sea captain, and The Rice Museum, which details the history of this important crop through dioramas, maps, artifacts and other exhibits.
Other popular activities in the Georgetown area include golf, sailing charters, eco-tours, shell collecting, deep-sea fishing and beach activities at nearby beaches. If you want to tee up, try Wedgefield Plantation Golf Club and Heritage Club, which are less than 10 minutes from Georgetown.
Once you’ve geared down and de-stressed in slower paced Georgetown, you’ll have easy access to two dynamic destinations, Myrtle Beach, 36 miles away, and Charleston, 60 miles away. Myrtle Beach, known as America’s Great Golf Vacation Destination, offers more than 100 golf courses, 1,600 restaurants, shopping complexes, amusement parks and live entertainment theaters. Charleston, which is loaded with museums, Civil War sites and plantation homes and gardens, also has superb golf offerings highlighted by the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Resort.
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4 based on 18 reviews
Olives Tavern is a cozy local spot for Fresh authentic Italian and more. Our pizza is homemade from scratch and is the best in town. We have a laid back atmosphere and a friendly staff. Come on in and enjoy a slice. You wont be disappointed. Were not your
The pizza is surprisingly good and can be bought by the slice. However, the service is not so good. When there was confusion about the price for extra toppings the error was blamed on a "brand new" server instead of admitting the menu was incorrect. The manager finally adjusted the price down because she admitted it was not correct on the "newly printed" menu. It was 7 PM with just a few people dining although many cam in for take-out.
5 based on 23 reviews
Executive Chef Justin Furr serving up a menu of local, made from scratch, fare with an emphasis on seafood that is sourced from our coastal waters. Justin infuses his experiences from training and cooking around the world into this Low Country menu. Open
We vacationed in a condo at Belle Isle in July 2017. The Belle Isle Yacht Club Marina has apparently been under a management change recently as well as a change recently in the grille operation. My wife and oldest son ate here several times while we were out deep sea fishing and reported that the food was good, albeit a wee bit expensive for what was served compared to the previous grille operator's menu. It's now called Milligans and they did report that the food was fresh and tasty. Service was great and friendly according to my better half! Hours are (currently) Thurs-Sun from 11am until 9pm.This marina was at one point a GREAT place to have a boat as evidenced by "years past" photos in the Yacht Club downstairs history corner, but at low tide it's purely pluff mud now. At high tide, maybe 2.5 ft depth? We towed a 22ft center console here for our visit and opted to put in at the Georgetown Bay Street landing as coming in and out on the high tide is a 12 hour affair. If you are staying within Belle Isle, they do have a great cleaning station for the motors to flush out the saltwater, as well as several nice fish cleaning stations. Watch out for alligators, as they certainly do smell the fish guts! You can''t dump those there, so plan to take remnants to the Yawkey ramp to dump or back to your condo trash can. There is plenty of boat parking at the marina itself, but we opted to keep our boat at the big parking area just south of our condo as it was right around the corner where we could somewhat keep an eye on it. We used the wash station and fish cleaning stations multiple times though, and other than the pesky alligator wanting fish remains (which he DID NOT get), both worked great. The marina manager's name is JC.My understanding from a couple of homeowners is that Belle Isle Marina is being dredged this winter, so you may find after the dredging that it is the perfect jump off spot. From the Bay, I can attest that it is certainly conveniently located, and I hope they get it back in order soon! **Feel free to contact me if you have questions. If this was helpful, I'd appreciate a thumbs up vote on TA!**
3 based on 204 reviews
Family Friendly Casual Water Front Dining! Large Flat Screen TV's Everywhere for your Sports Viewing! Seafood, Steaks, Sandwiches and so much more!!!
Stopped in Georgetown on our way to Myrtle Beach & wanted to sit outside. Restaurant is rustic, on the water & has an almost beach bar vibe. Service was good, food was good. Great for a ânot fancyâ bite to eat.
4 based on 38 reviews
Graham's Landing on Front offers a wide variety of menu choices from BBQ Ribs, Smoked Prime Rib, Fresh Seafood Baskets/Platters ,Grambo Stew, She Crab Soup , Shrimp and Grits ,Burgers, Pizzas and much much more including The Chef Fresh Catch of the Day.
Graham's Landing was recommended by the desk clerks at the Quality Inn we stayed at in Georgetown. Grouper was the fish of the day Thursday night and we opted for the sandwiches. They were lightly battered and fried with a delicate taste.Jessica gave us great service. Glad we tried them.
4 based on 111 reviews
Expansive reasonably priced menu ranging from Braised Beet Salad (excellent) to burgers, Pizzas, fried or grilled seafood platters to salmon to a kid's menu. First time there and very pleasantly surprised. The new owner has truly transformed what had become a well worn menu and establishment...not fancy...indeed, very casual... but excellent service and very good food
4 based on 494 reviews
Shopkeepers we met in town pointed us in the direction of this local hangout. We had excellent she-crab soup (not thickened broth but more like oyster stew) and seared tuna. I would have both items again, without a doubt. We also heard that the gumbo is good and saw several diners with that. If you are staying in Georgetown then you will want to go for a casual meal, lunch, dinner or snack - there are outside rustic-style tables on the water as well as inside seating with AC.
4 based on 679 reviews
The River Room has served delectable coastal-influenced fare to a tremendous following of loyal patrons since 1984.Moderately-priced lunch items include our World Famous Shrimp and Grits, Shrimp Creole and Pecan Chicken Salad served with apples and grapes
Best Bread Pudding Ever! We went here because of the good reviews to have the shrimp and grits. That was a good dish, but the highlight of the night was the bread pudding. Fresh and delicious without being drowned in sauce. Loved it. Service was friendly and dishes were served quick. Great experience!
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