McClellanville is a small fishing town in rural Charleston County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 1,023 at the 2010 census. It is situated on the Atlantic coast, on land surrounded by Francis Marion National Forest, and has traditionally derived its livelihood from the Atlantic Ocean and coastal marshes by fishing, shrimping and oystering. McClellanville is part of the Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville metropolitan area and the Charleston-North Charleston Urbanized Area.
Things to do in McClellanville
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Closed Mondays. Opened for lunch Tuesday through Sunday 11-3. Opened for dinner Thursday, Friday, Saturday 530-930. Brunch Sundays.
Seafood was so good & their breading crisp but light. I had the fried Shrimp with sweet potato fries & slaw. My husband had grilled scallops & fried clams. Fried green tomatoes were excellent! Owner seated us & checks to make sure you enjoyed your meal.
4 based on 23 reviews
This is the best food Charleston SC has to offer! Fried fish, baked chicken and meatloaf is incredible!!! I give this place a 5 star rating!!!! A must stop on your way to Myrtle Beach or to Charleston!!!!
4 based on 36 reviews
Definitely a family owned diner. Food was ok, service just ok, too. Didn't like the rest room....outside and the door did not lock. Food came out slow, but looking at the size of the kitchen's equipment it was understandable. Hopefully there is not much business when you go in or you have to wait quite a while. We had breakfast.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Located in the coastal fishing town of McClellanville, SC, The Bent Rod is a roadside seafood restaurant offering new American cuisine while drawing seafood lovers from near and far. With a varied menu made with only the freshest ingredients, The Bent Rod's expansive menu has tasty appetizers, salads and comfort fare from burgers and sandwiches to succulent local seafood specialties right off the boat. From locals and vacationers passing through to truck drivers and motorcycle enthusiasts, there is real character among the clientele that comes to enjoy a casual meal or to hang out with friends while patronizing the only full premium bar in town.
This local pub and diner is located directly off of HWY17. It features a full bar on one side and a diner like setting on the other complete with several tables. The menu has several seafood dishes, some of which are difficult to find even in the low country (alligator po'boys). The seafood is fresh and local. The menu has a few other things that didn't quite make sense to me but were excellent (poutine???), but regardless there is a little here for everyone and at reasonable prices.
We went with the poutine as an appetizer, flounder sandwiches and the adult mac n' cheese. Poutine is a dish made of fries covered in a white cheese, smothered in gravy. It is generally served in Canada, and few other places. I would have taken a photo of it but i wouldn't have gotten any. This was a very popular dish at my table! The adult mac and cheese is worthy of the annual mac and cheese festival in Charleston - several different types of cheeses baked in around and on the mac. The fish sandwich, also, was very good. The portions were very fair and we had no need of dinner later on.
The service was local and family based. The servers knew the menu and had some thoughtful recommendations that were spot on. Overall, we really enjoyed this spot and will be back.
5 based on 1 reviews
McClellanville, SC is a rather remote area that I recently visited. While there, we were driving through the village and decided to stop at Boats N Hoagies for a sandwich. This is a wonderful family run shop with great food. I loved that their beautiful young daughter was helping out by taking our order and then entering our bill into the computer. My Turkey Wrap was filled with what looked and tasted like fresh Turkey. I was pleasantly surprised when I asked for a straw and found out that they do not use them because they are supporting the safe waters efforts for our marine life. If you are in the area or just passing through, stop for a sandwich. You won't be disappointed.
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