Quality Inn & Suites
210 Church Street
Georgetown, SC 29440
Phone: (843) 546-5656
Fax: (843) 546-6116
210 Church Street, Georgetown, SC, US, 29440
- Phone: (843) 546-5656
- Fax: (843) 546-6116
Magnolia's is a family owned restaurant with delightful, home-cooked, country food served buffet-style.
The menu at Goat Island Grill features Low Country cuisine, fine wine, steaks, seafood and pasta.
Named after a play on a traditional Southern staple, Hoppin' John (a combination of black-eyed peas, onion, ham hock and long-grain rice), this elegant restaurant in the historic district offers a menu that changes often and by the season. Using only freshly caught seafood and locally grown produce, patrons can enjoy creative dishes while watching water activity on the Sampit River. Dining is inside or out on the back deck. Referring to itself as the "Old South Eatery", examples include Deep Fried Blue Crab, House Made Pate', Catfish Sandwich and Southern Caviar. Save room for the Chocolate Bread Pudding. Entrance is from the boardwalk or Front Street. Open for lunch and dinner, daily specials are posted on the chalkboard. Full bar service. Parking is on the street (meter) or on nearby Screven Street. - Natasha Lawrence
Located on the corner of Front and Broad Streets, this building was once the People's Bank as well as a barber shop. Now, you'll find fresh, Lowcountry cuisine using local produce and seafood in this historic location. Examples of dinner entrees include Rice Paddy's Lump Crab Cakes with Creamy Grits and Panko Crusted Chicken Breast with Shrimp, Crab and Mustard Cream. The lunch menu offers daily chief specialties, salads and sandwiches. On a pleasant day, diners can sit on the sidewalk patio under umbrellas. The wine collection is stored in the old bank vault. Reservations are recommended and can be made online. The restaurant is open for lunch only on Monday from 11:30p to 2:30p. There is metered street parking. -Natasha Lawrence
Located in the 1888 J.B. Steele Building where a grocer, dry goods store and custom hats business once existed, the River Room Restaurant has preserved the original brick walls and hardwood floors. The lunch menu includes Cajun-Fried Catfish Sandwich, Shrimp and Grits, Pecan Chicken Salad and Shepherd's Pie. Dinner specials feature Grouper Stuffed with Crab, Roasted Pork Belly, Atlantic Salmon and Chargrilled Duck Breast. Save room for the restaurant's signature desserts such as Peanut Butter Pie, German Chocolate Cheesecake or New Orleans Bread Pudding with Bourbon Cream Sauce. With nautical decor, panoramic windows overlooking the Sampit River and a large aquarium, diners are sure to enjoy the semi-casual ambiance where no reservations are required. It's first come, first served. Street parking is available. -Natasha Lawrence
Also known as the Big Tuna, this casual waterfront eatery on the Sampit River in historic Georgetown is a popular destination. Patrons can relax inside or on the covered back deck, watch the water activity in harbor and enjoy a good meal with a glass of wine or beer (or spirits from the bar). Entrance is from Front Street or from the boardwalk. Menu items include buckets of oysters, tuna steaks, freshly caught shrimp and grouper. A generous seafood platter is USD18, plenty for two. Staff is friendly and the atmosphere is low key. Entrees are served with Southern black beans, rice and cole slaw. They also offer burgers and chicken dishes. The bar may get smoky; non-smokers can opt for the outside deck. Street parking. - Natasha Lawrence
Quaint delicatessen that serves delicious sandwiches and submarines, as well as delicious desserts, pasta dishes, and a children's menu. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch only; closed on Sundays.
Upscale Low Country cuisine is presented in a historic waterfront location at this restaurant that is known for its excellent domestic rack of lamb, as well as many fresh local seafood entrees, their famous crab cake, and nightly specials. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sundays. Dinner reservations are recommended.
The only authentic Greek restaurant in the Grand Strand, this restaurant offers an array of delicious dishes including Greek Lasagna and Moussaka, as well as American favorites such as aged ribeyes, fresh seafood, and Italian inspired dishes. They are open Monday and Tuesday for lunch only and open Wednesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sundays.
Enjoy elegant Asian dining at this colorful restaurant. The Great Wall offers daily lunch specials, as well as catering for special occasions.
Features mainly Italian with all natural ingredients, homemade breads, dough, sauces, dressings, meatballs, and Italian sausage. Offers an eclectic, comfortable atmosphere. A self-described "Mom & Pop" type eatery.
Low Country-style BBQ and country cooking.