Service was good I had broiled grouper sandwich it was good but could use a little more seasing. My husband had oyster Hogue it was good, First time there we will go again when we are back in area.
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This proved to be the perfect venue for our lunch during a weekend on Fripp Island. We sat on the porch, overlooking the salt marsh. The (mostly) fried items were tasty, if unhealthy.
I like the location next to harbor island, but the food just leaves a lot to be desired. The stuffed mushrooms were swimming in oil and cheese. The other fish items were marginal because of the overdone spice - rosemary - too much. The lobster...More
This place was great! A little dark, so I liked it better at night when it didn't feel so closed in, but nice view during the day if you want to sit outside. Food was great, portions were huge, and the pina colada - one...More
Sat outside on the deck, great view of marsh, ocean and Hunting Island but unfortunately that is where the good ended. Ordered meal, wife had baked crab cakes served with veggie melody and baked potato ($22), the cakes were greasy and very mushy, hardly any...More
We enjoyed our late lunch on the veranda , so we could enjoy the lovely weather and soak in the view of Hunting Island and the ocean off in the distance. My husband ordered the crab sandwich ( seafood lover ) and I had the...More
We were a large party of ten, which included two children under five. All of us were staying on Fripp Island, but their ridiculous "amenities card" program just to eat at the restaurant on Fripp prompted us to go off Fripp and landed here at...More
The food here was very good...I didn't give an average review because of the food quality. It was very good and as reasonably priced as you can expect food to be on the coast anywhere in the world. With that said, we were there after...More
We had just arrived at our destination which was Harbor Island after about 12 hours on the road. We asked the guard at the guardhouse if there was a place to eat in the area, and she immediately suggested Johnson Creek up the road which...More