Great seafood and well prepared. Located in a strip mall. Overall quiet place with a good atmosphere.
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We had arranged to eat Italian but it was closed and we spotted Locklears just down the street. It was fairly empty and the decor was plain. We were shown to our table and waited some time for service but once it started everything was...More
I've been here many times and recommended this as the best She-Crab Soup in the Charleston area (and I've tried a lot of places). Today, Monday, April 21, we went in about 11:45. No one was there to greet us and we waited. Finally we...More
It appeared deceiving from the front. But the service and food was subpar . We were seated at a dirty table . We mentioned it to the server who proceeded to wipe the table with a drh napkin. That should have begin the sign to...More
Food was a bit over-cooked, just wasn't impressed. One visit only, for obvious reasons. Service was okay.
We had the crab muffin slider and a traditional egg and bacon, all of which we great. Definitely the best breakfast we found in the area around the Harbor Resort and Marina. Along with coffee at $16 for both the price was not bad at...More
Stopped for breakfast,.was put in the back..like a dungeon. Floors and tables were sticky..took forever to get any recognition and finally did took forever to get drinks..Ordered sweet tea and it tasted like it had been in the pitcher for days so nasty and gross..we...More
Stopped in for breakfast as we were leaving town and were surprised with creative breakfast sandwiches. The shrimp was very tasty in the sandwich and not at all what we would normally have for breakfast. The decor was a little tired but the food more...More
Whenever we want to take visitors out to dinner, knowing we want a good selection that includes fresh seafood, we head to Locklear's, and have for years. They never fail to impress. The food id delicious, servers friendly, and atmosphere pleasant. Fried shrimp are fantastic,...More
Oh my. Was looking for a place to have brunch on our way out of town- planned to stop by Boulevard Diner but husband passed it. Saw this restaurant which did not look promising at all from the outside and is a little shabby inside...More