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by wyatt cardwell Sr.
July 16, 2011
by Brian Urquhart
Webster, New York
May 1, 2007
From journal Myrtle Beach
June 21, 2005
From journal Seafood, Alligators, and Ghosts in Myrtle Beach
Lancaster, South Carolina
January 12, 2005
From journal Vacation at Myrtle Beach
Somewhere, South Carolina
September 19, 2004
From journal Golfing in Myrtle Beach
Charlotte, North Carolina
May 22, 2004
From journal Beach Retreat with Sunday School Singles
February 25, 2004
From journal Trip to Myrtle Beach in the Off Season
crossnore, North Carolina
February 4, 2004
From journal Weekend in Myrtle Beach
October 15, 2003
My favorite thing other than the food is the decor of the restaurant. In one dining room you will think you are in a small fishing town. All sorts of "doorways" tell the story of what life is like in the town. The other dining rooms are more like an aquarium. Both are very colorful and fun to explore. There are "schools of fish" swimming from the ceiling.
It is the cutest restaurant I have seen in my life. If you are staying in Myrtle Beach, the drive out to Surfside Beach is well worth your time. With coupons you can save $3 per buffet meal before 6pm. Legends Theater is nearby.
From journal Myrtle Beach in the Fall
Elizabeth, New Jersey
September 11, 2003
From chicken to seafood, you just can't get enough of it. Just the crab legs were enough to convince me this place is/was the place to eat. From fried shrimp to crab casserole to stuffed flounder, from ham to spare ribs. . . Wow!!!
The thing is, the food is fresh, it's not sitting there for hours. People continue to empty the food trays, and the cooks keep filling them up again. Don't get me started on the desserts; too many to mention.
If there is anywhere you're going to dine, you have to go here. Don't say you were never informed!
From journal Do You Really Want to Stay in Myrtle Beach?