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April 8, 2008
North Chili, New York
February 8, 2006
From journal Myrtle Beath in the South End
October 9, 2004
From journal Overjoyed with Myrtle Beach
March 27, 2004
From journal March Break in Myrtle Beach
January 2, 2004
It’s a popular place, and we arrived just after 5pm in hopes of getting a seat fairly quickly. We were told that we’d be seated in an hour, and we settled in for the wait. A few of us wandered off now and again to explore the area. After an hour and a half, we were grumbling and my father-in-law loudly complained. Finally seated after a 2-hour wait, a complaint to the manager brought profuse apologies and free appetizers all around.
The clam chowder was outstanding, as was my prime rib. I hadn’t had a cut of meat that tender in a long while. My husband had the chicken crustacean and he was absolutely blown away. He talked about that meal for days afterward. My in-laws said their lobster was superb. One daughter had the ravioli and liked it very much. The other daughter had the Monterey chicken and was unimpressed. As for sides, the salad was nothing special, but the garlic mashed potatoes were delicious!
From journal Myrtle Beach--a family vacation
October 15, 2003
I had popcorn shrimp and had more than I could eat. It was served with fries. My husband had flounder and I shared my shrimp with him. We did not like the tea so we asked the waitress to bring us some water. She asked if we didn't like the tea. She took the drinks off our bill, so we indeed had lunch for around $12. As we eat, we watched others go out on the pier to fish. There were tables outside for dining, but the weather was uncertain so we choose to eat inside.
From journal Myrtle Beach in the Fall
July 25, 2003
From journal Myrtle Beach, SC
June 4, 2002
From journal Memorial Day vacation