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July 27, 2005
From journal My Myrtle Beach Week
Ellicott City, Maryland
January 29, 2004
The food is prepared Calabash style (not really sure what that means, but I can tell you that it is good). At the buffet, you can get every form of seafood available: shrimp, scallops, oysters (in season), crab legs (major draw for most people), blue crab. If you are not a seafood lover than you can get chicken, french fries, pizza, hot dogs, and hamburgers. Desserts are also included: ice cream, bread pudding, pie, etc.
The atmosphere is very family oriented with a mermaid in most of the Seafare locations (real mermaid floating around in a pool in the restaurant). Service and food quality overall is good, but you can always find an angry server or overcooked shrimp. So try it out and enjoy!
P.S. Wear you most loose fitting clothes.
From journal Myrtle Beach 2003
June 17, 2003
The grandchildren enjoyed the atmosphere with the live mermaids and music.
From journal Family Reunion at Surfside Beach
May 19, 2003
The wait staff were wonderful. Everyone was very friendly and inviting.
From journal Paradise in April
charleston, South Carolina
May 16, 2003
From journal First time share
December 29, 2002
I have eaten in many buffet-style restaurants, but have never before found that even the steamer pan just brought out had contents that were overcooked and tasting as though it had been on the table for an hour. I know it is hard to keep fish tasting fresh, but this was really poor.
From journal Myrtle Beach at Christmas