Grand Strand Seafood restaurants make Southern Living list

Photo Courtesy: Mr.Fish's Facebook Page

Southern Living Magazine has compiled a list of "South Carolina's 10 Best Seafood Spots" and two Grand Strand spots found their way on it. 

Making the list were The Original Mr. Fish Restaurant and Seafood Market in Myrtle Beach and Lee's Inlet Kitchen down in Murrells Inlet. 

What did South Living have to say about the Grand Strand seafood joints?

Lee's Inlet Kitchen

It's tempting to load up on the hush puppies that arrive hot from the fryer the moment you sit down, but try to hold back. Wait for the seafood platters that will soon arrive groaning with huge portions of fried, broiled, or grilled fish, oysters, fantail shrimp, and deviled crabs. They come accompanied by sides of veggies and potatoes and homemade desserts such as Key lime pie and peach cobbler.

Mr. Fish

Grand Strand seafood lovers cheered three years ago when Ted Hammerman and his daughter, Sheina, saved this landmark restaurant and seafood market. Now fish fans flock to the inviting, art-filled building located in a strip mall for Sheina's spicy gumbo and addictive crab rangoons (cream cheese and crab wrapped in wontons and deep-fried). The eatery also offers creative sushi such as seared tuna with blue cheese, as well as specialty seafood rolls (try the spicy sea scallops) and a variety of gluten-free pizzas.

Make sure to head on over to Southern Living Magazine to see what they recommend at each place. 

Additionally on the list are seafood places just a short drive south of here, T.W. Graham & Co. of McClellanville, Seewee Restaurant in Awendaw with the rest of the list in the surrounding Charleston area down to Hilton Head. 

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