400 McGrath Darby Blvd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 881-1722
Fax: (843) 881-1723
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this wonderful seafood restaurant specializes in delicious Southern seafood dishes and are famous for their shrimp and steamed crabs. All of your local seafood favorites are on the menu, as well as prime rib, pastas, salads, and frozen tropical drinks.
Sticky Fingers Smokehouse is a unique concept specializing in fresh, high quality smoked meats and comfort food offered in a relaxed, full service restaurant. Since opening their first restaurant in 1992, they've established a reputation for serving award winning barbecue in the Southeast – home of the best barbecue in America! They take great pride in smoking their ribs, wings, pulled pork barbecue, brisket and other meats on-site over hickory wood in their pits everyday, all day. Their menu also features southern sides, burgers, huge salads and five award-winning barbecue sauces.
When you think about grazing, you can only imagine greener pastures and change. That is what Graze stands for, a restaurant which has gone into the greener meadows of contemporary cooking with a dynamic menu. Using only the freshest ingredients, each dish is a delightful experience. The menu has been divided into the 'Tiny Grazing' section, with small plates like lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, and the 'Grazing' section, where you will find dishes like the Korean-style beef barbecue and fried chicken and waffles. Make room for the desserts as well. The selective wine list showcases wine from California, as well as more rare labels.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this critically acclaimed restaurant serves a large selection of tantalizing ribs, chicken, and barbecue plus features a large banquet room and offers full service catering.
Serving mainly freshly prepared Mexican food such as burritos, tacos and quesadillas, Juanita Greenburg's offers daily specials, a happy hour and its popular margaritas. Diners can relax under umbrella tables on the patio or watch TV screens showing sports. A second location is in Charleston's downtown historic district at 439 King Street. On Wednesdays, kids eat free. On-site parking is available. -Natasha Lawrence
This bar and grill specializes in Low Country and Caribbean dishes that includes fresh local seafood. Full bar service is available. They are open daily for lunch, dinner and late night dining plus offers a brunch on Sunday.
Just over the Ravenel Bridge from Charleston is this popular and elegant gourmet establishment. Serving locally produced fruits and vegetables and freshly caught seafood, Langdon's serves enthusiastic diners lunch and dinner. Owner and Executive Chef Patrick Langdon Owens serves three- and four-course meals with creative dishes. In addition to seafood, patrons can also choose from beef, lamb, chicken and duck entrees. With an extensive wine list, this is a relaxing social center for after-work patrons. Parking is on site. -Natasha Lawrence
Water's Edge is nested on the beautiful Shem Creek offering waterfront dining with great views of the water and fishing boats on duty. Though specializing on fresh local seafood, they do make dishes from prime rib and other Low Country dishes. The restaurant is proud of their more than 450 award-winning selections of wine from all over the globe and is priced reasonably. Serving lunch, dinner, Sunday breakfast buffet and brunch and along with their hip Cabana bar which is a hot spot for their happy hour, Water's Edge has become a popular place amongst the locals and visitors alike.
Serving Southern home-style cooking featuring chicken, steaks and seafood, RB's lovely waterfront dining on historic Shem Creek is a local favorite. The outdoor seating offers great views of sunsets over the marsh, shrimp boats and kayakers on the water, and downtown Charleston. Get discounts on drinks and appetizers during the daily happy hour from 4p to 7p. Blue plate and lunch specials begin at USD8, and include a beverage. On-site parking is available. -Natasha Lawrence
Don't let the humble appearance of this on-the-water restaurant fool you. It is built on the site where the empty Richard & Charlene, a North Atlantic-style trawler, was lifted out of the water and crashed during Hurricane Hugo in 1989. It is in memory of that event that the restaurant is named The Wreck of the Richard & Charlene. Most people refer to it simply as The Wreck, and come to enjoy the excellent fresh seafood that is served. There are multiple combination dishes, which include shrimp, oysters, crabs, scallops, and fish prepared in various ways served with red rice, slaw, a hush puppy, and a fried hominy square. The dining is strictly no-frills. Prepare to eat on paper plates and sit on plastic furniture. However, the excellent food and unique location make up for it--the views of Shem Creek are beautiful.
Located on beautiful Shem Creek where shrimp boats dock and kayakers explore the marshes, this long-established restaurant is a local landmark. With a daily happy hour in the evenings, the restaurant has specials that include all-you-can-eat shrimp on Mondays or specially priced oyster buckets on Thursdays. Patrons can even take a sunset harbor cruise on Wednesday on the Palmetto Breeze. Check the website for live entertainment schedules. Parking is on site.
Overlooking Shem Creek, Infuzions offers a fusion sushi menu.