The Weather is Crisp, the Air is Sharp and Tavern & Table’s New Fall Menu is Live

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By Mark A. Leon

There is something special in the air in the Lowcountry this time of year.? The Festival of Lights are illuminating our nights, holiday markets are brimming in the air, the words of Dickens are echoing from the walls and the new Autumn menu for Tavern & Table is finally live.

Today kicks off the official release of the Autumn/Fall Menu for Tavern &Table in Mount Pleasant located on the heart of Shem Creek.

We were honored to be part of the kick off celebration featuring custom seasonal cocktails and dishes that will surely leave you in a festive mood.

Some highlights that will be featured for the next four months as we move into the Autumn and Winter seasons are:

  • Fire Roasted Oysters – Braised spinach, chorizo, garlic aioli
  • Burnt End Mac & Cheese – BBQ brisket, orecchiette, fondue, cornbread crumble
  • Salmon Salad – Broiled salmon, baby watercress, shaved brussels, parmesan, sunflower seeds, lemon confit, lemon vinaigrette
  • Truffle Fondue Burger – Carmelized onions, pickled shiitake mushrooms, truffle fondue
  • Braised Short Rib – Bone-in short rib, parsnip puree, maple roasted carrots, roasted celery and cippollini onions
  • Lamb Bolognese – New Zealand lamb, house-made ricotta cavatelli, piquillo peppers, tomatoes, bread crumb, parmesan
  • Pork Duo – Keegan-Filion Farms pork, cheddar grits, cider braised cabbage, brown butter + apple thyme compote
  • Crab Salad Roll – Jumbo lump crab, crispy potato strings, challah roll with duck fat fries or sweet potato wedges
  • Steak Salad – Seared sirloin ‘bavette’ steak, arugula, frisee, blue cheese, candied hazelnuts, shaved pears, balsamic dressing

We hope this provides an enticing preview.

Here are the complete lunch and dinner menus available today!!!

Tavern & Table Lunch Menu

Tavern & Table Dinner Menu

Do your homework, make your reservation and make this holiday season a special on at Tavern & Table.



HōM Introduces New Fall Menus Featuring Bigger, Badder and Bolder Burgers

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (OCTOBER 16, 2018) – HōM, the downtown burger boutique and ping-pong hotspot, has released new Fall menus inspired by the latest creative burger trends. The 6.5-oz. double patty, smash-style burgers are cooked to order on a flat top, which seals in more flavor and produces a much juicier burger.

“We listened to customer feedback and wanted to get more creative with our burgers,” said Pete Smith co-owner of HōM. “By streamlining the burger selections, we can focus on the quality of the double patty and grind fresh beef in-house every day.”

HōM also updated the Happy Hour menu, which now features Sliders, Burger Dogs, Hotdogs and $3.50 well drinks.

New appetizers and entrées include:

Fried Butternut Squash ($8)

Guajillo pepper & chocolate goat cheese, vanilla onion relish, maple bacon arugula, balsamic reduction

Down N’ Out ($10)

American, lettuce, tomato, red onion, fancy sauce

80/20 ($10.50)

Smoked bacon, avocado, sunny egg, gouda, caramelized onion

Mushroom & Swiss ($10)

Portobello mushrooms, caramelized onions, swiss, dijon

Hatch Chili Burger ($10)

Grilled, roasted chilis, chihuahua cheese, braised red onion, tortillas

New happy hour dishes include:

Shroom N’ Swiss Slider ($5)

Portobellos, caramelized onions, swiss, dijon

Inside Out Burger Dog ($5)

Bacon wrapped, cheddar stuffed, avocado, caramelized onions, dijon

Sonoran Hotdog ($5)

Bacon wrapped, pico, guacamole, roasted garlic sour cream

To view the full new spring menu, visit

Featuring bright orange booths and lounge-inspired decor including a ping-pong room, HōM is a unique burger boutique and neighborhood bar located in the heart of downtown Charleston. HōM has become a destination for generous hospitality on Upper King. For more information, visit, like us on Facebook or follow on Twitter at @homcharleston.

Relish Restaurant Group Announces Closing of 492 and Tristan Catering

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After four years of service, Relish Restaurant Group has decided to close the doors to 492 and Tristan Catering + Events to focus on a single restaurant concept, Ms. Rose’s Fine Food & Cocktails. The last day of service for both entities was Sunday, August 26, 2018.

“We are very proud of what we built and accomplished at both 492 and Tristan Catering + Events,” said Dave Bucks, Director of Operations for Relish Restaurant Group. “It was a difficult decision and we are grateful to each of the teams for their hard work and dedication over the past four years.”

Relish Restaurant Group is committed to continuing its presence in the community through Ms. Rose’s and its charitable outreach.

Balao: Rooftop Views & All the Seafood – Featuring Cookin’ With Booze

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By Featured Charleston Food Blogger Cookin’ With Booze

Charlestonians are suckers for two things: seafood and rooftops. Balao is catering to these needs by serving their dynamic menu on a beautiful rooftop deck. Dynamic is almost an understatement, because they change their menu daily to ensure ultimate freshness. It’s so exciting that you could go back to Balao 3 days in a row and have a different experience every time. Now that the weather is warming up, Balao is going to be the new hotspot to enjoy fresh seafood paired with refreshing cocktails.

Must-try dishes



I’ve had many versions of ceviche in Charleston, and I have to say that Balao’s is one of my favorites. The fish was tender, the lime juice added a brightness, and the jalape?o was sliced so thin that it added the perfect amount of spice to each bite. It was served with chips that were seasoned with spices besides salt (why don’t more people do that?) and they were a crunchy vehicle to transport as much ceviche into my mouth as possible.

Ahi Tuna Nachos

As you can tell from the photo, these nachos are a show stopper. The earthy and spicy blackened tuna coated in the creamy poblano queso is a bite you won’t soon forget. Italians would not approve of this seafood and cheese mix, but I think if they tasted this dish with a blindfold on, they would be okay with it. Apart from the flavor of the nachos being amazing, there was a great distribution of toppings on each chip. The toppings to chip ratio is important because we all have that one friend who steals all the loaded chips.

Shrimp & Squid Ink Grits

I can already see people skipping over the Shrimp & Grits on the menu because “they’ve had it before,” but DON’T. This shrimp & grits has squid ink grits (to enhance the seafoodiness), duck & tasso ham gravy, sweet Yum Yum peppers (mini bell peppers), and ramps. The grits were creamy, the gravy was smoky and rich, and I wanted to shovel this whole dish into ma pie hole. Try it out, even if you’re a shrimp and grits non-believer.

Cocktails fit for rooftop-sippin’

The Summer Rose

I’m sure all of us have tried and failed to soak a watermelon in alcohol and make it taste good, but Balao figured it out for us. The Summer Rose features pureed, rosé-soaked watermelon, tequila, elderflower, mint, and topped with sparkling rosé. It sounds like it would be really sweet, but the tequila tamped down the sweetness of the watermelon for a refreshing result.

The Irie

Drinking The Irie makes you want to be on a beach in the Caribbean, but Folly will have to do for now. The ingredients practically hit you over the head with their tropicality. There’s spiced rum, coconut water, grilled pineapple, and Falernum. The grilled pineapple garnish is soaked in rum and our server said it was “basically a shot.” They might be making shots a little too delicious over at Balao…

If you’re looking for a switch up from your routine seafood restaurants, check out Balao. The Ahi Tuna nachos alone will convince you to keep coming back.

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HōM’S on King Street Has New Spring Menu That Offers Something for Everyone

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (APRIL 3, 2018) –?HōM, a casual burger boutique and ping pong hotspot located at 563 King Street, has released a new Spring menu to accommodate the season’s upcoming heat waves. Showcasing dynamic ingredients, the menu highlights craft burgers, original cocktails, six local drafts, and now features vegetarian-friendly and the first vegan options.

“By working with local purveyors like Ashley Bakery, we’ve been able to build an even tastier burger while integrating new vegetarian and vegan favorites,” shares?HōM?Executive Chef Chris Evans. “As the weather heats up, we welcome all of Charleston for a memorable experience.”

New appetizers and entrées include:

Buffalo Cauliflower ($7.50)

Fried cauliflower, buffalo sauce, bleu cheese, scallions, herb ranch sauce

HōM Wrecker ($10)

All beef patty, red dragon cheddar, bacon, fig jam, sunny-side-up egg

Sweet Potato & Black Bean Burger ($9)

Vegan chipotle mayo, guacamole, tomatoes, arugula

Kung Pow Chicken Sandwich ($10)

Grilled chicken breast, asian vegetable slaw, tempura fried shiitakes, sriracha-sweet chili mayo

New cocktails include:

Strawberry Basil Gin ($7.50)

Strawberries, basil, lemon, cocchi americano, gin

Walnut Old Fashioned ($9)

Toasted walnut infused maker’s mark, walnut bitters, orange, maple syrup

Hurricane Mitchelle ($8.50)

Silver rum, goslings, passion fruit, pineapple, lime

Hibiscus Margarita ($8.50)

Espolon silver, hibiscus puree, lime

To view the full new spring menu, visit?

Featuring bright orange booths and lounge-inspired decor including ping-pong room, HōM is a unique burger boutique and neighborhood bar located in the heart of downtown Charleston. HōM has become a destination for generous hospitality on Upper King. For more information, visit?, like us on?Facebook?or follow on Twitter at?@homcharleston.


The Getaway: Light, Bright Bites and Cocktails

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By Cookin’ With Booze – Elise DeVoe

New restaurants are popping up left and right in Charleston, and even though I have barely scratched the surface of visiting the long-established restaurants; one of the new ones usually catches my eye and I have to go check them out (for journalistic purposes). In this case, the Getaway, a Latin American-themed restaurant run by two lady bosses, peaked my interest. They’re answering the call of Charleston locals begging for a break from shrimp and grits and transporting them with bright, authentic cocktails and food from their travels to South America and beyond.? I sat down with the owner Genevieve Mashburn to learn more about the inspiration behind the Getaway and their must-try bites and cocktails.

The Vibes

When you walk into the Getaway, your eyes are drawn to the bar and the shelves bursting with exotic liquors. The setting is intimate with ambient lighting and small tables fit for sharing bites with friends. Although I loved the inside of the Getaway, as the weather warms up I am more drawn toward their patio. They have a movie night out there every Monday, as well as ? off pi?a coladas for fellow F&B folks. Drinking one of their refreshing cocktails while enjoying some sunshine sounds like the perfect way to spend an afternoon.

The food

Executive Chef Emily Hahn is the brains behind the operation in the back of the house, and she is given freedom to create dishes inspired by her travels on a daily basis. Genevieve explained that Chef Emily’s style of cooking was the perfect match for this concept, and she proves it with the food she’s producing.

Usually when I take my first bite of a dish, it takes a second to register the flavors. With the Chilean fish soup, I was immediately hit with the bright, acidic, broth that kept me coming back for more. From the tender shrimp to the crispy crust on the fish, each protein was cooked to perfection. It was served with Chapa bread, which was like biting into a fluffy biscuit, but that biscuit was filled with bread. It was bread-ception people. This dish encapsulated Chef Emily’s style of cooking, which is local, light, bright, and comforting.

The second dish I tried was Chef Emily’s signature empanadas. She is known as the Empanada Mama, so I knew they were going to be authentic and tasty to boot. The fillings of the day were sweet potato and goat cheese and Tamarind Barbecue chicken with saffron rice and peas. The crust on the empanadas was like biting into a flaky and buttery pie; filled with savory goodness. The sweet potato and goat cheese was my favorite of the two because the creamy filling mixed with the crispy crust was a great combination.

Authentic cocktails with a twist

The Getaway has classic cocktails that we all recognize, such as a frozen pi?a colada, but they also have options where you won’t even recognize the names of the liquors. For me, this is exciting because I love learning about new liquors almost as much as I love drinking them!

I decided to try the Davy’s Sail, which was a Gin-based drink with Gran Classico bitters, lime, and coconut water. Their drink menu is seasonal, and this drink was suited for winter with its warm spices from the Gran Classico bitters. Although it was crafted for winter, this drink could carry on into spring because the coconut water lightened up the warm spices, making them subtle and refreshing.

add the getaway to your list!

If you haven’t stopped by The Getaway yet, get yourself over there ASAP. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed atmosphere to get a drink or trying to shake up your usual restaurant routine, they have you covered. They’re bringing their international flavors to Upper King; nestled where you normally wouldn’t find them. Stay tuned because Genevieve and Chef Emily have plans to continue to push the boundaries and represent as lady bosses in the Charleston community.

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Toast Breaks Ground on New Restaurant Location in Nexton Community in Summerville

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Location Number Four for Toast’s Cozy, Breakfast All-Day (plus Lunch and Dinner) Where Everyone Knows Your Name Restaurant Brand

Charleston, SC? – January 25, 2018 – Ground broke today for Charleston Hospitality Group’s fourth Toast! location, this one in the family-friendly Nexton community in Summerville. With locations in downtown Charleston, West Ashley, and Old Trolley Road near downtown Summerville, the newest Toast! is scheduled to open in late 2018 or early 2019.

Built from the ground up, CHG’s newest restaurant marks a departure from CEO Sam Mustafa’s usual strategy to buy a pre-existing restaurant/business structure and morph it into the concept he foresees for each space, as he did with the original Toast (formerly Diana’s Tropical Toast) at 155 Meeting Street in 2005.

“This is a rapidly growing community in an already growing, family-focused Summerville. As an immigrant, I’m keenly aware of the American dream. I envision this Toast, as all of the others, as truly a place where people from all walks-of-life feel welcome, like family, and will come and enjoy our food and hospitality and feel completely at home. I see Nexton as the perfect place for our newest Toast!,” says Mustafa.

About Toast! – Often imitated, but never duplicated, Toast is a casual, friendly neighborhood restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner classics like shrimp & grits and French toasts. There are currently three locations: Toast! 155 Meeting Street, downtown, 843.534.0043, Toast of West Ashley, 2026 Savannah Highway, 843.556.0066, and Toast of Summerville, 717 Old Trolley Road, Summerville, 843.900.4422. For more information, visit

About Charleston Hospitality Group (CHG) – CHG is a restaurant and entertainment group comprised of Eli’s Table, FILL Restaurant & Piano Bar, Queology, Tabbuli, Toast!, Toast of Summerville, Toast of West Ashley, HonkyTonk Saloon(s), Cove Oyster Bar & Grille, and Charleston Hospitality Catering. For more information, visit or call 843.822.0011
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Charleston Hospitality Group

9 Awesome Foodie Things in Charleston, SC You Should Try

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By Mark A. Leon

With so many food options in Charleston and so much being thrown at you, we thought we would introduce 10 items, you may not know about that will leave you wanting more.? Some are simple; some complex, but all explosive in flavor and freshness.

Get ready to whet your palate.

9 Awesome Foodie Things in Charleston, SC

  • Lobster Roll (167 Raw – 289 East Bay Street) – It goes without saying that 167 Raw has gained quite a reputation since it expanded from its flagship location in Nantucket, MA.? Their reputation has extended far past the city limits.? All their seafood is fresh and savory, but the Lobster Roll is an explosion of goodness.? If you are feeling generous, this is one dish that can even be shared.

    The Lobster Roll – 167 Rawshared.
  • Shrimp and Grits (La Tabella – 979 Harborview Road, Charleston, SC) -Sautéed shrimp, bacon, peppers, onions, hot Italian sausage in cream sauce over grits.? If you ask about food in Charleston, Shrimp and Grits is always at the top of the list.? There are close to 200 restaurant offerings of this Southern delight.? La Tabella, takes an extra step combining the Southern flare of the dish with their own Italian spin.? Made in a brown cream sauce and combining bacon and hot Italian sausage, this will leave positive shivers on your taste buds.

    Onion Soup Gratinee – 39 Rue de Jeanwith the shrimp, this is one memorable dish.? Here is the trick, you can only get it on Sunday brunch.
  • The Burrito (Minero – 153 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC) – This Mexican slice of heaven is affectionately known at “The Burrito”.? Here is what you get:? queso de Oaxaca, crema, hoppin john, avocado, poblano and you add charcoaled chicken, Achiote pork, or grilled steak.? Did we add, it is grilled just right.? Share this please, because it is a big one.? Every bite will engulf you with every ingredient layered inside this monstrously delicious burrito.
  • Seafood Normandy – Fast and French (Gaulart & Maliclet) (98 Broad Street, Charleston, SC) – This truly authentic French bistro is tiny in size, but delivers big in taste and customer service.? There are so many items that will make you yearn for the view of the Eiffel Tower, but the Seafood Normandy, is a meal to write home about.? Shrimp, scallops and fish broiled in a white wine and cream sauce with steamed vegetables, soup or salad and assorted breads.? This meal will take you back to the old country.? A true french delight.

Bon Appétit

Thai Coconut Coffee with Tapio Boba – Tapio

10 Must Have Appetizers / Snacks in Charleston, South Carolina

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By Mark A. Leon

How often is the appetizer the must indulgent part of the meal?? The savory essence of a truly amazing dining experience.? Often times, restaurants will offer up a preamble that outshines the meal, a piece of culinary heaven let us say.? There are some appetizers/snacks in the Low country that truly define the culinary arts in this foodie haven we call Charleston, SC.? We want to offer up some of the most indulgent, flavorful starters to whet your appetite.

We spoke to a number of locals and got their opinions and they were enthusiastic and ready to spill the beans on some of the best starter dishes.

This list is a keeper.? Spoiler alert, some of these items may raise your calories or cholesterol intake levels for the day.? You have been warned.

  • Hush Puppies (Corn)Harold’s Cabin: 247 Congress Street, Charleston, SC – Corn hush puppies with pepper jam.? First, this is a meal in itself.? Each large hush puppy rests perfectly in the jam and celebrates the flavor of corn mashed and fried with extreme care.? This will only set you back $5.00.
  • Oysters RockefellerOak Steakhouse: 17 Broad Street, Charleston, SC – Guests are fortunate to be able to purchase a single Oyster Rockefeller for $3.00 each.? Whether you order one or six, each order is treated with dignity and pride.? These oysters are large and robust and deserve to come with an audience.? This indulgent treat is a must to begin your dining experience at Oak.
  • Scotch EggSpero: 616 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC – Disclaimer:? This is not a regular menu item, but if you are lucky enough to be at Spero on an evening it is being offered, you will consider yourself lucky.? It is described by one local as a “perfect molten 4 minute egg inside.? It’s a feat of modern cooking”.
  • Tuna LollipopsSol Southwest Kitchen: 1101 Stockade Lane, Mount Pleasant, SC – This dish is prepared with sushi-grade tuna, panko breaded, spicy
    Lobster Mac n' Cheese - Halls Chophouse
    Lobster Mac n’ Cheese – Halls Chophouse

    ponzu, creamy ginger cilantro sauce.? A regular offered up this to say, “They melt in your mouth.? They are crunchy and yummy.? I can’t get enough.”? This starter will cost $12.00.

  • Lobster Mac n’ CheeseHalls Chophouse:? 434 King Street, Charleston, SC – This accompany side dish at $20.00 is a rich and succulent addition to any meal at Halls.? Known for fine steaks and customer service along with an award winning menu, there are no bad selections, but if you only order one add on, make it this marriage of two of the most wonderful foods in the world.
  • Fried CalamariGrill 225:? 225 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC – The lightly fried calamari is prepared with sauteed peppers, white wine and garlic.? As a very proud Charleston foodie explained, “the garlic provides the zest that sets it apart.”? This starter is $14.00
  • Sweet Potato Fries at Sesame Burgers and Beer: 3 Area Locations? – Who doesn’t love sweet potato fries?? I certainly do.? If you have the ability to prepare a mouth watering batch, you have my vote.? These soft and only slightly crunchy pairings to many of the main dishes offers unique flavoring and topped to perfection with a dusting of fresh parmesan.
  • GyozaCo: 340 King Street, Charleston, SC – The pork and ginger gyoza sided with a soy scallion sauce set the Co gyoza apart from the fine offerings of Ichiban and Basil.? When asked why, a local resident replied, “It reminds me of ravioli or stuffed pastas which I love and when dipped, the flavors pop.”? This dish will start your evening at $5.00.
  • Ceviche167 Raw:? 289 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC –? This $14.00 dish changes daily.? So that being said, how can we add it to the list of some of our favorites if it changes?? Very simple, quality of ingredients and masterful understanding of how to make a truly memorable ceviche.? Starting with the homemade chips that are lightly toasted with the thickness and texture of pita and then add some of the freshest seafood and ingredients Charleston offers and you will walk away so very happy.
  • Beet SaladMaybank Public House: 1970 Maybank Highway, James Island, SC – Fresh Roasted Beets, Warm Pecan Encrusted Goat Cheese, Harit Coverts, Arugula, Maple Vinaigrette.? This is a insatiably refreshing and zesty salad at any time of day

There are more.? So many more.? Why rattle your brain risking the potential of a bad start to your evening.? Use this list.? Use it wisely as it comes with great power to satisfy.

Bon Appetite

Gyoza - Co
Gyoza – Co


The Morgan Creek Grill Experience: A Coastal Delight

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By Mark A. Leon

Charleston is known for great dining, warm weather, cool coastal breezes, waterways and a down home sense of hospitality.? Rarely, does a restaurant embody all these qualities in a truly memorable dining experience like the experience you will have at Morgan Creek Grill on Isle of Palms.? Situated right on the Intracoastal Waterway offering cinematic views of the boats and sunset, Morgan Creek is a haven for locals and tourists alike.? We had an opportunity to spend some time with the staff and enjoy a truly remarkable local meal last week.

Whether you are cozied up on the porch with a Lowcountry Lemonade enjoying a spectacular Western sunset over the Intracoastal Waterway, shucking oysters on the sand while listening to relaxing live music and eating S’mores by the fire pit or enjoying an intimate meal for two, Morgan Creek Grill will make every minute of your stay feel like home.

Get to Know Scot

While you are here, you will surely meet General Manager Scot Goldfarb, who goes out of his way to stop by each table and get to know you.? Once you become a regular, you might even have your favorite table waiting for you upon arrival.? Scot has a comforting demeanor that makes you feel like you have known each other for years and you can just “trust” him.? In fact, Scot was so convincing, he managed to talk me into the Chicken Piccatta served over sour cream mashed potatoes, quoting, “It is one of the top five piccatta dishes I have ever had.”? Given that I was overlooking the water in a seafood themed restaurant and I went the route of Italian Food is a sign of true honesty and trust.? Saying this in true Southern fashion, “by golly, he was right”.

One Can Survive on Starters Alone

I am at liberty to say, that one could stop at the starter dishes and leave content.? With exquisite flavor and presentation, you will fall in love with every bite of the savory options on the

menu.? I cannot speak for all, but give high praise to the Oysters Rockefeller, Charcuterie Board and Seared New Bedford Sea Scallops.? There is a burst of flavor and well-designed combination of compliments to the scallops and oysters that form a rainbow on your palate.? Some restaurants add an artistry to menu preparation and design and Morgan Creek is no exception.? They take pride in taking customer feedback and preparing dishes that are desired by its patrons. We can thank Karnan Devlin, for playing a role in this latest menu creation.? She was recently promoted to executive chef and is proud of the carefully selected items on this current menu.? We want to thank Ian, who was head chef on the evening we dined.? Ian has hailed from a number of great establishments, including Fat Hen.? He understands the importance of partnering with local fisherman and farmers to instill the highest quality of freshness and takes extreme pride in hearing from the customers and took time at the end of the night to talk to us about his role at Morgan Creek Grill.

Seared New Bedford Sea Scallops

Salad or Swordfish

If your stomach is seeking a lighter and healthier fare, Morgan Creek currently offers a Butternut squash, Brussels and Farro salad with a Cranberry Vinaigrette and Roasted Beet Salad with Red and Gold Beets, Whipped Goat Cheese, Candied Pecans and a Champagne Vinaigrette.? The combination of ingredients are sure to be fresh and zesty with flavor.? That salads are tailored to the season and built using local producers.

The entrees are cultivated to offer patrons a fine selection of variety including Ramen Bowl, Grilled Atlantic Salmon, Grilled & Blackened Ribeye, Grilled Porkchop, Sunflower Crusted North Carolina Swordfish, Grilled South Carolina Wreckfish, BBQ Glazed Seared Sea Scallops and a number of local favorites.

If you are torn, we would like to recommend the Shellfish Stew.? This steamy dish includes shrimp, fish, mussels, clams and calamari in a tomato saffron broth.? Of course, for picky coastal patron, you can choose from five fresh catch offerings and prepare your meal just the way you like it.

Something for Everyone

One of the things that truly makes Morgan Creek stand out is its restaurant structure allowing for all types to partake and feel right at home.? The main dining area has the feel of fine dining with dark wooden coastal décor and an intimate setting.? Upstairs you can enjoy a few craft beers or cocktails while watching Saturday football.? The patio is home to the sunset chasers who can lose themselves in the waterway and endless horizon and the sand patio with fire pit and stage speaks for itself hosting an Oyster Roast every Saturday during the season.

Morgan Creek is not just about great food, live entertainment, a gathering place for family and friends, majestic sunsets or a sports bar hang out.? It is about a family feel, right on the water, the way the Lowcountry intended it to be.

*Oysters Rockefeller Photo Credit – Morgan Creek Grill

Ramen Bowl with Petite Filet