There’s nothing more relaxing than a day on the water with friends and family. But after a fun time on your boat, it’s time to unwind and grab a bite to eat. We’ve compiled a guide to many dock-and-dine locations in the Lowcountry. Tie up and enjoy a meal.
SERVES 4-6 | TOTAL TIME : 30 MIN
• 12 Little neck clams fresh from local waters.
• 1/2- lb. smoked bacon, chopped thin.
• 2 heaping tablespoons of grated yellow onion.
• 2 cloves of minced fresh garlic.
• 1 cup of fresh shredded sautéed spinach.
• 4 tablespoons of fresh grated parmesan cheese.
EATING WITH A VIEW
LOOKING FOR A GREAT MEAL WITH A SIDE OF INCREDIBLE VIEW?
Old Oyster Factory
This Marshland Road staple was voted one of the top 100 scenic-view restaurants by Open Table. Built on the site of an early 1900s oyster cannery, the restaurant honors the history of the Broad Creek fisherman with some of the area’s finest seafood. For more than 25 years diners have enjoyed a succulent meal while taking in the marshland landscape.
CULINARY INSTITUTE OF THE SOUTH’S CAFÉ AND BISTRO OPENS The Bistro and Clist Café are open at the Culinary Institute of the South. The Clist Café offers “grab-and-go” items including breads, pastries, soups, salads, sandwiches and wraps along with coffee and tea. The Bistro offers a gourmet, three-course meal. The Clist Café is open for walk-ins from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Bistro is by reservation only. Call 843-305-8575. For more information, visit tcl.edu/culinary-institute.
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