DINING IN GEORGETOWN COUNTY
Southern dining is as resourceful, bountiful and deeply rooted as its diverse history. Fresh seafood and time-honored traditions have attracted an impressive list of great chefs, and many use these local delights into their world-class menus.
A tour of the area’s cuisine includes an infinite variety of eateries, from award-winning establishments to intimate cafes. You may want to start with the gallery of fine restaurants along the picturesque boardwalk on Georgetown’s Historic Harborwalk, or you could dine overlooking Winyah Bay in Historic Georgetown. Traveling up the Waccamaw Neck to Pawleys Island/Litchfield, you’ll find dining in quaint restaurants and bistros surrounded by centuries-old Live Oaks as memorable as it is delicious. Just a few miles further up the coast, the incredible restaurants in Murrells Inlet and Garden City Beach attract seafood lovers from around the world, making this little waterfront community the “Seafood Capital of the South.”
Come and experience one of the most peaceful settings in all of America. Here tradition, a Lowcountry way of life and a big pinch of Southern Hospitality are a big part of the stay of every visitor.