GEORGETOWN / ANDREWS
Featuring a 300-year history, culinary fare of seafood and game that rival some of the best in the world, Georgetown is home to South Carolina’s third oldest port city. The history of this area is tied to its rivers, bays and oceans and its heritage has been enriched by Native Americans, European and African influences. Charming, historic Front Street gracefully wears her antebellum character in the Live Oak lined streets, the historic homes and attractions, grand old churches and museums. This tidal retreat is infused with mouth-watering restaurants featuring Southern, locally caught seafood and Italian fare, unique shops, a local coffee house, antique stores, grassy waterfront park for children and a newly renovated Harborwalk. Located at the confluence of five rivers, the Intracoastal waterway and Winyah Bay, Georgetown is at the top of our must see list!
1. Kaminski House Museum.
2. South Carolina Maritime Museum.
3. Various Historic Tours.
5. Ron’s Coffee Break Cafe.
6. Great Restaurants like The Rice Paddy, Limpin’ Janes, Portofinos, The River Room, Thomas’s Cafe.
7. Unique Shopping at August & Carolina (home furnishings and outdoor), Head Over Heels, Winyah Bay Outfitters, Doodlebugs Childrens Finery.
8. Harbor House Bed & Breakfast.
9. Prepare your own locally caught, fresh seafood by visiting Independent Seafood Market.
While you’re in Georgetown be sure to make a stop in Andrews, a small rural agrarian South Carolina town whose main focus is on family, friends, and church. Enjoy outings by the river, and old-fashioned swimming hole fun along the Black River. Avid hunters especially like the area for its abundance of wildlife. And if dining out is on your list of things to do do, there are restaurants in the town of Andrews that locals and visitors alike really enjoy. To mention a few: on any given night, one might find a visitor who drove 40 miles just to enjoy the epicurean delight at Antonio’s in Andrews, or families getting together at Jack’s Place for a fantastic buffet or the best cheeseburgers around and there is the Slice of Heaven Deli, as well as two Chinese restaurants (B & M Chinese Restaurant & the Tai Cheng Restaurant). Other great varieties include: Newton’s General Store, Seaboard Restaurant, Tony’s Famous Pizza, Kobe Hibachi Express Japanese Restaurant, Fatz Fish to Go, the Seafood Shack, and across the river (as we locals reference) is Moree’s Bar-B-Que.