Best best burgers on Tybee and the best fried mushrooms I've ever had local hidden gem hopefully you allow kids soon
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This quaint eatery is a favorite with locals. The bartender/server knows the regulars by name. The food was hot and very good. It isn't fancy, it is relaxed and cozy.
This is the second time we have been to this restaurant. The food both times was really good. Last week we were there on a Thursday, the specials were fried chicken and baked ham, I got the baked ham, broccoli casserole and Cole slaw. All...More
Great throw back bar, terribly smoky, but wonderful specials every day. Like a meat and three! Bartender is super. Dark, cool, quiet, comfortable place. Escape the mid day heat and duck in for a cold beer and fried fish or meat loaf or even a...More
First off, it loses a star: smoking is allowed. Fortunately, it wasn't crowded when we were there, and it's well ventilated. We were there on Thursday, before 1 PM. Apparently that's when the cook is off. No menu items are available, but the specials are....More
This comfy place was a great place to get out of the sun, enjoy a icy cold beer, and have some lunch. The bartender/waitress with attitude served us well. We had the flounder sandwich and the crab cake sandwich. Both were excellent, and their homemade...More
Step back to 1965 and enjoy the moment, a cool drink and a really good burger. I am a local (Bluffton, SC) and took a daytrip to Tybee Island. First stop was for lunch with the goal of dining at a "non tourist" joint. I...More