Great place for good food and drinks. Stacie is wonderful behind the bar, everyone is friendly and the food is great. Raw and steamed oysters in season, stuffed soft shelled crabs and a great quesadilla.
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We visited this restaurant while visiting the area. My husband had fish chowder which he absolutely loved. He also had crab cake appetizers which were very good. I had fried shrimp with coldslaw. The shrimp were a bit greasy, so I peeled some of the...More
We tried The Old Salt based on a recommendation from friends, who had eaten a delicious dinner there recently. We only had time for lunch, but it was perfect. Friendly staff, eager to please, food was delicious, atmosphere was charming. I had the special shrimp...More
We ate here for lunch on a nice Saturday afternoon in November. We were able to sit outside and enjoy the weather. I ordered the tuna tacos- which were on their board outside as part of a lunch special. They were very good- nothing to...More
I ordered the scallops, they were very fresh and well cooked. we ate in the lounge area of the bar which can sometimes be bad but it was not. Our waitress was the bartender but had no problem keeping up with us and her bar...More
Really unassuming little place with a friendly staff and a good menu for a quick lunch. We asked them to put our Oyster "burger" on a wrap with the house special sauce and it was really good flavor. Fries were ok but enhanced with the...More
This place used to be the Net House which was a long time favorite. When Old Salt opened we knew we had to give it a try. We went here last year but just had appetizers and a beer. This year we made a point...More
Great food, good service. Can you say homemade? Housemade sauces and dressings including ketchup! Yum! Delicious chowder, desserts and fries. We all enjoyed our meals and will be back.
The moment I entered Old Salt, I felt welcomed. The hostess and server were both warm and personable and really seemed to enjoy their jobs. It was my first time to Beaufort and they were both eager to tell me all about the town and...More