I love small town restaurants where the local folks go for breakfast and lunch. They had shrimp creole, with three sides as the special, so good! I'll be back next time I'm in Georgetown.
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Had lunch here before a boat tour. It is a quaint small-town diner where the locals eat. They have real southern food here but if you don't care for shrimp n grits or gumbo, they have hamburgers and other American standards. We had BLT's just...More
We drove to Georgetown from Myrtle Beach based on the TA reviews. Good decision. The food is the definition of southern home cooked. And very inexpensive. I liked it so well that I even bought a T. It says "Thomas Cafe....A Local Place". And that...More
Great food at very reasonable prices. My wife had an excellent Reuben sandwich and my 8 year old niece had a children's chicken fingers lunch. Ambience is lacking , but, food and price make it a good choice.
We went to Thomas Cafe on a recommendation from a local. She was right it was a good choice. We had the pimento cheese BLT and gumbo. My husband like the gumbo and the sandwich was amazing. Friday is their fried flounder special and it...More
We have visited this town many times in our past boating travels. We were on our way north and we ducked in here for breakfast. They didn't disappoint us.
What a great breakfast experience. The coffee is very good and the food is even better. The servers are friendly. The seating area is a little bit tight and the place always seem crowded. The menu goes beyond bacon and eggs. There are always eclectic...More
If you find yourself on Front Street in Georgetown, SC around lunch time venture down towards the Town Clock and stop in at Thomas Cafe. It is a landmark in town and has served every level of society. The have a daily special on the...More