Seafood was good. No tea refills until asked we asked for a refill. Never received any hush puppies. Server was too busy training a new employee & “cleaning” up empty tables.
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We literally plan our trips to SC to be able to hit Gilligans on the way from the Charleston airport. The location is conveniently off of HWY 17, plenty of parking, always a place to sit (we love the well maintained aquariums). Oysters on the...More
Visited twice in the last month for drinks after work and light appetizers, both times service was great and drinks were strong. The complimentary hush puppies are always hot, fresh and delicious. My favorite beverage so far is the moonshine punch, served with plenty of...More
We live out of town and this was our first trip since the restaurant was rebuilt. The kids and adults totally enjoyed being seated next to the aquariums! All of our food was good and I enjoyed the seafood pot. The clams never opened on...More
We arrived only 15 minutes before closing, and they were gracious enough to feed two hungry travelers. Our server was friendly and quick. In no time they had fried us some flounder and fries. It was like a Carolina fish camp meal -- simple but...More
We were seated at 7:40, and were told he would be right with us, but our waiter was busy helping take heavy trays to another table. Well, we were already impressed with Hunter’s support of his coworkers. We were in no hurry, and the fella...More
Recommended by friends while visiting Charleston, S.C., we braved rainy weather and expected Saturday night crowds to try Gilligans, well known to locals for years on John's Island. We were not disappointed! Located just off Highway 17 south of Charleston, the appropriately decorated eatery, with...More
Our family has been going to Gilligan’s for over 20 years now. A visit to Charleston isn’t complete without a trip to get shrimp and oysters. Their low-country boil is really good too! No need to worry about the kiddies being bored either. It’s an...More
We love Gilligan's when we are in Seabrook. We ate there twice and we were only in the area 5 days. It is always so good. Best okra you ever put in your mouth.