AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
1.8
Overall
Food1.7
Service2.0
Decor1.6
AAA Inspector Notes
This area legend, where the elite come to eat in their bare feet (so says the signage) is located at a former fish camp and is comprised of several fish shacks and wood decks sprawling along Tybee Creek. There is a collection of rescued parrots, a cat house for area feral cats, a baby alligator exhibit where guests can take part in feeding, and pirates, lots of pirates. Oh yeah, there is a restaurant as well—one that specializes in local shellfish and a few barbecue items. You'll want to dress down for this place because you're going to get messy. The food, which arrives arranged like a small mountain on a pizza tray, will need to be shucked, peeled or cracked. Dungeness clusters, blue, snow, Alaskan king and stone crab all are available as well as local shrimp, blue-lipped mussels, clams and crayfish. Accompaniments include steamed corn and potatoes. So roll up your sleeves and dig in. Don't forget to save a slice of lemon to rinse you hands afterwards.
Amenities & Services
WiFi
Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Accessible
Business Center
Price(s)
$8-$60
Location
Jct US 80 and Lazaretto Creek Bridge, just e on US 80 to Catalina Dr, then just s, follow signs. 40 Estill Hammock Rd 31328
More Information
Casual Dining. Lunch and dinner served. Full bar, patio dining, happy hour. Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).
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1234 Street Address City, State 00000
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