Historic. Operating since 1971, this waterfront dining room is located in a restored 1790s cotton warehouse. The dining room has a rustic appeal with exposed old brick and stone walls. Specializing in fresh seafood, entrées are prepared in a variety of ways such as fried, baked and steamed. Other options include oysters on the half shell and steamed oysters by the bucket. For the landlubber, there is a selection of chicken, steaks, salads, sandwiches and burgers. The Tybee crab chowder is a crowd-pleaser.
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