Been here a number of times. Everything is good. Recommend the Macks oysters, cooked like the grilled ones from New Orleans. Great atmosphere across the street from campus.
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We enjoyed our first visit so much we came back the next night! Met the chef and got so much detail on the bacon wrapped chicken brochettes--delicious. We don't eat oysters but apparently the many varieties of servings are very popular with the locals. Football...More
The barbecue was great along with the atmosphere. It was a nice change from the rowdy crowds at surrounding bars when it came time to relax and have a good meal.
This restaurant has hardly ever impressed me. Some of the items on their limited menu are good and others just average but in my opinion it's just not worth the money. I know a lot of people that feel that way, but I also know...More
We were lucky to hit this place on a "low country boil" night which was a cool experience for our teenagers and enjoyable. Definitely agree with the others that the Shrimp and grits are quite good. They were probably understaffed but we lucked out that...More
We recently used the Palmetto Smokehouse and Oyster Bar as the location for our daughter's high school graduation celebration. The owner Teri Oswald, made sure that we had a great menu planned ahead of time for our guests and even had the choices printed with...More
Our party of five really enjoyed our visit to Palmetto's. My shrimp n grits were awesome. Lindsay provided us with excellent service. I was overcharged for my bill but Lindsay caught it and quickly apologized and went to owner to fix the problem. I followed...More
We went here with friends before a game. The guys working there were very friendly and courteous. The service was very slow, and the food was overpriced and just average quality. Some of our friends had appetizers and said they were good.