This restaurant has closed and has been replaced with Catfish Johnny's.
This family owned restaurant in Murrells Inlet has been serving up delicious seafood dishes since 1974. Located on the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, when you dine at Captain Dave’s Dockside, you will have a wonderful view of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Make sure to get a window seat, or to dine on the second floor in order to view the creek and the interesting wildlife that lives in the Murrells Inlet water.
Drop by Captain Dave’s Dockside and enjoy a cocktail. The extensive beverage menu offers cocktails like the Starburst, Zombie, Bahama Mama, and many more. You can also sip on one of the many beers or wines available.
Chances are, though, that you are going to Captain Dave’s Dockside to try the food that locals and visitors rave about. Captain Dave’s Dockside is open for dinner and on Sundays for brunch. For dinner, start with a soup, salad, or an appetizer such as oysters on the half shell, pork dumplings, crispy calamari, bacon wrapped shrimp, and more.
If you’re not super hungry, Captain Dave’s Dockside cooks up delicious flatbreads. Try the ham & cheese flatbread, marghertia, sausage, mushroom, or Rockefeller flatbread which features oysters, spinach, crispy bacon, caramelized onions, and parmesan cheese.
For bigger dishes, take a pick from a variety of fried seafood, shrimp and grits, or one of the main entrees. Main entrees include shrimp, scallops, live Maine lobster, steak, ribs, pork loin chops, and roast chicken. Of course, any main dish is complimented with a great side, and every meal is finished with a delectable dessert. Finish your dinner at Captain Dave’s Dockside with key lime pie, New Orleans bread pudding, or the dessert of the day.
No matter what you choose to devour at Captain Dave’s Dockside, one thing is for sure: your plate will be entirely clean by the time you’re done!