Pawleys Island Restaurants
Lowcountry cuisine originated when local ingredients met with Caribbean and African influences, and the resulting creations include famous dishes like Shrimp and Grits, She-Crab Soup, and Hoppin’ John, to name a few. Diners and food-enthusiasts will have no trouble finding traditional Lowcountry fare at area restaurants, but those in search of other great eats in Pawleys Island will also discover unique preparations of fresh seafood and shellfish, hearty Southern barbecue, and various world cuisines including Mexican, Italian, Mediterranean, Pan-Asian, and more.
Some of the most popular meals on the island include Oyster Roasts, Fried Seafood Platters, Lowcountry Boils, Crab Cakes, local Grouper and Flounder dishes, and raw bar fare such as Clams, Mussels, Crab Legs, and Shrimp. In addition to these standards, the many dining establishments in Pawleys Island also offer Aged Steaks, Fresh Sushi, Authentic Tacos, Housemade Pastas, Pulled Pork and Beef Brisket, and Big Southern Breakfasts that might leave you full until dinnertime.
And whether you’re in the mood to dress up for a fancy night out on the town, or just throw on some flip-flops and a t-shirt, Pawleys Island’s diverse community of eateries has something for every wardrobe.