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Seafood joints

Tecumseh, Michigan
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Seafood joints

Here in Myrtle beach, there are a lot of seafood buffet places, are there any that really stand above the rest?

Thanks for the nfo

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1. Re: Seafood joints

The best seafood will be found at other than buffets IMO. If you esp. want buffet, I would try Crabby Mikes, Original Benjamins on the north end or maybe Prestons. I think the seafood is better at Sara J's, Lee's Inlet Kitchen, Inlet Crab Shack and many others.

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2. Re: Seafood joints

I think that if you really enjoy crab legs,shrimp,clams,mussels and oysters rockafeller the buffets are great.Their desert bars can be pretty good also.

My choices would be Captain Georges and Original Benjamins in Restaurant Row.

I rarely touch the fish options on these buffets so I cannot comment on them.

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3. Re: Seafood joints

Well Tony is spot on with me, you can look in my past posts and Capt Georges and The Original Benjamin's are my 1st choices for buffets.

There is a new one that opened today where the 2nd Seafarer was in Surfside, it's called Seafood World and it promotes itself as having 200 items which would make it the largest one on the beach.



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