Went there for dinner during week of July 4th. I'd read about different options around Isle of Palms and saw good reviews about the food and issues with long waits. I took my dad, father in law and two kids (ages 4 and 11 mos). Parking was limited but found a spot up close and my father in law went in to see if we could get a table around 5:30. We were able to walk right in and be seated. Within about 10 minutes of sitting down, the place started to get backed up. Some people had reservations, some were just walk ins and the wait was at least a half hour right after we got there. The restaurant has covered outdoor seating, a seperate bar area and the dining area. We sat up near the front, so I can't say much about the rest of the dining. The food came out pretty quickly, the server was very friendly and helpful. I had the low country shrimp and grits, my dad had grouper and my father in law had some combo of shrimp and collard greens. We had clams for appetizers and the egg rolls. Overall, the food was great with big portions and the prices weren't bad compared to Charleston. It was probably the best meal we had on vacation. We also had some really good food in Charleston itself, so no complaints overall. The Chef came out and talked to us for a couple of minutes and was very friendly. We liked the fact that the location was in a shack, but we saw several people come in that were dressed well, so it's not just a hole in the wall.
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