We've been coming to Myrtle Beach for many years and somehow missed this place until June 2018. With the unexpected closing of Rossi's and a desire to try a replacement for an old stand-by that had recently disappointed us, we made a reservation. We asked for a table for four overlooking the lake but were told they could not promise that since everyone asks for one. On the mid-June night we went (8pm) they were not overly crowded and a table by the lake was free. Our server, Brandy, was experienced and very helpful. The food was very good, with no real exceptions, and the portions were generous. Many of the steak and seafood entrees are marked on the menu as "market price" which is usually a signal that they are in the high $20s - to high $30's and that was the case, but not out of line with restaurants of similar quality along Kings Highway.
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