If you find yourself near South Carolina's third oldest city, you'll certainly appreciate its character, history - and its waterfront dining. If you're looking for a quick lunch stop, a Southern seafood dinner or a great place for Italian with a view - this list has you covered.
What it's known for: Anchoring the Georgetown riverfront for more than 30 years, the River Room serves up your favorite Southern dishes and seafood in a warm atmosphere. Once you've finished your meal, enjoy the area by taking a nice walk along the water.
Style: Southern, seafood, casual, waterfront, lunch, dinner
Address: 801 Front St., Georgetown
What it's known for: Previously the Old Fish House, The Big Tuna is a local Georgetown favorite that will definitely please the palate. With its beautiful views of the Sampit River and fresh seafood dishes like their famous whole fried flounder, you see why people keep coming back.
Style: Seafood, waterfront, lunch, dinner
Address: 807 Front St., Georgetown
What it's known for: Formerly executive chef of Luchow's in New York City, owner and Chef Chris Mitchel is all about seasonal and local produce and products. His extensive menu featues Italian classics, along with seafood specials like fried shrimp and scallops and grilled wahoo. Enjoy great water views whether you sit indoors or on the deck.
Style: Seafood and Italian, waterfront, lunch and dinner
Address: 815 Front St., Georgetown
What it's known for: Great food, great music and great people. That's what keeps folks coming back to Buzz's. It's a fun atmosphere whether you're coming to watch your favorite team or bringing the whole family out for dinner with a view. If you need a menu recommendation, the clam chowder is a customer favorite.
Style: Seafood, sandwiches, waterfront, family-friendly, lunch, dinner
Address: 911 Front St., Georgetown
What it's known for: A casual, comfortable setting combined with wholesome, Lowcountry-style cuisine is the recipe for happy customers at this waterfront restaurant. Enjoy an array of locally sourced dishes, from seafood and prime rib to grits and fried green tomatoes, with a fantastic view of the Murrells Inlet marsh. The menu changes with the seasons and includes weekly, and sometimes nightly, specials.
Style: Lowcountry, waterfront, casual, lunch, dinner, happy hour
Address: 929 Front St., Georgetown