Dining at the Dead Dog Saloon in Murrells Inlet

Creek views from the Dead Dog

When it comes to soaking in the beauty of Murrells Inlet there is no better place than on the outside deck at the Dead Dog Saloon on the Marshwalk.  The atmosphere is alive with all the true locals where you can watch these inlet creatures in all their splendor and is the perfect place to go with the flow.

Not only can you get close to nature at the Dead Dog you can also enjoy a cold beverage and hear some great live music every night of the week.  The Dead Dog has certainly made a name for itself with a menu sure to please any taste from burgers to seafood and an eclectic mix of appetizers and seafood favorites including awesome shrimp & grits and a special deli menu served til 4:00 pm daily.

Fast and friendly is the order of the day at the Dead Dog since they docked on the Marshwalk in 2002 the Dead Dog continues to contribute to the community and in that tradition will be host to the 10th annual 911 Benefit “Honoring America’s Heros” on September 11.   This promises to be another great event to benefit local police and fire departments with live music starting at 11:00 am.   If you’ve never stopped by this is a place you don’t want to miss. Copyright©2011 Sandra Bundy, Broker-in-Charge, B&P, Inc.  Serving the Pee Dee and Grand Strand of South Carolina.

 

Russell’s Seafood Grill and Raw Bar

When it comes to seafood done right and southern hospitality from gracious hosts you will not find a better place on the Grand Strand then Russell’s Seafood Grill and Raw Bar in Murrells Inlet. Located near Morse Park with great creek views on the outdoor deck or inside the cozy dining room Russell’s can’t be beat for an excellent meal and great service.

In the early 90’s in what was left of Nance’s Bar after Hugo destroyed the creekfront restaurant Russell Vereen set about doing what he has always done when he established Russell’s Seafood Grill and Raw Bar. The Vereen family has a long history of serving up great seafood and once inside you are bound to get a glimpse of that history from the many relics decorating the interior.

Be sure to pay attention to daily specials as the Hog Snapper is delicious and not to be missed if it is on the menu.
From the moment you enter the door until you say your good byes Russell & Karen Vereen and the staff at Russell’s Seafood Grill and Raw Bar are sure to make you feel welcome. Copyright©2011 Sandra Bundy, Broker-in-Charge, B&P, Inc. Serving the Pee Dee and Grand Strand of South Carolina.

Bubbas Love Shack

If you have ever strolled down the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk you could not miss ‘Bubba Love’ sitting on a bench with a seat just for you. 24/7 the wooded statue looks over the entry to the creek front walkway and welcomes you to take a load off and soak in goat island and great views beyond. The statue carved out by local artist Lee Arthur perfectly captures the essence of ‘Bubba Love’ and restaurateur Dave Owens carved out a niche with Bubbas Love Shack on the Marshwalk in Murrells Inlet.

From the moment you enter Bubbas Love Shack you can follow the story of ‘Bubba Love’ from goat tender to oyster catcher and everything in between spread out in the many photographs that cover the walls. Nothing fancy here at ‘Bubbas’ everyone feels right at home in the laid back atmosphere and first welcome from another wooden statue of this Murrells Inlet Icon.

If you are looking for fresh local seafood with no frills and fast friendly service with a lot of love ‘Bubbas Love Shack’ is the place. Serving lunch and dinner daily on the Marshwalk in Murrells Inlet. Best kept secrets: Friday lunch special of fried flounder with slaw and fries is a great bargin. Take a break in the brightly colored rocking chairs outside on the creek and soak it in!