Palmetto Seafood Bar and Grill

Review by: Michael Stern

Seafood Lovers’ Jubilee

When seafood craving strikes, the southeastern U.S. is a wonderful place to be. Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, with teeming rivers everywhere and the Caribbean not too far away, its possibilities dazzle the appetite. Here you find a panoply of shrimp, oysters, crab, crawfish, and conch. Flounder, grouper, catfish, and mullet populate menus throughout the region. Palmetto Seafood is a South Carolina fish house that takes full advantage of the bounty.

Shrimp Star

Shrimp come steamed (shell on) or fried. Have them in a taco or on a half-and-half plate with whiting, catfish, or tilapia. They star in a great, massive bowl of shrimp and cheese grits. Chopped green onions and plenty of bacon adorn the bowl.

How Many Crab Legs Is Enough?

Crab legs, which are hugely popular hereabouts (and literally quite huge sold by the cluster) occupy their own section of the menu. If you’re a party of two, check out the Palmetto Date Plate: 4 clusters, 2 eggs, 2 potatoes, 2 sausages, and a pound of shrimp. Or you can buy them cluster by cluster (each of which is about a pound) for $13.99 each.

What To Eat

Shrimp & Grits

Fried Shrimp


Sweet Corn


Palmetto Seafood Bar and Grill Recipes


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