Located in Murrells Inlet, Graham’s Landing can be found tucked away on the southernmost tip of the Inlet. Owned and operated by Graham Plummer, this little restaurant serves up delicious seafood and other fare to locals and visitors to the Grand Strand.
Start your meal off with an appetizer, soup, or a salad at Graham’s Landing. Appetizers include oysters on a half shell, oysters Rockefeller, grilled oysters, Jolly Rodger oysters, lump crab cake, shrimp and salmon cake, littleneck clams, calamari, potato skins, parmesan fried scallops, frosted flake chicken tenders, and more!
If an appetizer isn’t enough to satisfy your appetite, there are plenty of sandwiches, meat, seafood, pasta, and other dishes to fill your belly. As far as sandwiches go, there are several options. Go for the traditional burger or chicken sandwich, or try something like a po’boy, crab cake sandwich, pulled pork, grilled ham and cheese, and more! There are also wraps available.
You can also try a seafood basket. Choose from a basket with fried shrimp, oysters, scallops, or flounder (or any combination of two items). Each basket comes with your choice or tots or fries, and coleslaw.
If you’re not feelin’ a sandwich or seafood basket, try a main entrée option. For a main entrée, you can choose from meat-centered dishes such as hand cut ribeye, pork roast, slow roasted prime rib, or smoked ribs. If you’re craving seafood, then think about ordering stuffed shrimp, lump crab cakes, or shrimp and salmon cakes.
There are also a number of pasta dishes available such as local clams and linguini, flounder francaise, and chicken piccata to name a few.
The atmosphere at Graham’s Landing is quite casual with relaxed décor such as cement floors and wood-paneled walls. There is also a bar where you can kick back and have a beer while watching your favorite sport on TV. You may also dine on the waterfront deck out back, where the owner encourages people to travel to his restaurant by boat.
5225 Business Hwy 17, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576
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