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Murrels Inlet seafood?

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Does anyone have experience with Nance's Cedar Hill Landing Restaurant? (not to be confused with Nance's Creek Front Restaurant)

We'll be in the area for one last visit to the Pavillion at Myrtle Beach, so any local seafood (as opposed to chains) recommendations would be appreciated.

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  1. I've been reading a lot about Mrs Fish.

    I plan on checking it out when I'm there in Oct.

    Here's an article that talks about the place, plus some other area tidbits, it is almost 2 years old though.

    http://www.dailypress.com/travel/dp-m...

    Here's another site to check out - they also have a forum to ask specific questions:

    http://specialsections.myrtlebeachonl...

    I wasn't impressed with The Pier, even for lunch.

    1. Just returned from the area and had many good meals while there. One evening we dined at Louis's at Pawley's, and although it's not a true seafood house he has some wonderful seafood dishes on his menu. I had crab Louie and macadamia crusted grouper. Both were delicious. My companion had she-crab soup and a dish of grilled scallops on shrimp hash. All the seafood was cooked perfectly and the soup was rich and flavorful.

      1. My favorite places by far are in Murrell's Inlet.Dockside is wonderful.Pan Crusted Grouper is out of this world.I also love the Shrimp and Grits.
        http://www.captdavesdockside.com/
        I also love Lee's Inlet Kitchen.The food has a fresh lowcountry feel.Red clam chowder ...oh my!