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This longtime Murrells Inlet standby sits right on the water and is always a big hit with diners from near and far. Jack's booty, of course, comes in the form of fresh-from-sea numbers that are... Read More
This longtime Murrells Inlet standby sits right on the water and is always a big hit with diners from near and far. Jack's booty, of course, comes in the form of fresh-from-sea numbers that are prepared to taste - grilled, blackened, sautéed or fried. From specialty dinners like Grouper Royale topped with crabmeat and béarnaise sauce to the substantial combination platter that allows you to pair up your choice of flounder, shrimp, oysters, deviled crab, scallops and creek shrimp, it's all good here. Don't stop by Drunkén Jack's without sampling a few handfuls of their famous hushpuppies dipped in honey butter.
- Waterfront Dining: "Drunken Jack's was named for a pirate who was stranded on the island that is visible from the back porch. Legend has it that his bleached bones were discovered years later surrounded by empty bottles of rum ... not a bad way to go."
- Murrells Inlet's Best Restaurants: "Drunken Jack's was named for a legendary pirate who was stranded on a nearby island and was found dead surrounded by empty bottles of rum."
- Best for Waterfront Dining Because: Drunken Jack's is everything a seafood restaurant should be - fresh catch prepared your way, nautical decor, friendly atmosphere and, of course, a great view.
- Best for Murrells Inlet's Best Restaurants Because: An extensive menu and a festive atmosphere make this a great place for the whole family.