Arcadian Shores is known for the prestigious Arcadian Shores Golf Club, the popular Apache Pier and relatively secluded beaches. But the neighborhood is best known by another moniker, Restaurant Row, and for good reason. Diner after diner sit side by side on this short stretch of Kings Highway, earning it the nickname and attracting lots of visitors seeking the best in local seafood and South Carolina cuisine. One could start on one end, go door to door for dinner each day and travel less than 1 mile the entire week. Among the highlights on the tour de Arcadian Shores are Chestnut Hill, a long-standing eatery that specializes in local seafood and traditional American fare; Rossi's, an Italian fine dining institution on the Grand Strand; and Bimini's, a small seafood shack that's big on fresh locally caught fare in a fun, Caribbean-themed environment. Throughbreds, The Chesapeake House and Chuck's Steakhouse are just a few of the many highlights along Restaurant Row, and guests can get their fill of fresh local seafood at a couple of popular, all-you-can-eat hot spots, such as the Original Benjamin's Calabash Seafood and Captain Bennett's Seafood. Also be sure to check out a couple of hidden jewels at the Galleria shopping center, such as Baron's Steaks and Chops and Cannolis Cafe.