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Topic: Myrtle Beach shrimp was Re: +Myrtle Beach coffee (2 msgs / 56 lines)
1) From: Brian Kamnetz
Thanks for the tips on the two places for espresso in Myrtle Beach.
Similar question: I will have Sunday afternoon free and would like to
find a family-owned, "Locals' favorite", hole in the wall restaurant
or take-out place for fresh shrimp. Any suggestions?
Thanks,
Brian
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2) From: Scott Miller
Brian,
With all the growth in Myrtle Beach in the last dozen years there are 
lots of places I'm not aware of. The old standard favorite would have to 
be Sea Captain's House. It's on Ocean Blvd. The crab casserole is the 
thing to get there. Trust me on this one . 
If you want to make a short trip (less than an hour), I STRONGLY 
recommend going down to Pawley's Island. After several years in 
Charleston, Louis Osteen has moved back to the area where he started the 
first restaurant that caused folks to notice him. I lived in Charleston 
and worked at a competing restaurant when he first began getting 
national attention. I could do paragraphs on how much I think of both 
him and his food but won't bore the list with more non-coffee blathering 
than I am currently spouting, but I will say that I have a collection of 
cookbooks from growing up in the Low Country that focuses on the area's 
food; probably close to 60 books on the food, culture & history of the 
area. When I look for material on Low Country food his book, Louis 
Osteen's Charleston Cuisine, is one of the first I grab ... why, it's so 
close to me now, here's the ISBN# 1-56512-087-6
Oh yea; James Beard Foundation named him "Best Chef, Southeast" in 2004. 
cheers,
ScoTTT
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