Welcome to the historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. A quaint, little town full of history, beauty and colorful characters. Tucked away just 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet is a nature lover's paradise.
Here, you won't find flashing neon signs or roller coasters. In Murrells Inlet, you enter the quaint feel of a true fishing village, unspoiled by concrete and high rises. It's a place sought out by families, fisherman and naturists. Whispered about by antique collectors, and revered by art lovers and horticulturists. It's the place where golfers come to relax, families come to dine and snowbirds come to retire.
In the 1800's visitors to Murrells Inlet traveled from Conway or Georgetown down the Intracoastal Waterway by steamboat. The steamboats became well known for the delicious meals they served onboard. Several former steamboat cooks settled in Murrells Inlet and opened restaurants. Ever since, the area has attracted local restaurant owners and of course, diners from near and far.