If your not in the “In” crowd you may feel very unwelcome. Live music a plus and they usually have some type of show or event going on. Just wish the people here were more accepting of the non local groups.
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Enjoyed a fish dinner here on a lunch visit. Locals and tourists alike love this restaurant. I found it acceptable and food was good, just not great! Location near beach is what makes it a favorite, I think. Our server seemed inattentive, and inexperienced but...More
We went to Duffy street seafood because of a listing in a local guide. Bad choice on our part. The problem may have been the time of year we were there. December is the slow time in Myrtle Beach. We ordered 4 different meals. Only...More
We stopped here for a quick bite to eat. We wanted someplace local and not a chain, this fits the bill! We were seated and served quickly on a Saturday evening. We had oyster po-boys and the broiled scallops. Everything was delicious! No complaints here!...More
This place is very casual, dark, and bar like with great fresh seafood. It is not gourmet, - it is fried, raw and steamed. The raw oysters are delicious and inexpensive. We shared the low country boil. It is delicious! It has a wonderful medley...More
We have had dinner several times at Duffy Street Seafood Shack. We have several entrees including scallops, oysters, white fish, crab cakes and a seafood boil dish all of them were very good choices. We have eaten inside of the restaurant as well as outside...More