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 Post subject: Dockside Calabash
PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2017 7:10 am 
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Went there last night found the scenery great and the seafood good. Had oysters and flounder wife had scallops. Although the seafood was good it was not better than Biminis or Croakers which I can be to in 5 minutes or less so dont think I will make the drive to Calabash again.

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 Post subject: Re: Dockside Calabash
PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2017 11:23 am 
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myrtle beachcomber wrote:
Went there last night found the scenery great and the seafood good. Had oysters and flounder wife had scallops. Although the seafood was good it was not better than Biminis or Croakers which I can be to in 5 minutes or less so dont think I will make the drive to Calabash again.


You are right, really no reason to drive from one end of the strand to the other to eat. If I stayed in NMB I would not drive to Murrels Inlet unless I just wanted the view. We stay in Surfside and Maggie D's behind the coastal mall is the farthest away that we eat. Could probably find an as good or better Italian place closer but we go because of the early bird.


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