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 Post subject: Southside Grill
PostPosted: Thu May 21, 2009 11:01 am 
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Southside Grill
355 Hwy 17 North
Surfside Beach
843-232-8084

We tried Pat's recommendation for dinner and have to say it was AWESOME! Southside Grill is located in a little strip mall on the ocean side of Highway 17 just before you reach Crabby Mike's if you are traveling south. It's next door to a place that is called the Golden Egg and must be a breakfast place.

If you're a Pittsburg fan - this is a place for you! Everything on the walls is either Penguins, Pirates or Steelers.

The restaurant is small and intimate. It has a wonderful and friendly waitstaff - seems to be a family owned business. Their menu ranged from appetizers to seafood platter baskets, sandwiches and burgers. (The burgers say they are 3/4 lb!)

Mom ordered the potato skin appetizers and I ordered the grilled steak salad. My Mom (80 years old) is a connoisseur of potato skins and she said these were the best she's ever had! Now that is saying something. They were obviously home made - baked potatoes with the insides scooped out and then filled with cheese, bacon and a side of sour cream.
There were 4 on the plate and we ended up bringing two home. They were huge!

My grilled steak salad was grilled to order (medium rare) and rested on an ample salad of fresh lettuce, cucumers, cherry tomatoes, and a couple of black olives with shredded cheeses. It was excellent. The steak used was ribeye and had a wonderful flavor.

Our dinner tab which also included a diet soda and lemonade (with free refills) total $21 and some change. We are definitely going back!

I try to support local businesses for our eating out ventures lately instead of the big chains. I can get Applebees, Outback, Carabbas, etc at home... I want the local flavor.

I highly recommend you try it as well. We may go back tonight when my daughter arrives from Charleston SC to spend the weekend.

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PostPosted: Thu May 21, 2009 11:03 am 
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We were only there once but we loved it. It's a message board and locals' best kept secret. :cool: I remember getting the pierogies, which were awesome! We didn't have room for dessert but I understand the home baked pies are to die for! If you go back mention that you're a message board member. Patrish and Wally go there quite often and know the owners personally.

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PostPosted: Thu May 21, 2009 11:42 am 
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Will do, Dawne! I'm pretty sure we're going back tonight. They had homemade desserts on the board - the red velvet cheese cake sounded decadent!

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Yes, be sure to mention the Message Board. Mimi and Rick are the owners, and Mimi makes her own desserts. So try to leave room! Southside Grill is a local favorite!

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Being a Ravens fan, I'll try to keep a stiff-upper lip and visit.... :joker:

Do they sell Primanti's ? Tried my first one at last years AFC Championship game and they were awesome !!!! Anyone try them ?

Thanks !

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 Post subject: Southside Grill
PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2009 11:00 am 
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We had a student from near Pittsburgh..she introduced me to wonderful new uses for french fries! On top of your salad with Ranch Dressing, on top of your sandwiches, on top of your baked potato with cheese. Those Steel City people know how to eat french fries!!

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Kirk...is this to what you are referring:

http://www.washingtonian.com/blogarticles/restaurants/bestbites/11578.html

Saw this sandwich on the Food Network....

http://www.primantibros.com Apparently, they had their own beer, but no longer?

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Those are it ! Bizarre combination of foods, but they work incredibly well together.

Mmmm.... almost lunch time.... :cool:

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Sounds awesome! We'll have to stop by next time we head down that way!

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 Post subject: Re: Southside Grill
PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2009 1:19 pm 
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pitsypits wrote:
We had a student from near Pittsburgh..she introduced me to wonderful new uses for french fries! On top of your salad with Ranch Dressing, on top of your sandwiches, on top of your baked potato with cheese. Those Steel City people know how to eat french fries!!...


And sprinkled with VINEGAR - a favorite at Pennsylvania fairs and festivals!


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I have been to Primanti Brothers many times. It is hard to explain how a sandwich with cloe slaw and french fries between the bread can be so good! My wife is from Pittsburgh, so we go to the Strip District twice a year to eat at Primanti's.

Best sandwich I have ever had.

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Its funny how locals have there favorite places to eat usually things we never think about.There is a place close to Bryan Texas called sudalacks we go to when were down there for work that has deep fried bacon.If you saw it and hadnt heard the locals brag on it you wouldnt even think about stopping there.


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We will have to go there during our trip! We are BIG Steeler, Pens & Pirates Fans. I will have to wear something from one of those teams when going!

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the king street grill in market commons has a huge mural of the stadium where the steelers play...hubbys company friends go there alot because the company they work for is all over the stadium


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Thanks for the info Laura! We will check it out!


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 Post subject: Re: Southside Grill
PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2011 2:14 pm 
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It's still there!

If you walk the beach and go just south of the GC Pier, by the 1st parking area, on the weekend, say hi, I'm the tall old guy
with the grey beard playing corn=hole, buckets, bocce or with my pole in the water

Enjoy the beach

Gary



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