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 Post subject: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:42 am 
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Yesterday, my friend Gail and I had lunch at Graham's Landing in Murrells Inlet. This is the former location of Cedar Hill, at the end of the Marshwalk restaurants near the split of Bus 17 and 17 Bypass.

We had a coupon for $20. worth of food for $10.

We each ordered a cup of "Seafood Gumbo" - 4.99 each, and we shared a full order of "Local Shrimp Broil" $13.99

The gumbo and shrimp broil were both delicious. Service was very good and friendly. The Inlet view was lovely, and it was a restful view compared to that of the Marshwalk restaurants. They offer eating on the patio, for an even better view.

When we left, the restaurant it was more than half full - a good sign that they're doing something right.

Gail and I are looking forward to returning to dinner with our husbands next time.


The Graham's Landing website:
http://www.grahamslandingmurrellsinlet.com

Seafood Gumbo:

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Local Shrimp Broil:

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View from the back of Graham's Landing Restaurant:

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 Post subject: Re: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:35 am 
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Patrish, thank you for the review of this new restaurant. It is somewhere I definitely want to try this fall. If fall ever gets here!! Still waiting for spring.


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 Post subject: Re: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 1:17 pm 
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Beautiful photos Patrish! The food looks so yummy!

Question... What kind of camera do you use for restaurant photos? I have tried taking them on my cell but they either turn out really dark or white. So I am curious.


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 Post subject: Re: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 6:27 pm 
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Thank you so much for the pictures, Patrish. It makes us want to be there now! :cool:
We will definitely pay them a visit when we are back in town.

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 Post subject: Re: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 6:44 pm 
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That Gumbo looks really yummy! You are getting to be quite the perfect food critic :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:30 pm 
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Melissa, I had my Canon D60 with me at Graham's, but that camera is more than you'll ever to need to take pictures of food.

My iPad and iPhone both do a decent job of taking casual shots.

If you're thinking about investing in a pocket camera, mine is a Canon PowerShot S95. It does a great job job on food and most anything else. All the pictures on these 7 pages were taken with the little S95. It also takes good movies. Google the reviews.
http://www.funbeaches.com/Holland-America-Baltic.html

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 Post subject: Re: Graham's Landing
PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2013 8:33 am 
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patrish wrote:
Melissa, I had my Canon D60 with me at Graham's, but that camera is more than you'll ever to need to take pictures of food.

My iPad and iPhone both do a decent job of taking casual shots.

If you're thinking about investing in a pocket camera, mine is a Canon PowerShot S95. It does a great job job on food and most anything else. All the pictures on these 7 pages were taken with the little S95. It also takes good movies. Google the reviews.
http://www.funbeaches.com/Holland-America-Baltic.html


Sorry.. :off-topic: but that is one of my bucket list cruises, Patrish! Lucky you!

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This is a return visit to Graham's Landing for lunch. Actually, I've been there a a couple times for lunch since I posted last, and it's always been good.

But on Oct. 16th I was there with my friend Gail. It was a perfect day, and we were seated on the outdoor patio.

Gail ordered the Applewood Salad with smoked bacon, red onions, tomatoes, 3-cheese blend and blue cheese. $9.99

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I enjoyed a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap $9.99. It was so big that I took half of it home to eat the next day

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The food and service were very good, as always.....and the view of Murrells Inlet from the outdoor deck? Priceless!

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