Dockside Seafood House

★★★★☆
  • 9955 Nance St SW

    Calabash, NC 28467

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  • 910-579-6775

About Dockside Seafood House

Hours
Mon. - Sun. 4pm - 9pm

Food

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I would NOT recommend this place to NO one! The owner and manager were rude and VERY disrespectful. HATEFUL! They were only concerned about getting our money! On top of that, the food was HORRIBLE. It was like eating a plate of lard and the prices were ridiculous!

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I would NOT recommend this place to NO one! The owner and manager were rude and VERY disrespectful. HATEFUL! They were only concerned about getting our money! On top of that, the food was HORRIBLE. It was like eating a plate of lard and the prices were ridiculous!

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This is one of the few places I can say that I've eaten at for over 40 years (I'm 47). It was a frequent lunch destination after church when I was a kid and my grandparents were still around to go with us. The place seemed like it was no bigger than a postage stamp, and you had to go outside to go to the men's and ladies' rooms.

They remodeled in the mid-1970s, and it's about five times the size it was, all light colored wood, bright and airy, where it had been a cramped brick place before. It's one restaurant that gained in character and appeal through change. The best part is that they're still in the same location, with large windows looking out on the IntraCoastal waterway, where you can watch shrimp trawlers going by.

They specialize in fresh caught seafood, breaded and deep fried. I am especially partial to the shrimp, flounder, and deviled crab combination platter.

Most highly recommended.

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★★★★★

This is one of the few places I can say that I've eaten at for over 40 years (I'm 47). It was a frequent lunch destination after church when I was a kid and my grandparents were still around to go with us. The place seemed like it was no bigger than a postage stamp, and you had to go outside to go to the men's and ladies' rooms.

They remodeled in the mid-1970s, and it's about five times the size it was, all light colored wood, bright and airy, where it had been a cramped brick place before. It's one restaurant that gained in character and appeal through change. The best part is that they're still in the same location, with large windows looking out on the IntraCoastal waterway, where you can watch shrimp trawlers going by.

They specialize in fresh caught seafood, breaded and deep fried. I am especially partial to the shrimp, flounder, and deviled crab combination platter.

Most highly recommended.

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We had a family dinner at dockside for a Father's Day celebration and we had a lovely time there. We sat close to a fireplace (not burning, it WAS June) and there was a nice rustic feeling to the place. The seafood is fantastic, mostly Calabash style, but I love it. I had scallops and enjoyed every bite. My only wish is that they took reservations because we had quite a little wait that evening.

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★★★★☆

We had a family dinner at dockside for a Father's Day celebration and we had a lovely time there. We sat close to a fireplace (not burning, it WAS June) and there was a nice rustic feeling to the place. The seafood is fantastic, mostly Calabash style, but I love it. I had scallops and enjoyed every bite. My only wish is that they took reservations because we had quite a little wait that evening.

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Our family loves going to Dockside every time we visit Myrtle Beach. We drive an hour from where we stay to visit the very friendly family owned restaurant. True most everything is fried, but that's what Calabash is all about. We also love the Ribeye, better than most steak houses anywhere. We've been going for about 30 years and now we will be taking the new 4th generation to experience the quaint little seafood restaurant in Calabash.

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★★★★★

Our family loves going to Dockside every time we visit Myrtle Beach. We drive an hour from where we stay to visit the very friendly family owned restaurant. True most everything is fried, but that's what Calabash is all about. We also love the Ribeye, better than most steak houses anywhere. We've been going for about 30 years and now we will be taking the new 4th generation to experience the quaint little seafood restaurant in Calabash.

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I've been coming to Dockside for nearly 25 years, and I can still say that it's my favorite restaurant in the world! It's very simple and mainly fried, but the fried shrimp and oysters are amazing. Dockside has mastered the "Calabash style" of cooking, serving lightly breaded shrimp by the plateful. We try to make the one-hour drive up to Calabash every time we visit the SC coast.

PROS: Calabash shrimp
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★★★★★

I've been coming to Dockside for nearly 25 years, and I can still say that it's my favorite restaurant in the world! It's very simple and mainly fried, but the fried shrimp and oysters are amazing. Dockside has mastered the "Calabash style" of cooking, serving lightly breaded shrimp by the plateful. We try to make the one-hour drive up to Calabash every time we visit the SC coast.

PROS: Calabash shrimp
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I would NOT recommend this place to NO one! The owner and manager were rude and VERY disrespectful....

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I would NOT recommend this place to NO one! The owner and manager were rude and VERY disrespectful....

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Each year when we stay in Myrtle Beach we travel 30 miles to eat at the Dockside. The seafood is brought in each day and is great!!! The prices are reasonsible and the portions are huge. It is located right on the dock and you have to

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★★★★★

Each year when we stay in Myrtle Beach we travel 30 miles to eat at the Dockside. The seafood is brought in each day and is great!!! The prices are reasonsible and the portions are huge. It is located right on the dock and you have to

 

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