No-frills barbecue and seafood in a kitschy, atmospheric beach shack that looks like something out of TV show True Blood (Merlotte’s, anyone?). This is not an undiscovered gem, however, and it’s an established tourist haunt. The food is tasty and fresh, though: the Lowcountry boil comes with a huge mound of shrimp, mussels, crab legs, snow crab claws, corn, potatoes, and sausage. The shrimp is going to be some of the best you’ve ever tasted, seriously. Most of the seating is outdoors, and wildlife that is not on the menu includes crocodiles (safely contained, and which you can feed), and a plethora of feral cats (wandering around, very definitely not contained).