When you visit Belle Isle Marina Bar & Grill you’ve found a hidden treasure on Winyah Bay. Stop by this restaurant by water (slips in Belle Isle Marina are available for dining guests) or by driving through the cozy Belle Isle Yacht Club community.
Guests can dine inside or on the spacious covered deck with views of the 80-slip marina and neighboring Marina Village luxury condominiums.
Laura McClellan, who opened Belle Isle Marina Bar & Grill in 2009, knows the restaurant business. Before coming to Belle Isle at the request of the Belle Isle Yacht Club Board of Stewards, she operated the Crab Pot Restaurant, a Lowcountry favorite in nearby McClellanville, for 22 years. Today, she is continuing her commitment to serving the freshest local seafood available to Belle Isle Marina visitors and area residents.
Most of Laura’s seafood comes off of the docks in McClellanville, ensuring quality and freshness. Weekly specials feature shrimp, crab, oysters and fish as well as Italian and Mexican dishes. Signature items like She Crab soup, shrimp and grits and whole flounder are regulars on the menu. Laura also offers lighter fare like shrimp and chicken salads, seafood chowders and a variety of sandwiches including burgers, clubs, Reubens and cheesesteaks. Beer and wine are available.
“We love serving good food and enjoy meeting people – especially those who have never experienced Lowcountry cuisine,” says Laura.
If you’re traveling on Winyah Bay by boat or on Highway 17 just south of Georgetown, enjoy a delicious meal at Belle Isle Bar & Grill. The food is tasty and the setting is unsurpassed.