The Beaufort Grocery Company Located in Beaufort's Historic District on Queen Street, between Front and Ann Streets... its one of our fav. in the area... great food especially the desert... its on a lovely street across from a old historical B and B and right near the water... its laid back but still very nice...
closed on Tuesdays... open for lunch and dinner the rest of the week, the luncheon fare consists mainly of creative homemade soups, salads, deli-type sandwiches, fresh baked bread and a large assortment of cheesecake and other unique desserts
a local place on the boardwalk... its casual... we have only went for lunch and sat out on the patio so we could people watch and see the boats. it's very low key and thought we didn’t get to enjoy the music they are suppose to have some good bands in the evenings... some Jimmy Buffet throw back stuff...
Favorite Dish: The fries were good everything else was a little below average... Nat had the tuna sandwich which he loves blackened but they wouldn’t blacken it "because they had mahi mahi" on special and it was blackened. I’m not sure what that has to do with getting the tuna blackened but the wouldn’t do it... and it was a very small portion... my sandwich came on a bun that resembled a hotdog bun... we like the seating outside however and our waitress was nice... smoking is allowed on the patio... will definitely give it another try and perhaps in the evening the next time around so that we can hear some music…
I have not eaten here
Clawson's 1905 is housed in the middle of the downtown in what was Clawson's General Store back in the early 1900s. According to the Crystal Coast Review, you can step up for a cup of joe at the Fishtowne Java coffee bar; shop the general store shelves for a T-shirt or other Clawson's-branded merchandise; proceed to the living room and catch up with the world according to CNN; move on to the rear for the best beer selection in town; or be seated upstairs or down for lunch or dinner.
Favorite Dish: Their on-line dinner menu has:
Shrimp & Grits The spicy deep South recipe with bacon, garlic, onion mushrooms, and sweet pepper, served with house vegetable
Caribbean Crab Cakes
Homemade and served with black bean-corn salsa & remoulade
Shackleford Scallops Tender large Sea Scallops sautéed in a sherryparmesan cream sauce and finished under the broiler
Grilled Tuna Steak served over Yukon gold mashed potatoes withgrilled shrimp scampi, roasted red pepper aioli and house vegetable
Grilled Salmon Finished with a lemon-caper-dill cream sauce
Fried Shrimp, Oysters or Sea Scallops Select your favorite
Combination Seafood Plate Select two, three or four fried seafoods
Steaks, Ribs and More
T-Bone Steak* Grilled 16 oz T-Bone topped with fried shaved onions
The Ribeye Steak* 12 oz ribeye topped with fried shaved onions
Baby Back Pork Ribs Our house specialty for over 26 years
Clawson’s Bigger Burger Our 8 oz burger served on a sesame roll
Chicken Sandwich Your Way Tender breast of chicken, your choice: Grilled, or Buffalo style
Oven Roasted Free Range Chicken Breast* served over Yukon Gold mashed potatoes with a chipotle-citrus glaze and house vegetable
Sea & Shore 12 oz. Ribeye steak and golden fried shrimp duo
All Dinners above, including Seafood, served with: mashed potato, baked potato,fries, potato salad, or mashed cauliflower (low carb) and vegetable of the day or slaw.
It’s not a flying zeppelin, it’s our famous large potato stuffed with broccoli, red peppers, onions, and mushrooms topped with cheese and sour cream
Seafood Dirigible Shrimp, crab and vegetables, topped with sprouts
Original Dirigible Ham, turkey, bacon and vegetables
We have not eaten here.
I had thought we might eat at Harkers Island, but we were there too early. Then we went to Beaufort, and just didn't feel like eating here either. I took the picture because of the name
Favorite Dish: The Insider's review (URL below) says:
This is as good as it gets for pizza in Beaufort, according to our own personal survey. No Name is also a great place for subs (everything from meatball to vegetarian), burgers and spaghetti with meatballs. The Greek salad is loaded with feta cheese and served with a loaf of garlic bread. No Name serves pasta dishes, Greek dishes, sandwiches and chicken. The baklava is wonderful. The menu is the same for lunch and dinner, but dinner specials are announced daily. You may purchase beer and wine to accompany your meal. You'll leave satisfied, knowing like you got your money's worth. No Name offers dine-in or drive-through service and is open seven days
I have not eaten here.
Favorite Dish: It is supposed to be a popular dockside food and drinks place. The Resturant page for the Crystal Coast (URL below) has another picture and says
Sandwiches and Seafood Plates
Large Bar. All Permits
Weekend entertainment. Credit Cards