Tuesday, February 12, 2013
RB's Seafood on Shem Creek
Saturday was the day to be outside. To simply enjoy the view. We had an extra crazy morning and afternoon but by the time dinnertime rolled around, we were ready to put our feet up and enjoy a great, waterfront meal!
We headed over to Shem Creek to RB's. Ever heard of it? We love a restaurant or two in that area but had never stopped to check out the restaurant with the ship-like front complete with a light-up sailfish.
I missed the photo of the huge lobster on top of the connecting building but you would have enjoyed it. The entire restaurant has a ship motif. Cool. Interesting. But, the views of the inlet are great!
While waiting on our dinners, we munched a monstrous appetizer plate of onion rings. I believe that these were probably the best part of our dinner.
We got to see a few boats dock, some paddle boarders come and go and even some fishing kayakers. After watching a guy cast from the kayak, we decided that definitely requires some skill.
Stephan had his usual burger and fries but this one was topped with blue cheese crumbles and onions.
The mister ordered a crab cake sandwich and coleslaw. Oddly enough, this sandwich was served with a slice of American cheese.
Nothing like Kraft singles?!? That part was plain weird but my Farmers Market Salad was pretty good except that my oranges and pineapples were straight from a can. Not so Farmers Market-ish.
The food was okay. Nothing to write home about but the views were scrumptious and the service was great! I don't highly recommend it but if you want to be near the water for the evening and watch the sunset and the boats dock, it works.
Hope you are having a fantastic week. Do your best to stay dry and Happy Tuesday from Charleston Treasures!
Posted by Lisa at 7:45 AM