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From shingles, metal, and tile to commercial flat roofing, Lowco Roofing has the product lines and expertise to complete your job correctly, on time, and within your budget. As an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor, we offer the largest selection of shingle styles and products from the most trusted name in shingle manufacturers.

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Few People Know One Of The Nicest Restaurants In America Is Hiding In Small-Town South Carolina

With a population of approximately 130, Pawleys Island is one of South Carolina’s smallest and most charming towns. It’s one of the oldest summer resorts on the east coast, situated 70 miles north of Charleston and 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach. And tucked away in this tiny town just so happens to be one of the nicest restaurants in America known as Frank’s and Frank’s Outback, one of the...

With a population of approximately 130, Pawleys Island is one of South Carolina’s smallest and most charming towns. It’s one of the oldest summer resorts on the east coast, situated 70 miles north of Charleston and 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach. And tucked away in this tiny town just so happens to be one of the nicest restaurants in America known as Frank’s and Frank’s Outback, one of the best small town restaurants in South Carolina.

Visit the Frank’s and Frank’s Outback website and the Frank’s & Frank’s Outback Facebook page for more information (including photos), updates, and to make your reservation! Be sure to book an accommodation if you want to enjoy dinner at Frank’s and then stay overnight, such as this beautiful waterfront space with million dollar views. Imagine waking up to that sunrise!

What’s your favorite nice restaurant in South Carolina? Share what you like best about it in the comments section below. And check out another one of the nicest restaurants in South Carolina where you can dine overlooking waterfalls!

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What are the best hidden gem restaurants in South Carolina?

You could spend your life trying restaurants and miss some of the hidden gem restaurants in South Carolina, with so many great options to choose from throughout the state. We’re here to help you identify which ones you may want to move ahead of others, as we know not all are created equal! Some of our top recommendations for restaurants you may not have heard about before include:

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Take a day trip to Pawleys Island

Itching to get out of town without spending hours on the road or in an airport? At just an 1.5-hour drive, Pawleys Island is the perfect day trip destination. Here’s our one-day itinerary.Morning Eat breakfast + hit the road early so you can spend the first part of your day soaking up some rays at the beach. Don’t forget your beach essentials before leaving...

Itching to get out of town without spending hours on the road or in an airport? At just an 1.5-hour drive, Pawleys Island is the perfect day trip destination. Here’s our one-day itinerary.

Morning

Eat breakfast + hit the road early so you can spend the first part of your day soaking up some rays at the beach. Don’t forget your beach essentials before leaving. Oh, and pack a change of clothes so that you can continue exploring the area after your time in the sand.

The Town of Pawleys Island has several public beach access areas with parking. Choose one + spend a few hours collecting shells, sunbathing, and catching some waves.

Midday

A morning at the beach will work up a healthy appetite, so head to Rustic Table for lunch. The casual yet upscale eatery offers a fresh take on Southern classics, and some of our favorite menu items include the Pawleys Island Sandwich, Steak Salad, and Blueberry Peach Sangria.

Now it’s time for a little shopping. Rustic Table is conveniently located in the Island Shops at Downtown Pawleys, so you’ll be walking distance from some can’t-miss shops like Sea Gypsy Boutique, Limeablue, Retail Therapy, The Wellness Cottage, and Driftwood Mercantile.

Bonus: If you’re in the market for a new hammock, drive to the Original Hammock Shop and explore more great businesses in The Hammock Shops Village.

If retail therapy isn’t calling your name, opt for a round of golf at a one of Pawleys’ nationally recognized golf courses.

Evening

If you left, head back to the Island Shops for dinner at Bistro 217 (brought to you by the same team behind Rustic Table and Driftwood Mercantile). Our menu recommendations? Easy — the Fried Green Tomatoes and Oysters, Hawaiian Salad, and Herb-Encrusted Grouper. If you’re in the mood for a nightcap, head to local’s favorite spot Pawleys Island Tavern.

Pawleys Island looks to alleviate flooding issues with $250K in state funds

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) - Leaders from across Georgetown County spoke on the status of their economy and future plans at the State of Georgetown County on Wednesday.Officials from Georgetown County, the City of Georgetown, the Town of Andrews, and Pawleys Island said they’re in strong shape to keep bringing in businesses, new developments, and more residents. They also all said they’re looking forward to more intergovernmental collaborations throughout the county.The town administrator for Pawleys Island, Dan...

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) - Leaders from across Georgetown County spoke on the status of their economy and future plans at the State of Georgetown County on Wednesday.

Officials from Georgetown County, the City of Georgetown, the Town of Andrews, and Pawleys Island said they’re in strong shape to keep bringing in businesses, new developments, and more residents. They also all said they’re looking forward to more intergovernmental collaborations throughout the county.

The town administrator for Pawleys Island, Daniel Newquist, spoke on behalf of the town. He focused on Hurricane Ian’s damage and preventing future flooding.

“Beach management is a huge priority in terms of our beachfront, the dune system is a major ongoing priority,” Newquist said. “But then, our drainage system and flood mitigation system not just during storm events, but the ongoing King Tide situation.”

Brittany Miller, co-owner of Lemon Drops in Downtown Pawleys, said she’s heard stories of devastating damage done to people’s homes.

Located right off the island, she said she’s only dealt with flooding during a hurricane. However, she said flooding is a frequent issue for some of her customers.

“There could be some improvements made now,” Miller said.

Not waiting to start making changes is also what Newquist wants to see. He said Pawleys Island sees street flooding 30 to 40 days a year, which is more frequent than it used to be. Both Newquist and locals said they’re concerned that without solutions, it could get worse.

“I definitely think it could increase in the future,” Miller said. “It’s already a problem, so getting right to it would be good, and long term would be even better to prevent damaged houses.”

In the short term, Newquist said the town will receive $250,000 from the state budget to start implementing solutions to flooding issues from the King Tides, such as putting back-flow preventers on some pipes.

“What that does is it allows rainwater to drain out, but it does not allow the salt water from the creek to come in through the storm drain system,” he said.

He said he hopes they can start fixing the problem while waiting for grant funds to conduct a study to find a long-term solution.

“We don’t know some of those answers yet like how long, how much work do we have to do, how much is this going to cost,” Newquist said. “I look forward to this report next year. I think I’ll have a lot more information to share”

Newquist said grants are crucial for a town as small as Pawleys Island. He said he also hopes to secure funds for a clean-up project in the marsh to get rid of the rest of the debris left behind by Hurricane Ian.

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‘Scariest noise you can think of’: Tree crashes into Pawleys Island home during Tropical Storm Idalia

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. (WBTW) — Some homes in Pawleys Island faced major storm damage from Idalia.That damage was evident on True Blue Drive, where residents said it sounded like a train was coming right before a tree fell on top of their house.“You know, everything happened at one time — the tree crashed, all we heard was a loud noise and we just went to the other side of the house as quickly as possible,” Shannon Wyrick said.Tropical Storm Idalia swept through the Grand Strand area Wednesday after...

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. (WBTW) — Some homes in Pawleys Island faced major storm damage from Idalia.

That damage was evident on True Blue Drive, where residents said it sounded like a train was coming right before a tree fell on top of their house.

“You know, everything happened at one time — the tree crashed, all we heard was a loud noise and we just went to the other side of the house as quickly as possible,” Shannon Wyrick said.

Tropical Storm Idalia swept through the Grand Strand area Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.

The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for the coastline that was in effect from about noon until 10 p.m. Wednesday.

Many residents in Pawleys Island said at about 6 p.m. there was some rain and wind out, but out of nowhere the conditions picked up intensely.

“We just knew between six and all night long that the hurricane would pass through, so I thought the worst part would be later on, so we’re just sitting there after work eating some grapes,” Wyrick said.

Wyrick was in her mother’s home when she and her friend heard a train-like sound and a second later, a tree from their front yard came crashing into the room.

Both Wyrick and her mother said that in the 20 years of living in their Pawleys Island home, they’ve never experienced what felt like a tornado.

“It was just the scariest noise you can think of, just like, loud, because it was just like a tornado, tree crashing, right next to us from the window, we just instantly stood up and tried to go,” Wyrick said. “I knew the safest room in the house would be the laundry room, so we just stood up and I said, ‘let’s go to the laundry room as quick as possible,’ and then we were like, where’s the dog, where’s my mom? We just checked on them.”

Wyrick said this was the last thing she expected to happen to them, especially during a tropical storm.

“Normally, I’m very cautious, I like to evacuate,” she said. “But this one, I was like, it’s not even going to be a hurricane, it’s just a tropical storm coming through so I was like, nothing to worry about.”

Wyrick added that even though part of their house is damaged, no one got hurt.

“Thankful we were all there to all help each other get safe,” she said.

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Video of shark swimming on South Carolina shore excites family

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. —A South Carolina family vacationing at the beach this week got up close and personal with a shark on the shore.(Watch video above.)Shanna Nicole Whitaker, of Anderson, was on Pawley's Island with nine members of her husband's extended family at the south point of Litchfield when they saw the surprising sight."When we saw the shark in the surf yesterday (Monday,) we were shocked to see him so close to shore but everyone was really excited," Whitaker said....

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. —

A South Carolina family vacationing at the beach this week got up close and personal with a shark on the shore.

(Watch video above.)

Shanna Nicole Whitaker, of Anderson, was on Pawley's Island with nine members of her husband's extended family at the south point of Litchfield when they saw the surprising sight.

"When we saw the shark in the surf yesterday (Monday,) we were shocked to see him so close to shore but everyone was really excited," Whitaker said.

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Her son Caden, 15, took the video.

She said he "wants to be a videographer, so we can always count on him to have his camera ready."

They estimated the shark was about 4 feet long.

"We did wait awhile before going back into the water, for obvious reasons," she said.

Whitaker said the family also saw several dolphins Monday jumping in the water at the end of the point and found 87 shark teeth along with "lots and lots of really great shells."

Shanna Nicole Whitaker

"We love to flounder gig while walking along the marsh here and have seen lots of stingrays, needle fish, crabs, and jellyfish," Whitaker said.

Flounder gigging is a method of fishing where an angler uses a fish spear, or flounder gig, to stab flounder laying on the bay floor, according to Outrigger Outdoors.

Here's what the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources says about flounder gigging along the state's coast.

Earlier this year, an 8-foot, 395-pound white shark was spotted in the waters of Myrtle Beach.

Keep your cameras handy, and send us video if you see sharks or any other cool creatures along the coast.

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