Raising healthy fur kids is the goal of all good pet owners. We want to be sure the food they eat and the toys they play with are safe and wholesome. Around these parts, the go-to place for good-for-them products is Pet Galley, located in the heart of Murrells Inlet at 4494 Hwy.17 Business.
In SC’s Lowcountry, wedding-day bliss lasts more than a single day. SCDestinationWeddings.com is a wedding resource guide featuring the finest wedding venues, caterers, florists, planners, bakeries, photographers, bar services and more in Historic Georgetown and Pawleys Island.
Rice Birds is “Lowcountry-inspired gifts for her, him and home” are the order of every day. Outdoor sportsmen and sportswomen will be especially delighted. Rice Birds Two is a bit more modern. Their slogan is “Elegant Living and Curiosities.”
South Inlet restaurants have joined forces to mix things up along the gorgeous stretch of the Inlet they call home. Hot Fish Club (HFC), Inlet Provision Company (IPC), and Russell’s Seafood Grill & Raw Bar are next-door and across-the-street neighbors to Morse Park Landing, where folks park their cars with the windows rolled down to take in the soothing sights, sounds and smells of the Inlet.
At the far north and eastern corner of Brookgreen Gardens, a focal stop on the Lowcountry Trail and near the Lowcountry Zoo entrance, is Domestic Animals of the Plantation. This exhibit is home to an array of animals who are considered “historic rare breeds” – which means they are much more like animals of the 1800s than their hybridized descendants.
Shrimping is an important, and regrettably endangered, industry in our state. Cheap foreign shrimp have flooded some seafood stores and restaurants, driving prices so low, local shrimpers struggle to compete.
Lowcountry’s favorite seafood market is Seven Seas. Known throughout Murrells Inlet and beyond as THE place to shop for a huge selection of fresh local seafood, the market has expanded its wares to include wine!