Lexicographers debate whether "land-lubber" is a distortion of "land-lobber," one who throws away deeds and titles carelessly, or “lend-scrubber,” a request from sailors plagued by skin barnacles. Demonstrate your command of nautical slang with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of fresh seafood and more at Harbor Inn Seafood Restaurant, in Lexington.
Known for its jovial family atmosphere and cache of treasures dredged from the vasty deeps, Harbor Inn offers a safe port in a storm of codless eateries. Lunch and dinner menus supply a diverse spread of succulent ocean-fruits, alongside tasty appetizers such as clam chowder, perfect for sticking to the strands of bearded mariners ($3.25). Warm stomachs can graciously welcome cold-water cod and its slaw of hush-puppies pals ($6.50–$9.50), and meat teeth can partake in the coveted fish of the pasture with a 10-ounce choice rib eye, served with either salad or slaw, hush puppies or french bread, and a side ($10.95+). All seafood is cooked in trans-fat-free oil and breaded to each diner's individual tastes, or broiled in a briny blend of butter and spices. Alcohol is not served at Harbor Inn, but burned as fuel for the whisky-powered tabletop lighthouses.
Harbor Inn Seafood Restaurant
There are two schools of thought at Harbor Inn Seafood Restaurant: fried or broiled. Whatever side you take, you'll enjoy the same flounder fillets, scallops, and crab cakes heaped with hearty helpings of baked potatoes, french fries, and hush puppies. Ten-ounce rib-eye and strip steaks provide a tasty alternative to seafood, and a children's menu includes pintsize portions fit for youngsters or the precocious wooden doll you call "son."
411 W Main St.
Lexington, South Carolina 29072Get Directions