Oysters are said to be an aphrodisiac, much like a bottle of red wine or a powerful brain visibly pulsing beneath a skull. Start the evening off right with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of seafood, steaks, and drinks at dinner
- $7 for $14 worth of seafood, steaks, and drinks at lunch
At dinner, mako bites ($7.99) pave the way for specialty plates such as shrimp and grits in ham gravy ($14.99) and 14-ounce rib eyes served grilled or blackened ($17.99). The lunch menu includes a Lowcountry crab-cake sandwich on a kaiser roll ($8.99), an oyster po’ boy on a hoagie ($8.99), and 20 ounces of steamed crab legs ($19.99).
Giant replicas of swordfish and sharks hang over the booths and bar area of The Wreckfish, their reflections mirrored in an illuminated fish tank. It serves as a reminder of the eatery’s specialty, in case anyone missed the buoys, netting, and rope lines. Here, and outside on a bright-red patio, waiters carry plates of flounder, grouper, scallops, mako, and mahi-mahi along with Southern specialties including fried green tomatoes and Lowcountry crab cakes. On Monday night, they throw down the gauntlet and invite diners to take on the all-you-can-eat crab-legs special. Happy hours see discounts such as $2 drafts and half-off appetizers.
What some people are buzzing about:
“ Our server Shanley was AWESOME!!!!”
“Good good and friendly service”
“Good Job, great food, we will be back!”