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The Best Seafood in St. Simons Island

The Best Seafood in St. Simons Island If you have been considering your real estate options in St. Simons Island, you know that it is a beautiful tourist destination with everything from lighthouses to great beaches.

One of the great thing about St. Simons though is the seafood. With that in mind, here are some of the best seafood destinations you will find in St. Simons Island.

Bennie’s Red Barn

Bennie’s red barn has fire cooked steak and some of the best seafood you will find on St. Simons island. Whether it’s fried or broiled, Bennie’s has your seafood needs from fish to shrimp. And best of all, it’s all local.

Crabdaddy’s Seafood Grill

If you’re looking for good, down to earth southern eating, this is the seafood place for you. This family owned restaurant cooks its local seafood with a little extra love. Check out the shrimp and grits for real local flavor.

The Crab Trap

Who doesn’t love great seafood and a cold beer? You’ll find that here. The Crab Trap is casual seafood dining that has remained a local favorite for over 35 years. If it’s clams you want, you’ve come to the right place. These delicious bad boys are cracked to order and served with crackers and sauce. You can’t go wrong.

St. Simons Island is a great place to visit and an even better place to own a vacation home. DeLoach Sotheby’s International Realty is your home for your real estate needs. If you have any question about purchasing a vacation home in St. Simons, contact us today.

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