Our Server Lucy was awesome!!
Island theme and menu - was a pleasant surprise. Will go again.
Recognized and complementary champagne
Good and service by Wayne was the best
Great restaurant. Four of us went to the bar for happy hour where we met new friends. Then we walked around to be seated for dinner. The service and food both were very good. We will defiantly be back.
Marley’s was fine but not outstanding. Our server was pleasant but we had to ask for water (never got straws), and noticed that every table but ours was served a basket of warm bread.
My wife and I ordered from the early bird menu. My salad was average at best, my wife’s she crab soup also average. Fried seafood sampler was my dinner, again fine but nothing to rave about. Did not like the vinegar-based Cole slaw but that is just a personal preference. My wife ordered stuffed flounder, she said it was good.
Of all the SERG restaurants we have eaten at, this was our least favorite only because it was average and we find several of the others to be better.
Veggies were not hot crab cakes were nothing but filling hardly any crab meat
Nice atmosphere. Food good. Service very good. Parking okay. Have to go outside across landing to the restrooms which is interesting.
Waiter was outstanding and food excellent! Used Early Dining menu. Large portions. Happy Hour to 7pm
Delicious as usual. The house salad is the best salad on the island. I love their chicken skewers. I thought the pork pieces in my rice and beans were a little chewy, but the rice itself had a really good texture and flavor - almost like a risotto.
The menu has been simplified, which makes it much easier on both the customer and the server.
It’s still my favorite happy hour on the island! And I’m not kidding, the house salad is AMAZING.
Supa-dupa-groupa was very good but there was not a great choice of draft beers-nothing dark except a Guinness. Crab claws as extra were bland and not worth the cost. We had great service from Chris and a good view of the football game
It was just OK. I knew we were in trouble when our pre-dinner cocktails arrived and they were both in footed iced tea glasses. A decent bar should know which glasses an old fashioned and a gin & tonic are served in.
My dinner companion and I both ordered the crab cakes which were billed as lump crab. What I got was something more like a crab biscuit. I couldn't find much lump crab in there. The food wasn't bad, but it was the quality you'd expect at an average seafood restaurant in Des Moines, not Hilton Head. I don't think I need to give it another try.
The food was excellent as well as the service from the hostesses and server.
Food was much better that expected . I am a local so usually avoid the tourist traps but was pleasantly surprised. Wine list was disappointing as well as the beer list. Cocktail list full of sweet fruity drinks so as result ordered no alcohol. Craft beer and cocktails would be a very nice addition as well as a few more non-domestic wines.
Great service and food was good, just at bit pricey for what you get