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Mayor's House

Seafood Restaurant in Pawleys Island

 
Mayor's House
Rated: 3.2 out of 5 with 34 Reviews

Open for dinner 5 - 10 PM. Fine dining. Selection of seafood, steak and vegetarian options.


Mayor's House
13089 Ocean Highway
Pawleys Island
843-237-9082
Hours: N/A
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Mayor's House
Posted: May 12th, 2011 at 9:24 am
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: mf


Avg. Rating:3
This restaurant is closed
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Mayor's House
Posted: Dec 29th, 2010 at 2:10 am
From: Little River, SOUTH CAROLINA
By: mj


Avg. Rating:3
My husband and I went there on tuesday on Dec.28th This was the second time we were there. My husband ordered the 8oz Rib eye on the early bird special it was mostly fat the first time she brought is 2 small rolls with the butter later on I asked for more rolls she brought us 1 small roll. They waitress was not friendly at all. We were very disappointed this time we live about 45 mins or more away and we drove down just to treat ourselves but we were so disappointed . the house soup was potato leek which had no taste. I asked for a baked potato she said they don't offer baked potatoes anymore so I had the mash which had no taste also. My meal was $34.00 just for me and I could n't even get a baked potato. the vegable they served was not very good either and you can only get that one there are no other choices. For the amount of money we spent it was not worth it. VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED
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Mayor's House
Posted: Dec 14th, 2010 at 1:58 am
From: Pawleys Island, SC
By: e.h.


Avg. Rating:4.3
My wife and I have been dining at the Mayors House only for the past few years. We used to be waited on a very nice young woman named Brittany so we were devastated to find out on our last saturday night out that she no longer worked there. Brittany had our drinks and food orders all the way down to desserts memorized. This time we decided to change things up. Our waitress was less than attentive and quite grumpy. She suggested the fish california style for my wife wich she thought was quite good. I choose the coquille st jaques, wich happens to be the dish that Brittany has always talked me into. It was perfect as usual. My wife and I ended the dinner with dessert wich was quite good. Chet and Karen the owners were there and we spoke with them briefly as we were leaving. We love this restaurant, but the service is going downhill.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Aug 29th, 2010 at 7:25 pm
From: pawleys island, SC
By: pt


Avg. Rating:5
We arrived and were greeted warmly at the door. Allison, our waitress, explained the different menus and what was contained in them, including the "Classy Early Bird," which had a large selection of entrees, including two specials. The service was excellent and the food was delicious. We are "locals" and will definitely return many more times.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jun 02nd, 2010 at 1:44 pm
From: Pawley's Island, SC
By: js


Avg. Rating:2.2
I decided to eat at The Mayor's house after it was recommended by some friends. I went there on Sunday 5/30/10. They were very busy, I will give them that much. The food was luke warm and looked like it was sitting in the window for awhile. The service was a disgrace! The worse service I have ever experienced..... I thought this place was supposed to be fine dinning. They had a bunch of servers on and none of them really appeared to know what they were doing. I'm very disappointed and I will never be back. The terrible service was my deciding factor for not returning. Very rude servers and the owner was terrible as he was screaming at his staff in front of us!!! The most unproffesional establishment I have ever seen in action. I recommend anywhere else in Pawley's Island, especially Captain John's or Franks. Dont waste your time with the Mayor's house!
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Mayor's House
Posted: May 16th, 2010 at 9:30 pm
From: Morganton, NC
By: ctyler


Avg. Rating:4.3
We were not real sure about this restaurant to start with. Yes, the building is older and the menu seemed small. The food though was excellent! I definitely recommend the She Crab Soup and the Chefs Tower which consist of shrimp, crab cake, salmon and mashed potatoes stacked atop one another. Prices were reasonable for the quality of food. Service was great but they do seem to try a little too hard to be upscale when the atmosphere just isn't.
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Mayor's House
Posted: May 13th, 2010 at 6:11 pm
From: stow , OH
By: rdd


Avg. Rating:2.3
I had a prime rib it was bad it tasted like it was two days old cold and just bad I would not eat there again
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Mayor's House
Posted: Mar 03rd, 2010 at 9:01 pm
From: georgetown, SC
By: cs


Avg. Rating:3
First let me say this is a fine restaurant with wonderful food. That being said I cannot tell you the how surprised we were when we noticed a small bug running around my husbands bread plate ! We quietly and discretely trapped it to show it to our waitress and were soon visited by one of the owners. He did assure us that he would take care of it. I guess we should have asked what that meant. We were all thinking that since our bill was well over $200.00 w/tip that some type of discount would be taken off our bill. Wrong.. Only an apology and a very late promise from the other owner that next time they would take care of us. Not even a free glass of wine (used to trap the offending bug). I guess we should have made a big fuss alerting the other diner's of our extra uninvited dinner guest. Maybe we would have been offered something more just to keep us quiet ! Final opinion. Good food but if something goes wrong don't expect the owners to care enough to make it right.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jan 20th, 2010 at 11:27 pm
From: Pawleys Island, S.C.
By: srm


Avg. Rating:1
The food was mediocre to the point of where we would ask for our money back if the waiterss didn't seem to need our tip. We felt sorry for her but it was apparent we should feel sorry for the state of the establishment. How wretched was the quality of the food that i was compelled to write this review. It was Sad.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jan 11th, 2010 at 10:43 am
From: Denton, NC
By: d.p.


Avg. Rating:5
My family and I are from North Carolina. We have eaten at many 5 star restaurants throughout our travels but The Mayor's House tops them all. Right when we walked in we were greeted by 3 women who stood right up for us. The one girl Brittany, who ended up being our server, asked us how many in our party and immediately seated us at a very nice table for 4 by a window overlooking the pond. Brittany again came back and delightfully told us that she would be our server for the evening, we were relieved. She explained the menu and specials with sincerity and then offered our teenagers some non-alcoholic drink choices wich I though was a nice touch. Brittany talked us into the fried lobster for our entrees and then she crab soup with our meals. It was all fabulous. When dessert came around we just couldn't refuse. We all had sundaes with chocolate syrup, whip creme, and cherries. We were getting ready to leave and the owners Chet & Karen asked us if we enjoyed our meal and we were told to return. We most definitely will return to see Brittany's smiling face and for the excellent lobster and she crab soup!
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Mayor's House
Posted: Oct 21st, 2009 at 2:46 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kg


Avg. Rating:4.8
My husband and I have lived here for seven years and just tried the Mayor's House. I don't know why we missed it for this long. Exceptional atmosphere and exceptional food from the homemade soup, I got the chicken, tomatoe bean (yummy) and my husband got the she crab. We are from Maryland and this soup is as delicious as any we had from there. A hint of sherry and thicker than a Phillips milky soup. Delicious!! Salads, mmmm. And for the entrees, my husband got the chicken and grits, better than any Louis' Fish Camp or any other I have had in this state. I got the Escargot over Linguine, very good. And for desert, a Strawberry Shortcake with a vanilla pudding, Heaven!!! I can not wait to go back to try everything on the menu. This restaurant will be a weekend tradition for us now. The absolute best food and service imaginable. Chef Gordon Ramsay should eat here - it is fantastic!!!
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Mayor's House
Posted: May 05th, 2009 at 4:39 pm
From: Staten Island, NY
By: mg


Avg. Rating:5
we had a wonderful time. The food was delicious: from the drinks,soup thru dessert. The service was very attentive, courteous, friendly and warm. There were four people on our party and each of us was delighted with our food and service. the shecrab soup was creamy and delicious. the grilled tilapia encrusted with onions was crunchy and the fish was moist ( again delicious) we sample the diferent desserts and were cery satisfied. I will recomend this restaurant to all my friends.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Sep 24th, 2008 at 10:02 pm
From: Plantation, FL
By: en


Avg. Rating:5
We had a wonderful experience - great ambience and very romantic and cozy. Cassandra was our server and could have not been nicer and attentive. Chef Joe came out and introduced himself and made sure everything was okay. We chatted for quite some time and by the end of our meal, we were chatting with Cassandra and Joe as if we knew them for a while. The food was excellent. I would highly recommend the Mayor's House and we are planning on returning before our vacation is over. Great Job!
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Mayor's House
Posted: Aug 25th, 2008 at 11:26 pm
From: Isle of Palms, SC
By: jj


Avg. Rating:4.3
We visited the Mayor's House on 8/24/08 and had a wonderful experience. We were shown to our table immediately, where our friends were already seated. Our waitress, Cassandra, promptly took our drink orders. The dining room (we sat in the front) was comfortably appointed with partitions that gave the impression of some privacy. We all had she crab soup, which was creamy and quite flavorful. I would have preferred a bit more crab meat, but that's a personal preference. We all enjoyed it. The bread was served warm with a cinnamon butter. The entrees were exceptional. Two people had the pork Osso Bucco, a tremendous portion served glazed and crispy, standing about 8" tall in the center of the plate, surrounded by mashed potatoes and spinach that had been flash fried. The meat fell off the bone and was delicious. The portion was so large, we took home enough to provide another dinner the following night. The crunchy texture and flavor of the spinach was a good complement to the pork. Others around the table ordered the Coquille St. Jacques, the Ocean Platter, (broiled jumbo shrimp, sea scallops & mahi filet) and Shrimp Monachina, (Jumbo shrimp, mushrooms & basil with white wine, marinara & melted mozzarella cheese over linguine). The presentations were quite attractive with ample portions and everyone really enjoyed the flavors. For dessert we had Praline Pecan Ice Cream Pie and triple chocolate cheese cake. Again, everyone was pleased. And the coffee was strong, which is the way we all like it. The service was relaxed, yet attentive. We were so busy talking, we asked Cassandra to give us a few minutes more than once. During dinner and again afterward, Michael, the chef, came out to make sure we were all happy. We told him we were glad we found The Mayor's House and we'd be returning soon.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jul 13th, 2008 at 8:15 pm
From: Pawleys Island, SC
By: jpo


Avg. Rating:2
I have lived in Pawleys Island for over 2 years. Since 1985, my job has involved extensive travel with approximately 400 meals eaten at various restaurants throughout the U.S. each year. My wife and I tried the Mayors House tonight; it was the worst meal in all the 25 years. With such choices as Franks, Bistro 217, Louis', Hanser House and others-- I don't know why anyone would eat here.

Their sauces are similar to canned gravies bought in the frozen food aisle.

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Mayor's House
Posted: Jun 29th, 2008 at 2:27 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: jb, tb


Avg. Rating:4.3
Our visit was on the spur of the moment. Our first impression was of a place that was trying to maintain the rustic outward appearance while offering a high level of service within.

The positives: We had a delicious meal served by a gracious and professional waitress. Chilled salad forks individually delivered on a napkin-covered tray! The salads were smaller than we like, and, though delicious, the dressings seemed a bit watery. Our entrees were very well prepared, well presented, and delicious. My wife is still drooling over the steak and bernaise sauce. We skipped desert, to make that a separate trip later.

The negatives: The prices were what we expected for the food and the level of service, but we find it amazing that over the years the management has not found it necessary to invest some of the profits on improving, or even maintaining, the interior. The wall decor appeared to be right out of the 70's, in fact appeared that it had not moved since then. The plaster ceiling overhead had been accumulating dirt around the AC vent for some time. It appeared that nothing had been updated since it was open. But when we came out of the bathrooms and noticed very worn door frames and dirty doors that's when the irony of it all struck us. A five star meal in a two star environment.

Will we go back? Maybe. No complaints at all about the food or service, but the environment detracts measurably from the experience.

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Mayor's House
Posted: Feb 14th, 2008 at 9:40 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: bb


Avg. Rating:5
Took my wife here tonight for a special Valentines Day dinner. The food was excellent, the service was superb (thank you Susan and Mike!). The entire experience was nothing short of fantastic. We WILL be repeat diners!
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Mayor's House
Posted: Sep 05th, 2007 at 9:41 am
From: Saxonburg, PA
By: rcb


Avg. Rating:5
We had dinner at The Mayor's House in August and we we're thrilled with our experience! This is now one of my all time favorite restaurants in Myrtle Beach! We thoroughly enjoyed our dinners and the service and atmosphere were perfect.

I had red snapper fixed California style, my wife had seared tuna. Both were fixed perfect and the she crab soup I had before my entree was so delicious it could have been dessert!

I met the owner and expressed how much we enjoyed our meal and how happy I was that they were once again in charge of this wonderful restaurant.

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Mayor's House
Posted: Aug 01st, 2007 at 5:31 pm
From: Nashville, TN
By: dac


Avg. Rating:4.3
This is one of our better restaurants in Pawleys Island. The spicey shrimp appetizer was good. I had red snapper and my wife had grouper (fresh catches of the day). Both were well prepared and the presentation was great! Our dessert was the la orange flambue' prepared at our table. It was great! Our waiter was attentive but not overly attentive to distract. The atmosphere is formal and is more a place for a romantic meal with your significant other. I will go again! I want to try their shrimp and grits to see if it measures up to Louis'. Good food! Good atmoshpere! Good service!
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jul 13th, 2007 at 6:31 pm
From: Chattanooga, TN
By: mdb


Avg. Rating:4.3
We have not been in the area for 10 years and were not familiar with the local "dives". We took a chance on this place and it paid off. I will plan on returning next year. I had the snapper low country style - was the best dish of the week for me.
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Mayor's House
Posted: May 26th, 2007 at 9:22 pm
From: Greensboro , NC
By: bab


Avg. Rating:4.7
We just finished a marvelous meal at Mayor's. The food was delicious and the service was wonderful. I had the shrimp and scallop key west and my husband had the trigger fish Idaho style. Our children had the ribs and fried shrimp and ate every bite. Be sure to leave room for the custard crepes l'orange which is lit table side and is quite a show! Mayor's will definately be on our "must visit again list" for our next visit to the beach.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jan 29th, 2007 at 3:17 pm
From: murrells inlet, SC
By: rw


Avg. Rating:5
I am so glad Chet and Karen have taken back the Mayor's House. Once again, the food was fantastic as well as the wait staff and friendliness of everyone.

It was a pleasure having such top quality of food again. In addition to their regular menu, they now offer a children's menu as well as a vegetarian menu.

Kuddos to Chet and Karen. We're glad your back! We had a wonderful meal.

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Mayor's House
Posted: Jan 11th, 2007 at 2:20 pm
From: Wilmington, NC
By: nlp


Avg. Rating:3
We will not be returning. We were a party of four and the service was inadequate. When we asked about the inattentive service, the response was "we're very busy tonight". There were numerous empty tables around us. The lobster was overcooked, they reluctantly agreed to replace it, which didn't arrive till well after everyone finished their meals. To make matters worse, they overcharged us by $100 on a bottle of wine. When we pointed it out, the server was not very apologetic about this, merely saying that he'd fix it. On a positive note, the remaining meals were very good. It was the service, or possibly just our server that made this an unpleasant experience for all of us.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Dec 23rd, 2006 at 11:49 pm
From: Richmond , VA
By: pli


Avg. Rating:5
I have been to many restaurants, but this one has them all beaten. The food was wonderful, the presentation, above any place else in the area. The service is prompt and professional. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone that is in the Pawleys Island or Litchfield area. The review written about bad chicken, I feel that that person did not know fine dining, they even admitted that in the comment. I would never listen to such a review. The Mayor's House would be our first choice for any of the restaurants in the Pawleys Area.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Dec 23rd, 2006 at 6:42 pm
From: MELBOURNE, FL
By: tbd


Avg. Rating:4.5
This place is a diamond-in-the-ruff. They have a unigue menu and if everything is as good as the Grouper fish special I had, then wow! We have eaten at several other places in Pawleys Island and think the food here is better by far compared to similar restaurants of the same cuisine.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Dec 05th, 2006 at 11:10 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: ah


Avg. Rating:3.3
We had an awful experience. We had a large party and 3 of us got the chicken. It has an awful smell when she brought it to us. I assumed it was the sauce and started eating it anyway assuming that since I wasn't used to such elabarate dining that it was just me. I then realized that the chicken had a spoiled smell and tasted funny. They did take it back and we did not pay for the entree but managment should have came out and apoligized. We were never made to feel like they were there to satisfy us. We waited close to an hour for our food and the bills were all messed up and took numerous times to fix them all. I have never been there before but know I will never go back. I think the waitress tried not to be irritated but I feel she was put out with us and that didn't make things any easier.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jul 16th, 2006 at 8:21 pm
From: Clemmons, NC
By: e.s.g.


Avg. Rating:4.8
We go to the Mayor's House every year at Pawleys. The shrimp and grits are wonderful and the service is always great. Meals are between $16-24 and worth every penny.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jul 07th, 2006 at 10:25 am
From: Lawrenceville, GA
By: ct


Avg. Rating:4.7
We ate at the Mayors House on Jul 6, we had no reservation and were seated immediately at a nice table for 2, right by the window overlooking the pond. The table settings are very nice, with black clothes and plates, and antique looking silverware. I substituted the she crab soup for the side house salad and it was a great decision. We had the fish of the day: my wife ordered the grouper prepared San Francisco style, I took the snapper, prepared low country style (lots of bell peppers and a fried goat cheese). Our waitress Mary took very good care of us, made some suggestions and almost tempted us to take the "crepes a l'orange" for desert. We had enough food already, so we will come back for the crepes.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jul 04th, 2006 at 2:46 pm
From: Bristol, VA
By: adfe


Avg. Rating:2.5
Our dining exprience on june 18 2006 was far below the level of distinction we have had the five previous summers. We were seated next to a table which had not been cleared and was not cleared until we were midway through our entrees. Food was cold, server was sarcastic and the "entertainment" a joke. We were very disappointed. Dining there was always something we looked forward to and enjoyed at least three times during our two weeks at the beach. So sad that the new owner has not maintained the fine reputation developed by the previous management..
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Mayor's House
Posted: Jun 26th, 2006 at 8:33 am
From: Lake Wylie, SC
By: jp


Avg. Rating:4
My wife and I ate at the Mayors House on 6/24/06 and had a great meal and dining experience. We had no reservations but were seated immediatly by the window overlooking the little pond out front. Our waiter was very good and took care of us the whole time. My wife had grouper fixed the low country way. I had baby shrimp and lump crab. Both were excellent. There was live music being played and it really set the mood...the guy could really sing!! This place is for those wanting to get away from the "fried fish" places that dominate the area. We definitely highly recommend this place.
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Mayor's House
Posted: May 16th, 2006 at 4:47 pm
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: rw


Avg. Rating:2.8
Reservations were made for a specific dining room. When we arrived, the waitress took us to a different dining room. When we objected, she showed us to a table in the dining room we made our reservations in. Our waiter came over right away and took our drink order. We then waited 15 minutes before our waiter came back with our drinks. Then, after waiting another 30 minutes, we finally had to find someone to bring us bread and butter. There was no management around the entire evening. The service was horrible. The quality of the food was poor. Unfortunately, the standards that The Mayior's House once had have dropped. It is not what it use to be. It appears as if there is no "hands on". A restaurant cannot run by itself. It is unfortunate that a successful restaurant has fallen down to the level it has. The quality of food is poor in relation to the prices. When we left there was no one around to talk to.What a shame for such a lovely restaurant to have such low standards.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Dec 14th, 2005 at 8:31 am
From: Myrtle beach, SC
By: mbc


Avg. Rating:4.5
11-21-05 The Mayors House is a dining treat for SC. We dined there on November 21st, 2005. Not only is the seafood cooked perfect, it looks as good as it tastes. My wife had the rack of lamb special with lobster tails and we have yet to find any place that can prepare this dish. Our service was excellent. We will be back soon and pass the word.
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Mayor's House
Posted: Sep 27th, 2005 at 8:57 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: pm


Avg. Rating:4
We enjoyed our meal, the Shrimp and Grits were very good with the unusual addition of goat cheese and the Veal Oscar,

She Crab soup and dessert were also well prepared and very good.

The service was excellent, but the atmosphere is rather drab and dull and our table overlooked a weedy pond.

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Mayor's House
Posted: Aug 15th, 2005 at 2:25 pm
From: Manasquan , NJ
By: alb


Avg. Rating:5
I have been to many a restaurant and the Mayor's House was very very good, the service was the best I have seen, the food was awesome and the wine was even better. They are not just a seafood restaurant they also have Lamb, Beef, Filet Mignon, Osso Bucco, and many more things, and the Best She Crab Soup. The next time I am in the Litchfield area, I will go back to The Mayor's House Restaurant.
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