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Parsons Table

American Restaurant in Little River

 
Parsons Table
Rated: 3.6 out of 5 with 50 Reviews

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Parsons Table
Hwy 17 North
Little River
843-249-3702
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Parsons Table
Posted: Feb 22nd, 2015 at 12:11 pm
From: Jackson, MI
By: mlw


Avg. Rating:4.2
The food was really good but the bread was awful. The cornbread was ok but the 2 different kinds of hard rolls were really bad.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Nov 21st, 2011 at 10:42 pm
From: Ellwood City, PA
By: jb


Avg. Rating:5
We had our reception dinner at the Parson's Table after a beach wedding on September 17, 2011. The atmosphere of the "old church" provided the theme we were looking for. We initially found this restaurant on TripAdvisor. I have been coming to MB for 20 yrs and have missed this gem. We made all arrangements on-line and by phone and I need to say thank you to Aileen! She was very helpful in seeing that our reception plans all came together. The service, food and overall rating for this restaurant is exceptional. We will definatley be back.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Nov 20th, 2011 at 7:58 am
From: Washington, DC
By: vic & barb


Avg. Rating:4.8
We looked this place up on the internet prior to our trip in order to find a decent place to eat. The reviews reflected a nice and tasty restaurant with reasonable prices. We are very happy to report we concur!!! The old church setting was very interesting (once my wife got past her catholic hesitations of eating in a sanctuary...LOL). The food was incredible and our waitress allowed ample time to enjoy each facet of our meal and didn't make us feel like they needed to turn the table over for more customers. The prices were extremely reasonable for the quality of dining experience they provide. Its a bit off the beaten path from the main strip resort near the Boardwalk, but well worth the venture if you've got a POV at your disposal. We look forward to visiting this establishment again during future visits. P.S.: You gotta try the cornbread!!!
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Parsons Table
Posted: Dec 29th, 2010 at 6:20 am
From: Stow, OH
By: lkd


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I got married on Aug 5th, 2010. It was just the 2 of us and we traveled from Ohio. The hair stylist recommended The Parsons Table to us when I asked her if she had any suggestions on where we could have our wedding dinner. Our limo driver confirmed we would not regret dining there so off we went. We walked in everyone congratulated us and treated us like royalty. Everything was fantastic. We started out with the cold seafood sampler which was out of this world. (The smoked salmon was to die for) I had the lobster tail and my husband had the filet. I can't say enough about The Parsons Table. It is high end but worth every dollar. I am so thankful we were told about it. It was the icing on the cake to our intimate wedding. As I sit here in Ohio, I am counting down the days to our first Anniv and hope we are able to travel back to MB, SC. Not for the sun or surf but for another evening at The Parsons Table.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Sep 02nd, 2010 at 8:05 am
From: Fort Wayne, IN
By: jrs


Avg. Rating:5
Excellent. World class food. Restaurant has very interesting and entertaining history. Atmosphere very relaxing and service superb. Let this restaurant put a little relaxed elegance in your night out.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Aug 23rd, 2010 at 9:14 pm
From: Munhall, PA
By: kp


Avg. Rating:4.8
My husband and I ate there because we are always looking for local fare when we go to Myrtle. We were very pleasantly surprised with how wonderful this place was. The food was more than excellent and the service was outstanding. The ambiance of it being an old church added a very nice touch. We will definetely add this place to our list of favorites in Myrtle.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jul 15th, 2010 at 12:43 pm
From: Hendersonville, TN
By: crs


Avg. Rating:5
I finally found it. Been going to Myrtle Beach for 50 years and this is absolutely the best restaurant I have been to. The prices are very reasonable the service was fantastic and the food was excellent. We go "to the beach" six to seven times a year and will make "The Table" a have to every time we go.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jun 15th, 2010 at 5:30 pm
From: manchester, CT
By: bal


Avg. Rating:4.5
Great stain glass windows from churches. I had roasted duck breast, a little fatty, excellent. Hubby had scallops and shrimp in sauce, excellent, very tasty, scallops done perfectly. A little pricey. Service good. Standard green salad with house dressing was fun. Served at table with funky dishes. I do wish white table cloth resteurants would offer fresh ground pepper (from the huge pepper grinders) like the old days.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Mar 12th, 2010 at 11:11 am
From: Lake Ronkonkoma, NY
By: mr


Avg. Rating:5
We went there for Valentines Day, all the way from New York. We were down for a weeks vacation. I emailed before letting them we would be there for the 14th. It was great and so was the food. Love that place!
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Parsons Table
Posted: Nov 30th, 2009 at 8:55 pm
From: Ocean Isle Beach, NC
By: dl


Avg. Rating:5
Parson's Table is one of my very favorite places to go for a special meal - my husband took me there for my birthday and we were not disappointed. The food and the service were excellent and the atmosphere was so inviting. It has been a couple of months ago so I dont remember what we ordered but I do remember it was wonderful. We had a reservation and did not wait at all, even though it was in the summer season. We will definitely be back again soon.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Oct 21st, 2009 at 10:51 pm
From: LIttle River, SC
By: ksk


Avg. Rating:5
I've always loved the dinner experience at Parsons Table, now I've had the pleasure of partaking in their Sunday Brunch. Killer quiche, you have to try it. Can't remember all the selections, but the menu's diverse. Includes Chicken Ceasar Salad if you're breakfast appetite has passed, or a beautiful yogurt, granola and fruit parfait if you want to eat "light"...though you still get choice of great sides like cheese grits, seasoned home fries, sausage and bacon. Fortunately, I go out with people who don't mind sharing...I've tasted the scratch made biscuits and gravy, Crabcakes Benedict, French Toast stuffed with some sort of vanilla cream cheese filling, topped with blueberry compote...yum. And, there are omelets, of course. Had my first Bellini, not to be my last. Presentation's lovely, beats the buffets any day. Next time I think perhaps the smoked salmon with capers...accompanied by a Mimosa...or maybe an Espresso Martini...
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Parsons Table
Posted: Aug 18th, 2009 at 1:31 pm
From: Cleveland, OHIO
By: sk


Avg. Rating:5
This was our first time here and have been coming to MB for 31 years. The food and service was great. The salad was good with their house dressing. I would suggest ordering the Prime Rib or Shrimp/Scallops sauteed.

The service was great and they accomodated my sister who is vegan. My family suggests to anyone looking for a great dinner.

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Parsons Table
Posted: Jul 30th, 2009 at 12:50 pm
From: Little River, SC
By: mlw


Avg. Rating:4.5
We live just a couple of blocks from the Parson's Table but haven't been there for several years. We dined there last night and I must say it was the best meal I've had in many, many months. I ordered the fillet stuffed with crabmeat topped with bernaise and my husband ordered the salmon. Along with the fresh green beans, tasty potatoes, salads and Clois de Bois, it was a most satisfying and delicious meal. We won't wait another few years before returning again.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Apr 15th, 2009 at 5:05 pm
From: winterville, NC
By: dm


Avg. Rating:4.8
The wife and I went there for our 4th wedding anniversary. We always try to do it up for these special occasions and we werent disappointed at this restaurant. We started out in the bar, I had a mango martini while the wife had a merlot by jekel. Both were good. Our appetizer was oysters rockefeller. 6 for $10 is a little pricey but they were awesome. The salad and bread was unlimited. The wifes main course was the rack of lamb which was about $29. Im not a fan of lamb but my wife loved it. I got the 16-oz ribeye for $27. These babies are aged for about 3 weeks and I ordered it medium rare. A wonderful steak full of flavor. All of the sides were also excellent. Cant remember the waiter's name but he was very knowlegable and helpful. The menu has a little bit of everything so we already know we are going again. Not cheap, but very much worth the money..
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Parsons Table
Posted: Feb 19th, 2009 at 10:17 pm
From: Little River, SC
By: rsm


Avg. Rating:4.7
I had the pleasure of dining at The Parsons Table recentlt and want to comment on the memorable experience. The service staff was cordial and efficient. This time my friend and I shared the Prince Edward Island mussels for an appetizer and as always found them to be prepared to perfection. The new spinach salad was crisp and tasty with bleu cheese and raspberry vinaigrette. I had the seared duck breast which was prepared to perfection and succulent. My friend had the rack of lamb which she felt was the best she had ever eaten, I hope to get back again soon.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Feb 16th, 2009 at 2:42 pm
From: High Point, NC
By: rrl


Avg. Rating:4.5
Arrived at 7:15 PM on Valentine's night for a 7:30 PM reservation. Was seated by 7:35 PM. Our order for bottle of wine and entrees was placed in a timely manner. David (our waiter) was very good. Length of time for food to be served from kitchen was POOR. Noticed couples that had been seated after us receiving their food. When we left at 9:40 PM, I mentioned problem to dark-haired hostess. She stated that restaurent had served 300 people. When I mentioned that other people received their meal before us even though they had been seated 30 minutes after us, she acted like it was my fault. Slow kitcehn service and her attitude ruined my night. I have eaten at restaurant on many occasions before and always been well pleased.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Oct 16th, 2008 at 3:34 pm
From: Ruscombmanor Twp., PA
By: jjb


Avg. Rating:4.7
My wife and I recently were in North Myrtle Beach on vacation. As we have done for many years, we always make it a point to have dinner at Parson's Table. We have never been disappointed. My wife had the Prime Rib and I had the fish special. Both were excellent and my wife rated the prime rib as the best she has ever had anywhere. My fish dinner was supurb. I have highly recommended this establishment to all of my friends and none of them have ever been disappointed. Keep up the good work.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Sep 29th, 2008 at 10:10 pm
From: Calabash, NC
By: rj


Avg. Rating:4.2
As a "local" and restaurant employee its always hard for me to decide on an establishment to dine at when family comes to visit. My cousin and I decided to try it out and to my delight it was wonderful!!!! I work locally and I have to say the quality of the filet and the whole meal in general was absolutely amazing. My husband and I will be making this a regular, local dining out spot!
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Parsons Table
Posted: Aug 05th, 2008 at 4:44 pm
From: Carolina Shores, NC
By: wfk


Avg. Rating:4.2
We moved to NC 2 years ago and eat here fairly often. The atmosphere, the service from Brenda, Shannon or Joanne and the food are always excellent.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jul 06th, 2008 at 2:10 pm
From: Richmond, VA
By: blk


Avg. Rating:2.7
July 2008 -- This was the worst dining experience of our vacation. We had such wonderful memories of eating at The Parson's Table in years past, but this was a disaster. We had reservations for 10. All 10 of us were very disappointed in our food. The prime rib was too tough to cut. The sea food was almost inedible. The steak and oysters was not a good combination. We should have complained then, but we did not. Our server was obnoxious, offering us no opportunity to order appetizers and seemed offended when we did order them anyway. We couldn't wait to leave and will definitely never return!
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jun 28th, 2008 at 4:11 pm
From: Miami, FL
By: aj


Avg. Rating:4.7
Nice waiting area and bar. Well made drinks.Reservations a must. Our table was ready on time. Outstanding surroundings. Nice trip outside of Disneyland food.(Mrytle Beach). Food was very good and I would go again.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jun 22nd, 2008 at 1:50 pm
From: Littlestown, PA
By: mll


Avg. Rating:5
We visited the restaurant for the first time last week and can't stop talking about the fabulous food and atmosphere. I tried the grilled duck breast with raspberry demi glace and savored every scrumptious bite! The duck was perfectly cooked - everyone in our party loved their chosen dish and we can't wait to go back. I do agree with the reviewer who said the chairs were uncomfortable, but that is my one and only negative point. Fantastic restaurant!
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Parsons Table
Posted: Apr 04th, 2008 at 6:37 pm
From: Calabash, NC
By: cd


Avg. Rating:4.7
What can I say about the best restaurant in the area. My husband & I love it there. Guaranteed excellent service & food. Great! Great! Great! Don't miss out on this place!!!
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Posted: Apr 01st, 2008 at 4:33 pm
From: pleasant mount, PA
By: mla


Avg. Rating:4
Easter sunday was a treat at your restaurant-had pecan chicken with shitake mushrooms in bourbon sauce ******** there was nothing wrong at your restaurant. Overall enjoyment--i would like to have the recipe if I may. First time in south carolina and the meal is still on my mind.-mla.
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Posted: Feb 19th, 2008 at 1:37 pm
From: Sumter, SC
By: rhb


Avg. Rating:4.8
First of all, I would like to compliment the Hostess and her understanding of seating my girlfriend and I in area where there was no small children. The hostess asked me if that would be okay to wait and I accepted. The wait staff was very personable and courteous in their manners dealing with us as their guests. Food was brought out in a timely manner. The food was very good, starting from the cheese and crackers, to the house salad, and the full course meal. I would recommend this place of fine dining to anyone who likes historic places and non chain restaurants.
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Posted: Feb 08th, 2008 at 8:39 pm
From: Greenvlle, OH
By: jmt


Avg. Rating:4
My parents have been going to the Parson's table for 12 years and until this year it was ther favorte restaurant. In the past, there were a lot of patrons there, We were there at 7 pm on a Friday night and there were very few people.

We had dinner there......... 6 meals, two of us had the ribeye with the red onion marmalade - it was excellent. Four of them had meals that were horriible..

Two of us had Little River Shrimp and Sea Scallops - the shrimp was overcooked and the scallops were flavorless, undercooked and mushy.......rice was good..

The Cornbreaded flounder - was nothing special at all..

My dad had scallops, they were undercooked and flavorless..

It is their last trip to the Parson's table.....it's a shame as the restaurant is darlng........but we all agree if you are in the mood for a great meal go to Greg Norman's Austrailan Grill......food was outstand there as was the presentation.

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Parsons Table
Posted: Jan 09th, 2008 at 6:45 pm
From: Holden Beach, NC
By: km


Avg. Rating:2.7
So many of our friends love this restaurant, but after eating there once years ago, we weren't really fans. A friend talked us into trying it again between Thanksgiving and Christmas -I'm glad that he paid. The food was okay, but the service was SO lousy that it was almost comic, because we weren't expecting a lot. Our waitress was in a really bad mood and if I knew her name, I'd tell you. We were never offered refills on coffee, tea or water, during our entire meal. I did ask nicely for more water and our waitress brought only my water, not one else got refills until they specifically asked for them too. There are so many nice restaurants in North or Myrtle, with actual SERVERS. (people who SERVE their customers) Duh.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jan 07th, 2008 at 3:04 am
From: Little River, SC
By: bls


Avg. Rating:2.7
For a first and last time visit, the four of us had the worst dining experience ever in MB. I had heard from others that the food was not so good, and we had to try it for ourselves. They were right! 3 of 4 dinners served were not edible and promptly returned. The owner was gracious enough to remove the dinners from our bill, but that does not compensate for the quality of the meals served. Very disappointing as it is a lovely setting to have dinner.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Nov 20th, 2007 at 3:37 pm
From: macon, GA
By: rb


Avg. Rating:4.2
Have eaten there several times & always recommend to friends searching for a great place that's not a chain. Service is excellent and food is terrific.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Aug 18th, 2007 at 2:02 pm
From: New York City, NY
By: lm


Avg. Rating:4.7
The Parson's Table is quite different than the other restaurants in Myrtle Beach. It was nice to get "dressed up" and go to a finer establishment, rather than the typical buffets ("yuck") and the fried food places. The meal was good, but the atmosphere was even better.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Aug 02nd, 2007 at 4:47 pm
From: wa, WA
By: js


Avg. Rating:5
Wonderful food and excellent service. Had a large party made reservations for 20. Our waitress Jody was wonderful. She catered to us and we had a delicious meal. All ordered something different and everyone enjoyed. The salad is wonderful. The staff makes you feel at home. They are all friendly and eager to when when asked. Would be going back year after year.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jul 27th, 2007 at 12:21 pm
From: Little River, NC
By: bpj


Avg. Rating:3.3
The food here is excellent, but, in our experience, it came with a not-so-delectable side dish of aloofness. Some of our party arrived about 5 minutes after our reservation time, and we were treated coldly. This restaurant rests on its laurels. It is a favorite spot -- and they make sure that you know that. A constructive criticism is that they need to pay more attention to customer relations and less on admiring the reflection of their own image.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jul 04th, 2007 at 4:27 pm
From: lancaster , OHIO
By: er


Avg. Rating:3.2
I have eaten there twice one meal I had was decent but when I went back the next year and I was served overcooked shrimp and bad mussels.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Jun 26th, 2007 at 6:28 pm
From: Hendersonville, NC
By: sg


Avg. Rating:3
After reading so many good reviews my wife and I ate at PT. What a disapointment! I ordered a ribeye steak, my wife ordered shrimp and scallops. The steak was virtually inedible. It was the toughest steak I've EVER been served. The scallops were good. The shrimp were rubberized. All the vegetables were very over cooked. The service was great and the steak was removed from our bill. The atmosphere is cute in the old church section. In the added on section they apparently decided they didn't need the help of a designer. Guess what, they did. It's quite stark.

Sorry folks, there must be better choices.

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Parsons Table
Posted: May 28th, 2007 at 10:03 am
From: Greensboro, NC
By: bjr


Avg. Rating:4.2
Beautiful, beautiful restaurant! Mr. Frye's efforts to salvage for posterity those stained glass windows AND the church, and his vision for combining the two, is to be lauded and emulated, if possible. We arrived early for our reservation (7:30), but was able to be seated before our reserved time. Our waitress, Heather, was very attentive (but not intrusively so) and added so much charm to our experience. Our compliments to the chef for an outstanding meal for both of us. Can hardly wait to return!
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Parsons Table
Posted: May 23rd, 2007 at 1:19 pm
From: Cornelius, N.C.
By: g.t.mckinney


Avg. Rating:5
I have been visting Myrtle Beach, Little River area for over 40 years, about 6 years ago our accountant,CPA, recommended we try....rather...... "If you don"t , you can't believe what you"re missing "....... The Parson"s Table...This recommendation has led us to our favorite dining experience of all the Grand Strans"s finest.....We book a dinner at least once each year , and last year it was so good, we came back the next night....I would recommend advance reservations, otherwise it may be a long wait.........The word"s out., and it"s really good.......
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Parsons Table
Posted: May 20th, 2007 at 11:38 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: l.a.


Avg. Rating:4
I loved the cornbread encrusted grouper, the suggested wine was very good and reasonably priced, and the service was excellent. My only complaint is that the chairs were very uncomfortable. It felt like we were sitting in church. It seems it would be worth their money to invest in some new and more comfortable chairs.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Apr 08th, 2007 at 9:10 pm
From: Delavan, WI
By: rw


Avg. Rating:4.5
Our first trip to Myrtle Beach and the short drive to Little River was well worth the trip. We're from a resort area in WI and have many fine restaurants and The Parson's Table doesn't take a back seat to any of them. The food, service, and atmosphere were all outstanding and the prices were reasonable. We'll probably vacation in the area again and will certainly make The Parson's Table a "must do".
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Parsons Table
Posted: Feb 24th, 2007 at 4:14 pm
From: Glenwood, MD
By: jms


Avg. Rating:4.2
For fine dining, this cannot be beaten. You'll be treated like royalty and the atmosphere is truly unique. Quirky though, there is only one kind of salad and you have a choice of one dressing--the house dressing. The salad is nice, but other choices would be equally nice. Great service, nice atmosphere, good food.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Dec 26th, 2006 at 7:17 pm
From: Fairfax, VA
By: fpk


Avg. Rating:4.8
We travel quite a bit, and Parson's Table rates as one of the top five restaurants we have ever eaten in. Their food is always beautifully prepared and presented, the flavor top notch. Their beef is always done to our liking, and the seafood dishes rank as good as that of any major restaurant in the country. Manhattan lovers will really like the way this drink is prepared. Fine wine selection at not outrageous prices. We rarely eat desserts, but at this restaurant we almost always make an exception. Best of the Beach. In fact best of the entire Southeastern US. First Class. Will be eating dinner there on New Year's eve.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Dec 13th, 2006 at 12:47 pm
From: Edison, NJ
By: ru


Avg. Rating:4.5
Great Winelist. Fair Prices. Good Food. Will always eat here at least once, every time I come to Myrtle Beach.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Oct 25th, 2006 at 2:25 pm
From: St. Clair, MI.
By: rgw


Avg. Rating:4.8
We have been dining at the parson's table each winter season for the pasr ten years. We have tried most of the seafood and beef entrees but I believe their baby back ribs are the best I have ever tasted. We plan on dining there several times this winter season. The murray family make certain of your satisfaction. The house salad is a must..
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Parsons Table
Posted: Sep 18th, 2006 at 10:46 am
From: Sanford, NC
By: pmc


Avg. Rating:2.7
We were a party of eight, were offered seating in the traffic flow area, asked for a different table and were seated in another room without too much fanfare.

Although most were generally satisfied with their meals, I have never had a more disappointing lobster tail. It was extremely salty and without much flavor beyond the salt. It did not taste fresh as I would have expected being in an ocean community. As for the service the waitress mumbled something incoherent into my ear about remaking my dinner so that all but two of us were served initially. This was not the restaurant experience I was led to believe it would be and I'll likely not return.

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Parsons Table
Posted: Sep 08th, 2006 at 4:14 pm
From: Nottingham, MD
By: cb


Avg. Rating:4.7
Perhaps the best food in the Grand Starnd area. I've never had a better rack of lamb then that at the Parson's Table. Prices are slightly high but certainly not out of reach. Highly recommend.
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Parsons Table
Posted: May 09th, 2006 at 10:32 pm
From: Laurinburg, NC
By: ws


Avg. Rating:5
My wife and I had a wonderful dining experience at the Parsons Table. This has to be the best fine dining in the area.

Their wine selection is outstanding as is the service.

Truly worth every penny.

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Parsons Table
Posted: Mar 30th, 2006 at 11:35 am
From: Elizabethton, TN
By: msd


Avg. Rating:4.7
What unique surroundings! The roughhewn beauty of the interior and stained glass of this old church was a special setting for an excellent meal. An extremely comprehensive wine list is available and at the lowest prices we have EVER seen. (Many are about retail, which is unheard of) The noise level was slightly higher than utopian, but that comes with the ambience.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Dec 26th, 2005 at 7:27 am
From: Brielle, NJ
By: aa


Avg. Rating:4.7
Also been coming here for as long as I can remember and never had anthing but a great meal. Early Bird Specials are not to be missed for the price and love the ambiance. Ed is a treat when he sings his tearjerkers, not to be missed!! Been sending friends here for years, never anything but a "10" Love the family style salad!!
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Parsons Table
Posted: Sep 24th, 2005 at 5:41 pm
From: North Myrtle Beach, SC
By: lh


Avg. Rating:5
Local here!!!! Fine dining at its best.

We have been coming here for 12 years and it is a treat.

The food and service is great.

All dishes are great!!!!

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Parsons Table
Posted: Aug 15th, 2005 at 9:50 am
From: Pittsburgh, PA,
By: etc


Avg. Rating:4.8
I am surprised there are not more reviews . Absotutely one of the best restaurants around. Everything we've had has been prepared superbly. The filet mignon is a personal favorite. I marked it down one for noise since the owner sometimes is prone to sing "Happy Birthday " or "Irish Eyes" to a patron when the spirit moves him.
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Parsons Table
Posted: Feb 05th, 2005 at 12:06 pm
From: Lake Oswego, OR
By: reh


Avg. Rating:5
We travel from Oregon to Myrtle Beach every year to experience that warm, southern sunshine and hospitality. We read, soak up the sun, and our biggest decision of the day is where to have dinner that evening. Invariably we are drawn back to Parsons Table for its superior quality dinners and quiet ambience. The early bird specials are wonderful, but often we wander into the main menu for its expanded chioces. Our all-time favorites are Little River Shrimp and Scallops and, when available, the Carpetbagger. Dependable and consistent, this restaurant can't be beat!
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