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Joe Loves Lobster Rolls, 12036 Ocean Highway (Pawleys Island): Spring 2018   2 comments

Posted at 12:22 am in closing

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Joe Loves was the follow-on in this location to The Ship's Pub, which was the follow-on to Sam's Corner for which the building was built.

I noticed Joe Loves around New Years of 2018, and according to The Hilton Head Island Packet, it had opened here on 5 December 2017. What I did not know was that it had actually relocated from Ridgeland, which, if you look at the map, is quite a good distance away.

Given that the real estate sign mentions that the fixtures are all in place, I expect to see another restaurant here before too long.

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  1. Sam's Corner lasted a lot longer than most restaurants and shops at the beach. I try to tell folks to dine and shop while they can because you don't ever know if it will be there next time.

    How many different names has the restaurant at the hammock shops had?

    ED

    11 Apr 18 at 5:10 pm

  2. There are still Sam's Corner locations in Garden City & North Myrtle Beach, so you can still get your dog on there.

    The big restaurant at The Hammock Shops was most recently Pawley's Prime and closed sometime last year. Currently the main building is being used as a botique (though the whole space is not filled) and the porch/bar which was most recently a sushi place is totally vacant.

    BisQit, in a side building is still open, and I assume the walk-up snocone, hotdog place will be open in-season.

    ted

    11 Apr 18 at 11:12 pm

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