They have everything...and I mean everything. Most of the item is fried. The fried green tomatoes are outstanding!
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When my in laws visit, we usually end up visiting Silver Bay. And we're never disappointed. It's not a 'fine dining' restaurant. But I've never had anything but a lovely meal at Silver Bay, and nor has anyone else in my family. Plus, it is...More
The food was great. The service was fast and courtesy. Fish camp style seafood. My husbands grilled shrimp was very good. The portions were generous. This place was off the beaten path both it was worth the drive! We would definitely return.
We live about an hour away but drive by Silver Bay in Greenville when going to Clemson/Lake Hartwell every so often. Usually when you sit down they give you hot hushpuppies and when you order your drink they bring you a small pitcher of your...More
Usually go to the one in Easley. This one had really good service, but some of the food wasn't very good. My daughter had the pork chops, which she deemed excellent. My husband liked his steak. But the hamburger steak I had was bad. Never...More
My husband and I stoppin for lunch today with our RV. There was plenty of parking. The food was wonderful and the service was excellent. I had the grilled perch. It was cooked beautifully! My husband had fried perch and a side of chicken livers....More
I got the fried lobster, skewered grilled shrimp & snow crab legs. It was a trio for $19.99 & it rocked. Everything was cooked to perfection The salad was good as wellas the hush puppies & babed sweet potatoe. Everything was served fast & hot....More
During this visit to Silver Bay I found that the food was okay, but not as good as it was when I last visited. The shrimp were overcooked and the fish filet was full of bones. The service, however, was outstanding! Our server took really...More
Great seafood at a great price! Place is larger than it looks from the road. Plenty of parking out back. Food was cooked perfect and great service. Tried to eat seafood while up in Charleston, Wv. They sure could learn something from southern hospitality. I'm...More