“Family owned and operated for over 40 years”
Family owned and operated 40 year established restaurant. A tiny place with people stretching around the corner of the building. The seadfood platters offer an abundant amount of food. If you don't like seafood there's hamburgers and grilled chicken sandwiches. Closed Mondays. A part of Calabash history, the Calabash Seafood Hut was opened by local Virgil Coleman back in 1961. Back then it went by the name “Calabash Drive-in,” There they served up hamburgers and seafood at the curbside. These days the restaurant remains in the same family’s hands. Sisters Marilyn Howarth and Gail Russ, Coleman’s daughters, run the restaurant. But the family says they have no plans to expand stating that it would be the same if they did. For years many newspapers and magazines have sung the praises of the Calabash Seafood Hut for both its food and and great service. Coastal Living Magazine recently named it “Best Pick on the East Coast for its shrimp, scallop, fish and clam chowder”.
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Calabash Seafood Hut
- Sun, Tue - Sat: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
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