When is the best time to go to the salty dog? Late? Early? And what time?
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來自 Jerry H 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
Well... We visited the establishment in south beach at sea pines resort. Always busy! Got be in a hurry, it took us 3 hours total.... But we had a party of 12
Are they gluten-free friendly?
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I don't recall any specifics on the menu about being gluten free, but they were very accommodating in general and there were plenty of gluten free options from my recollection.
My wife and I went to Myrtle Beach about 10 years ago and had hush puppies that were unlike anything we could get in Ohio (we have more "savory" hush puppies around us and all we knew)...we went to a small seafood joint and were BLOWN AWAY by the hush puppies (which were more sweet and served with a sweet cream butter). We then had a few other hush puppies (all in the same vein...sweet) and loved them. Ever since then, we'll ask people and restaurants about hush puppies that are sweet and either they look at us like we're crazy or they say "yes our hush puppies are great" and they bring them out and they are the same old thing. :( Literally, 10 years later, we've not found anywhere that does hush puppies like that area of Myrtle Beach.
Then we went to Hilton Head and the Salty Dog and it was like the clouds parted and the angels sang as we bit into the sweet, fluffy hush puppies!
I am astounded that we seem to be the only people that are focused on these hush puppies...I can't find other locations that do them or recipes that replicate or people that even know what I'm talking about. I was beginning to think we were alone in this; then I saw Kayla's review and feel just a tad vindicated.
Is anyone familiar with these hush puppies and know where we can find similar styles?