Georgia Sea Grill
407 Mallery St.
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
St. Simons Island is a vacation destination that’s made up of a variety of intriguing features. From lighthouses to hiking trails, salt marshes to tree carvings, it seems there’s something made to captivate around every corner. The variety of activities, entertainment, and options for exploration is what often brings visitors back year after year. In equal measure, guests looking to explore their way across St. Simons Island through flavor will find more than they imagined possible. While it’s not difficult to find everything from local fare to restaurants that specialize in international infusion, there’s something special about the seafood sourced directly from the island’s waters. When you’re looking for a place to dine that combines and elegant atmosphere and the very best of savory seafood, look no further than Georgia Sea Grill.
A One of a Kind Stop
Situated at 407 Mallery Street, Georgia Sea Grill is a combination restaurant and wine bar that draws in visitors and locals alike looking to enjoy a sophisticated St Simons seafood meal that’s packed with flavor and friendly service. Georgia Sea Grill is located in the heart of the Pier Village, making it a convenient dining stop when you’ve spent the day exploring St. Simons Island hot spots. Look for the blue fish awning when you arrive before stepping inside and settling in at a beautifully set table. Reservations are highly recommended for group dining as this is a destination that tends to fill up fast. Private dining options are available upon request, making for an exclusive experience at Georgia Sea Grill which opens every evening at 5:00 pm.
Menu Favorites and St Simons Seafood
Fried pimento cheese, wasabi tuna, and escargot are just a few of the decadent options that grace the appetizer list when you enjoy a meal at Georgia Sea Grill. Where options like roasted beets and low country crab soup bring the southern charm, main dish options ranging from seared scallops to braised short ribs quickly remind guests they are indulging in an elegant experience. Sides dishes like fried okra and roasted brussels sprouts marry flavors together in a delightful way. Be sure to pair your meal with a wonderful red, white or sparkling selection from the meticulously curated wine list. If you’re not sure where to start, your helpful server will be well-versed in what option brings out the best flavor.
Popular St. Simons Attractions
With so many activity options to choose from during your stay in St. Simons, your vacation days will be filled with cherished time together making memories. Spend the day exploring some of the popular attractions in St. Simons before sharing a meal together at Georgia Sea Grill!
Located just a few streets back from the oceanfront and from St. Simons Pier, the coastline is a natural place to head before or after your meal. The iconic T-shaped St. Simons Pier juts out into St. Simons Sound, providing cool ocean breezes and scenic views. Between December and March, keep your eyes open for whale spouts as North Atlantic right whales follow their migration route. Pods of dolphins can also often be spotted from here as they feed in the local waters. The pier is used by many for fishing purposes, and gear can be found in nearby bait & tackle shops for those who want to try their hand at landing their own fresh catch. For many though, the Saint Simons Pier is simply a place to enjoy the peaceful oceanfront life this area has to offer. With outdoor lighting lining the full length of the pier, it also offers a pleasant destination for a post-dinner stroll.
Another St. Simons icon is the St. Simons Lighthouse, also located near Georgia Sea Grill. The completion of this historic landmark dates back to 1872 and today it continues to be an Active Aid to Navigation maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Still in modern day use, the St. Simons Lighthouse gives off a flash every sixty seconds to guide mariners safely into the St. Simons Channel and Sound. A visit to the St. Simons Lighthouse and St. Simons Lighthouse Museum provides the opportunity to not only see and photographic this iconic structure up close, but also to venture into the interior, where you’ll explore the keeper’s dwelling and learn more about the region. Take a step back in time to the early 1900s, when the lighthouse was inhabited by an innkeeper and his family in order to tend to the kerosene oil lamp. In addition to the dwellings, the museum offers historic artifacts and interactive elements that help visitors gain a greater insight and appreciation into the history of Coastal Georgia.
After spending the afternoon exploring the St. Simons Lighthouse and strolling the Saint Simons Pier, treat yourself to a decadent plate of fresh seafood at Georgia Sea Grill!
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