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Dining In Beaufort SC?


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The last time we were in Beaufort, we planned to eat at Sgt. White's. They were closed, so we then went to Plum - which was very good. Be sure to take the street address. We had a hard time finding it. Plum's is located on the back side of the development - facing the marsh. It is reached by walking around the developed property to the marsh side, or by going down a narrow open passageway from Bay Street - which is what we did.

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Had a very nice meal at Panini's last week. Very good but casual pizza & pasta cafe. For something a little upscale there is Saltus Grill or the dining room at the Beaufort Inn, that 's a little more formal.

Beaufort is a great town.

Is Panini still in business?

John Malik

Chef/Owner

33 Liberty Restaurant

Greenville, SC

www.33liberty.com

Customer at the carving station: "Pardon me but is that roast beef rare?"

Apprentice Cook Malik: "No sir! There's plenty more in the kitchen!"

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