About Low Country Kitchen
From Southern hospitality to Southern comfort, Low evokes memories of a front porch swing and a squeaky screened door, from a warm gulf breeze to clean country air. Fine Southern cookin' created with the freshest of organic meats and produce, and the finest of seafood from the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Prepare yourself for classic Southern dishes, thirst quenchin' beverages, and the most delicious desserts this side of the Mississippi River.
Southern, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 4:30pm - Close
$30 and under
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There is a city bus stop in front of the restaurant entrance. During summer months the bus runs every 30 minutes and every 20 minutes in the winter.
Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout
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Low Country Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
This place is bomb. We have walked by a ...
This place is bomb. We have walked by a ton of times and it's always packed so when we heard that they expanded we went down and it didn't disappoint. I really hope they open a restaurant in Denver because I will be first in line. The Shrimp and Grits are to die for!
Went to Low Country for the first in Aug ...
Went to Low Country for the first in August. We had a great experience. We were 2 couples. We had a drink at the bar, then moved to our table for dinner. We had 2 salads, 2 apps, and 2 entrees and shared them all. The fried chicken was delicious. The vegetable and grits was a great vegetarian option and delicious as well. We will certainly return.
We went on a Friday night for my husband ...
We went on a Friday night for my husband's birthday. The service was very poor. Before we were event seated we waited 3-5 minutes before being greeted at the door. Once seated it was another 5 minutes before the server appeared. The server seemed very overwhelmed (it was semi-busy but not on a wait) and barely spoke to us. The food was OK and the cocktails were good. Every other place we ate in Steamboat was amazing. We will not be going back.
The food was fresh, unique and delicious ...
The food was fresh, unique and delicious. We shared the fried green tomatoes, vegetable and grits, and the fried chicken. All three of our dishes were top notched. Often dining out is a disappointment and Low Country Kitchen was a delight! We've been there in the past and will continue to go there whenever we're in Steamboat Springs.
The only complaint was trucks that like ...
The only complaint was trucks that like to blow exhaust all over as they accelerate from the stop light. Same jerks kept 'impressing' us ladies trying to enjoy our delectable cocktails and chicken biscuits.....and hush puppies, beet salad, and jambalaya, mmmmm.
Low Country cuisine with a twist! Delic ...
Low Country cuisine with a twist! Delicious and fresh. Unique and tasty drink menu. We had wonderful service. The staff even played along with a joke one of our group played in the rest of us! Well worth the 205 mile drive! We'll be back!
It seemed that the kitchen was slow and ...
It seemed that the kitchen was slow and that backed everything else up. We had the mussels with andouille sausage, fried frog legs and 24 hour buttermilk fried chicken. The sausage really overpowered the mussels although the broth was delicious. The chicken, once we got it, was dry and overdone.
It's a beautiful restaurant but I would not return.
I had a Raspberry Smash made with bourbo ...
I had a Raspberry Smash made with bourbon ~ refreshing & delicious! Fried green tomato appetizers were scrumptious, salads were crisp & innovative (sundried tomato, avocado & fried porkbelly) and the shrimp & grits were yummy! We shared beignets for dessert served with chocolate, lemon & vanilla (?) dipping sauces ~ they should sell these by the dozen! Clean, farm style table settings, fresh flowers & friendly staff. One of our favorite Steamboat restaurants.
We went here at 6 on a Friday night. The ...
We went here at 6 on a Friday night. The food was really tasty- we were all pleased with our entrees with a few minor exceptions. The service started out really good- server was very nice and attentive and then when things got busy, the attention became less and less. I also think it was poor room setup as our server had tables on the other side of the restaurant and she probably couldn't keep a good eye on everything and they seemed to be training some people. The jambalaya was really good and so was the fried chicken. The breading was nice and crunchy. The shrimp and grits were delicious. The grits so creamy and that bacon gravy was divine. Would've recommended grilling the shrimp though. Desserts sounded delicious and we chose the beignets. They were a bit of a let down- except for the chocolate and lemon curd. The dough was really bland. Had better beignets elsewhere. Will definitely go back here though and try some other things that sounded really good.
Low Country, Great Dinner
If it's southern comfort food you want, this is the place to go! The Shrimp & Grits, Grilled Veges & Grits, Chicken Biscuit Sliders & Fried Chicken with Mashed Potatoes are awesome. The ambiance is average, and it can be a little noisy, but the food makes up for those minor nice-to-haves. Definitely worth planning ahead and making reservations for!
Everything was fantastic from the gumbo ...
Everything was fantastic from the gumbo to the grits and the ribs to the fried chicken. Don't pass up the chicken biscuit starter either. Our waitress Megan Howard was great too. Perfect spot for family and friends after a day on the slopes!
Bigger and better
Stopped into Low after the remodel and even though it looks the same it has doubled in size which is nice from a patron standpoint as there are more tables to vie for. Food was great as usual and the staff is friendly and attentive. We are creatures of habit so almost always have the same thing - but note for the newbs to Low, don't miss the shrimp-n-grits they are really great.
Yummy Southern Food
I'm originally from Georgia, but am currently living in Denver. My boyfriend and I took a trip out to Steamboat this past weekend for our anniv. and of course I wanted to try Low. We got there a little early and they were able to get us seated right away. We ended up trying to frog legs for an appetizer and they were very yummy. Then we shared the jambalaya as well as the shrimp and grits. Both were very yummy. Our only regret is not trying the fried chicken because since then we have heard that it is amazing.
Lows in March 2016
It was really good food. Our party of two shared the fried chicken basket, collard greens, biscuit basket, fried green tomatoes, and a cup of gumbo. The chicken and greens were some of the best I've ever had. The gumbo was nice and smokey.
There were a couple of drinks that were on the online version of the menu that were not available during my dining experience. I think it may have just been a seasonal thing.
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