About Low Country Kitchen
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
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: Nightly: 4:30pm - Close
Bar is open until at least 11pm nightly
$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.
Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining
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Low Country Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Every single thing was to die for. We shared a salad, shrimp and grits, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and the okra. Don't skip the okra. I have to say-- I was beyond annoyed that gravy is $6 extra even with the mashed potatoes. They of course have an explanation-- I don't care though. Others than gravy-gate, I loved it!
I have dined here 3 or 4 times and I think it just keeps getting better and better. The fried chicken is amazing! We also love the fried green tomatoes and the cheddar grits. I also like the chicken biscuit for Happy Hour.
Highly recommend this restaurant!!
Low is one of our favorite restaurants in town. The food is very consistent every time we go. My husband always gets the fried chicken which he had on our last visit and, as usual, it was very good. I typically get the ribs but ventured out and tried the roasted chicken which was delicious. We had biscuits as a side dish and they were wonderful. Low never disappoints. It is a small restaurant so make sure you have a reservation.
We had a wonderful dinner after skiing all day. I loved the bone marrow and then had
buttermilk biscuits and the pork ribs which were easy to eat, tender and tasty with a slightly spicy low country bbq sauce. My wife had the gumbo, cornbread and then the
"BLT." Excellent food. One of the top 5 restaurants in Steamboat.
Loved LowCountry. It's right downtown, very easy to find if you're not from around Steamboat. They have a great happy hour menu and drink menu. The food has lots of flavor, and the menu has a lot of wonderful options. My family enjoyed the evening, 4 year old included. Service was fantastic, our daughter was extremely crabby and our waitress Paige, was so patient and kind to all of us. Loved it and will return.
From the minute we walked in to when we left, we were 100 percent happy. Page, our server, was lovely and helpful. The menu was great even vegetarian options. We shared a lot and enjoyed the sides as well. Noise level was great, we were able to chat and enjoy it all. Not to be missed when in Steamboat and soon in Denver. Make a reservation!
We have been to Low several times and have always thought it was worth the price. We went when it first opened and to be honest that was our best meal there. It seems like it's changed a bit since it first opened. My husband was disappointed that they took the mussels of the menu. I had the catfish and we both agreed it tasted after a few bites, " a little muddy". I was hoping there would be a special or two, but the last few times I have been there, there aren't any specials offered. One last thing, I ordered a speciality drink for $14 which was the smallest drink I have ever seen. Although very tasty, very overpriced. I was a bit disappointed over all this time around. I still think I'll try it again but maybe just for happy hour. We are long time locals and have seen many restaurants go through their rough patches. Maybe that is what's going on with Low Country presently.
The food was very good, but our server interacted with us as if she was a robot. She was either grumpy or lacking in personality. She warned up a bit over time but did not reflect well on the warmth and welcoming environment that the owners of Low County want their diners to experience. Don't leave with out having the cinnamon beignets for desert - they we fabulous.
Low Country Kitchen is one of Steamboat Springs best. My husband had the pork ribs and I had the jambalaya and both were terrific. Sophisticated creative dishes give southern cooking a good name. Service is great and atmosphere is charming, country casual.
Nice attempt at southern cooking' however, I dined with 2 men who live in the south and the food didn't quite measure up. One described the shrimp and grits as flavorless and the pot pie as just ok. The fried green tomatoes were small and bland, the gumbo thin and not nearly rich enough. For those not used to actual southern fare, it might be ok, but we were disappointed.
WAY BETTER THAN GOOD!
Read the reviews and expected to like it, though after we ate we LOVED Low Country. The fried chicken, okra and jambalaya was some of the best we ever had. Plus the peach habanero sauce was pretty special too. Amy, our server, was super friendly and very accommodating. Overall a great evening. We hope to be back soon.
Excellent food and excellent service! The mac-and-cheese, shrimp and grits, and BBQ lamb shoulder were insanely good, and our waitress Paige was so sweet. We couldn't have asked for a better New Year's Eve dinner. To top it off, we very much appreciate being able to buy the apple chili chutney!
We dined at Low Country Kitchen during our ski trip to Steamboat. The ambiance was great! Very warm and inviting. Their happy hour menu was very good. The wings and pimiento cheese appetizer were delicious, we would go back just to eat those. My husband enjoyed the jambalaya. The shrimp and grits were good, but not the best I've had. Would definitely go again and certainly recommend to others!
The space is tight so it wouldn't be great for really big groups. Service was very good, and the food came out in a nice orderly fashion. Tight place. We had the biscuits (bland), okra (very good), mashed potatoes (good), and the 5 piece fried chicken (very good).
Low Country was a great find in Steamboat. Authentic Southern style cooking complete with okra and biscuits! The food was excellent, but there were a few odd things: wines by the glass were served in a juice glass. But they were very nice about it when I had for a stemmed glass. Even thought the waitress had to get the manager to get a glass out of her office. Also, the other odd thing is that mashed potatoes and gravy are separate sides and about $5 each - that's $5 for mashed potatoes, and $5 for gravy. But the food was awesome and well worth a visit to this Southern style restaurant in Steamboat.
The atmosphere is better with the expansion but is still noisey. Service has not improved. The food is ok. It is southern comfort food a little overpriced but prepared well. There is no bread or rolls served with your meal. Some dishes are very good while others mediocre.
Everything we had was amazing. I shared the fried chicken with my husband and we each got the butter lettuce salad. Amazing. My friend had the shrimp and grits, loved it. My friend's daughter had the steak, we were all fighting over it. Great happy hour options, a lot of nice selections to choose from. Good service. Yummy biscuits. Bonus, I got to use my $20 Open Table Gift Certificate I earned from all of our dining out adventures.
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