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About Webster's Lowcountry Grill & Tavern - Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort
Located in the heart of Litchfield Beach, Webster's Restaurant offers an array of Lowcountry Cuisine with an upscale flair. We make sure each and every dish comes out to perfection. Whether you decide to join us in the Tavern or dine in the scenic Dining Room, you will truly see what southern hospitality is all about!
Pawleys Island, SC 29585-4829
Low Country, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday: 6:00am-10:30am, Saturday-Sunday: 6:00am-11:00am
Dinner: Nightly: 4:00pm-10:00pm CLOSED SUNDAY NIGHTS
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Webster's Restaurant at Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort can cater private events of any size! Contact our Event Planner at 843-235-5591 or email@example.com for more details!
There is a private lot for our guests to park in.
Private Party Facilities:
Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort has a variety of dining rooms available for private breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinners small or large. Set menu options are available for large groups
Private Party Contact:
Katelyn Harrian: (843) 235-5591
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wine
Webster's Lowcountry Grill & Tavern - Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort Ratings and Reviews
The wait staff was terrific. The bartender made a super French Martini. The wait staff was also terrific. She was a nice as she could be.
Food: Ahi tuna and scallops. The brisket (spareribs) were ok. Gravy a bit too much and the risotta was too wet. Even so, we enjoyed the setting and the friendly people working there.
We enjoyed the quiet after going to some other excellent but loud restaurants.
Did not live up to online reviews. Although we were the first (and only) diners at 5:00 pm on a Saturday, we were surprised that the kitchen was out of scallops and flounder for Webster's seafood medley. The fried chicken and pork chop were ok but not exceptional. Could hear the cook shout out our orders when we were the only diners in the place from 5-6:15, when we left. With no other patrons, we still had to wait between our appetizers and salads. Overall: disappointed.
Service was excellent, timely and helpful, on a relatively quiet night. Food was fair; rather bland seared tuna and over-salted shrimp and grits. Last observation was of the bus-girl not washing her hands as she left the restroom; thankfully, she wasn't serving.
We stayed at the resort for a wedding and were so tired from driving we opted to eat here our first night in town. The service and food were average until it came time to pay the bill. The whole process took over 45 minutes.
The part that angered me the most was that the server and manager on duty lied by omission about charging me the wrong amount on my credit card, (more than double.) I only knew because I checked my banking app after getting some weird comments from the server about my card being declined and only having $29.00 available
I was never presented with a receipt to sign, and they never told me they charged the wrong amount. I had my bank on the phone and went to talk to the manager on duty, and he still provided no explanation other than, "Oh yeah, we're trying to void it. But we can't until tomorrow." Again, I never saw a receipt or signed anything.
I made a complaint to the front desk, and they had the general manager of the restaurant call me the next day to apologize, which was appreciated. However, they offered no restitution for their error. Two stars since I eventually did receive an apology, but they should have comped us something. Also, you can't process my charge without that signed receipt unless it was forged, so there's that.
It was overall a horrible experience.
First time in this town and looked for a place with Southern style cooking. Examined the menu beforehand and picked out my choices. All went out the window when I walked in and saw a gorgeous whole Prime Rib on display. I was told that it was $22.95 for all you could eat Prime Rib. Wow! The salad bar could have had more choices, but with all that Prime Rib who cares.....
We have dined here before, and enjoyed the food and ambiance. The bar has a nice locals crowd, prices are good on happy hour, but selection has decreased on appetizer choices. The dining room has big picture windows overlooking a small lake, and there is a patio with tables, but wasn't open outside when we went. We went for the prime rib buffet on Saturday, which ended up not being a buffet, but was served to us by wait staff. The prime rib was wonderful, but only included a salad, potato and vegetable. Refills were included but we only had one portion. I would recommend it.
We had reservations for Easter Brunch, and despite the fairly empty dining room, we were taken to a back adjoining room that looked like a hotel conference room set up for a church reception. The service was fine, but the buffet was horrid. Absolutely the worst brunch ever--no traditional brunch choices, just overcooked greens, ham, lamb chops and beef along with mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and a few other things. I paid $24 and could only stomach some of the ham and a little garden salad. Will never go back. I would have expected better from a resort restaurant.
I made our reservation through Open Table and then followed up the next day with a call to Webster's to confirm (I tried to call the restaurant directly for a couple days to make the reservation, but no one answered the phone). When we arrived the hostess said that reservations made online were automatically put in the "overflow" room - not a very nice room, and far from the buffet tables. The couple in line ahead of us left rather than eat in that room. I told the hostess that I had included a comment in the online reservation that my guest had trouble walking and that we would appreciate a table with easy access. She told me that no comments made online were forwarded to their system.
We stayed, and our server, Patrick, was great, but the hostess was not. I won't go back.
This was third time for prime rib special and each time it has been great. We went early on Sept 10, and it was not crowded. We got window table with nice view of the pong and fountain. It was good prime rib and you really can go back for seconds. Wife got the chicken dish and was well satisfied with quality. Manage and waiter kept coming by to make sure everything was OK.
Hint - we went in April when golfers filled the restaurant and bar. Make a reservation if you are going during golfing season!
Webster's "all-you-can-eat" Prime Rib dinner is wonderful. I recommend it to friends, they love it too. During the off-season, it's Wednesday & Saturday. Come the summer season, Wednesday only... which to me is disappointing because good Prime Rib is hard to find and I can't always make it on Wednesdays.
We don't normally enjoy buffets as the food often sits under the lights too long.Webster's Prime Rib buffet was excellent. Crisp salad, perfect steamed veggies and all you can eat Prime Rib will have us coming back and recommending Webster's to friends and family.
Webster's just runs a great business.
We stay at the property once a year for a golf trip. Everything about this place is first class. Nothing fancy, just solid good food and service.
We had an excellent, quick dinner for eight, everything was very good.
We also have breakfast before golf here every day and it is always one of the best buffets around.
This is our third time of enjoying Webster's buffet. Food that hit the spot! Everything was beautifully presented, hot, and so, so tasty. I would definitely recommend this place for a holiday buffet that you will not be disappointed in holiday after holiday.
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