“Fast-casual” is a familiar concept for burritos, salads, poké, and now—however improbable—Low Country Boil, one of the signature dishes of the Georgia and South Carolina coasts. Low Country Boil is traditionally served as a communal meal, inviting people to gather around a large picnic table, roll up their sleeves and dive into a large pile of scrumptious shrimp, sausage, potatoes and corn on the cob. Savannah Seafood Shack takes their innovative spin on traditional meal by serving it as a single-person portion bag with the option of having peeled and deveined shrimp for a mess-free meal in a matter of minutes! Savannah Seafood Shack does a brisk business; order at a counter and your meal will be delivered swiftly to your table. The customers keep coming back—and for good reason.
Savannah Seafood Shack has been featured on Food Network, Cooking Channel, and Travel Channel. Ali Khan, host on Cooking Channel’s ‘Cheap Eats’ excitingly exclaims “He dove in for a taste of the sea with a Low Country Boil that might be one of his best dinner deals yet,” and “An honest to God killer seafood shack with Cheap Eats prices up and down the menu,” according to the Cooking Channel website.