Locklear's Fine Seafood

(843) 884-3346 | View Website

320 W Coleman Blvd Ste Q, Mt Pleasant, SC | Directions   29464

32.797593 -79.889574

Open Hours

Mon. - Sun. 11am - 10pm

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Reviews for Locklear's Fine Seafood

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Horrible service!! Don't waste your time or money find somewhere else to eat!!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Rude service. Never got our food. – After the "hostess" with a bad attitude failed to put us on the list we finally got the attention of a flustered owner and were seated after two other partieswho got there after us. Then waited about an hour and a half and never got our food. We got our drinks, cold soup and calamari. Had to ask for bread to keep the kids busy, Aparently when you are just a family of two adults and two kids your order gets placed after the loud party of 20! By 9:30pm with 2 kids, no food and after witnessing other tables leaving before they were served, we had to leave. Then the waiter got rude! Will not go back and will make sure friends know not to go there!

over a year ago

Great Seafood any night of the week – I have been dining at Locklears for over 20 years and have had many great meals. I always know over half the diners there when ever I visit. What a great local restaurant with a value priced menu.

Lance Howard

Executive Chef

P.S. Yankees Welcome!

over a year ago

Haven't eaten there. Won't be eating there. – Having read in the Charleston Insider's guide that Locklear's had a number of "Heart Choice health conscious" items on their menu, I eagerly visited their website, fully expecting a menu full of broiled, grilled, sauteed fish and fresh, steamed veggies. But found, instead, mostly fried fish. And, what wasn't fried, smothered with butter or cream based sauces. And, instead of the steamed veggies, I found corn fritters, fried okra, potatoes and rice. The menu was filled with fried, or otherwise fatty, entrees and high gycemic, starchy sides. Nothing heart healthy that I could see. Just the usual fish-house fare that can be found anywhere, usually at a better price. So, I sent an email, asking why there weren't any steamed veggies. And, received an extremely arrogant, obnoxious reply from their chef, Lance Howard. Acusing me of wanting a discount. Discount? With his attitude, you couldn't pay me to eat there. Transplant from the North? I was only born in Massachusetts because my Georgia native parents were living there while my father attended Harvard. And, FYI, Lance, I've never heard anyone from Massachusetts say "youse." Just one cousin, by marriage, from New Jersey. And, a friend from Ohio. I would advise anyone from up North to avoid Locklear's. Apparently Lance is still fighting the Civil War!And, that sucker's been over for 150 years.


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