Sullivan’s Fishing Camp is now open

The team behind Basic Projects opens its third concept with Sullivan’s Fish Camp at 2019 Middle Street on Sullivan’s Island. The space previously housed Sullivan’s Seafood Restaurant, a family-run institution that closed in 2020 after 32 years. Ben and Kate Towill, owners and operators of Basic Projects, hope to take Fish Camp forward for the next 30 years at this iconic location.

The family restaurant brings a contemporary twist to nostalgic bites, serving sustainable seafood caught by Florida’s Day Boat, along with cocktails and cold drinks. Sullivan’s Fish Camp is now open daily for lunch and dinner.

The food, prepared by Chef Davis Hood, draws inspiration from Hood’s childhood, described as playful and perfect for the beach, with an emphasis on southern ingredients from local farmers and fishermen to create new versions Fish Camp classics like fried seafood baskets, brilliant crudos. , oysters of the day, First Jetty seafood towers and lobster rolls.

The drink menu, curated by bar manager Jordan Morton, draws inspiration from cocktails and seaside flavors, including ’70s-style tiki drinks like mai tais and daiquiris, ice-cold palomas, and cold, refreshing beers.

There will also be a merchandising shack at the front of the restaurant to maintain the beach vibe with clothing, bags, bottle openers and key rings.

Sullivan’s Fish Camp is now open daily for lunch and dinner.

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