Fish House Restaurant – Christmas Day + The USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier – Mount Pleasant South Carolina

Fish House Menu

The Fish House

Restaurant is located at 32 Patriots Point Road
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464

On December 25th 2019 Fish House Restaurant had a Christmas Menu.

My friends know good places to eat. I was looking forward to a simple meal after the Big dinner we had on Christmas Eve.

I chose the heritage Pumpkin soup with rye Bread, while my friends choose She Crab soup from the menu.

Fish House Menu 2 Charleston CKatt 12-25-19

Without a doubt my Heritage Pumpkin soup was outstanding. It was seasoned with Turmeric and had a beautiful piece of home made rye traditional dense bread! Perfect meal. I ordered the cornbread and encouraged my calorie conscious friends to try it. Not to be too excited, but it was really excellent. As I was told the She Crab Soup was very good.

Fish House Pan Baked Corn Bread with Honey Butter, She Crab Soup, Roasted Pumpkin Soup & Rye Bread

The Atmosphere of the Fish House was Festive! And there were very tempting dinner menu selections.

The staff were very attentive and made sure to recommend the wine for my friends meal. The Grinch came to our table to make the wine recommendation. The manager also stopped by to make sure everything was to our liking.

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The Grinch Bar Tender at Fish House Ckatt 2019

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Kono Wine Sauvingnon Blanc of New Zealand

 

 

was amazed and amused at the playful and friendly atmosphere at this restaurant. Southern style reigned. They are a member of “Good Catch Program” and source ingredients locally, responsibly and seasonally for the tradition of Southern cooking.

Fish House table tops are detailed maps of the Cooper River waterway that I could see right outside their windows. I was very excited to see the USS Yorktown moored in front of me! When I was trying to take pictures through the window at night, a waiter came over and said there was a place just outside to take my photos.  He lead me to a balcony, where I clicked away in the night. By the time I knew that I could take photos the light had quickly faded and the results were silhouettes. The USS Yorktown is a retired aircraft carrier and a Mount Pleasant tourist attraction.

I grew up near the ocean and as a little kid once visited an air craft carrier. That ship made a huge impression on me.

In the photo on the left you will see the new Cooper River Bridge Tower in the background.  It is called the Arthur Revenel Jr. Bridge and was finished in 2011. You may be able to see the car lights going over the bridge.

I have daytime pictures of both the USS Yorktown and the bridge that I will share in another post.

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen.

Wishing you a good new year 2020!

Peace

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Credits: Do not own a microwave oven and never have. Do not own a food processor. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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2 Responses to Fish House Restaurant – Christmas Day + The USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier – Mount Pleasant South Carolina

  1. mydangblog says:

    Everything looks so delicious–damn my shellfish allergy!

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