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Murrells Inlet restaurant announces closing after more than a decade in business

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Sorensen is a native Bostonian who relocated to the area 21 years ago.
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Sorensen is a native Bostonian who relocated to the area 21 years ago.

After a little more than a decade in business, a Murrells Inlet restaurant has closed, according to a Facebook post.

Salt Water Creek Cafe, at 4660 Highway 17 Bypass, announced its closing Sunday morning in a Facebook post, saying it’s closing for “financial reasons.”

Open since 2008, the restaurant’s menu featured fresh fish, fried seafood, pizza and SWC grit cakes.

The drink, inspired by Jim Jones of Jonestown notoriety, is a fruity concoction with plenty of Jack Daniels.

The Sun News Reporter Hannah Strong is passionate about making the world better through what she reports and writes. Strong, who is a Pawleys Island native, is quick to jump on breaking news, profiles stories about people in the community and obituaries. Strong has won four S.C. Press Association first-place awards, including one for enterprise reporting after riding along with police during a homicide. She earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Winthrop University.


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