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A restaurant is saying farewell to Murrells Inlet.
The Whiskey Fish operating partner Aaron Hocin made a “last call” announcement via Facebook on Friday evening, inviting patrons to join him at the restaurant and bar one last time “as we pour one last drink & close our doors. Farewell for now.” Hocin said the owners are looking to relocate in the Carolina Forest area.
The business, a self-proclaimed Lowcountry restaurant and tavern with a rustic and modern style, opened at 3415 U.S. Business 17 in Murrells Inlet in June 2017 and closed following Friday’s final bash.
“We appreciate all the love and support from our locals . . . as well as our staff (most have been there since day 1),” Hocin said in a Facebook message.
The Whiskey Fish features over 50 different whiskeys and classic tavern-style food.