The Best Eats at the Beaches – January

A few times a month our local team will venture out to try out what is rumored to be some of the best places to eat at the beaches. It’s a great way for our team to get to know each other more out of the office, plus enjoy some awesome food!

Here is where we ate this last month and our rankings:

Location: The Blind Rabbit

Ashley
Rating: 8/10
The food is delicious! Massive serving sizes for the side of fries and they are not skimpy on the burgers either. Come hungry, or you might not be able to finish your food!

Jeff
Rating: 6.5/10
It’s a good take on southern style food. The gorgonzola gouda chips are great. It’s kind of greasy and salty.

Mike
Rating: 6.5/10
Good food and I can imagine their drink selection is the bomb.
I ordered the Brewmasters burger. The sauce they put on it wasn’t my favorite, so I probably wouldn’t order it again. Fries were super salty, but the spicy ketchup was a good addition to them. Portion sizes were MASSIVE.

Overall Rating: 7/10

Location: M Shack

Ashley
Rating: 8/10
I went for something new and tried their hot dogs, instead of the usual single patty burger I order. I was just expecting to taste a regular hot dog, but I was mistaken! The lightly toasted hot dog bun was a nice touch. I also splurged and got the S’mores Milkshake, which was also amazing.

Mike
Rating: 8/10
I used to get the asian burger every time until they changed the way they made it. After that I have gone to the sunrise burger and have never looked back. Love this place. Has great burgers and killer milkshakes

Jeff
Rating: 9/10
I love M-Shack.
Cool location.
Good portion sizes.
Healthy stuff like chicken, salad, and black bean burger.
Yummy stuff like fries, burgers, and shakes.
Once again, great location.
Service has been very consistent over the years.

Overall Rating: 8.3/10

Location: Angie’s Grom

Ashley
Rating: 9/10
The Grom is always a great choice in my opinion. I always bring all of my out of town guests here. I love that they still offer what’s on their menu at Angie’s Subs, but with a twist. I went for the sliders – The blondie (with spicy ranch) and the Peruvian (a total classic). I’m not a fan of the cole slaw they typically put on the sliders, so I sub out for just lettuce.

I also like their variety of sides they offer, aside from your standard choice of a bag of chips. Fries is what I picked this time around, but their rice and beans are also incredible!

Not to mention their massive drink cups that could last you days. Their sweet tea is also killer, which says a lot coming from me, since I’m usually not a fan of sweet tea.

Mike
Rating: 7/10
The options here are great, but I always feel like if Angie’s didn’t have the Peruvian sauce, it would just be another sub shack. Grom is a completely different take on the original Angie’s. From the eyes of someone who gets the same thing every time at Angie’s, Grom is slightly irritating because of how different the menu is. However, still good food

Jeff
Rating: 9/10
I’ve been three times now.
Super cool vibes.
I feel like a senior at Fletcher High School when there.
Tasty food.
Love the burrito guts bowl with some pork and chicken.

Overall Rating: 8.3/10