Beaufort, SC is a beautiful quaint town located 40 miles north of Savannah and 70 miles south of Charleston. It’s tucked away along the Harbor River, away from the hustle and bustle of the Atlantic Sea Coast. On a recent trip we stopped in town for a quick bite and we found Bricks on Boundary.
Bricks on Boundary is part bar part grill. It’s one of those places you eat at during the day and drink around the bar at night. We stopped in for lunch. The first thing we ordered was the Crack Fries on the small bites menu. Our server told us these were the best things on Earth and while they were good, they weren’t the best thing on Earth.
Crack Fries are waffle fries, thick cut with cracker pepper, sea salt, truffle oil and parmesan cheese. Served with a side of tangy horseradish sauce, they are certainly tasty.
I had the Boom Boom Fried Oysters for my entrée. Surprisingly, I have no picture of said entrée. The oysters were lightly battered and fried, then topped with what is called house Boom sauce. Boom sauce is similar to a spicy buffalo sauce. The oysters are also covered in ranch dressing. I love the idea, but next time I would order the Boom sauce on the side as the oysters were drenched.
Mr. Beet had the Baja Fried Flounder Tacos. He got three flour tortillas stuffed with flounder, zucchini, pico de gallo and spicy coleslaw. He really enjoyed them as they were slightly spicy, but not overbearing.
Both our entrees were served with a side – choices included blue cheese slaw, plain slaw, sweet potato fries and sauteed veggies just to name a few. There is also a large selection of burgers and sandwiches for entrees as well as cottage pie, meatloaf and liver with onions.
Bricks on Boundary was the only restaurant we visited while in Beaufort so we have no other places to compare it to. However, we did enjoy our meal and the hospitality and service was spectacular. 4 1/2 out of 5 sprouts.