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Red’s Ice House

98 Church Street, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

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Casual, kicked back waterfront restaurant on Shem Creek, with one of the most amazing sunset views in the Lowcountry.

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98 Church Street, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

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American
Seafood
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Lunch
Dinner
Late Night Dining
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Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Dining
Mon-Sat • 11:00 am-1:00 am
Sunday • 11:00 am-11:00 pm
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Casual
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Lot
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Full Bar
Outdoor Dining
Take Out Meals
Waterfront Dining
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Yes
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Event Catering
Private Parties
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In Memoriam, Lewis Hughes "Red" Simmons

Red became part of the shrimping and fishing industry very early in his life. The Simmons family dock was built in 1957 to provide a shrimp packing shed for local shrimpers.

By 1970, Red headed the business built upon these same old concrete floors, providing countless tons of the sea’s bounty to many a supper table. In the mid-1970s Red installed a big ice blowing machine to fill the ice holds of the local fleet.

He provided ice and fish packing services until the late 1990s by which time he was ready to retire and start traveling with his wife, Cindy. The couple loved seeing the world and spent many a memorable time together until Red’s untimely ‘Crossing Of The Bar’ in September 2002.

He is truly loved and missed by all. It was Red’s desire that this old fish and ice house be transformed into a public gathering place at the water’s edge where locals and visitors, regardless of their age, wealth or culture, could gather, watch the boats go by and help celebrate, preserve and protect the rich and storied traditions of Shem Creek. This is our aim here at Red’s Icehouse.

God bless Red for his work… and vision!

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lunch, dinner, late night dining, american, seafood, mount pleasant, outdoor dining, dock parking, heart smart options, take out meals, full bar, event catering private parties, reds ice house, red's ice house

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