Long Point Grill has become quite the Mt. Pleasant lunchtime institution, offering hearty fare with a few upscale wrinkles thrown in. Proven standards like the boneless buttermilk fried chicken breast over whipped potatoes and the LPG burger with garlic aioli and smoked gouda keep the parking lot and small dining room packed at noontime. The small whiteboard of daily specials, which your server brings right to your table, always includes a few creative twists. At night, a dozen more large plates join the already lengthy selection, adding substantial entrees, like gorgonzola-walnut stuffed chicken, lobster ravioli, and a bone-in porterhouse pork chop. The restaurant is tucked away down at the west end of Long Point Road, almost to the Wando terminal, and you’ll have to wend your way through a maze of container trucks to get there, but it’s well worth the effort for a solid meal at a reasonable price. —Robert Moss Dish (Winter 2015)

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Large portions of solid, well-made food at reasonable prices.

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Hours: Lunch and Dinner (Mon.-Sat.)
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