Coconut Joe’s Beach Grill, Isle of Palms
Few restaurants embody the laid-back, carefree style of Isle of Palms like Coconut Joe’s Beach Grill. A colorful and fun eatery located along the water at 1120 Ocean Blvd. in Isle of Palms, Coconut Joe’s is a family-friendly restaurant located right on the beach that offers dining patrons sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean from its covered deck and open-air dining and entertainment on its rooftop deck. Read on below to learn more about Coconut Joe’s Isle of Palms!
Isle of Palms Cuisine at Its Finest
Coconut Joe’s Beach Grill is open daily, with hours from 11:00am to 9:00pm on Monday through Thursday, 11:00am to 10:00pm on Fridays, 10:00am to 10:00pm on Saturdays (with brunch served until 2:00pm), and 10:00am to 9:00pm on Sundays (with brunch served until 2:00pm).
The restaurant’s breakfast menu includes kids’ breakfast items like French toast, fruit bowls, chicken tenders with fruit, and the Galapagos Islands Salad. Lunch sandwiches offer the option of the Jerk Club or chicken sandwiches, while dishes like Stephanie’s Boring Old Eggs show off the restaurant’s sense of whimsy. Pancakes and waffles are also incredible options, as are the breakfast beach bowls, such as the Island Crab Cake Bowl or the Bayou Bowl with seasoned potatoes, scrambled eggs, Kielbasa sausage, biscuits, grilled shrimp, and more.
Breakfast beverages include traditional items, such as coffee, hot tea, hot cocoa, milk, smoothies, juice, and ice tea, as well as The Grand Mimosa or Joe’s Very Spicy Bloody Mary after 10:00am (as per state law). For lunch and dinner, there is an extensive list of cocktails, specialty soft drinks, wines, and beer for adults to choose from.
Lunch and dinner bring forth even more palate-pleasing dining options. Start off with grouper bites, Southwest nachos, Caribbean quesadillas, mozzarella moons, crab stack appetizers with crab cakes, or crab dip. Soups like homemade beef chili and Joe’s Gumbolaya (a combination of jambalaya and gumbo) will fill you up, while the crispy chicken salad or the Galapagos Islands salad make for refreshing meals.
If you’re in the mood for something heartier, Coconut Joe’s Isle of Palms SC has a plethora of burgers, sandwiches, tacos, fried platters, and seafood to choose from. The Carolina Burger is topped with homemade chili, while the Twin B&B Burger features double-everything (two patties, etc.) on a Kaiser roll. The Jerk Club, Baja fish wrap, grouper sandwich, shrimp po’boy, oyster po’boy, blackened mahi tacos, and crab stack sandwich are also excellent. The kids menu features everything from fried shrimp and chicken tenders to hot dogs and cheeseburgers.
Finally, the menu finishes off with a variety of shrimp dishes (including a local favorite, shrimp and grits), Atlantic grouper, fried oysters, fish n’ chips, Very Crabby Crab Cakes, baseball sirloin, and more.