This tabby-and-wood restaurant on the Altamaha River sits right in the middle of the Two Way Fish Camp and is a favorite haunt of locals from nearby Darien. The restaurant overlooks the boats moored in the marina, and the seafood is local. Crab stew, fried oysters, and shrimp are the specialties, and the desserts are made in-house. It's just over 1 mi south of Darien on U.S. 17, just after the fourth bridge. Look for the Two Way Fish Camp sign.
250 Ricefield Way, Brunswick, Georgia, 31525, United States
Jul 13, 2008
As stated earlier, this Marina/Restaurant is on Hwy 17, a chip shot south of the Glynn/McIntosh county line. You can get to Sapelo Island if you drop in there. We normally hit Mudcats at lunch time and I get my usual, fried grouper basket which is not bad. Have tried other dishes off of the menu, but that's what I order if and when we get there.