Mount Pleasant, SC
Posted almost 3 years ago
NICO | Oysters + Seafood
Make your weekend extra sweet ūüć¨ A Cr√®me br√Ľl√©e helps keep the workweek away ūüėČSee you tonight for Happy Hour 4-7pm & Dinner starting at 4pm! Don‚Äôt forget to make those reservations on Resy for indoor and outdoor seating, and for patio bar seating! ūü•ā
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