Fort Mill SC Captain Steves Seafood Restaurant Has New Hours



Captain Steve’s in Fort Mill will be closed three days a week, according to a new schedule announced online by the restaurant on Wednesday.

The popular seafood restaurant posted on its Facebook page that starting June 1, its Fort Mill location will only be open Thursday through Sunday. The restaurant is now only closed on Mondays.

The hours will not change on the days when the restaurant is open.

The message cited the difficult times created by the pandemic, but also the pandemic’s emphasis on time spent with family.

“The pandemic has allowed us to see what is really important in life, like spending time with our loved ones,” the post read.

The new hours, he continues, will allow owners and employees to spend more time with friends and family.

Captain Steve’s has been a mainstay of Fort Mill for over two decades. It’s the closest seafood restaurant to many at US 21 and Springfield Parkway. The restaurant regularly has plenty of patrons on-site and take-out almost every time it’s open for lunch or dinner. At least once, a presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee in 2007 stopped by a restaurant to meet with supporters.

Captain Steve’s also has locations in Charlotte and Harrisburg, North Carolina. They are not affected by the time change.

This story was originally published May 19, 2021 4:43 pm.

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John Marks graduated from Furman University in 2004 and joined the Herald in 2005. He covers community growth, municipalities, transportation and education primarily in York and Lancaster counties. The Fort Mill native has won dozens of South Carolina Press Association awards and multiple McClatchy President’s Awards for his media coverage in Fort Mill and Lake Wylie.
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