11:30 AM - 8:00 PM or earlier
if we run out of food
Do your hours of operation vary?
Yes, Current hours of operation are posted on our website. Our hours are seasonal, they vary throughout the year. We anticipate demand and prepare our slow-cooked meats based upon recent seasonal activities and historical data. Occasionally, we do run out of certain items, sometimes, many items. When our wells are depleted we may close earlier than hours posted.
Please call the restaurant 912-786-4227.
Do you take reservations?
We are a first come-first serve establishment. If packed, we will put you on the wait list and seat you ASAP. We do not take dining reservations.
However, our establishment is available for private party rental. Please call Gerald
912-856-4227 for private party information.
What payment types do you accept?
Major credit cards, debit cards, and cash.
What are the parking fees at your location?
We have FREE off-street parking on restaurant grounds. There is also FREE street-side parking along Hwy. 80.
Do you offer delivery and/or carryout? Read more
- May 3, 2020
- January 19, 2021
We’re a casual, laid-back, open-air island eatery. We are popular with locals and tourists.
During prime months we are extremely busy and the work is fast-paced.
During off-season the pace slows and we cater to the local island residents.
We seek hardworking, positive, and team-oriented persons willing to work weekends and holidays…year-round, as well as seasonal.
We welcome your application. Please click links below for more information and to apply…
Back in the early 90’s Gerald Schantz, a Savannah native, a Vietnam era Navy veteran, a professional stained glass artisan and local theatre thespian happened upon an opportunity to cater a private party for the cast and crew of “This Old House” which John Berendt, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil was throwing. Before the event was over, Gerald found himself talking to the show’s producer who commissioned him to handle the company’s wrap party in Monterey Square. That event was so successful, the entrepreneur purchased the first of several custom grills on wheels that formed the beginnings of his rolling catering service, GERALD’S CHUCKWAGON.