Welcome to historic Sullivan Island's oldest restaurant, established in 1987 by Island native and former Mayor, Marshall Stith. Our menu centers on fresh seafood, steaks and pasta, which is served by our experienced wait staff in a warm and casual lowcountry atmosphere. Station 22 is well-known by locals and tourists alike for its fried oyster appetizer, huge Sappho salad, fresh fish entrees, thick steaks and homemade desserts. Especially Marshall's famous coconut cake, a generous, moist slice topped with mounds of whipped cream!! Come join us for a drink at the bar and then enjoy the island breeze and sunset view while dining on our second story front porch. Whether you are an old friend or have just found us, we would like to thank you for supporting Station 22 Restaurant for over 24 years. Marshall, Chef Shane Sinclair and the entire staff look forward to seeing you soon!