Queen Anne's Revenge says Anchors Aweigh

Courtesy: Queen Anne's Revenge/Facebook

DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCIV) -- After 12 years of serving up meals on Daniel Island, the owners of Queen Anne's Revenge say they've closed for good.

An announcement was posted on their website and Facebook page thanking the community for their support.

"To our valued and loyal guests who have supported us over the years, we want to thank you.{} On behalf of the entire Neighborhood Dining Group and the staff of Queen Anne's Revenge, it has been our great pleasure to be a part of the Daniel Island community and we will miss you all."

The pirate themed restaurant was popular for their seafood and Happy Hour specials, especially with people who worked on the island and guests of the Hampton Inn next door.

It garnered four-star ratings on several review sites including Yelp, Open Table and Tripadvisor. It also won "Best Restaurant on Daniel Island" three years in a row.

Operating partner David Howard told the Charleston City Paper that it was a matter of real estate and that another restaurant will go in the space on Fairfield Street.

Queen Anne's Revenge was owned by the Neighborhood Dining Group, which also owns Husk and McCrady's.