WaterScapes, the casual fine-dining restaurant at Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, Myrtle Beach, S.C., has been named a Platinum Partner in South Carolina's Sustainable Seafood Initiative, launched by the South Carolina Aquarium. It is the first restaurant in Myrtle Beach to receive this recognition from the program, which encourages restaurants statewide to make local, environmentally friendly seafood selections for their menus.

The dining room at WaterScapes

The Sustainable Seafood Initiative ranked WaterScapes the highest possible score because it found that the restaurant's menu went above and beyond the program's basic requirements. The fish served at WaterScapes are hand-selected off the fishing boats in Murrells Inlet and featured nightly with local selections like hog snapper, rock hinds, triggerfish, black bass and amberjack.

For more information about WaterScapes, visit its website.