In recent decades, Lowcountry cuisine has come into it’s own, and Bluffton’s eateries are no exception. From pleasantly rustic cafes and down-home barbecue joints to refined, elegant restaurants both Old Town and Greater Bluffton offer a variety of dining choices sure to satisfy.

Dive into a traditional Lowcountry boil, a warm bowl of velvety shrimp and grits, or a steaming platter of briny, local oysters because the seafood in Bluffton is fresh. So fresh, that it was probably alive and kickin' at the dock only a few short hours ago.

Yes, even the cooking of Bluffton has it’s own state of mind; enjoy afternoon tea with all the sweet and savory accoutrements at The Cottage or nibble delectable interpretations of southern standards at NEO.

Fabulous Bluffton foodie surprises don’t end there either; just take a leisurely stroll through the Bluffton Farmers Market and sample locally-made specialties, pick up some über-fresh produce, then take a break with a libation stop at Red Fish Bluffton or Old Town Dispensary.

Bojangles’ began in 1977 as the dream of operators Jack Fulk and Richard Thomas. They saw an opportunity to develop a quick-service restaurant chain based on three attributes: a distinctive flavor p...