IF YOU GO WHAT: Hilton Head Brewery Grand Opening March 28, 2015 WHEN: Doors open at noon WHERE: 1 Cardinal Court, Suite 13, Hilton Head Island COST: Free DETAILS: Musical entertainment will be provided by Groove Town Assault from 1-4 p.m. and Harry Santana from 4-7 p.m. There’s a new place in town to relax […]Read Article
Saturday, January 24 kicks off Hilton Head-Bluffton Chamber Restaurant Week 2015! A week dedicated to great deals and a prime opportunity to try new places and break out of your restaurant rut. The complete list, available here, is a mix of local favorites, newly opened restaurants, breakfast deals and more than a few excuses to […]Read Article
SERG Restaurant Group, the minds behind Frankie Bones, Wise Guys and Skull Creek Boathouse, have done it again with their new mega seafood hangout, Poseidon. As the revamped Shelter Cove Towne Centre project continues to create a welcoming downtown-style vibe, Poseidon is poised to become a sought after dinner retreat. Poseidon has something for everyone. […]Read Article
There’s been some major revamping and refreshing going on in Hilton Head Island and recently I was invited to check out the truly vibrant transformation at the Sonesta Resort, specifically it’s dining. About $30 million has been invested in this property within the past couple of years and it shows. I am happy to report that this investment has resulted in this formerly well-worn (and well-loved!) property now shining like a new penny, resplendent in the perfectly modern lift that its oceanfront locale deserves.Read Article
Hilton Head Island is seeing its own share of this foodie phenomenon and recently it has taken a literal turn toward a true Italian Renaissance. Red sauce is the new black, with several new restaurants and eateries opening specializing in Italian cuisine – from the Parmigiano Reggiano and prosciutto di Parma found in Emilia-Romagna and rich olive oil and wines of Tuscany to the Napolese pizza and fresh seafood preparations of the Mediterranean coast – there is a genuine abbondanza of Italian deliciousness to be enjoyed in the Island.Read Article
If you are in any way familiar with Hilton Head Island, you already realize that restaurants here are so good; they provide reason alone to visit our fair Lowcountry isle. The Island is now squarely in the middle of a renaissance of sorts, with many fun, fresh eateries shooting to the front of the class in both style and substance.Read Article
So when I was asked to write this post about “fork free” eating and weave it into the upcoming Wingfest event, I thought, ‘Well, this will be a breeze.’ And then I thought, “No, this might be a snooze.” By this, I refer to the fact that I have written about this mid-March celebration of all things ‘wing’ many times. And while food fads and restaurants come and go, there’s only so much cleverness and originality to be said about the wings of a chicken. Or is there?Read Article
Nothing quickens the heart quite like an intimate setting, the warm glow of candlelight and sumptuous cuisine. For those pining for the perfect fusion of flavor and ambiance on Hilton Head Island, I’ve taken it to the streets – or at least social media – to get the down low from Island visitors and locals on their fan favorites, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
No matter if your foodie flight of fancy runs toward a cozy spot tucked away from everyone but you and your date, or you prefer bold surroundings with a see and be seen “scene”, look no further than Hilton Head Island eateries to stir your passion and your palate!Read Article
January 25 through February 1, Hilton Head Island and Bluffton restaurants partner with the Hilton Head Island Bluffton Chamber of Commerce for the 6th annual Chamber Restaurant Week. Even though the holidays are just a memory, for Foodies like me, our Restaurant Week is akin to the excited anticipation felt by any wide-eyed youngster during the 8-day Festival of Lights or on the morning of December 25th. I’m like a kid in a candy store – a candy store full of delicious food, that is!Read Article
The late Fall always inspires me to get into the kitchen and experiment with some new recipes, ingredients and cooking methods. With the crush of holiday commitments and expectations looming, I enjoy some relaxing ‘me time’ perusing the pages of neglected magazines piling up on the bedside table. Like the clackety clack of an old timey steam engine, my brain starts to rumble and my creative juices flow with inspiration for the holiday table.
Like many foodies who love to cook and bake, I probably optimistically envision more plans than I have cookie sheets and muffins tins (I have a lot of those!). Once that third batch of made-from-scratch butter cookies are finally meticulously decorated and packaged for gift giving, the romantic novelty of holiday baking has honestly, well, worn thin.Read Article