Sunset brings new life to our little slice of paradise. Under the glow of evening lights, the island vibe changes to a more relaxed, easy-going feel, filling the night air with the sound of music and laughter.
With a focus on fun, neighborhood bars and bistros offer a new twist on the conventional evening on the town. The classic brew and burger has been upgraded to handcrafted spirits and fresh-from-the-fields fare. The “Barmuda Triangle” located just off the Greenwood Circle at Reilley’s Plaza, is home to a variety of bars and restaurants which are popular with locals and visitors alike – The Lodge, One Hot Mama’s, Jump & Phil’s and Reilley’s Grill and Bar – providing libations, food and music – a great combination for Island style fun.
At Skull Creek Boathouse, revelers can sit on a sprawling terrace beneath beautiful live oaks and enjoy live music with drinks and dinner. At dusk, all eyes turn to the Intracoastal Waterway as the sun makes its daily descent behind neighboring Pinckney Island.
Whatever your musical taste—jazz, rock, salsa or folk—you’ll find something to your liking among Hilton Head’s many bars, clubs and hotels. Sports fans have just as many options to watch their favorite teams on big screen TVs and get in a game of darts or pool.
If theater is your scene, catch one of the Broadway-style shows at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Main Street Youth Theatre and May River Theatre Co. in Bluffton also offer a variety of comedies, musicals and dramas.