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A GUIDE TO PICKING THE BEST BEER FOR YOU

By Hilton Head Monthly 

From lagers, to IPAs to pale ales, the variety of beers can be overwhelming. No fear. Here’s a handy guide to determine which suds are best for your taste.

Tips for the ultimate tailgating experience at home 

By Hilton Head Monthly

Sometimes the best place to watch all the games is in the comfort of your own living room. You control the TV channels and, most important, the food selections are exactly what you desire to devour.

By Hilton Head Monthly

The baseball season is in its home stretch and football season is underway. There’s no better way to enjoy all the action than hanging out with friends, enjoying a fun meal, and watching the games. Here are just some of the best places in the Lowcountry to enjoy sports and grab a bite.

Michael Anthony’s Cucina Italiana hosts hands-on and demonstration cooking classes. A recent class focused on shrimp recipes. Here’s a creole recipe that was taught to the class.

MICHAEL ANTHONY’S OFFERS POPULAR COOKING SCHOOL

By Jessica Farthing | Photos by Madison Elrod

Michael Anthony’s Cucina Italiana has been a Hilton Head institution for 20 years, a one-stop, self-described culinary destination.

There’s nothing more relaxing than a day on the water with friends and family. But after a fun time on your boat, it’s time to unwind and grab a bite to eat. We’ve compiled a guide to many dock-and-dine locations in the Lowcountry. Tie up and enjoy a meal.

NEARLY ALL RESTAURANTS IN THE LOWCOUNTRY ARE SUITED FOR CHILDRENHERE ARE A FEW THAT GO ABOVE AND BEYOND A KIDS MENU.

SERVES 4-6 | TOTAL TIME : 30 MIN

INGREDIENTS:

• 12 Little neck clams fresh from local waters.
• 1/2- lb. smoked bacon, chopped thin.
• 2 heaping tablespoons of grated yellow onion.
• 2 cloves of minced fresh garlic.
• 1 cup of fresh shredded sautéed spinach.
• 4 tablespoons of fresh grated parmesan cheese.

NEW QUARTERDECK AIMS TO BE A 'HOT SPOT'

By Vickie McIntyre

When The Sea Pines Resort broke ground for the redevelopment of the Quarterdeck restaurant last spring, Cliff McMackin, Director of Resort Development, declared it was destined to be the new “hot spot” on the island.