Hilton Head Island residents and visitors hankering for hearty, home-made Southern-influenced breakfast and lunch fare in generous portions, served in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, have made this family-owned restaurant a favorite. 

After opening the restaurant in 2004, Randy and Debbie Harvey adopted the motto, “There are no strangers at Stack’s, only friends we haven’t met yet,” and it shows. “Our staff and guests are more than employees and customers, they are family... we are so very fortunate to have these wonderful people in our lives,” says Kimberli Martin, the Harveys’ daughter. She and her husband Michael now manage the restaurant. 

Every year, cooks at Stack’s prepare some 300,000 fresh eggs, 35,000 gallons of pancake batter, 6,500 pounds of sausage, 4,500 pounds of strawberries, 3,500 pounds of bacon, 2,500 pounds of grits, and 1,700 pounds of coffee beans for customers who are Lowcountry restaurants and those who visit every year. The restaurant uses only the best-quality ingredients, from fresh butter and cream to perfectly simmered fruit sauces, Hormel Applewood bacon, Swaggerty’s sausage and they grind the coffee beans for each pot brewed. Among the favorites on the breakfast menu are Crème Brule French Toast, fresh-fruit crepes, catfish grits and greens, and a variety of omelets and benedicts, while the certified Angus burgers and huge salads served in a tortilla bowl are among the lunch favorites. 

Stack’s has a children’s menu and provides a fun, family-friendly environment. Gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and low-carb options are available. Everything on the menu is available to-go. Open seven days a week, Monday -Friday: 7.30am – 1pm, Saturday & Sunday: 7.30am – 2pm, serving breakfast and lunch all day. 2 Regency Parkway at Highway 278, Hilton Head Island. 843- 341-3347.