S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster announced an executive order intended to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus. The order mandates restaurants and bars stop the sale of alcohol at 11 p.m. The order went into effect July 11. The order does not apply to alcohol sold at convenience or grocery stores, wine and liquor stores, or retail business.
Plantation Golf Club at Sea Pines Resort is offering to-go dining seven days a week with delivery or curbside pickup. The service is available 4-9 p.m.
ELA'S On the Water is offering Sunday brunch every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located at Shelter Cove Harbour. Reservations recommended.
Santa Fe Café is the only place on Hilton Head Island to find authentic Southwestern cuisine, and nothing is more representative of this favorite locals’ eatery than a bowl of painted desert soup.
TIMELESS NEIGHBORHOOD WATERING HOLE
Calhoun Street Tavern is nestled in the Promenade of Old Town Bluffton and has a lot to offer if you want your taste buds to experience some real Southern fare just a few blocks from the bluff. It offers the town a timeless neighborhood watering hole paired with a chef-driven menu of southern plates, thoughtful service and comforting Lowcountry classic food.
INNOVATIVE ITALIAN FARE
Nunzio Restaurant + Bar burst onto the dining scene last year on Hilton Head Island and is the talk of the town. The beautifully renovated space on New Orleans Road is owned by Nunzio Patruno, who currently owns New Jersey restaurant Nunzio Ristorante Rustico, which was reviewed by The New York Times and other media outlets.
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Hilton Head – North End
COCONUTZ SPORTZ BAR
40 Folly Field Road | 843.842.0043
Open to the public. Sporting events shown on dual 125” high-definition screens and 18 other TV’s. Try the “Island’s Best Wings,” craft burgers and brews, prime rib.
NOT FANCY, JUST GOOD!
Serving home-cooked seafood since 1998, the Sea Shack has one of the island’s most extensive menus of seafood served lots of ways, including grilled, blackened, fried and more.
Enjoy favorites such as tilapia, mahi, salmon, grouper and snapper. The diverse menu also includes platters, po’ boys, sandwiches and soups.
A CRAVEABLE SEAFOOD EXPERIENCE
A new seafood restaurant with an unusual name and a menu inspired by its food truck origins is now open on Hilton Head Island. At the bustling corner of Arrow Road and William Hilton Parkway, the restaurant offers healthy, affordable, chef-crafted food in a completely remodeled space inside the building that formerly housed The Pantry gas station.
HILTON HEAD’S SEAFOOD DESTINATION
Rockfish Seafood and Steaks is proud to call itself “Hilton Head’s Seafood Destination,” and locals and visitors agree.
The menu offers shrimp, oysters (as in Rockefeller, Charleston, on the half-shell and even in a Bloody Mary-based shooter), shrimp and grits, Ahi tuna, halibut and salmon, as well as a “Southern fried” menu, pasta and a wide selection for “land lovers,” including steak, pork shoulder, ribs and burgers. They use local fresh fish when available.