Category: Hilton Head Island Food & Dining

Posted on 4/21/2021


Hilton Head is a wonderful vacation spot year-round, and the summer is certainly the most popular time to visit the island. With the wide range of things to do on the island this summer, we bring you the top spots to eat, play, shop, relax and stay! After all, most of your time should be spent having fun in the Hilton Head Island sun, and this guide will help you do just that!...

Posted on 6/26/2020

5 Of Our Favorite Al Fresco Restaurants On Hilton Head Island

Hudson’s Seafood on The Docks, or simply Hudson’s as all the locals call it, is an island legend when it comes to seafood and sunsets. For more than 50 years, Hudson’s has been a-one-of-a-kind Hilton Head Island experience. You’re not just dining and having drinks by the water you’re literally doing it on the dock in Skull Creek (Intracoastal Waterway)]. Tables, both inside and out, feature extraordinary views of Port Royal Sound, and offer one of the best spots on all the island for watching an...

Posted on 1/28/2019

Top Spots To Catch All The Super Bowl Action On Hilton Head Island

Time for Super Bowl LIII [53 for all you who don’t speak Roman]. And it’s got some very usual suspects [shout out to all you Pats fans out there] and some newcomers with young QB Goff, and head coach McVay leading the way for upstart L.A. Rams.

Posted on 11/5/2018

Dishes You Need to Try on Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island has long forged a reputation as a playground for the rich and powerful. Yes, there are plenty of opportunities for those of us whose champagne and caviar dreams tend to clash with a beer and barbecue budget but for those living the high life, Hilton Head is a home away from home. And if there’s one thing you can say for the fabulously wealthy, they tend to eat well....

Posted on 10/15/2018

Low Country in a Bottle: 6 Drinks You Have to Try

It’s been a long-running joke that Hilton Head Island is a drinking town with a golf problem, but lately, all manner of brewers and distillers are ensuring that when islanders do imbibe they get nothing but the best. As the craft movement has swept through both the beer and cocktail industries, it has made its mark on the Lowcountry with a slew of locally made libations. From spirits to wine to beer, you can fill your glass with some Lowcountry potables and get a true taste for the flavor...