Iconic high-stepping horses featured in St. Patrick’s Day Parade
We usually ask the participants not to do terribly hot wings for the judges. Well, that year the firefighters decided they wanted to enter their WMD – Wings of Mass Destruction. They were so hot, it brought the judging to a halt. Palates were destroyed.
On St. Patrick’s parade day, there’s no place like Coligny to experience the magic
The new Benny’s Coastal Kitchen off Squire Pope Road is built on what some might call hallowed ground. The Main Dining Room at Benny’s Coastal Kitchen overlooks Skull Creek, with floor to ceiling...
The very instant you step onto Page Island, you’ll be struck by the profound significance of safeguarding and cherishing our environment.
Impressive food, amazing experiences, for a great cause.
A little Valentine poem:
You are my valentine; you bring me pleasure.
With all my love you could not measure,
So on this day I shall always treasure.
Happy Valentine’s for ever and ever.
“It’s a place you can come in and work, hang out with friends or just chill. That’s the space that we want to be,” Duncan said.
RECIPES INCLUDED: Herbal Chai Tea, Protein Seed Crackers, Beet Hummus, Delicata Squash Chips, Creamy Cashew Butternut Squash Soup, Stuffed Acorn Squash, Warm Farro Salad, Raw Vegan Cacao Truffles
Crowds will never be at a lower point any time during 2024 than they will be the final week of January and into early February. It’s the perfect time to take a ride to see downtown Savannah and enjoy some of the great eats that have been making national headlines for a few years now.
Start your new year with a fresh, healthy start in Hilton Head’s downtown.
We tried to do a few things that were traditional, then a few things you couldn’t get somewhere else.
Besides an innate ability to navigate a busy bar while each is pinballing between customers clamoring for drinks, there’s a mesh to their personalities that adds to the neighborhood bar feeling at Woody’s.
“It’s challenging to open a franchise in a small town,” Zhu said. “They usually go to big areas like Atlanta, Charlotte, or Orlando. I knew that, but I just wanted to give people these opportunities to try new flavors and expand a little bit.”
A dream collaboration: Recipes by Chef Lynn Michelle, Glassware, Plates and Serving Dishes can be found at Cassandra’s Kitchen, Pumpkin Chocolate Cake by Daniel Mendoza of D’flavor Custom Cakes
This year, the Island Recreation Association will host its popular Hilton Head Island Oyster Festival Nov. 10-11 at two venues.
Oh yeah, then Mr. Chen brought out a whole fish, scored and fried and bathed in a fantastic garlic brown sauce.
And speaking of Christmas, this book would make an excellent Christmas gift for anyone you know who enjoys visiting Savannah or will be visiting Savannah sometime soon.
Whether good days or bad, high times or low, we all just want to sit down to something delicious and comfortable with people we like.
Coming Back for Seconds: Rock N’ Ribs returns to fill your ears with rock and your belly with some of the best barbecue on earth.
And in the end, fun is what it’s all about. Well, that, and giving back.
“Buffalos is such an important part of our community with arguably the best restaurant views in the Lowcountry, and we are excited to showcase the new and improved space to our residents, members, and the broader Bluffton community…there is a real buzz in the air.”
He’s honoring others on his culinary journey by giving back, helping black-owned farms build programs to serve more restaurants, and working to establish his place in the Lowcountry.
“…the business has also expanded into completely stocking kitchens for their clients. As a newly offered service, they go into a client’s kitchen, inventory the contents, make recommendations and supply the kitchen with tools—from pots and pans, to dinnerware, to glassware, to appliances, to placemats and more.”
Once upon a time, Kim was baking at home. Eventually she and her family moved into a space on Hilton Head’s north end where they were doing some sandwiches and catering.
Hardee Greens Vertical Gardens aims to serve, strengthen, and sustain The Harsta Family of Hardee Greens; Chase, Roel, Logan, Eric and Jennifer In early 2020, people around the world were beginning...
If you find yourself hankering for always-delicious, sometimes-exotic comfort foods that just hit the spot, be sure to check out one of the many food truck vendors that call Hilton Head and our surrounding areas home.
As you gear up to see what’s new at all our old standbys, we figured we would throw together a vision board for you with some of the hottest fall fashions from our favorite local boutiques.
We hope you enjoy all things culinary this month.
We moved here three months later and never looked back. At the time, the second pharmacy on the island was opening and they needed a pharmacist, so my dad had a job.
Here’s what people are saying: “Always Great Food! Surprisingly Good! Anytime we’ve come, the food has been excellent! Nice treat! Check out Big Jim’s.”
“What’s Up, Bob?”
After building up unprecedented public interest, The Bank is finally open!
The beauty of dessert is that it does not have to pretend to be healthy. It’s simply one way of adding a little sweetness to life.
Scott Forrest Bodkin, the pitmaster in residence at Forrest Fire BBQ. In December of 2021, I got an invite to come try some food. The location wasn’t a secret, but the nature of the food kinda/sorta...
Longtime Hilton Head Island residents bring the Daily Café and Market to life at Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina
“I think we should start a family business,” said a young Taylor Whitehead, son of Rocky and Ginny Whitehead, owner/operators of Rockfish Seafood & Steaks at Bomboras on Hilton Head Island. It...
When a restaurant is still creating exceptional dining experiences and wonderful guest memories 50 years after first opening its doors, you know they are doing something right. “Nothing lasts 50...
There are as many social occasions and parties in the spring as there are flowers blooming in the South. Easter, the RBC Heritage, school graduations and Mother’s Day are just a few reasons we...
The Real March Madness is at Coligny: It’s the first month of spring, and the party is heating up in Hilton Head’s downtown.
We can get out and mingle with friends and neighbors, listen to some great live music, toast a night out with a delicious meal and maybe get in a little retail therapy. And, as every year, we launch...
It has become something of an annual rite of spring around here—for me, anyway. There are a lot of people who obviously look forward to warmer temperatures. Many more look forward to anything green...
Practically any festival that has existed on Hilton Head Island for any decent length of time can trace its roots back to a small gathering of some well-intentioned locals hoping to raise some money...
“I need you to go check the back of my car! See if there is any powdered sugar in there! If not, I need you to go to the grocery store as fast as you possibly can.” It’s just before 9 a.m. It’s like...
Raise your hand if you woke up with a hangover on January 1. Surprise! You are not alone. According to a Twitter analysis via Brandwatch, New Year’s Day is the most hungover day of the year, and by an astonishing margin. What better than a pounding headache to inspire a behavior change?
Letting it Rise: Much like a mouthwatering pastry at the French Bakery, the key ingredient in everything is time.
You probably don’t even realize how much of your day is spent in a rush. Scheduled down to the minute, with appointments stacked on appointments, you aren’t even aware that somewhere in the back of...
+ Easy, delicious recipes that pack a nutritional punch
I like to cook. No, I love to cook. Generally, a trip to the grocery store is not on my top-10 list of favorite things to do, but if I know I’m going to prepare dinner for a group of family or...
The Quiz Business: Meet the masters of ceremonies behind some of the Lowcountry’s most exciting trivia nights
What boy band performed the famous Chili’s “Baby Back Ribs” jingle in a 2002 commercial? Who is the NFL’s all-time leader in touchdowns scored? What is the official language of the African nations...
How Marissa Paykos and James Young turned a few acres into a new way of looking at farming.
The worker bees in the trenches will tell you that chefs come and go. The only constant in the food and beverage industry is change. You could be in the weeds with a best friend on Thursday night only to find out they took a job across the street on Saturday. The most fortunate restaurant owners will tell you their biggest secret is consistency with the staff. Make them happy whatever it takes.
We already know Hilton Head Island and the surrounding Lowcountry is where the masses migrate for good food and that everyday vacay feel. As the summer winds down, cooler breezes kick up, and...