Your Guide to Hilton Head Island and Bluffton Restaurants

Hilton Head Restaurants

Welcome to the online version of Fork & Fun, Best Hilton Head Restaurants Guide; the most comprehensive source of restaurant and dining information for Hilton Head Island, Bluffton and the surrounding area.

With owners and chefs from all over the world, area’s vibrant restaurant scene goes well beyond its Southern roots. You can expect extraordinary here, whether it’s organic beef, seafood just off the boat or desserts made before your eyes. Fork & Fun Restaurants are grouped by specialty (Seafood, American, Continental, Italian, Asian, Mexican Pizza, etc.).


 

 

Hilton Head Restaurant News

FISH Seafood & Raw Bar Changes Name

FISH Seafood & Raw Bar has a new name, FISH Casual Coastal Seafood. They continue to place a premium on sourcing delicious seafood from local sources and lightly preparing it with a deep respect for regional foodways and Lowcountry culinary history. Their courteous and knowledgeable staff can guide you on a delectable journey of inspired seafood dishes in a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere among a variety of dining and lounging areas.

Up The Creek Debuts Southern Beers

With a new focus on Southern beers, Up the Creek Pub & Grill on Hilton Head Island is embracing the Lowcountry’s heritage. “We are thrilled to support the entrepreneurial Southern spirit with these refreshing brews,” says GM Jason Greninger. Now on the menu: Hilton Head Distillery’s Tropical Lager and Crab Pilsner, plus Southern Barrel Brewing Co.’s Damn Yankee IPA and Kick Back Black Lager. Other beers hail from Greenville, Charleston, and Asheville.

Wexford Subway Turns 30

Thirty years ago, America’s healthiest fast food restaurant came to Hilton Head Island when Subway opened in The Village at Wexford. With more than 37,000 locations, Subway is the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain. Here in the Lowcountry, the option to “Eat fresh!” is more popular than ever with counter service for buildyour- own healthy sandwiches and salads.

New management for Zepplin’s at Station 300

Under new management, Zepplin’s is now in the capable hands of Mike Chapman, a Savannah native who graduated from Johnson & Wales University. He has worked at Lowcountry country clubs from Beaufort to Bluffton for more than 30 years. Chapman has implemented an exciting new Lowountry-inspired menu, with a favorite dish of grilled flat iron steak. Zepplin’s also has a new catering menu, full bar and new special drinks menu. Popular draws at the restaurant include a pet-friendly patio, huge TVs showing a myriad of sports, and a dance floor.

The Crazy Crab Jarvis Creek

The Crazy Crab Jarvis Creek (north end location) is under renovation and looks forward to re-opening their doors at the end of this summer, better than ever including a brand new outdoor bar. They greatly appreciate all of the support and encouragement from the community and can’t wait to once again serve the freshest seafood on the island.

Delicious Recipes from Lowcountry

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