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

Let the Marinades Do the Work

Marinades are like flavor elves, working behind the scenes at boosting flavors and tenderizing while the cook is off doing other things. Typically, a marinade consists of oil, vinegar, acidic ingredients such as lemon or lime, and herbs and/or spices. Another type of marinade consists of tropical fruits such as papaya and pineapple and which have enzymes to break down tissues and add flavor. Ceviche (also spelled ‘seviche’) “cooks” the seafood without any heat – only the acidity of the juices used does the trick. 

Cool down with SWEET TREATS

Going out for ice cream in the Lowcountry? You’re in for a treat. At last count, Beaufort County had more than 20 places where those who love ice cream, gelato, sorbet, soft-serve or fro-yo could get their fix of creamy goodness. While frozen yogurt sold by the ounce is the newest addition to Hilton Head Island and Bluffton, other options abound to satisfy cravings for something cold and sweet on a hot summer day.

All About Grilling

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO HARNESS YOUR INNER CAVEMAN AND COMBINE MEAT AND FLAME TO CREATE SOMETHING AMAZING.

Ever since the first primitive grillmaster rotisseried a wooly mammoth flank over an open flame, the concept of cooking outdoors has carried a certain mystique that you don’t find in, say, your average microwave.

New Food Trucks Rolling Onto Hilton Head

As part of Hilton Head Island’s food truck pilot program, four food trucks are serving up a variety of cuisines at beach locations around the island: Murican Border, offering “international tacos” with Greek, Japanese and Korean flavors, can be found at Driessen Beach Park.

Lowcountry Lobster is continuing to serve its specialties, like lobster rolls and lobster nachos, but added hot dogs, hamburgers and cold sides like potato salad to the menu. It also is parked at Driessen Beach Park.

New restaurant opens in Coligny

Erika Waronsky has opened The Sandbar Beach Eats, a new restaurant on Hilton Head Island in Coligny Plaza Shopping Center near the traffic circle. The restaurant opened June 3 in the former home of Bomboras. Waronsky’s new restaurant has an outside bar, covered outdoor seating, a cooking pit, live music, flip-flop friendly atmosphere and a pick-up window.

Delicious Recipes from Lowcountry

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