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

Cocktails, anyone?

A new state law allows distilleries in Beaufort County to serve cocktails out of their tasting rooms, which was previously prohibited. The law went into effect in late June. Local businesses Hilton Head Distillery and Daufuskie Island Rum Co. have said they planned to offer visitors the option of buying a cocktail during tastings. 

Greens & Grains

ADD FRESH PRODUCE TO YOUR DIET AND COMMUNITY

Dedicating more of your plate to fresh-from-the-garden produce as well as rice and grains can lead to a healthier lifestyle, according to Cheryl Forberg, registered dietitian and award-winning chef and nutritionist for “The Biggest Loser.”

“Most of my adult clients who are not veggie lovers usually had little exposure to them growing up, or they just weren’t cooked properly,” Forberg said. “It’s important for parents to get their children involved in cooking, shopping and even gardening so kids can understand the journey from seed to plate.”

Signe does dinner

Signe Gardo, proprietor of Signe’s Bakery & Café, is now serving complete take-home dinners. The individually prepared, take home service has generated a loyal following. A new menu is emailed each Monday with the choices for that week. Dishes vary widely from Chicken Piccata with pasta to Teriyaki Glazed North Atlantic Salmon. Dinners cost $10.95-$15.95. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Master chef

Brandon Carter, chef-owner of Farm Bluffton, recently was invited to collaborate on sevencourse dinner coordinated by Certified Master Chef Richard Rosendale at Down Island, a fine dining eatery in Vineyard Haven, Mass. Carter made a heirloom tomato and chanterelle tart. In May, Carter also participated in a dinner at the James Beard House in New York City. At his restaurant in Bluffton, Carter crafts an everevolving menu that supports local farmers, producers and artisans. 

Where’s the chicken?

A new fried chicken map showing more than 300 locations in South and North Carolina went on sale in July— on National Fried Chicken Day.

For $9.99, the graphic design firm E.D.I.A. has created a map that gives fried chicken lovers details about where to find stand outs among the many types of fried chicken served in the two states.

Delicious Recipes from Lowcountry

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