Farm-to-table restaurant opens
The SERG Group opened Nectar Farm Kitchen, a farm-to-table restaurant on the same location as the former Marley’s Island Grille spot on Hilton Head Island. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, SERG founder Steve Carb said.
“Enjoy all the fruits of the Lowcountry in one special spot,” the SERG Group website said.
Nood Opens IN Coligny Plaza
Nood, an Asian fusion café offering finger foods, healthy salads and build-your-own ramen noodle bowls, opened in February in Coligny Plaza.
Burnt Church Distillery
Bluffton’s newest distillery is set to open this spring. Adjacent to the distillery is an outdoor patio where customers can enjoy fast-service pizza, salads, beer and wine at the new Pizza Co. location. The distillery plans to host public events, including artisan markets and live music. To learn more, visit burntchurchdistillery.com.
Mediterranean Grill opens on Hilton Head
Casablanca Mediterranean Grill officially opened recently. Chef Hicham Elmadi has 24 years of experience in the industry. He specializes in French and Mediterranean cuisines, with an emphasis on using fresh products with a farm-to-table focus, a Facebook post said. The menu includes wraps, falafel and chicken kebab.
The Quarterdeck restaurant at the Sea Pines Resort will be redeveloped to include a new rooftop oyster bar offering 270-degree views of Harbour Town Yacht Basin and Calibogue Sound.Construction set to start this spring.
The new vision, created by design firm Hart Howerton, will feature a two-story restaurant with a bar and dining area on the first floor and the rooftop oyster bar where guests can enjoy views of Harbour Town and the 18th hole of the legendary Harbour Town Golf Links.
“This new restaurant will serve as the cornerstone of Harbour Town and is destined to become the most desirable dining venue on Hilton Head Island,” said Steve Birdwell, president of The Sea Pines Resort.