Sea Pines Resort and River Dog Brewing have teamed up to create Lighthouse Blonde Ale. Previously only available on tap at the resort's restaurants, it is now available in red and white candy-striped cans featuring a picture of the Harbour Town Lighthouse. Here's where you can buy it.
Wet Willie's Beaufort franchise hopes to open Saturday, December 2, 2017. A mural at the frozen drink bar includes Beaufort heroes Robert Smalls and Joe Frazier and offers a nod to the military town's Marine Corps presence.
Andrew Carmines, owner of Hudson's Seafood House on the Docks, shared their brining recipe they use for their annual Thanksgiving community meal that they produce with St. Andrew By-The-Sea United Methodist Church.
The holidays are known for getting together with family and loved ones and sharing a good meal. While pets are certainly considered to be a part of the family, they shouldn't eat the foods that may grace your table. Watch to find out why.
Mulberry Street Trattoria owner Joe Sullivan shares his meatball recipe that he serves at home and in his restaurant, and then how many times he had to multiply it to make what will hopefully be the new Guinness Book of World Records' largest meatball.
Though Beaufort's Sea Eagle Market does not provide oyster shucking service for the oysters it sells, workers there know a thing or two about how to prize an oyster from its shell. Here, just in time for oyster season, employees Kelly Bowick and Lora Wasielewski demonstrate the proper way to shuck a raw oyster on Nov. 10, 2016.
The 11th Street Dockside building has been empty since it was damaged in a fire, but it was recently purchased by a Hilton Head Island restaurant group who plans to put in a family seafood restaurant. Check out this look inside of the building before the renovations begin.
Hilton Head's Stoner Pizza Joint features made-from-scratch dough that derives from a dumpling recipe. Here, Jacob Ragsdale shows how the dough is thrown on Wednesday at the new restaurant located at Circle Center on Pope Avenue.
Pancake artist Ben Daniels of Dancakes makes an edible creation from Stephen King’s “It” at the 14th annual Art in the Park. Dancakes was one in the over 50 artist stands that participated in the event, which was Oct. 14 and 15 at Lindendale Park in Highland.