Six new restaurants are planned for Pooler including Pita Pit, Another Broken Egg Cafe, Tropical Smoothie Cafe, Tin Drum Asian Kitchen, Which Wich and Wayback Burgers. The first of the restaurants will open Aug. 27.
The Cooking Channel’s “Seaside Snacks and Shacks” features Bluffton BBQ and Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks on Hilton Head Island Thursday. A previous episode visited Lucy Bell’s on Daufuskie Island, SC.
The former Nippy’s restaurant in Beaufort, SC, was torn down on Monday. The building on West Street also included Bay Towne Grill, Pappy’s and Alvin Ord’s and was torn down to make way for a possible hotel and parking garage.
Shelby Pinksi, 12, opened her own business at Sippin Cow in Bluffton where she serves up three flavors of ice cream with more in the works. Pinski has big plans for the cash she makes, including a Volkswagen Beetle.
Looking for a restaurants with a waterfront view on Hilton Head Island? To help you decide, here’s a list of places offering a variety of waterfront experiences, from marina and marsh views, to bars on the beach.
Hilton Head Brewing Company is building a new patio in order to seat more customers outside and allow more space for live entertainment and dogs at the facility. The company also plans to bring in food trucks for several days each week.
A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet holds a database documenting U.S. Air Force vet Jim Clark’s 50-year quest to drink 5,000 different types of beer. He reached the milestone at The Lodge on Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Sean “Ada” Aiken used an uplifting spirit to bring joy to the lives of customers at Which Wich in Bluffton, coworkers say. He was found shot to death in a Seabrook ditch July 18. Police are still investigating the crime.
Brick Chicken appeared to close its doors with no explanation. The Fording Island Road restaurant has been the subject of a lawsuit in May for money owed and several police reports within the last year.
NOAA Fisheries announced the recreational and commercial season for catching Red Snapper as July 26. The season will be limited in South Atlantic Federal Waters including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.