The article — accompanied by nearly a dozen photos — follows owner Andrew Carmines’ journey with the business.
Below a picture of Carmines inspecting an oyster bed appears a sub-headline, “How Hilton Head native Andrew Carmines took the food-sourcing model of his family’s decades-old dockside restaurant and flipped it on its head.”
It details Carmines’ experience growing up in the restaurant business to recent years when he started venturing into the world of fresh seafood.
Most notably Carmines has been known for starting his own oyster farming business — Shell Ring Oyster Company.
This isn’t the first time Carmines and the restaurant have found themselves in the spotlight recently.
Hudson’s is in the running for “best restaurant in the South” as part of Southern Living’s “South’s Best 2018” contest. Hilton Head’s Michael Anthony’s Cucina Italiana restaurant also is in the running.
Carmines, along with several other Hilton Head restaurant owners and chefs, recently were invited to hold an event at “The Beard House” in New York City. The event is being held by the James Beard Foundation.
Barnes & Noble on Hilton Head carries Coastal Living, but due to the snowstorm the most recent issue has not yet arrived. Employees with the store said it is on the way, though.