For an evening that includes great entertainment, a delicious meal and relaxing ambiance, try Bistro Mezzaluna. You’ll see for yourself why this Italian-inspired eatery on Hilton Head Island’s south side is becoming “the talk of the town.” People come from all over the Lowcountry to enjoy fun, great food at reasonable prices, live music and dancing.
Bistro Mezzaluna’s owners, Mark and Valerie, are proud to introduce Cole Anson, newly appointed head chef. Anson was voted 2006 Chef of the Year by Hilton Head Monthly magazine readers. Mark and Valerie are at therestaurant almost every night greeting new patrons and old friends.
Try Bistro Mezzaluna’s happy hour (5-7 p.m.) at the bar or outdoor terrace. New during happy hour, select tapas are half price. Other great deals include $3 martinis, $2.50 wells, $2 domestics and imports for $2.50. Creative choices on the tapas menu include open facedfilet mignon, sausage stuffed banana peppers, ahi tuna, Bada Bing shrimp or an iceberg wedge. Tapas cost $3-12 and are served in the bar area or on the patio.
Bistro Mezzaluna offers more than 24 entrees on their “sunset menu” for early dining, now from 5-7 p.m. every day. These meals are $12-15.95 and include house wine, bread, pasta, salad or dessert. Add a house salad for $2.50.
The comfortable dining room has terraced seating, skylights, and is decorated with original art. Listen to live music and dance with your sweetheart on one of the few dance floors on the south end of Hilton Head Island.
Weather permitting, dine on the outdoor patio with lovely sub-tropical plants and flowers. Savor authentic Italian, Continental and MediterraneanCuisine served by Bistro Mezzaluna’s courteous staff. The extensive regular dinner menu includes steaks, bracciole, veal chops, a meat medley marsala, Bistro Mezzaluna’s famous veal scaloppini and osso bucco, pastadishes and salads. Most entrees range from $17-22.95.
Accompany your dinner with a selection from the diverse wine list, and finish with a coffee, cappuccino, espresso or dessert.