Chairs sit submerged on the outside patio at Hudson's Seafood on Hilton Head Island after a king tide the morning of Oct. 28. Andrew Carmines, the restaurant's owner, says the day's high tides were not nearly as bad as the previous morning, where the water came into the room but receded in time for lunch.
Chairs sit submerged on the outside patio at Hudson's Seafood on Hilton Head Island after a king tide the morning of Oct. 28. Andrew Carmines, the restaurant's owner, says the day's high tides were not nearly as bad as the previous morning, where the water came into the room but receded in time for lunch. Drew Martin dmartin@islandpacket.coml
Chairs sit submerged on the outside patio at Hudson's Seafood on Hilton Head Island after a king tide the morning of Oct. 28. Andrew Carmines, the restaurant's owner, says the day's high tides were not nearly as bad as the previous morning, where the water came into the room but receded in time for lunch. Drew Martin dmartin@islandpacket.coml

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