Hilton Head Restaurants
With over 250 restaurants scattered across our small island, Hilton Head provides food from around the globe for the adventurer in you. So whether you’re a particularly picky eater or inclined to investigate, you’re sure to find something to satisfy. With
all the restaurants we’d love to list them all, but don’t worry about the growling beast in your tummy, he’s sure to be a fat, happy cat after a visit to one our islands famous eateries.
With titles like “Market Fresh Seafood”, “The Butchers Block”, “Pasta Paradise” and more, it’s easy to see why the Black Marlin is such a popular place. Relax in a Key West atmosphere at dockside Palmetto Bay Marina. Choose from indoor or outdoor seating
per your preference and order from an expansive menu featuring food from all different genres. The dinner menu includes a full page of wine with over fifty selections, and a full page of specialty drinks, and beers from Bud Light to Belgian White. Past the
first few drink pages you’ll find “Off the Hook Apps” including favorites like Sushi Nachos, and Black Marlin Tacos. Their complete menu features soup and salad, a variety of seafood and shellfish, hand cut steaks, sandwiches, pastas and even surf and turf
combos focusing on their prepared fresh daily steaks and seafood. If you’re looking for something a bit more casual, be sure to check out the newly expanded Black Marlin Hurricane Bar. Take a seat outdoors where you’ll be served with your favorite daiquiris,
specialty hot and cold coffee and your favorite beers and liquors. You can also mosey on indoors to the newly expanded daiquiri bar where every Tuesday is Fat Tuesday! Find Cajun food and drink specials as well as a daily happy hour!
Welcome to the Fabulous Frankie Bones Restaurant and Lounge. Swanky style, fabulous food. Specializing in steaks, chops, seafood and pasta, Frankie Bones is a classic American-Italian restaurant inspired by the big cities of the U.S. Serving lunch, brunch,
and dinner you’re guaranteed to find something you can’t resist. The kitchen is completed with a combination wood fired and charcoal grill used to prepare marinated rib-eye and NY strips. Or maybe you’re in the mood for something from the sea; try the Tilapia
Amandine, or the Cod Savannah. If Italian is what interests you, go a little Italian with Cannelloni or simple Spaghetti and meatballs! Above all be sure to save room for dessert! The make your own s’mores is a must have at Frankie Bones with your own fire,
sticks, and mallows to make s’mores right at your table! If you didn’t stop by for dinner then go check out the fabulous lounge. The beautiful granite bar top will have you feeling like you just stepped into the 50’s and 60’s complete with big booths, soft
lighting, and classical Sinatra playing in the background. The martini menu has an array of martinis and cocktails so you’re sure to find the perfect party punches while you relax and soak up the ambiance of the Fabulous Frankie Bones!
Giuseppi’s Pizza & Pasta takes island Italian to a whole new levek! With their neighborly atmosphere they make fine and fresh pizza eating easy. Created just like the hoagies, pizza and pasta they’re used to in Pittsburgh, you’ll find this quaint restaurant
friendly and fun. Choose from an extensive menu, featuring all original appetizers such as bruschetta, mozzarella stix, onion rings and more. They even make parmesan dippers, and meatball sliders! Pick from a variety of salads including, veggie, antipasto,
Greek and even tuna! And if you’re less into greens they have original Italian Wedding Soup. Maybe you’re over the traditional ‘soup and salad’ or appetizers, well move onto bigger and better with the real food! Giuseppe’s features eleven different pastas,
six specialty pizzas, three specialty boli’s (similar to calzone), five wraps, nine weggies, four Philly cheesesteaks, and nine hogies! And of course you are more than welcome to make your own pizza and bolis. Once you’ve fattened up on excellent food undo
that top button because you’ve simply got to try one of their desserts, all of which can be served a la mode! Choose from chocolate lava cake, bourbon pecan pie, homemade zeppoli and more! By the time you finally ready to roll out the door you won’t be able
to resist placing a to-go order to bring home for the family. And if the temptation will be too great on the car ride home, grab a half baked pizza! They start it, you finish it at home! With all the mouthwatering marinara it’s easy to see you’ll be bringing
the family back!
From the Food Networks “The Next Food Network Star,” Orchid Paulmeier brings to your dinner table dishes of “comfort food with a kick”. In 2007 One Hot Mama’s American Grille was opened in Reilleys Plaza serving homemade southern favorites. Winner of The
Serg Triple D Challenge, winner of Girls Scouts Death by Chocolate Gala, 1st place Judges choice for Wingfest, 1st place showmanship for Kiwanis Chili Cook-Off, and 2nd place best restaurant of the Seafood, Jazz and Brew festival,
it’s pretty obvious with One Hot Mama’s is a must-eat at place! And that was just in 2010! Stop in for lunch or dinner and choose from signature items such as their Baby Back Ribs, Cobb Salad, BBQ Burger, Pulled Pork Sandwich and more. Create your own lunch
special, or choose from wings, BBQ, steaks, ribs, and more! The menu constantly features new items as well as gluten free items, along with their many award winning dishes. You can even order to-go! As if all that isn’t enough, one thing that really makes
this place special is that Orchid was never changed by the spotlight. Still as humble as ever, she prides herself on her family, friends and food. She runs her own kitchen to make sure everything comes out just right! And if you’ve got a suggestion, feel free
to mention it! She’s all about making her restaurant the best it can be!
If you’re still searching for succulent seafood then go to the Skull Creek Boathouse where they say “one bite and you’re hooked”. Offering menus for brunch, lunch, sunset, dinner and the dive bar most anytime of the day is time for the Boathouse. Offering
complimentary and nightly sunsets, what better way to spend your evening than shooting oysters with a view! Both indoor and outdoor seating is available to accommodate your needs for most any eating option. Lunch and weekend brunch offer foods from “All day
appetizers” to “Shipshape Sandwiches” so whether you’re apt to try the Deviled Crab Benedict with deviled crab poached eggs, or Cajun Chicken Pasta with spicy Andouille sausage, brunch and lunch will have something that tickles your taste buds! If you’re looking
to catch the sunset Skull Creek Boathouse is always up to date on the exact time, so the real question is; What are you going to have for dinner while you enjoy it? You can arrive early and make your own Sunset Dinner Plate choosing from soup or salad, followed
by your choice of entrée and two sides! If your tummy is really grumbling you’ll find the full menu will please it! Try the Dive Bar, a raw bar consisting of sushi, sashimi, and more. You can personalize your own ceviche or try other raw h’orderves, then choose
from several different types of sake before topping it off with homemade dessert! Choose from Pudding Cake, Crème Brulee, Cheesecake and more! If you prefer your food be cooked, look to the full dinner menu where you can choose from not just the All Day Appetizers,
but Snow crab, Dungeness crab, and even Alaskan king crab! There is also tons of fresh fish, cut steaks, pasta, and more. With all the Skull Creek Boathouse has you offer, you may find yourself without a reason to leave!
Connoisseurs of fine wine unite! Each and every night at Wiseguys. You want to be there! The best way to sum it up? Big wines, small, plates, serious cocktails. Known for its casual, yet sophisticated feel, Wiseguys is a very unique place here on the island.
They boast over 150 bottles of ‘Big Wines’ from Alternative Reds to Zinfandel and 18 of those bottles are kept in the islands very first Wine Keeper System, assuring you the perfect glass of wine, chilled and poured with such precision that wine anywhere else
may seem mediocre. The secret? Empty space of previously poured wine is compensated with nitrogen, keeping the remaining wine fresh and free from deterioration. The fully stocked bar offers eleven “Wiseguys Serious Cocktails” as well as over twenty domestic
and imported beers. Keep the night going strong by munching on a variety of small plate options from hot crab and cheese fondue to steak stuffed mushrooms! Or arrive early and feast on the early dining menu complete with appetizer, soup or salad and an entrée!
Feel free to bring the little ones so they can also dine in style with a small filet or angel hair pasta from the WiseKids menu!
If your connoisseur specialties are less on the fine dining and more on the burgers and brews side, the then Lodge is the place for you! The Lodge Beer & Growler bar features 36 rotating taps and over 100 bottled beers from around the world! Not to mention
they’ve got the best burgers in town!
Marleys Island Grille just outside the Sea Pines main gate offers an island medley of wood-fired grilled seafood and steaks! But they don’t stop at the food. Dine in a tropical themed (after all, we are on an island) fun environment that will keep the smiles
growing and the laughter flowing! Serving dinner daily as well as happy hour, take-out and a full bar, Marleys provides the options you need! If you’re joining us for dinner you must try the Havana Cabana Chicken, wood grilled and marinated, or the Sugar Cane
Sea Scallops skewered and grilled with pina colada butter! Yum! If you’re coming earlier then take advantage of the Early Dining menu and the happy hour food and drink specials! With choices like Spicy Tuna Sashimi and home-made sangria there’s an island treat
for everyone! After your delicious dinner you can next door and mosey into Marleys Ice Cream & Trading Company to do a little shopping and enjoy an ice cream scoop (or two!).
Set on the beautiful Broad Creek with a breathtaking panoramic view, The Old Oyster Factory Inc. offers not just oysters but a cuisine of creative seafood. Built on the site of an original oyster cannery that is no longer in use, the restaurant is now a
hot spot for original oysters and savory steaks. They offer a menu for the bar, dinner, sunset, kids, and oysters!
If you’re looking for casual dining then try Harolds Diner. Tucked away on the side of the road, you probably won’t even notice it. But keep your eyes peeled as Harolds Big H burger is pretty popular around these parts.
If you’re on the go and need a quick tasty meal then stop by the Island Bagel Company. Known for their homemade bagels and cream cheese, Island Bagel Company offers a menu of both quick and easy breakfast and lunch. Grab it to go or have a seat inside!
Located at 1301 Main Street Village, reservations can be made by calling 843.682.4455.
The Frankie Bones concept is big city dining, big booths, soft lighting, crisp snappy service with Sinatra playing in the background, reminiscent of the enduring restaurants in Chicago and New York of the 50’s and 60’s. The kitchen
boasts a combination wood fired and charcoal grill used for preparing dishes such as marinated ribeye and NY strip modiga. Slow roasted prime rib of pork or beef, as well as a range of fresh seafood, pasta and chicken dishes including Spaghetti Squash Primavera,
Frankie’s Mac & Cheese, and yes Spaghetti and meatballs also are served. The lounge, with an attractive granite top bar, features classic and original martinis, as well as signature champagne Bellini’s. Their full wine list includes both American and Italian
whites and reds. Frankie’s serves both lunch and dinner seven days a week, plus Sunday Brunch, with continuous service throughout the afternoon. Be sure to ask about their popular early bird and happy hour. Excellent place for take-out and a children’s
menu is available.
Located at 86 Helmsman Way, Palmetto Bay Marina, reservations can be made by calling 843.785.4950.
Attractive waterside restaurant in Palmetto Bay Marina. Patrons may choose to dine and/or enjoy libations either indoors or outside with a view of Broad Creek. The Black Marlin serves, “The Islands largest selection of fresh-caught fish” and drink in a relaxed
carefree environment, with a Key West feel. The menu focuses on a variety of seafood and steaks prepared fresh daily – take note of the daily black board seafood selections upon arrival – with nightly specials that incorporate seasonal items. The Black Marlin
serves lunch and dinner seven days a week, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. A happy hour, early dining and black board seafood selections are offered every day. Also home of the newly expanded Hurricane Bar featuring Fat Tuesday Frozen Daiquiris .
Located at 7-A Greenwood Drive in Reilley’s Plaza (near the Sea Pines Circle), reservations can be made by calling 843.682.6262.
American/Steaks/Ribs. Large portions, great food, friendly environment, great value. Mama’s serves meats smoked “low and slow” that are sure to please. Or enjoy their hand-cut steaks daily. All sides are homemade in small batches. Specialties include
“quality steaks, baby back ribs, pork brisket, seafood, prime rib and chicken”. Dine indoors or outside in season. Pleasant, casual, open atmosphere. Numerous TV’s in bar area great for watching sporting events. Low carb choices available. Try the smoked
and grilled wings! Lunch features “meat plus three” specials. Sunday Brunch Buffet. Family-friendly restaurant. Children’s menu. Large parties of 20 or more can easily be accommodated. Excellent late night menu. Catering and take-out available. One
Hot Mama’s is open for lunch, Sunday Brunch, dinner and late night.
Located at 1513 Main Street Village (next to Frankie Bones restaurant), reservations can be made by calling 843.842.8866.
“Big Wines, Small Plates and Serious Cocktails. The wine list features a large selection (150) of some of the most popular wines in the world, including 50 by the glass. Many have received a score of 90 or better (really good!)
from Wine Spectator magazine. It is very approachable, and includes numerous bottles for less than $30. There also is a broad array of specialty cocktails, plus cordials and brandies. The bar area features a “winekeeper” system that assures customers a
perfectly chilled, accurately poured glass of wine every time. Winekeeper keeps wine fresh because it replaces wine that has been served with nitrogen, so there is no deterioration from prolonged exposure to air. WiseGuys’ excellent “small plate menu” features
a large selection of fresh, delicious, sometimes unusual selections, salads to appetizers, to mini-entrees, to mini-pizzas, to desserts. Since the number of servings on most plates is divisible by two, people may share, try a lot of different items, and
eat as much or as little as they want. The menu is approachable and affordable. WiseGuys serves food from 4:30 – 12 midnight, and libations from 4:30 pm “until”. Catering and cocktail party trays are available.
Located at The Skull Creek Boathouse at 397 Squire Pope Rd next to Hudson's on the Docks, reservations can be made by calling 843.681.3663.
Located on the scenic banks of Skull Creek, overlooking the Intra-coastal Waterway and Pinckney Island wildlife preserve, the Skull Creek Boathouse is Hilton Head's Landmark Waterfront Restaurant. Our expansive deck and outdoor
Marker 13 Buoy Bar are legendary as a meet and greet spot for locals and visitors alike, where complimentary sunsets are offered daily! Guests enjoy panoramic water views from virtually every seat in our indoor and outdoor dining space as well as the most
extensive menu in area. Chef Nick Unangst's bountiful menu elevates Hilton Head's dining tradition to a new level by providing a huge selection of items for both seafood and land lovers. The open kitchen Dive Bar offers the freshest Sushi, Ceviche and raw
bar, all prepared to order. We think a visit to Hilton Head must include a meal at the Skull Creek Boathouse. Lunch Mon-Fri 11:30-4pm. Weekend Brunch 10am-4pm. Dinner nightly 4pm-10, Fri and Sat 4pm-11. Sunset Supper from 4pm-5:45 daily. Happy Hour from
4pm-7 daily. Catering, take-out, and a fun children's menu are available.
Located at 32-D Shelter Cove Lane in the Plaza at Shelter Cove, reservations can be made by calling 843.785.4144.
Giuseppi’s serves excellent, award winning pizza (since 1981), plus a broad variety of well-prepared pasta. Recipient of numerous third party accolades over the years. Pasta selections include lasagna, spaghetti marinara, chicken
parmesan, and ravioli. Ask about their selection of sandwiches! Various specials offered daily. The premises are very pleasant, with indoor and outdoor seating, at HHI location only who also serves up soft-serve ice cream, shakes, sundaes, etc. Full service
bar is available at both locations. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Carry-out, catering and delivery available at both locations.
Located at 7 Greenwood Drive in Reilley’s Plaza (near the Sea Pines Circle), reservations can be made by calling 843.842.8966.
36 Rotating Taps, Growlers to go and winekeeper system. The best burgers in town. Opens daily at 4:00 pm.