Started by a professional winemaker, the Island Winery crafts fine fermented red, white, and Lowcountry specialty wines from the fruits of the South Carolina coast. The wine and cheese happy hour kicks off in the early evening and includes a glass of wine and light appetizers for all guests. Attendees taste 10 of Island Winery's wines, including the barrel-reserve chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and southern passion sangria. Those opting for the wine flight, held 12:30 p.m.–2:20 p.m., will enjoy an olfactory overload with samples of many of the available imbibing delicacies, and complimentary cheeses cleanse palates and act as rubbery tooth napkins.
In 2012, Park Plaza Cinema made the conversion from reel to digital projectors, which WTOC chronicled locally. "It's a sad day. It's a historical day," Lucie Mann, who owns the theater with her husband, Larry, told WTOC. The digital conversion has not been the only upgrade at Park Plaza. The new Parlez-Vous Lounge and Ciné-Café invites guests to relax on its cushy benches or barstools for housemade ice cream or gourmet pizza or wings. Select beers and wines are also available. Along with its regular rotation of Hollywood blockbusters, family films, and arthouse cinema, the theater also organizes movie clubs and hosts a weekly movie-discussion group with a film critic.
Wood-trimmed walls accent the mountain-lodge-like atmosphere at this
Hilton Head pub, where you can settle in for any of 36 draft beers crafted by breweries including Yuengling, Magic Hat, and New Belgium. The Lodge's cooks whip up an array of hearty eats ranging from massive double burgers to tater tots smothered in spicy ranchanero sauce, and then serve them in classic pub-style baskets.
Feel free to sip a beer and eat while seated at the bar or a table, or place a candle and a vase of flowers on one of the billiards or shuffleboard tables.
Build your own burger at R and D Wine Boutique — this restaurant serves all-American food.
Order a bottle for the table if you like — R and D Wine Boutique has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more.
Get online for free courtesy of R and D Wine Boutique's wifi.
The dress code at R and D Wine Boutique is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you.
Getting your food to go is also an option.
A nearby parking lot is readily available for R and D Wine Boutique's diners.
R and D Wine Boutique is creating dishes any foodie will love at around $30.
Try as they might, home brewers cannot transform barley and hops into bubbly craft brews with the flick of a switch or a hearty whistle. For tools, equipment, and advice, brewers congregate at the Savannah Home Brew Shop, where they can sniff and sample specialty grains, yeast, and malts from Crosby & Baker.
Students stock up on shiny new brewing equipment from Foxx while scouring available brewing books and magazines for the up-to-date trends and tips. The staff at Savannah Home Brew Shop can guide novices through their first fermented steps with home-brewing kits, as well as starter kits and supplies for wine makers. Seasoned brewers load up on brand-name liquid or dry yeasts, and hoist bulk bags of dry grain on their shoulders as they try to outrun the sprightly Saint Paulie girl that just stole their stein.
The Savannah Morning News reviewed Sugar Daddy's, and Connect Savannah mentioned the restaurant. Four Yelpers give it a near-perfect 4.5-star average, and 73% of Urbanspooners recommend the sweet spot.