Restaurants in Hilton Head Island

Up to 50% Off Southern Food at Sisters of the New South

Multiple Locations

$12 $6

(555)

Southern staples include pancakes and grits and fried chicken, pork chops, and sides such as collard greens, fried okra, and lima beans

Up to Half Off at Chive Sea Bar & Lounge

Savannah

$30 $15

(11)

Seafood with a modern twist, such as Dungeness crab tartar, served in a lounge whose handcrafted gin cocktails pay homage to the '20s

43% Off American Cuisine at Bonna Bella Waterfront Grille

Savannah

$30 $17

(15)

Devour fresh seafood dishes, hearty sandwiches, and renowned tacos on an expansive deck with panoramic view of marshes and islands

Half Off Gourmet Foods at Form

Thomas Square

$20 $10.99

(34)

60 types of international cheese, more than 10 meats, and a smorgasbord of unique gourmet groceries

Up to Half Off Asian-Fusion Dinner at Ele Fine Fusion

Wilmington Island

$30 $15

(15)

Chef channels Laotian upbringing to serve up inventive Asian entrees, sushi, and organic veggie stir-fries in chic zen locale

40% Off at Best Caribbean Cuisine

Savannah

$20 $12

(31)

Menu blends together flavors of the Caribbean with dishes such as fried pork, creole gumbo, shrimp spaghetti, and steamed red snaper

Up to 47% Off at Bushido Japanese Restaurant

Charleston

$38 $20

Authentic Japanese restaurant and sushi bar serves meat, seafood, or vegetables fresh off the hibachi grill to go with rice, soup, and salad

Up to 50% Off at Creekside Pizza Co.

Charleston

$20 $11

(48)

Margherita, three-meat, and veggie pizzas share menus space with wild mushroom ravioli and local shrimp pesto

50% Off Italian Comfort Food at Joe Pasta

Mazyck - Wraggborough

$14 $7

Homestyle Italian and Italian-American classics, including subs with homemade meatballs, chicken marsala, and personal pizzas

Up to 49% Off Italian Food at Al Di La

Charleston

$50 $28.75

(883)

Homemade ricotta and mascarpone gnocchi, asparagus risotto with seared seas scallops, and pork braised in milk

Up to 46% Off a Flatbread Meal at The Gathering Cafe Restaurant

Charleston

$41.50 $23

(95)

Healthy comfort food made with fresh, local, and often organic ingredients fills 15-year veteran chef's seasonally changing menu

Up to 48% Off Sushi or Hibachi Dinner at Katsu

North Charleston

$33.47 $18

Appetizers such as fried spring rolls or baked mussels pair with artfully plated sushi rolls or hibachi dinners

Up to 50% Off at Chill-n-Grill

North Charleston

$15 $7.50

Eatery dishes American cuisine like club sandwiches, burgers with fries, and wings

Up to 45% Off Gastropub and Southern Cuisine

North Charleston

$20 $11

Upscale-casual restaurant serves pulled pork panini, smoked chicken wings, and locally-sourced vegetables and meats

Up to Half Off Indian Food at Bollywood Cafe

North Charleston

$20 $11

(31)

Rich, creamy Punjabi-style curries, lamb biryani, and Bombay-style samosas with yogurt and tamarind sauce

45% Off Café Food at The Galleria Cafe

Summerville

$20 $11

Three or more daily soups, build-your-own sandwiches, all-you-can-eat chef's salads, and a variety of coffees and smoothies

40% Off Pizza at Brixx Wood Fired Pizza

Mount Pleasant

$20 $12

Chefs cook 21 varieties of pizza in open-flame brick ovens, augmented by pastas, sandwiches, and sizable beer and wine selection

Half Off at Calder’s Buffalo Pub 

Mount Pleasant

$30 $15

(64)

Chefs sling hot wings in 20 flavors, such as Jamaican jerk and lemon pepper, as well as burgers and hand-cut chips

Up to 53% Off Irish Food at McGarvey's Wee Pub

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

(34)

The diverse menu features Irish and American classics to enjoy while watching sports on big screens or live bands that play on weekends

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Although Cathryn “Chef C” Matthes began life as an overweight child, she favored healthy cooking early in her culinary career. She turned toward nutritious foods and recipes, and eventually earned recognition from Southern Living magazine, SpaFinder magazine, and the New York Daily News for her healthful and delicious foods. Today, Chef C helms DelisheeeYo, adhering to her health-conscious mission while preparing light lunch fare and frozen yogurt.

DelisheeeYo’s frozen yogurt menu includes one flavor: tart original. Packed with probiotics, this low-fat and lower-sugar yogurt swirls into 3-, 5-, and 7-ounce cups or 10-gallon cowboy hats when no one’s looking. A toppings bar, packed with everything from fresh fruit to housemade chocolate-chipotle-cinnamon syrup, dresses up yogurt to each customer’s liking. The chef and staff hand-select organic apples, strawberries, and blueberries from local and organic sources when available, and avoid high-fructose corn syrup by importing all of their chocolates and caramels.

Though the yogurt is DelisheeeYo’s specialty, Chef C doesn’t stop there. Organic greens, peppers, garbanzo beans, and cheeses fill a vegan salad bar. Whole-wheat flour tortillas wrap themselves around nut butter, banana, and honey, or transform into a Trojan Horse to surround hummus and Greek olives. The chef helps customers wash down meals by concocting refreshing specialty drinks from ingredients such as organic Italian lemon juice and agave nectar.

32 Palmetto Bay Rd
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US

Parmesan-encrusted snapper. Hand-battered fried shrimp. One and a half pounds of steamed snow-crab legs. The culinary team at Parrot Cove Seafood Grill and Bar crafts these succulent seafood dishes from fresh catches at their waterfront restaurant on Shelter Cover Harbor. Owner Jimmy’s love of French and southern cooking is reflected in the menu featuring dinner and dessert crepes, oyster po’ boys, pulled-pork sandwiches, and half racks of ribs with housemade slaw. Meals unfold in a dining room adorned with nautical decorations and more than 40 parrots, who take forms such as paintings, statuettes, and waiters. Parrot Cove also provides spacious outdoor seating, seasonal live entertainment from local artists, and, for kids, a chance to rummage through a treasure box if they clean their plates.

13 Harbourside Ln
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US

In 1999, the two brothers-in-law who founded Main Street Cafe & Pub aimed to create a down-to-earth neighborhood restaurant that evoked a sense of luxury with its menu of seafood and upscale pub food. Today, their restaurant hosts throngs of devoted locals, as well as shrewd tourists who can smell the all-you-can-eat crab legs.

The dining room's tall bay windows shine light onto a black-and-white checkerboard floor and tables groaning under a mix of casual pub eats and homestyle entrees. Distinctive dishes such as parmesan-encrusted grouper and a fried tilapia melt—complete with housemade jalapeño tartar sauce—balance out familiar blackened-chicken wraps and fish ’n’ chips. The seafood chowder and other housemade soups are prepared fresh daily.

1411 Main St
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US

Nestled in among the trees, sunshine, and ferns of Hilton Head, Nick's Steak and Seafood looks like a friendly local joint from the outside. A simple step through the door, however, teleports diners from the Lowcountry to pure Pittsburgh sports mania. Owner Josh and his wife, Katie, both love the Steel City teams, and they celebrate that love with apparel and memorabilia from the Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates all over the walls. To fuel the fanaticism, their chefs dish up a menu of classic surf 'n' turf, which includes filet mignon, lobster tail, and ready-to-peel shrimp.

9 Park Ln
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US

Peaks of frosting crown the cupcakes at Ronnie’s Bakery, which are ornamented with creative designs such as red-seamed baseballs or the faces of pop-culture icons. Larger cakes can be created to accompany handheld desserts.

1 Forest Cv
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US

The walls of the warmly lit dining room where chef Paul Colella serves up mouth-watering entrees—such as cabernet-reduction prime filet mignon ($30) and tangy papaya-salsa-topped Carribean snapper ($29)—double as an art gallery for the colorful figurative paintings of his wife, Lunonia. The sight of Lunonia slathering oils on canvas in the dining room, or the sounds of guitarist Armand DeMille's retro rock ballads each Friday and Saturday night, may whip guests into a creative fervor, but the restaurant's list of 70 red and white wines and specialty coffee drinks rewards lingerers who don't drop their forks immediately to consecrate their lives to artistic creation and the careful maintenance of unicorn-hair paintbrushes.

20 Executive Park Rd
Hilton Head Island,
SC
US