Sleep Inn Hardeeville
16553 Whyte Hardee Boulevard
Hardeeville, SC 29927
Phone: (843) 784-7181
Fax: (843) 784-7192
16553 Whyte Hardee Boulevard , Hardeeville, SC, US, 29927
- Phone: (843) 784-7181
- Fax: (843) 784-7192
Pick of the impressive dining options at The Inn At Palmetto Bluff, River House impresses with a seasonally changing menu that utilizes organic produce from the region. On offer, are such delights as the Wild Alaskan Halibut, Grilled Mibek Farm Ribeye and Cajun Rubbed Pork Tenderloin. The drinks menu is extensive, with the array of cocktails being especially popular. To go with your drinks are a choice of bites ranging from cured meats and small plates to salads, pizzas and sandwiches. Don't miss the delectable desserts on offer. Dinner service starts at 6p. Check website for more.
A restored herb drying barn, this is a hot spot for local Southern dining. In addition to the main dining room in front, there is also a popular Back Bar with pool tables where live entertainment is held late into the night. Every day there are drink and appetizer specials. It can sometimes get a little noisy, but it's all fun. With a reputation for great food, friendly service and rustic ambiance, patrons can come in casual attire and enjoy broiled crab cakes, steamed clams, blackened grouper, crunchy corn fritters or cheese grits. Check the website for scheduled bands and music. -Natasha Lawrence
One of the last hand-shucking oyster houses in the state, this restaurant is located on reclaimed land composed of a hundred years' worth of discarded oyster shells. Specializing in fresh local seafood, menu items include oysters, clams, mussels, shrimp, scallops, Lowcountry boil and in-season soft shell crabs and live blue crabs. Family friendly, Bluffton Oyster Company also has a kids' menu. For non-seafood diners, options include burgers, salads and pasta. Catering services are also available. -Natasha Lawrence
The Masada Cafe is located inside the church United House of Prayer for All People and is a short drive from the city center. You don't need to be part of the congregation to eat over here, supper is served throughout the day to any and everyone that turns up. Southern delicacies like fried chicken, ribs, red rice, crookneck squash, etc are prepared with generous use of butter and frying, so indulge in soul food classics without worrying about the calories! The cheese and macaroni out here is delicious and is a must try. Masada Cafe is definitely a great place to relish scrumptious food without spending much.
Truffles in Belfair Towne Village is a trendy restaurant known for their delicious American fare using only the freshest ingredients in their dishes. The farm to table menu is made daily and comprises of burgers, sandwiches, steaks and seafood. Must try's are the center cut filet with homemade buttermilk mashed potatoes, fresh grouper with parmesan basil glaze, and tender baby back ribs. Enjoy their happy hour at the bar with a wine list of more than 60 bottles and other fine drinks. You can also dine alfresco at their nicely covered terrace.
Though this small restaurant only seats 30, it's one of the most popular places for breakfast or lunch in downtown Bluffton. Enjoy a shrimp cake sandwich or homemade chicken pot pie at one of the tables on the garden sidewalk or front porch. Be sure to save room for one of their famed desserts, such as the blackberry/apple pie. The restaurant also features afternoon tea from 3p to 5p Monday through Friday. Its Cupboard bakery sells freshly baked breads and items made at the restaurant. The place fills quickly so come early for breakfast or lunch. Dinner is by reservation, and tapas are also served on Thursdays at 5p. -Natasha Lawrence
True to its name, the Downtown Deli is a deli located in the downtown area of Bluffton. However, it sets itself apart from the competition in a number of ways. First, it serves breakfast all day long, a fact every good chow hound can appreciate. Next, though the sandwiches it serves are nothing out of the ordinary, many are spiced up with regionally significant names like "The Lowcountry Club" and "The 278 Traffic Jam" (which, disappointingly, does not include jam). They also offer specialties from other farflung locales, such as Buffalo Wings, a Reuben, and "The Ultimate Philly." They make no bones about professing their desire for your business (the menu shouts "Be a Regular!!!"), but thanks to the quality of the grub, they don't have to twist your arm. So come on in and, as their website says, "Phasellus felis ipsum!"
If you came to Savannah looking for seafood, look no further. Fiddler's stands as perhaps River Street's most beloved source of the whole gamut of undersea delights. Crab cakes and steamed crab legs, of course, are the house specialty, but the menu also offers live lobster, shrimp and shellfish harvested from regional waters and a nice selection of more land-friendly fare. A respectable and reasonably-priced wine list complements the menu, and a full bar service is available in both the lounge area and restaurant proper.
This aptly named eatery is set at the spot on the Savannah River where the first steam ship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, the SS Savannah, first disembarked in 1819. Providing stunning views and creative seafood masterpieces, this is a popular choice for elegant dining at a reasonable price. Steaks, chops and specialty pizzas round out a seafood menu that is second to none. Don't leave without trying the pecan pie, prepared daily along with a sinful spread of pastries and authentic French bread in the on-site bakery. A full bar is also available.
Located in the hustle and bustle of the city market, Belford is a great getaway for a Sunday brunch with your family. Winner of numerous awards such as the Taste of Savannah in 2001, Best Wine List in 2004 and the Best Appetizer in 2008—dining in Savannah is an experience in itself. In this authentic environment, the thrill of watching the master chef prepare your meals is simply amazing. Don't forget to sink your teeth into the pasta primevera and potato wrapped grouper with a chilled red wine for they are truly amazing.
Serving both food and drinks and serving up live traditional and contemporary Irish music nightly, Kevin Barry's is a unique favorite of locals and visitors alike. The downstairs area has a large bar. Upstairs, you will find a cigar bar and enclosed balcony that overlooks River Street and the Savannah River—a perfect place to sit and watch the activity on River Street. In addition to a main menu of sandwiches and seafood, Kevin Barry's offers a late night menu for those staying until the wee hours.
This elegant restaurant is housed in a building that dates to 1790. Formerly a cotton warehouse, as were most of the structures along the river, Chart House is now home to some of the most scenic dining in the city. Take a seat on the deck to observe the river traffic, or retire inside to perhaps the most charming bar on Bay Street. The prime rib and steaks are favorites, and the seafood is extraordinary. For dessert, newcomers must try the signature mud pie. Full bar service and excellent wine list available.