Suburban Extended Stay Hilton Head
1376 Fording Island Road
Bluffton, SC 29910
Phone: (843) 837-9494
Fax: (843) 837-9393
1376 Fording Island Road , Bluffton, SC, US, 29910
- Phone: (843) 837-9494
- Fax: (843) 837-9393
Bars & Cafes
A popular destination for food, drink and socializing, this casual restaurant offers daily specials and a wide menu choice from sandwiches to pasta and char-broiled options. On Saturday and Sunday, brunch is served. There is even a big selection of imported and domestic beers, wines, champagne and nonalcoholic drinks. Located in the Food Lion Shopping Center at Kitties Crossing, patrons can dine inside or out at tables under the front canopy. On Wednesdays, there's corn beef and cabbage and on Fridays, all-you-can-eat fish fry. Family friendly, there's also a large children's menu. Live entertainment on weekends. Happy Hour is from 4p-7p daily, with free Wi-Fi available. - Natasha Lawrence
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.
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.
Combination bakery and cafe that specializes in European sourdough bread and offers a menu full of hearty specialty sandwiches, panini sandwiches, soups, salads, delicious scones, and drinks such as fruit smoothies and cafechillos, chilled coffee drinks.
If you are looking for a restaurant in Hilton Head to hangout with your friends or family and enjoy a wholesome American barbecue meal, then head to The Smokehouse on Palmetto Bay Road. This restaurant is known for its award-winning delicacies from the grill that has impressed even the most discerning foodies who have dined here. Try the Angus Beef Burger or a Pulled Pork Barbecue and pair it with your selection of beer from its extensive beer list and you are set for the rest of the evening. A number of television sets are placed across the restaurant so that you can also catch up on your favorite sports action with your friends. The bar also boasts of hosting the best happy hours, offering amazing deals on food and beverages. If you are in mood for live music, then make sure you visit the bar on weekends to watch local as well as touring bands on stage. Call or visit their website to know more.
A popular dining establishment with a second location at 95 Matthews Drive, Port Royal Plaza, Hilton Head Island North, patrons can enjoy lunch and dinner as well as Sunday Champagne Brunch or evening Happy Hour. A place to bring business clients, a romantic evening out or a family outing, the cuisine and staff consistently receive high ratings. Sample daily specials include Shrimp & Rice with Vegetables, Philly Cheesesteak Wrap and Lobster Caesar Salad. Dining is available at the bar. Print discount coupons off the website. Catering is also available. -Natasha Lawrence
When in search of a special night out, Antonio's in The Village at Wexford has it all. With an extensive menu, attentive service, and live jazz, this charming establishment is a favorite among island locals. The menu features a range of dishes, with an emphasis on fresh seafood and traditional pasta favorites. You can sample some of the menu favorites like the Ricotta Gnochi, Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops, or a decadent rack of lamb encrusted with lavender and goat cheese. Be sure to ask about the wine selection to perfectly pair your meal with one of the many choices. If you are in the mood for some live entertainment, stop by the bar / lounge to hear a range of local musicians every night of the week. Be sure to visit the website for updated menu items, events, and performances.
Explore and sample a variety of wines at this cafe which also serves beer and coffee. Learn about wine and food pairings while enjoying live music by local musicians with performances several nights a week. Join the wine club for discounts and specials exclusive to members.
An island landmark since 1991 and known for its fresh seafood, great steaks, and a variety of pasta dishes, Kingfisher offers excellent service. Located in a charming two-story building, it overlooks scenic Shelter Cove Harbour. With nightly three-course Early Bird and Night Owl Specials that include Spicy Shrimp Fra Diavlo or Prime Rib, it also claims to have the best Happy Hour in town from 5p-8p. Family friendly, it features All-U-Can-Eat pasta menu, kids' meals and Joseph the Magician on Sunday and Wednesday. With the exception of Monday and Tuesday nights, it has live entertainment and dancing from 6p-10p. It can also accommodate groups up to 200 people for special events.
One of the popular bars in the city, the Electric Piano is a great place to be for nightly entertainment. On offer are a range of scintillating drinks, good music and dancing. On regular nights, local bands grace the stage and play in front of eager crowds, made up of both locals and visitors. Do visit the website to know more about upcoming events and other details.
Alligator Grille Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar serves the best seafood dishes. Started by owners Regan and Nick—seafood lovers themselves—the restaurant combines native American and Carribean cuisines. Try the delicious grilled swordfish with wilted greens and lemon caper and the hot grilled salmon with Teriaki Glaze. The seating is simple with a few tables placed overlooking the plaza. A colorful effigy of a crocodile hanging from the ceiling, staring right at you is somewhat scary, but charming nonetheless!
Originally founded by an Irish immigrant in Philadelphia, Crane's Tavern has set up shop in New Jersey, Ambler, Pennsylvania, as well as Hilton Head Island. Beth Anne Crane runs the establishment, which has a long history of serving only the best prime rib that the Island has to offer. A multitude of items are available on the menu including Fried Scallops, Yellow Fin Tuna, and Sweet Potato Ravioli. Despite the appetizing menu, cell phones are not permitted to be used in the restaurant and a gratuity is added to parties of 7 or more. Also, cigar smoking is allowed inside the building only after 9:30p.