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
This dinner and jazz club offers an outstanding live show, gourmet fare and impeccable service. There are two small dance floors for patrons who get caught up with the rhythm. An elegant decor and original art work on the walls makes this venue one of the most popular in town. Menu options include nightly Chef's Specials and three-course meals along with delectable homemade desserts. Sign up to receive email discount coupons or print one from the website such as complimentary bottle of wine with dinner or Two-for-One entrees. There's an entertainment cover charge but an evening here is a good value for an enjoyable night out. The place is open daily from 5p.
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.
Conveniently located inside the Crown Plaza Resort, Signals Lounge features daily Happy Hour from 5-8p, wide screen TV, comfortable seating and a large dance floor. The entertainment is seasonal and they open at 4p.
A 1940s World War II themed restaurant named after the original on an island in the Pacific, this one is a close replica for atmosphere and props, complete with military and political décor, bamboo walls, Big Band music, an ocean view and pin-ups of Betty Grable. The casual American fare includes a variety of steaks, seafood, and pasta dishes. Located on the second floor, it features popular "early bird" dinner specials. It's a great place for Happy Hour with 2-for-1 "Margarita Madness" drinks Monday through Saturday 4p-7p and live entertainment on Monday, Friday and Saturday at 7p. - Natasha Lawrence
Like most of the businesses on River Street, Bernies is housed in a pre-Civil War cotton warehouse. The restaurant/bar combination has the feel of an old portside pub. With a variety of sandwiches available for landlubbers, the menu also has a selection of seafood, including raw and steamed oysters, shrimp and crawfish. Low Country Boil is a traditional local dish and is worth a try while in Savannah. Bernies claims to offer the best Bloody Mary on River Street, served in a mason jar and topped with pickled okra. There is also a full bar.
Bayou Cafe, located in the Historic District, is a restaurant that offers classic Italian specialty food. It has a child friendly menu, so you can walk in any time with your family. However, the live performances of blues or classic rock or cover bands will make your visit a worthwhile effort. Apart from this, Bayou Cafe also offers other modes of entertainment like pool and darts.
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.
Dubbed the city's best dance club by local critics for seven consecutive years, this flashy spot features hot dancing and a wild environment late into the night. The Lady Chablis of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil fame performs regularly, as well as a number of other popular local performers. The dance floor is replete with flashing lights, an overhanging mezzanine and multiple bar stations for thirsty dancers. Club one is also known locally as one of Savannah's premier gay bars.
If you long for the days of the Rat Pack, you've found your local digs. This trendy bar is a throwback to the vinyl and fast talk of 1950s Las Vegas cool. Dark and busy, the Mercury is lounge all the way, with live jazz music Thursdays through Saturdays, and rotating drink specials throughout the week. Loud swing, pop and big band sounds echo among the booths and across the dance floor until late most nights, making this perhaps the best late night dance spot in Savannah.
Neon lightings, great music and a happening crowd is what welcomes you at the Jinx. Backing the best music talents of the city, the club is a cavernous establishment that caters to the tastes of all. Probably it is for the same purpose that it dedicates every day of the week to a certain genre. While the decor is minimalistic and upbeat, the bar is well stocked and serves divine drinks. One of the best live music venues in Savannah, the Jinx is where music lovers flock.