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Me and the guys are heading down to HHI in the middle of March for some golf, gambling, and bragging rights. As I haven't been down in quite a number of years I'm interested to hear opinions on good restaurants, etc. there will be 16-20 of us and we'll be playing Thursday-Sunday. Thanks in advance...
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Where are you playing, what end of the island?
Palmetto Dunes area...I'm thinking Fazio, and Arthur Hills for sure. Not sure of other 2 days...
Fazio and RTJ are my favorites in PD..used to work in there actually. I would try Wexford as well...somewhat affordable and a fun course. I wouldn't waste your time in Sea Pines. Go to the Hurricane bar for drinks. Smokehouse is a good restaurant as well.
I used to live in PD, I prefer Trent Jones.
Drinks head to reilleys, boardroom, wings, hurricane bar, hincheys, aunt chiladas (Pete, brian and kristen are the bartenders), the lodge
Breakfast: sunrise cafe - Melissa, stacy and Lisa are the best....but all their staff helps.small place fills up fast but best breakfast on hhi...otherwise head to plantation cafe in port royal plaza. Kate or Terry can help you.
Chart house, wise guys (ask for Becky) or any of the serg group restaurants (ie. Boathouse), smokehouse, aunt chiladas, have plenty more
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by eskelies 15 months ago
The best in town (my opinion) Alfred's. small .... mostly local folks and you will need a reservation.
Mulberry Street trattoria (Bluffton)
Roastfish and Cornbread if your up for something very casual and a bit different.
Don't go to Shipyard they refuse to cut the greens to an acceptable level. Fun place for a big group is the deck at Steamers...pretty good food and atmosphere.
This post was edited by Gville Chicken 15 months ago
We livedhere for 26 years so here are some thoughts for you.
PD is a good choice, although Fazio from the back tees is close to illegal.
Indigo run on the northend is a good track; Check the condition of Oyster Reef in HH Plantation. (#6 ocean view photo op.)
Off island, be sure to consider Old South, HH National!, The Crescent, Hampton Hall!, The Traditions! and Eagles Pointe. The private clubs are awesome but tough to get on--Colleton River, Belfair and Berkeley Hall.
Avoid Rose Hill, Pinecrest. Go to May River Plantation just to look around and have lunch at Buffalo's. Dude, Sweet spot.
Redfish and Frankie Bones are my faves, and both offer many different dishes For Resfish reservations, ask to be seated in the (wine) library area. Pretty nifty. Santa Fe Cafe for Mexy rocks. Sigler's and Truffles off-island are terrific ideas. Guiseppe's for pizza (mid island and Bluffton) is good. You'll think your in Pttsburgh. Ask for Jim, the owner.
As for bars, it's not really my scene but there are many to choose from...Aunt Chilada's for happy hour comes to mind. Latenight.....head to the The Triangle.
For lodging (with an awesome breakfast buffet), check out the Main Street Inn and Spa (north end). (Frankie Bones is a two block walk.) Beer and wine are offered in the evening at no charge. Take a swim and get a massage, as well. Cozy. Ask for Denise or Kat.
Have a safe and terrific trip.
Enjoy your trip.
Thanks for the replies...
RTJ is a great golf course. First time breaking par in a tournament away from home was here. Fazio is very different. Like RTJ better as more of a links course. Try HT if you want to spend the bucks. True test of golf for the medium length golfer.
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