Experience the farm-to-table movement on Hilton Head Island. Choose from a number of local restaurants and discover the difference that using local ingredients can make. With everything from classic Southern meals to modern dishes, there's something to suit every palate.
What it's known for: Chef and owner Clayton Rollison keeps his menu tightly focused on classic Southern soul food with a twist. Utilizing the local farms and waters, most of the ingredients that make up the menu of Lucky Rooster don't travel very far to get there.
Style: Southern, farm-to-table, dinner
Address: 841 William Hilton Parkway, Unit A, Hilton Head Island
What it's known for: Cahill's is your one-stop-shop for the ultimate farm-to-table experience. Its most popular item that can always be found on the menu is fried chicken, which pairs perfectly with the fresh veggies and side dishes.
What it's known for: Chow Daddy's offers patrons a variety of farm-to-table dishes including slow roasted pork and chicken, seafood and tacos. Pair that with a drink from their extensive beer and wine menu and you're all set.
What it's known for: The Bluffton Oyster Co. is praised for being one of the oldest and most prosperous oyster shucking houses in the Palmetto State. All of their oysters are harvested from the May River and shucked by hand. They also carry clams and mussels from September through May.
What it's known for: Live Oak's dining room boasts a rotunda ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a breathtaking view of Plantation Golf Club's course. In addition to the view, the menu is just as wonderful. Enjoy Lowcountry-inspired dishes made with locally grown products.
What it's known for: Using locally sourced food and organic ingredients at the coffee bar as well as burrito bar, Java Burrito offers patrons an eclectic and natural dining experience. Whether you're looking for a filling meal or a simple cup of coffee Java Burrito is your one-stop destination.