Rhett House Inn Recommended Lunch in Beaufort
Wren Bistro & Bar
210 Carteret Street, 843.524.9463 www.wrenbeaufort.com. This is a hip neighborhood restaurant that boasts a relaxing, yet upscale environment. They serve delectable dishes with locally grown ingredients, unique micro brews and carefully selected wines. Here is a place to get wonderful southern food with a twist. You don’t want to miss out. Walking distance. Open 11a.m. – 10p.m. Reservations are recommended on the
904 Bay Street, 843.525.1946, www.plumsrestaurant.com. Casual, eclectic waterfront dining. Serves local caught shrimp, and a beautiful view on the bay. Has a lovely outside porch and patio if the weather is nice. Homemade soups; giant salads; gourmet sandwiches, burgers, and po’boys. Nightly specials and an oyster bar. Walking distance. Open daily 11a.m. – 9p.m.
Lowcountry Produce Market & Café
302 Carteret Street, 843.322.1900. www.lowcountryproduce.com. “History here is alive and served fresh daily” Lowcountry Produce has resurrected a disappearing facet of American life: the seasonal rhythms of family food production and preservation. Canning and serving locally grown, organic foods, this is extremely popular local “secret” has been discovered and expanded to the stunningly renovated Old Beaufort City Hall building. Waling distance; they have a full line of local harvested chutneys, jams, sweet pepper jelly and more. Oprah picked their Sweetpotato Butter as one of her 6 favorite things. Shop and lunch are open daily 11:30 a.m. – 3p.m.
Hearth Wood Fired Pizza
802 Bay Street, 843.379.9806 www.hearthpiizzabft.com. The newest restaurant to come downtown Beaufort is making
great reviews. This is new restaurant brings a high scale elegance to pizza. The modern inside makes you want to
come in while the eclectic wood fired pies served along with hearty Italian dishes, craft beers and unique wines keep you coming back. Walking distance. Open daily from 11a.m. – 10p.m. Does not take reservations.
1925 Sea Island Parkway. This little place is located on St. Helena, just before you get to Hunting Island Beach. They are a roadside, eat outside restaurant, famous for their shrimp burgers and slaw. This is a local favorite that has been serving up shrimp burgers for over 40 years, where you can frequently find lines out the door. Tom Hanks and Pat Conroy couldn’t resist either. Not to mention when Southern Living did an article about the Best Places to Get a Burger in SC they made the list. Don’t let this shack fool you, it is a diamond in the rough, and will serve up mouth watering fresh caught food again and again.
846 Sea Island Parkway, 843.838.9300, www.thefoolishfrog.com This restaurant is located on St. Helena along the water. Here you can get served local fresh seafood. Maybe try the Lowcountry Boil that was invented here on St. Helena. On the way to Hunting Island, and across from MacDonald Market Place, and right near Penn Center it is the right place to stop before or after an adventure. With outdoor and indoor seating you can find your perfect spot to enjoy the Lowcountry cooking they have to offer. Open daily 11a.m. – 10p.m.
925 10 th Street, 843.524.3663, www.madisonsportroyal.com Located in Port Royal, this family owned establishment provided a causal-upscale dining experience. Many of the staple ingredients are certified SC grown and sourced locally. With many southern classics with authentic Lowcountry cuisine it is the perfect place to stop in and grab a bite to eat. Open Tues-Sat 11a.m. – 2p.m.