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Cat Island Grill & Pub

Cat Island Grill & Pub! With its cool, comfortable décor overlooking the 18th green, you will relax and enjoy the company of others, or your favorite someone, at The Cat Island Grill & Pub. Offering a wide menu of fresh, seasonal choices, cocktails after your round of golf or tennis.

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City Java & News

City Java & News, the newest espresso bar to come to the Beaufort’s Historic District, offers the best espresso drinks, pastries, wine & beer, print materials, and FREE wireless Internet. Located in the City Loft Hotel, 301 Carteret St.

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Saltus River Grill

Committed to utilizing seasonal seafood and produce, Saltus offers unique and continuously evolving menus to bring Lowcountry freshness artfully to the plate throughout the year.

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Oysters a Lowcountry Delicacy!

Oysters have been a favorite staple for islanders for centuries. Early Native American harvested oysters, subsisting on the plentiful bivalve populations in Lowcountry waters. At low tide, oysters can be seen rising from tidal saltmarsh creeks throughout the area. In fact, Hilton Head, Bluffton and Beaufort’s waters have traditionally been considered some of the richest […]

Pat Branning Releases New Book

Pat Anderson Branning, Beaufort Tribune food editor and longtime former WSB Radio women’s director in Atlanta, has announced the release of her new book – Shrimp, Collards & Grits: Recipes, Stories and Art from the Creeks and Gardens of the Lowcountry. The full-color coffee table cook book, set to be released in March to coincide […]

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