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The Old Oyster Factory

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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This famous Hilton Head restaurant, located on Broad Creek, lives up to its name. The history of The Old Oyster Factory dates back to the early 1900s, when Broad Creek’s oyster beds were ripe for the picking. The Broad Creek Oyster Factory was established in 1925, but the area surrounding the factory was declared protected in the 1990s, leaving the building empty and the cannery defunct. Where a chapter ends, a new one begins! Expanded from a one-story concrete building to the expansive restaurant it is today, The Old Oyster Factory now serves as a hub for delicious food, Lowcountry tradition, and gorgeous views.

101 Marshland Rd.
Hilton Head, SC
843-681-6040

 

The Crazy Crab at Jarvis Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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With an outdoor playground and a covered deck that can seat up to 100 diners, this restaurant is the perfect place to nosh on some amazing lowcountry food with your family while enjoying a gorgeous view of Jarvis Creek. With some of the best crab legs in the Lowcountry, the largest saltwater aquarium on Hilton Head Island, and a unique view of this beautiful creek, The Crazy Crab has more than enough reasons to be one of your island faves! Visit this amazing restaurant on a sunny day or stop in and enjoy their waterside fire pit for the perfect evening activity.

104 William Hilton Parkway Hilton Head,
Hilton Head, SC
843-681-5021

 

Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you are familiar with Hilton Head, you have probably heard of Hudson’s. Even those who have never visited the island have had the opportunity to see this Lowcountry gem featured in Coastal Living and other popular media networks. The restaurant originated in the early 1900s as a seafood processing plant. The Hudson family owned and operated the factory until 1975, when the Carmines family took ownership and forged the way for a new family tradition built on bringing in the best catch and delivering up delicious meals daily. In fact, you can actually watch as the Hudson’s fishing fleet—the largest on the island—brings in the catch straight from the harbor to your plate. You’re not likely to find such a perfect combination of habit-forming hushpuppies, fresh seafood, and gorgeous harborside views anywhere else in the Lowcountry.

1 Hudson Road Hilton Head,
Hilton Head, SC
843-681-2772

 

Skull Creek Boathouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You might want to stick around Skull Creek! With Hudson’s being just around the corner, this is definitely a hotspot for amazing views and delicious dining experiences. Skull Creek Boathouse is one of Hilton Head’s most popular places to relax and dine—and for good reason! Between their indoor Dive Bar, summertime Beer Garden, general store with local Lowcountry goods, and their Marker 13 Buoy Bar with a gorgeous sunset view, you’ll want to come back time and time again.

397 Squire Pope Road
Hilton Head, SC
843-681-3663

 

Poseidon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Located in Shelter Cove Towne Center, Poseidon has the makings of the perfect Lowcountry restaurant—fresh-caught seafood, diverse entrees, and a traditional oyster bar. What makes this restaurant unique, however, is their rooftop bar! With a large balcony and windows that scroll up to create an open-air dining experience, this mid-island restaurant has some breathtaking views! Enjoy an evening watching the sun sink below the horizon from their balcony dining area, but brace yourself! Once the sun goes down, their rooftop bar becomes the place-to-be after dark. They offer live music, a dance floor, and an in-house DJ to turn your relaxing evening into an unforgettably fun experience!

38 Shelter Cove Lane
Suite 121
Shelter Cove Towne Center
Hilton Head, SC
843-341-3838

 

Where are your favorite places to dine and enjoy the view in Hilton Head? Let us know below! If you want to learn more about the Lowcountry and all it has to offer, be sure to download our FREE guide today!

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