Quality Inn & Suites
19000 Whyte Hardee Boulevard
Hardeeville, SC 29927
Phone: (843) 784-7060
Fax: (888) 397-5480
19000 Whyte Hardee Boulevard, Hardeeville, SC, US, 29927
- Phone: (843) 784-7060
- Fax: (888) 397-5480
Bars & Cafes
Pick of the impressive dining options at The Inn At Palmetto Bluff, River House impresses with a seasonally changing menu that utilizes organic produce from the region. On offer, are such delights as the Wild Alaskan Halibut, Grilled Mibek Farm Ribeye and Cajun Rubbed Pork Tenderloin. The drinks menu is extensive, with the array of cocktails being especially popular. To go with your drinks are a choice of bites ranging from cured meats and small plates to salads, pizzas and sandwiches. Don't miss the delectable desserts on offer. Dinner service starts at 6p. Check website for more.
Truffles in Belfair Towne Village is a trendy restaurant known for their delicious American fare using only the freshest ingredients in their dishes. The farm to table menu is made daily and comprises of burgers, sandwiches, steaks and seafood. Must try's are the center cut filet with homemade buttermilk mashed potatoes, fresh grouper with parmesan basil glaze, and tender baby back ribs. Enjoy their happy hour at the bar with a wine list of more than 60 bottles and other fine drinks. You can also dine alfresco at their nicely covered terrace.
A popular destination for food, drink and socializing, this casual restaurant offers daily specials and a wide menu choice from sandwiches to pasta and char-broiled options. On Saturday and Sunday, brunch is served. There is even a big selection of imported and domestic beers, wines, champagne and nonalcoholic drinks. Located in the Food Lion Shopping Center at Kitties Crossing, patrons can dine inside or out at tables under the front canopy. On Wednesdays, there's corn beef and cabbage and on Fridays, all-you-can-eat fish fry. Family friendly, there's also a large children's menu. Live entertainment on weekends. Happy Hour is from 4p-7p daily, with free Wi-Fi available. - Natasha Lawrence
Audience participation is not only encouraged at this dueling piano club, it is required! Come listen to two gifted musicians battle for your attention (and your tips) as they play songs you know and love. Request a favorite song or a dedication to someone having a birthday or getting married. The piano-players will take care of the rest. This is a great spot to bring a group. Shows start about an hour and a half to two hours after Savannah Smiles opens.
If you came to Savannah looking for seafood, look no further. Fiddler's stands as perhaps River Street's most beloved source of the whole gamut of undersea delights. Crab cakes and steamed crab legs, of course, are the house specialty, but the menu also offers live lobster, shrimp and shellfish harvested from regional waters and a nice selection of more land-friendly fare. A respectable and reasonably-priced wine list complements the menu, and a full bar service is available in both the lounge area and restaurant proper.
Serving both food and drinks and serving up live traditional and contemporary Irish music nightly, Kevin Barry's is a unique favorite of locals and visitors alike. The downstairs area has a large bar. Upstairs, you will find a cigar bar and enclosed balcony that overlooks River Street and the Savannah River—a perfect place to sit and watch the activity on River Street. In addition to a main menu of sandwiches and seafood, Kevin Barry's offers a late night menu for those staying until the wee hours.
This elegant restaurant is housed in a building that dates to 1790. Formerly a cotton warehouse, as were most of the structures along the river, Chart House is now home to some of the most scenic dining in the city. Take a seat on the deck to observe the river traffic, or retire inside to perhaps the most charming bar on Bay Street. The prime rib and steaks are favorites, and the seafood is extraordinary. For dessert, newcomers must try the signature mud pie. Full bar service and excellent wine list available.
Like most of the businesses on River Street, Bernies is housed in a pre-Civil War cotton warehouse. The restaurant/bar combination has the feel of an old portside pub. With a variety of sandwiches available for landlubbers, the menu also has a selection of seafood, including raw and steamed oysters, shrimp and crawfish. Low Country Boil is a traditional local dish and is worth a try while in Savannah. Bernies claims to offer the best Bloody Mary on River Street, served in a mason jar and topped with pickled okra. There is also a full bar.
Wet Willie's stands out among the numerous pubs that litter River Street. While they do serve beer, the Wet Willie's attraction is the variety of grain-alcohol infused frozen drinks. Flavors range from basic Strawberry Daquiris and Pina Coladas to unique concoctions like Call-A-Cab or Attitude Improvement. Not sure which to try? Mix and match flavors--a Sexy Attitude is the Attitude Improvement layered with Sex on the Beach, for example. The kitchen serves a variety of bar munchies, and the chicken nachos are particularly tasty. Even better, this Wet Willie's location hosts special events, such as Karaoke nights, and it hardly takes one alcoholic slushie to give any patron the confidence to belt out a tune. - Caitlin Fahey
Situated in a renovated building that was once home to the City Hotel, Moon River Brewing Company is a restaurant, bar and Savannah's only microbrewery. A varied menu includes quite a few vegetarian options. Imaginative appetizers such as Oysters with Pecan Pesto and Ginger Cured Salmon with Wasabi are worth a try. Fried sweet potato chips are a house specialty. And of course, your server will insist you try one of Moon River's micro-brewed beers with your meal.
The Boar's Head claims to be the oldest restaurant on River Street, and is located in a building that was once a cotton warehouse, like most of the buildings in the area. Exposed brick walls decorated with a collection of gold plates and hunting trophies create a cozy atmosphere. From a seat at the bar, or on the small patio, patrons can look out over River Street and the Savannah River. Kitchen specialties include crab cakes and she-crab soup, and the bar recommends Bumbo Punch, a special rum punch.
If it's entertainment you're looking for, this is your spot on Bay Street. Fun takes center stage, with everything from trivia on Tuesday to open mike on Thursday to karaoke on Friday and Saturday night. An expansive game room is equipped with video games and a pool table, and if hunger strikes while you're enjoying a cold one, order up a roast beef sub for only USD5 and maybe a specialty Blues House salad for USD3.75. This raucous joint has a fully stocked bar with a strong propensity for frozen cocktails.