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November Restaurant News

Hot products, chef news, and new restaurants from around the Lowcountry.

Brunch is now available at FARM Bluffton

Brunch is now available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays at FARM Bluffton. Similar to its lunch service, Brunch & Three will allow guests to try multiple items without having to order multiple entrées. The main courses will change weekly, based on seasonal ingredients. Brunch will be first come, first served and reservations can be made for parties of six or more.

Photo by Jessica Carter

Favorite pizza place in South Carolina on HHI

According to Only In Your State — a website dedicated to highlighting locations for residents — Giuseppi’s in Shelter Cove is the favorite pizza restaurant in the state. The website used Trip Advisor reviews to determine the favorite. Popular comments included love for being able to purchase a single slice at any time and the restaurant’s signature baked sandwich, the Wedgie.

Enjoy Tasty Tuesdays at Rollers

Rollers Wine, Spirits & Cheese is offering a wine and cheese pairing Tuesdays from 5-7 p.m. No reservations are necessary and the event costs $15 per person. Rollers is located at 9 Palmetto Bay Road.

Pool Bar Jim’s featured on HGTV

Late last month, HGTV visited Pool Bar Jim’s, located in the Sea Crest Resort in Coligny, while filming an episode of “Island Life” featuring Hilton Head Island. The show is about people who live on an island and are making their dreams come true.

Omni chef creates healthy honey bites

To fill the need for healthy sweet snacks, the executive chef at Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort, Hayden Haddox, created local honey energy bites. They include quinoa, flax seeds and the Omni’s rooftop honey to keep you full and curb your sweet tooth.

New smoothie and sandwich spot opens in Bluffton

Tropical Smoothie Café opened last month in the shopping center off of U.S. 278 at the Burnt Church Road intersection. The restaurant focuses on health and wellness with its food options and offers wraps, sandwiches, and many smoothie flavors. This is the first restaurant in the Lowcountry for the Florida franchise. It is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

New breakfast menu at The Cottage

The Cottage Café, Bakery and Tea Room, located at 38 Calhoun St. in Bluffton, introduced a new breakfast menu that will be available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. The seven-item menu includes French toast, parfaits and eggs with bacon. Each meal is served with a cup of their signature coffee, and is priced at $7.95.