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Restaurant News – July 2020

G-Free Spot opens North End location

Locals living on the North End of Hilton Head Island no longer have to make the grueling nine-mile drive to the South End to enjoy all of the goodies at The G-Free Spot. The popular gluten-free bakery has opened a second location in Main Street Village, where the old Subway was located. thegfreespot.com


Coming soon: Chez Georges

Chez Georges Bistro & Bar will open this summer, where Casey’s Sports Bar used to be. The men behind the restaurant, George Casalicchio and Burns Sullivan, hope the restaurant will become a gathering place for families, friends and neighbors. They will be serving classic French bistro cuisine with influences and ingredients from the Lowcountry, complemented by craft cocktails and a carefully curated wine list. For more information and reservations, visit chezgeorgeshhi.com


Steamers is back

Local seafood lovers rejoice — Steamers is back. Owner Dale Augenstein has renovated the old Truffles/Darren Clarke’s Tavern building on Executive Park Road and is focused on serving fresh seafood to local residents. Enjoy oysters on the half shell or the Big Red Voodoo Skillet while listening to live entertainment on the patio. steamerseafood.com


Now open: South End Seafood Company

Dondi Wall and Theresa Wall, best known for their bike shop, Pedals, have opened a unique seafood market on the South End of Hilton Head Island. In addition to fresh local seafood and fish, they also offer local produce, fishing bait, fishing tackle, crabbing supplies and market sundries. “Our focus is buying local to support the Lowcountry farmers and fishermen,” Theresa said. Check them out at 18 Executive Park Road. For more information, call 843-540-1109.