With more than 20 restaurant and dining options, Sea Pines has something for everyone, from American-French fusion to Lowcountry fare. Enjoy open-air dining and oceanfront views at Coast, and be sure to save room for a frozen treat from the Sweet Shoppe. Then it’s time to hit the links at one of the resort’s three masterfully designed courses. Home of the PGA Tour’s Heritage Tournament, the Harbour Town Golf Links is ranked as the best course in South Carolina and one of the best in the country. The newly renovated Pete Dye Golf Course is a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. The Ocean Course at Sea Pines holds a special place in the hearts of islanders and visitors as Hilton Head’s first golf course.
Many of Hilton Head’s resorts offer complimentary transportation, like the Sea Pines Trolley, a great way to discover shopping and dining destinations across the island. Start with a healthy smoothie and granola at Lowcountry Produce Market & Cafe. In Harbour Town, Knickers provides men’s apparel like Southern Tide and Lacoste, and S.M. Bradford Co. outfits Southern ladies of all ages in island attire.
Snack on A Lowcountry Backyard Restaurant’s fried green tomato stack, served with homemade sweet pickles, as you sip iced tea in the shade and listen to live music. Or take in views of Port Royal Sound, and dine on fresh, tender scallops and the peppery, sweet 7 Day Slaw at Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks. Before ending your island stay, pick up an authentic Gullah sweetgrass basket, a Lowcountry collectible and beautiful work of art.
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