Local neighborhood Irish pub serving lunch and dinner for over 17 years. A very casual place to enjoy a cold pint of Guiness, Irish classic cuisine and free popcorn. Home of the Polar Bear Plunge on New Year's Eve. Local live music on Tuesdays and Sundays. This spot is CASH ONLY so come prepared.
Cafe Medley 2213 Middle Street #205 Sullivan's Island, SC 29482 843-793-4055
Price: $ Rating: 4.5 stars on Google
Local stop for gourmet coffee, Espresso, baked goods, wine and beer, desserts, sandwiches and more. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Wine tastings on Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm.
Small, quaint and comfortable locally owned upscale dining on Sullivan's Island. An ever changing local menu that emphasizes fresh seafood, meats and produce with a menu designed for "foodies". Serving Saturday and Sunday brunch, closed for dinner on Sundays but offers some of the best local live music in a very intimate setting. Outside dining available.
Home Team BBQ 2209 Middle Street Sullivan's Island, SC 29482 843-883-3131
Price: $ Rating: 4.4 stars on Google
Award winning food including "Most Life Changing Ribs in America" by Esquire Magazine and #4 in USA Today's "America's Tastiest Ribs". A live music venue by night winning Charleston City Paper's "Best BBQ, Best Ribs, Best Bar Staff, Best Blues and Jazz Club" and "Best Bar Scene" by the Post & Courier just to name a few, this is a Sullivan's Island favorite.
Poe's Tavern 2210 Middle Streel Sullivan's Island, SC 29482 843-883-0083
Price: $$ Rating: 4.2 stars on Google
Best known for their burgers this restaurant pays homage to the life of Edgar Allan Poe as he spent 13 months stationed at Fort Moultrie on the island and was inspired to write "The Gold Bug". Open for lunch and dinner with occasional live music, this small eclectic spot has outdoor dining and a great draft selection.
SALT offers an open air patio, raw bar, daily menu and signature cocktails. Guests will enjoy the Charleston native Chef Laird Boles’ take on southern staples such as grits and fried chicken and revel in the novelty of fresh ceviche made from the days catch and dishes featuring produce sourced from local farms. Newly introduced in 2013, the previous restaurant 'Station 22' opened in 1987.
Established in 2011, they provide natives and visitors alike with an amazing selection of fresh locally grown produce, high quality groceries, and delicious made-to-order sandwiches and salads that are perfect for everything from quick lunches to a long, leisurely day on the beach.