How to Eat Like a Local on Seabrook Island
The beautiful views and blissful ambiance of a private community have captured your attention and you’ve found yourself booking a trip to Seabrook Island. You have a list of activities to look forward to on your future getaway, however right up top beside ‘relaxing beachside’ should be getting a taste of the local restaurants hidden around Seabrook Island. Experience local cuisine and old school soda shops as you explore the island and refuel from your daily excursions.
What’s better after a horseback beach ride than a famous burger at The Island House? The locals will tell you there’s nothing better. Check out this list of local one of a kind bites, coffee and seafood you should check out around the Island while you visit:
Part of the Seabrook Island Club, The Island House is home to the Palmetto Room, Bohicket Lounge and Sea View Terrace. Each of these venues feature views of the Atlantic Ocean and legendary golf courses known as Crooked Oaks and Ocean Winds. Plan for dinner or brunch in the Palmetto Room and casual local seafood in the Bohicket Lounge and Sea View Terrace.
Get a taste of authentic local seafood at Seabrook Island Fischer’s restaurant. This local hotspot offers fish tacos, locally caught fish and some of the best burgers around town. You aren’t a local until you’ve eaten at Fischer’s!
Head straight from the beach right into Luciano’s Pizzeria for some of the best casual italian in the lowcountry. The pizza along with their famous garlic knots have remained a favorite among Seabrook Island natives. After you’ve had your italian fix at Luciano’s, all the locals know you should head right on over to Ice Cream Boat for the best ice cream in town.
Grab the family and head out for your morning coffee at Seabrook’s local coffee house. Java Java is located at Freshfields Village right outside of the island. They serve much more than coffee, offering freshly baked pastries, breakfast sandwiches and a variety of lunch items.
Stop by this old-school pharmacy and feel as if you’re stepping into the 1950s where folks used to grab a malt or a cheeseburger and visit with neighbors while waiting on their prescriptions. Vincent’s is owned and operated by locals who welcome families to come eat, hangout and make beautiful memories of their own.
This local spot serves some of the best seafood in town and offers brunch, lunch and dinner. This local gem offers salmon salads, fresh fish selections, oysters and many other seafood options. If you’re in the mood for local Seabrook Island seafood, Lokal is the spot for you!From seafood to burgers by the ocean, Seabrook Island has you covered as far as a full stomach goes. If you don’t already have a visit booked, come see us at Seabrook Island and live like a local!
Seabrook Island is Charleston's Truly Private Oceanfront Community. Membership in the Seabrook Island Club is required for ownership. Amenity use is for Members and their Guests Only. The Lakehouse is for use by Property Owners and their Guests as well.