Contents Water Festival Issue 2013
Thanksgiving The holidays are here and Thanksgiving is finally upon us. I’ve always loved this time of year. The hustle and bustle of the season, searching for the perfect turkey that’s just big enough to serve the family and of course the popping crisp sounds of the turkey when I first drop it in the deep fat fryer. Yes there is nothing better on Thanksgiving Day than a fried turkey, succulent and juicy, warm and buttery, the taste is enough to send your senses reeling. Thanksgiving isn’t just about fried turkey though. Thanksgiving for many of us is about more than the food, it’s about spending time with the people you love. It’s about enjoying the best times with your family and friends. It isn’t about what you make for dinner that makes Thanksgiving important. It’s the people you spend it with that matters. I could spend Thanksgiving anywhere in the world but I would rather spend it here in Beaufort, the Lowcountry, with the people who mean the most to me. That’s what Thanksgiving is really all about... being thankful for what we have, particularly our family and friends.
Editor’s Letter: Thanksgiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Tides: Beaufort River & Fripp Island Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Visitors Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Crossword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Sea Island Festival Activities & Events . . . . . .6, 7 Town of Port Royal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Downtown Beaufort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Dining & Markets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, 11 Shopping & Services Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Dining & Market Directory / Recipes: Cranberry Delights . .13 Sea Island Maps: Beaufort, Port Royal & The Surrounding Islands . . . . . . . . . .14-15 USC Beaufort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Thanksgiving Day comes, by statute, once a year; to the honest man it comes as frequently as the heart of gratitude will allow. - Edward Sandford Martin
Photos by: John Pilgreen
Happy Thanksgiving to you all, may yours be filled with many blessings and much joy.
Sea Island Scene Pu b l i s h e r
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Volume 30 Number 13
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° ° ° November Tides 2012 BEAUFORT RIVER AT
Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
DOWNTOWN BEAUFORT Low 5:00am 5:37am High 12:22am 1:04am 12:52am 1:43am 2:37am 3:32am 4:27am 5:23am 6:18am Low 12:45am 1:38am 2:31am 3:23am 4:15am 5:08am High 12:03am 1:05am 2:06am 3:04am 4:00am 4:53am 5:44am Low 12:10am 12:54am 1:36am 2:16am 2:56am 3:34am
High 11:18am 11:56am Low 6:15am 5:55am 6:39am 7:31am 8:30am 9:35am 10:38am 11:37am 12:34pm High 7:13am 8:06am 8:58am 9:51am 10:46am 11:44am Low 6:02am 6:59am 8:01am 9:07am 10:12am 11:11am 12:03pm High 6:32am 7:17am 7:59am 8:39am 9:17am 9:54am
Low 5:32pm 6:08pm High 12:37pm 12:22pm 1:11pm 2:03pm 2:56pm 3:51pm 4:46pm 5:42pm 6:37pm Low 1:29pm 2:23pm 3:16pm 4:08pm 5:00pm 5:52pm High 12:44pm 1:44pm 2:42pm 3:37pm 4:30pm 5:21pm 6:11pm Low 12:50pm 1:33pm 2:15pm 2:54pm 3:31pm 4:08pm
AT High 11:43pm Low 6:46pm 6:26pm 7:13pm 8:05pm 9:03pm 10:01pm 10:58pm 11:52pm High 7:31pm 8:23pm 9:15pm 10:08pm 11:04pm Low 6:46pm 7:43pm 8:41pm 9:40pm 10:34pm 11:24pm High 6:58pm 7:43pm 8:24pm 9:03pm 9:41pm 10:18pm
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Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Low 3:47am 4:24am 5:02am 4:42am 5:26am High 12:24am 1:18am 2:13am 3:08am 4:04am 4:59am 5:54am Low 12:25am 1:18am 2:10am 3:02am 3:55am 4:49am 5:46am High 12:47am 1:45am 2:41am 3:34am 4:25am 5:13am 5:58am Low 12:23am 1:03am 1:43am 2:21am
High 9:59am 10:37am 11:18am 11:03am 11:52am Low 6:18am 7:17am 8:22am 9:25am 10:24am 11:21am 12:16pm High 6:47am 7:39am 8:32am 9:27am 10:25am 11:25am 12:25pm Low 6:48am 7:54am 8:59am 9:58am 10:50am 11:37am 12:20pm High 6:40am 7:20am 7:58am 8:35am
Low 4:19pm 4:55pm 5:33pm 5:13pm 6:00pm High 12:44pm 1:37pm 2:32pm 3:27pm 4:23pm 5:18pm 6:12pm Low 1:10pm 2:03pm 2:55pm 3:47pm 4:39pm 5:33pm 6:30pm High 1:23pm 2:18pm 3:11pm 4:02pm 4:52pm 5:39pm 6:24pm Low 1:02pm 1:41pm 2:18pm 2:55pm
High 10:24pm 11:03pm 11:45pm 11:33pm Low 6:52pm 7:50pm 8:48pm 9:45pm 10:39pm 11:32pm High 7:04pm 7:56pm 8:49pm 9:45pm 10:44pm 11:46pm Low 7:28pm 8:27pm 9:21pm 10:11pm 10:57pm 11:41pm High 7:05pm 7:44pm 8:22pm 8:59pm
maritime forest with showers, biking and nature trails. For camping info and lighthouse hours call (843) 838-2011. JOHN MARK VERDIER HOUSE Within the town of Beaufort are 90 historic homes and buildings. The earliest of these dates back to the early 1700’s. Beaufort’s only historic home open the the public is the John Mark Verdier House located in Historic Downtown at 801 Bay Street and is an excellent example of a federal-style house. Open Mon-Sat for guided tours. For tickets call (843) 379-6335. PARRIS ISLAND RECRUIT DEPOT MUSEUM An all-encompassing view of the history of Parris Island. Exhibits range from the attempted colonization by the Spanish in 1521 to photographic depictions of the recruit training process. Free admission, open to the public daily 10-4pm. For tours call (843) 228-2951.
BEAUFORT NATIONAL CEMETERY Located on Boundary Street, it was one of the first cemeteries established during the Civil War, it is one of the few that contains both Confederate and Union dead. CHAPEL OF EASE Located on Lands End Road, St. Helena Island, this tiny church was built in 1748 for the convenience of plantation owners to attend church. The church, damaged by forest fire in 1886, is an excellent example of tabby construction.
SHELDON CHURCH RUINS Built in 1746, this church was burned during the Revolutionary War, rebuilt, and again burned during the Civil War. The ruins are located on Sheldon Road. State Hwy 21, fifteen miles from Beaufort. ST. HELENA’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH (circa 1724) Traces it’s origin to the founding of St. Helena’s Parish in 1712 and has classic colonial interior. Of particular interest is the graveyard, whose tombstones served as operating tables during the Civil War. Located at 501 Church Street, Historic Downtown.
FORT FREMONT HISTORICAL PARK A unique, unspoiled example of a Spanish American War Era fortification in a beautiful natural setting with many diverse habitats. Located on St. Helena Island, the Fort Fremont 15 acre site was purchased by Beaufort County through the Beaufort County Rural and Critical Land Program and the Trust for Public Lands as a historic site and public park. HENRY C. CHAMBERS WATERFRONT PARK The Waterfront Park includes a playground for children, swinging benches, a marina, and waterfront stroll. Craft and Farmers Market open Wednesdays (seasonal). HUNTING ISLANDLIGHTHOUSE & STATE PARK A breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding islands can be viewed from Hunting Island’s 132' tall lighthouse. The state park beach is four miles long and home to over 125 species of birds. Open year round, 5,000 acres offer 200 campsites in an oceanfront
Lady’s Island Center, 102C Sea Island Pkwy Less than one mile from downtown Beaufort.
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brightly colored growths on the throat region. a male turkey. a kind of porridge or corn-based oatmeal. a loose slip worn by Pilgrim girls. warrior counselors. gun used by the Pilgrims when hunting for birds. quiver of arrows. piece of cloth worn around the hips by Indians. the flap of skin that hangs over the turkey’s beak Native American who taught the Pilgrims how to catch eel and grow corn. a baby turkey. a tight-fitting cap worn by Pilgrim girls. The document that established the first basis in the new world for written laws. a part of a bird's stomach that contains tiny stones to help them grind up food for digestion. Pilgrim’s hat. a type of oatmeal cereal. the leader or chief of the Wampanoags (known to Pilgrims as Massasoit).
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the Native American tribe of New England that greeted and helped the Pilgrims. ground corn.
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a type of fence surrounding the Plimoth settlement to help defend it. corn. prayer before a meal. soft leather shoes. a fine, plain-woven, double-width black cloth used mostly in pilgrim men's clothing. Wampanoag house made of bent saplings and covered with woven grass or bark. a canoe made by digging out a log. a type of shellfish eaten by the Pilgrims and Wampanoags. thickened form of milk, similar to cottage cheese. a female turkey. horn of plenty. clam shells used by the Wampanoag to make beads. Pilgrim settlement. a twilled worsted fabric used for doublets, breeches, capes, and gowns. a short coat worn by Pilgrim boys. deer meat. Pilgrim governor who proclaimed that a day of Thanksgiving would be shared by colonists and Native Americans. the flap of skin under the turkey’s chin.
solutions to last issues puzzle on page 13
NOVEMBER 2012 November 2 – Friday Organ Concerts at Noon The Parish Church of St. Helena (Episcopal), 505 Church Street, Beaufort. As the local Church concludes its celebration of its tricentennial year (1712 – 2012), four former organist/music directors return to Beaufort to give free 45-minute concerts. The series concludes in November. Please join us for a performance by Andrew Hayler graduated from Winthrop College in Rock Hill, SC, with a Bachelor of Music in organ performance (cum laude). For additional information please call (843)5221712 ext 214 or visit www.sthelenas1712.org November 2-3 – Tricentennial Bazaar at Parish Church of St. Helena Parish House, 507 Newcastle Street, Beaufort. Preview 5-7pm (Nov 2), 9-2pm (Nov 3). Handmade Christmas decorations, gifts and foods will be spotlighted at this year’s Fall Bazaar presented by the Women of the Parish Church of St. Helena in Beaufort. For additional information please call (843)522-1712 ext 214 or visit www.sthelenas1712.org November 3 – PaddleFest 2012 the Lagoon, Hunting Island State Park. 11am (on-site registration & set-up). 3 & 6 mile kayak, canoe, outrigger canoe and paddleboard races which begin and finish in the Lagoon near Parking Lot J. All events will start together. There are Categories (kinds of boats) and Divisions (age groups) for everyone! Awards Ceremony and Cookout will follow the events at Parking Lot J. Registration: In person at Higher Ground, 2121 Boundary Street, Ste. 101, Beaufort. For more information, call (843)379-4327 or visit www.highergroundbeaufort.com www.active.com 2ND & 4TH TUESDAYS Beaufort Writers Meeting Beaufort County Airport Conference Room Lady’s Island 5:30pm WEDNESDAYS The Beaufort Farmers Market New location on West Street near downtown Beaufort. The market is open from 3-7pm every Wednesday through Oct. 31. Offering locally grown produce and food from area restaurants. Organizers hope to add craft offerings as the season continue. Beaufort Shag Club Lessons AMVETS 1831 Ribaut Rd, Port Royal 6pm (843)524-3732 www.beaufortshagclub.com FRIDAYS Habersham Marketplace 4-7pm. Fresh local produce, plants, art, home baked and canned foods, crafts and live music. 13 Market. (843)846-3444. www.habershammarketplace.com SATURDAYS Farmers Market 8:30am-12:30pm. Naval Heritage Park Ribaut Road, Port Royal DAILY African American Exhibit York W. Bailey Museum at the Historic Penn Center is open Mon-Sat from 11am-4pm. Tour the museum’s collection on the history of the Penn School, first school for former slaves, and the Gullah culture. Gift shop: original art, books, hand-crafts, Gullah music CDs and videos. (843)838-2474. www.penncenter.com
November 3 – 3rd Annual Farmer’s Table Habersham Marketplace, Habersham. 5:30-10pm. Beaufort’s Top Chefs Collaborate for 3rd Annual “Farmer’s Table” Benefit Dinner for Lowcountry Food Bank. Guests will be treated to a supper made with fresh, locally sourced food, craft cocktails, beer and wine, and live bluegrass music for a great local cause. Since beginning Growing Food Locally in 2007, the Lowcountry Food Bank has provided over one million pounds of fresh produce to those in need. Tickets are $100 each and sponsorships are available. Tickets can be purchased by calling (843)747-8146 ext. 105 or visit www.lowcountryfoodbank.org/farmerstable November 3 – Rotary Club of the Lowcountry’s Annual Oyster Roast Live Oak Park, Port Royal. Save the date for this important annual event! Hosted by Rotary Club of the Lowcountry. For details contact Jeff Althoff email@example.com November 3 – DiVino DiVine Wine Tasting Event @Breakwater Breakwater restaurant, 203 Carteret Street, Beaufort. 5-7pm. This season’s wine tasting event, under the tent. Over 40 wines to taste plus the opportunity to stock your cellar for the holidays with cases of excellent wine at discount prices. Tickets $15 in advance at Breakwater, The Cuthbert House Inn, Main Street Beaufort ($20 at the door on the 5th) $15 of every case sold goes to support DragonBoat Beaufort’s cancer survivor missions. For more information, or for dinner after the event, call (843)379-0052 or visit www.breakwatersc.com November 8-10 – Annual Heritage Days Celebration Penn Center, St Helena Island. Nov 8th~3-9pm; Nov 9th~8:30am-10pm; Nov 10th~9am-5pm. The Annual Penn Center Heritage Days Celebration is held every second weekend in November to celebrate and showcase the unique cultural heritage of the Gullah people of the Sea Islands. Admission: Adults $7.00/Day, Youth (Ages 16-6) $5.00/Day, Ages 5 and Under Free, Group Rates Are Available. For more information call (843)838-2432 or visit www.www.penncenter.com November 8-10, 11, 15-17, 18 – The Misanthrope Black Box Theater, ARTworks. Beaufort Town Center, 2127 Boundary Street, Beaufort. “The Misanthrope” follows the hilariously thorny love-life of the irascible Alceste and the coquettish Célimène, who put the concept of “opposites attract” to the ultimate test. Nov 8-10~7:30pm; Nov 11~3pm; Nov 15-17~7:30pm; Nov 18~3pm. For more information and tickets call (843)379-2787 or visit www.artworksinbeaufort.org
Looking for an event location? Visit the maps on pages 14-15 to help find any event or business you see on the pages of Sea Island Scene.
November 12 – Beaufort County Veterans Day Parade Beaufort. 9:30am. This year’s Parade Grand Marshal is Lieutenant Colonel William R. “Skeet” Von Harten, USMC, (Ret.), and former Chairman of Beaufort County Council. The Parade will be followed by a Veterans Day Ceremony in the Beaufort National Cemetery at 11am. November 12-16 – University of SC vs Clemson Blood Drive USCB campus, Beaufort. 10am-7pm. Join us for the face-off between these two giants and donate blood at the same time. This is a blood drive for the Lowcountry Blood Alliance, hosted by the Junior Service League of Beaufort. www.guildofbeaufortgalleries.com November 16 – Snow Ball Gala St. Peter’s Walsh Palmetto Room, Beaufort. 12-5pm. A playful winter scene is in the works for this year’s Beaufort Homes for the Holidays annual gala. The ball kicks off the weekend home tour at Islands of Beaufort. Tickets are $75 per person. For tickets call (843)522-6510. November 17-18 – 11th Annual Homes for the Holidays Beaufort. 11-3pm & 12-3pm. Saturday and Sunday’s tour showcases seven private homes professionally decorated for the holidays by local interior and floral designers in the tranquil, traditional neighborhood that is Islands of Beaufort. Tickets are $25and be purchased at: Beaufort Visitors’ Center, Grayco, Laura Tucker Designs, Sweet Bay, Tideland Realty, The Chocolate Tree, Discount Fabric, and at the tour
site the days of the tour. Proceeds go to St. Peter’s Catholic School Tuition Assistance Fund, which lowers tuition costs for nearly half of school families attending St. Peter’s. For more information call (843)525-6644 or visit www.islandsofbeaufortSC.com
November 22 - Thanksgiving
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT November 10, 12:55pm – The Tempest The Met Live in HD. Composer Thomas Adès conducts the Metropolitan Opera premiere of his own work, with baritone Simon Keenlyside starring as Prospero. Director Robert Lepage recreates the interior of 18th century La Scala in this inventive staging. November 16, 17 & 18, – Annie, Jr. Beaufort Children’s Theatre production. Celebrate one of Broadway's most endearing musicals-Annie, Jr.! Even though she was abandoned on the doorstep of Mrs. Hannigan's orphanage as a baby, Annie maintains a sunny, spunky disposition as she searches for her parents, befriends President Roosevelt, and finds a new family and home with billionaire Oliver Warbucks and a mutt named Sandy. Annie, Jr. can melt the chilliest heart with song and dance numbers that will make you smile, hum, and maybe even sing along. Suitable for all audiences. General Admission: Adults $12/Kids $8 Reserved Seating: Adults $20/Kids $12
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Town of Port Royal The town takes pride in its unique natural environment and its accessibility to that environment through its network of walking trails, community beach, boardwalk, and observation tower. Since Columbus discovered America in 1492, seven flags have flown over what is now the Town of Port Royal.
Union Church The Union Church, also known as, â€œThe Free Churchâ€? was the first church to be built in the historic town of Port Royal. The land was donated by David F. Appleton and in 1878 cost around $1000 to build. It is currently eligible for recognition in the National Register of Historic Places and is being renovated jointly by both the Town of Port Royal and the Historic Port Royal Foundation. These two groups plan to use the renovated building as a cultural and community center.
Boardwalk Observation Tower At Port Royal Sands Beach you will find a waterside boardwalk leading to an observation tower. This tower provides fantastic views of Port Royal, Parris Island and the surrounding area. For tourists, this is a must see, is free to access and open year-round.
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YOUR GIFT GIVING
HEADQUARTERS Fine chocolates and other confections made on the premises. Monday-Saturday 10am - 6pm Sunday 1pm - 5pm Shipping Available
507 Carteret Street, Historic Downtown Beaufort
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Dining & Markets Teppanyaki... a grill Japanese food is cooked on.
Come in for the Show - Our Chef will prepare your entire meal in front of you! All Dinner Entreés & Combos come with salad with Japanese ginger dressing, stir fried vegetables & choice of steamed or fried rice.
Sushi Teppanyaki Restaurant
Fuji Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11-2 Dinner 5-9:30
524-2662 97 Sea Island Pkwy Ste 202 • Hamilton Village - Lady’s Island
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Dining & Markets
Full Page - Non-Bleed 387 x 576 points 5.375" x 8"
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Shopping & Services AREA REAL ESTATE F R I P P I S L A N D R E A LT Y C O M PA N Y KAREN NATOLI – Specializing in the Sea Islands of Beaufort, South Carolina. Vacation/Retirement Properties on Fripp Island, Harbor Island, Dataw Island, St. Helena Island and Beaufort. As a long time area resident, I can put my knowledge to work for you to find the perfect property. Visit my website for detailed information about our beautiful community and available listings. 1 Tarpon Boulevard, #200, Beaufort, SC, (843)263-4651. www.knfripprealtor.com
ARTS/ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES COLLECTORS ANTIQUE MALL – 5,700 square feet. A must see shop! Furniture, collectibles and interior design. One mile from downtown Beaufort. Don’t miss it! Mon-Sat. 10-5pm. 102c Sea Island Parkway. COTTAGE HOME – One stop shopping for painted furniture, antiques, collectibles and home decor. For that coastal cottage home, we have something for every room of your house. Located in the heart of historic Port Royal. 920 14th Street. Mon-Sat 10-5pm. (843)379-5599 www.cottagehome.webs.com THE GALLERY – Owner and artist Deanna Bowdish features original contemporary art from many talented and creative artists. For more information on The Gallery and contributing artists visit the website at www.thegallery-beaufort.com or stop by The Gallery in person for an unforgettable artistic experience. Located at 802 Bay Street in downtown Beaufort. (843)470-9994.
EVERYTHING OUTDOORS BEAUFORT RIVER TOURS – Dolphins where they live and play; ecology of the salt marsh; homes of the planters; departing daily from the Downtown Marina of Beaufort. (843)524-4422. www.BeaufortRiverTours.com
GIFTS/HOME & GARDEN BITTY’S FLOWER SHOP – Your complete floral service including professional wedding consultant, interior design, gifts, great ideas and balloon bouquets. We are located at 1202 Boundary Street, Beaufort or call us to place an order over the phone. (843)524-4547 CHOCOLATE TREE – Counters of luscious chocolate treats, chewy caramel, rich truffles, nut
clusters, crisp buttercrunch... That’s just the beginning. Pralines, brittles of peanuts, pecans and benne. Fudge and English toffee will do their best to tempt you. Watch candy being made. Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1-5pm. Shipping and local delivery available. (843)524-7980 or (800)524-7980 THE CRAFTSELLER – For twenty years, The Craftseller has been offering the finest hand-crafted pottery, jewelry, art glass, wood and kaleidoscopes by American Craftsmen. Discover unique copper sculptures and delightful weavings. Gift wrapping is free and we ship daily. Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-4. 818 Bay Street. (843)525-6104. www.craftseller.com NUANCES – A fun, fabulous and affordable boutique including gifts, apparel, garden accessories, local art, jewelry and home decor. A shopping gem located in Port Royal that you won’t want to miss! Mon-Sat 10-6. (843)470-1110. 703 Paris, Historic Port Royal. www.nuancesportroyal.com T H E P L A N TAT I O N G I F T S H O P AT THE FRAMPTON HOUSE – A truly unique shopping experience. Tasteful gifts including South Carolina merchandise, books, candles, historic reproductions and Civil War items can be found in this restored 1868 plantation home at I-95, Exit 33.
ORGANIZATIONS THE PENN CENTER – The Penn Center’s mission is to promote and preserve the history and culture of the Sea Islands. We serve as a local, national and international resource center, and act as a catalyst for the development of programs for self-sufficiency. For more info visit www.penncenter.com TOWN OF PORT ROYAL – Located between the Beaufort River and Battery Creek in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Town is home to two military installations, Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island and Naval Hospital, Beaufort, neighboring to the historic City of Beaufort and The Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort. www.PortRoyalSC.org UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA BEAUFORT CENTER FOR THE ARTS – USCB’s Center for the Arts encourages cultural and economic development within the City and County of Beaufort by hosting art exhibits, theatrical events, concerts, and other performances. It is also home to the USCB Festival Series hosted by Ed Arron. (843) 521-4122 www.uscb.edu
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Dining & Markets DOCKSIDE RESTAURANT – Located on the docks of Port Royal, this rustic setting offers prime seating for enjoying spectacular sunsets overlooking shrimp boats on Battery Creek. Specializing in fresh seafood & mouth watering steaks. See our NEW Location... Lady’s Island dockside, overlooking the marina on Factory Creek. Open Daily 4:30pm-10pm. Chef/Owner on premises. 1699 11th St., Port Royal, (843)524-7433 & 71 Sea Island Parkway, Lady’s Island, (843)379-3288. www.11thstreetdockside.com
SWEETGRASS RESTAURANT & BAR – Waterfront bistro at Dataw Island Marina. From-scratch meals made with local ingredients. Dine on our screened porch and watch the sunset over one of our signature cocktails - all named after boats in the marina. Come by boat or car - free public gate access. Serving Lunch and Dinner 6 days a week (Mon, Tue & Thur 5-9pm; Wed-Closed; Fri-Sun 11:30am-9pm). 100 Marina Drive, Dataw Island. (843)838-2151. Reservations accepted. www.sweetgrassdataw.com
FAT PATTIES – A hand-crafted American burger joint offering creative burger choices, bratwurst and sausages, salads, sandwiches, homemade ice cream and more. They offer a large selection of American Craft Beers on drought. Open lunch, dinner, and later. 831 Parris Island Gateway, Beaufort. (843)379-1500 MOONDOGGIES CAFE & GRILL – A truly unique dining experience...award-winning crab cakes, fresh local seafood, hand-cut steaks, burgers and more. Casual, comfortable dining at reasonable prices. Join us for our nightly specials. Serving lunch and dinner Tue-Sat 11:30am-9pm, Live music & seafood specials Friday & Saturday evenings. (843)522-1222. 925 10th Street, Historic Port Royal. www.moondoggiescafe.net RESTAURANT FUJI – Truly unique! It’s the only Teppanyaki restaurant of its kind. Watch as your meal is cooked right in front of you. A great variety to choose from, such as Teriyaki chicken or the steak & scallops combination. All meals include salad with ginger dressing & steamed or fried rice. All at a great price. 97 Sea Island Pkwy, Ste 202, Hamilton Village - Lady’s Island. (843)524-2662
Cranberry Meatloaf 1/2 cup diced onion 2 pounds ground beef 1 pound ground turkey 1 14-ounce can whole berry Cranberry Sauce, reserving 1 cup 1 cup instant oatmeal
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 2 tablespoons chili sauce 1 egg, beaten 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon salt Dash of oregano & thyme
DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350º. Combine all ingredients (reserving one cup of cranberry sauce) in a large mixing bowl; mix well by hand. Place in a 9.25 x 5.25 x 2.5-inch loaf pan. Top with reserved cranberry sauce. Bake for 1 hour. Makes 10 servings.
Cranberry Almond Cheese Log
Sweet Potato Soufflé
11oz goat cheese 1 tablespoon orange zest 1/3 cup chopped dried cranberries
6 medium sweet potatoes 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons butter 1 egg, beaten 1/2 cup raisins 3 tablespoons grated orange zest 1/4 cup whipping cream or half & half
1 cup natural sliced almonds - divided wax paper crostini for serving
DIRECTIONS: Place goat cheese in food processor work bowl. Pulse several times until cheese is crumbled. Add orange zest and chopped dried cranberry to crumbled goat cheese. Pulse for 5 seconds, or until cheese mixture will start to form a ball. Remove cheese mixture from work bowl and separate into two balls. Form each cheese balls into a log shape approximately 2x4 inches each. Place half of the almonds onto a piece of wax paper. Roll one goat cheese log over almonds, covering the entire surface of the log, gently pressing to assure the almonds stick. Repeat with the remaining second log and almonds. Wrap the logs individually in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 3 hours before serving. Cranberry Almond Goat Cheese Logs will keep in the refrigerator for 1 week. Serve with crostini.
Pinch freshly grated nutmeg 2 cups fresh cranberries, chopped 1 cup miniature marshmallows 1 tbl fresh orange juice 1 medium clove of garlic, crushed salt and pepper to taste
DIRECTIONS: Boil the potatoes with skins on until tender. Peel and mash. Place potatoes and remaining ingredients, except the marshmallows, into large mixing bowl and ship with electric mixer until light and fluffy. Place in baking dish and top with marshmallows. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes or until marshmallows brown and the dish is hot.
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Boundary Street / US 21
Baynard Hancock Hamilton
Lady’s Island Landing
12th St 11th St 10th St
14th St 13th St
16th St Ext
Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park
Paris A ve E
Carteret Street / US 21
9th St 8th St 7th St 6th St Sands Beach Rd
Port Royal Landing
Sands Beach Boardwalk
museum Fort Fremont
Highways & Points of Interest
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Priceless information for Beaufortonians and visitors, Sea Island Scene magazine distributes thirteen issues annually. With focus on promoti...
Published on Oct 30, 2012
Priceless information for Beaufortonians and visitors, Sea Island Scene magazine distributes thirteen issues annually. With focus on promoti...