Hilton Head Island Seafood Scene

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Thanks for joining us for a closer look at what is going on with the Low Country seafood scene. It’s a shame we only get 30 minutes because we could go on for hours about it.  So much to eat and like, so little time.

Here’s listing of who we featured on our show, in the order in which they appeared:

*Larry Hughes, President of Low Country Oyster Trail – It’s a different perspective on the oyster in South Carolina. The can offer different tastes, they can offer different sizes, but no one will dispute that they aren’t all fantastic. The Oyster Trail just got started a few months ago. Given the proper guidance, it will do nothing but grow. I would expect it to be a great asset to coastal tourism one day. Click here to learn more about the trail and how you can participate.

*The Sage Room – We’ve wanted to feature The Sage Room on our show for a couple of years. Never really found the right opportunity. This was it. Their scallops dish in a champagne poach with sauteed spinach on a parmesan risotto cake is their most popular dish, but really anything there is fantastic. Ask any local. If you’ve never visited, allow yourself some time to find it. Not at all visible from the street, but then again, not much on Hilton Head Island is, right? Another show stopper you saw in the episode that we didn’t mention was their filet benedict. Beef Tenderloin topped with a poached egg and house made hollandaise. I’m not a huge fan of benedicts, but I’d eat and like that dish for days.

*Lucky Rooster and Hudson’s Seafood – Our conversation with Rooster’s Clayton Rollison and Hudson’s Andrew Carmines was a departure from what we normally do on our show. Ultimately, because we thought it would be more informative to someone who wants to learn about the seafood scene. At the end of the day, most people know where their favorite spots are for seafood on the island. This conversation was about looking beyond that and learning more about what is being done to enhance the seafood offerings in the Low Country.

it was also a good opportunity to discuss the growth of the Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival. It is the island’s best weeklong event, by far. Something for everyone in all price ranges. For details on that event, click here.

To learn more about Lucky Rooster – which is one of my favorites on the island by the way – click here.

To learn more about Hudson’s Seafood click here.

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Eat It and Like It launched in Savannah, Georgia with television personality Jesse Blanco as the host. His passion for food and travel has made Eat It and Like It a two-time EMMY nominated program about contemporary and traditional Southern food.

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Eat It and Like It launched in Savannah, Georgia with television personality Jesse Blanco as the host. His passion for food and travel has made Eat It and Like It a two-time EMMY nominated program about contemporary and traditional Southern food.

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