Weekends on Hilton Head Island are great for a slew of reasons, one in particular being brunch. The best five places to stop for brunch are:
The Black Marlin Bayside Grill
The Black Marlin Bayside Grill makes this list with its wonderful seafood quiche and stunning views overlooking Palmetto Bay Marina. As you nosh on your breakfast cuisine, you’ll find yourself set in a fun, Key West atmosphere to start your day off right.
Signe’s Heaven Bound Bakery & Café
This bakery and café has been operating since 1972 and was featured on the Food Network for its deep-dish French toast. Try the dish for yourself, made with the bakery’s own French bread and accompanied by country sausage and fruit.
Palmetto Bay Sunrise Café
The breakfast and lunch spot is another favorite, offering Southern dishes such as crab cake eggs Benedict, shrimp hash and biscuits and gravy. Take advantage of the outdoor seating to enjoy the coastal climate while you dine.
Skillets Café and Grill
With a name like Skillets, you know its breakfast means serious business. The restaurant serves its breakfast menu all day with a variety of omelets, breakfast sandwiches, Benedicts and, of course, layered skillets.
Kenny B’s French Quarter Café
For a New Orleans-style brunch right in the heart of Hilton Head, try Kenny B’s French Quarter Café. Owner Kenny B. has cooked Creole food in New Orleans and Mobile, Alabama, but even more impressive than his resume is the all-you-can-eat buffet, offering made-to-order omelets and eggs Benedicts with heaping piles of jambalaya and beignets.