Where to eat on Kiawah Island
Kiawah Island has so many great places to eat whether you are looking for a 5 star Fine Dining experience or simply mouth-watering good food in a casual environment. Here are some selections to wet your appetite and help you find just what you are looking for.
Tomasso at Turtle Point
If you are a fan of Italian food, then Tomasso at Turtle Point may be for you. They specialize in authentic cuisine from all regions of Italy.
The Night Heron Grill
If you are looking for a casual place for the whole family to enjoy feasting on local seafood, specialty wraps and sandwiches, and cold beverages while relaxing around the pool then visit The Night Heron Grill.
The Market at Town Center
If you are looking for a place for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, then The Market at Town Center is a good choice. They will even prepare a Picnic Bag for you to take on a biking excursion or a day at the beach.
If you take your time getting out and about in the morning or are simply in the mood for breakfast all day long, then visit the Southern Kitchen located in the Straw Market at West beach.
Cherrywood BBQ & Ale House
For a truly unique experience visit Cherrywood BBQ & Ale House and enjoy Genuine Southern BBQ smoked over local hardwoods while sitting on the open veranda overlooking Osprey’s famous alligators. Select from their extensive beer list featuring over sixty local, imported, draft and craft beers.
The Atlantic Room
If you came to the Island in search of the best seafood, then The Atlantic Room at the Ocean Course Clubhouse is not to be missed.
Other places to eat include The King Street Grille, La Tela Pizzeria, Java Java, the Marble Slab Creamery, Ladles, The Station Deli, Hege’s, Vincents Drug Store & Soda Fountain, and The Village Market by Harris Teeter, all found in nearby Freshfields Village.
Excellent dining can also be found throughout downtown Charleston just a short drive away.