In search of oysters, pad Thai, spanakopita, sole meunière, jerk chicken, pimento cheese, crab cakes or churros? You can find all of those items on Bluffton menus.

Bluffton’s restaurant choices range from casual to fine dining with an eclectic selection of regional cuisine. Seafood, barbecue and Lowcountry dishes are well represented along with lounges, bars, breweries, pizzerias, diners, cafés, bakeries, ice cream and frozen yogurt shops.

The list of ethnic choices is long and growing with authentic Caribbean, Chinese, French, Greek, Central and Southern American, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese and more.

Many of these independent restaurants are family owned and operated and use recipes passed down from previous generations. Ingredients are often sourced by the award-winning Farmers Market Bluffton.

The Bluffton food scene also aligns itself closely with the art scene. In addition to the many galleries and artist studios, many of the restaurants exhibit the work of both well-known and up-and-coming local artists.

Bluffton is a tight-knit community that cares deeply about food, art, culture and history.