If you are looking for fresh seafood, there’s no need to look any further than St. Simons Island. From shrimp and grits to flounder tacos and a lot more in between, these restaurants offer a little something for everyone. With so many places to choose from, it’s hard to pick a favorite. So, here are a few ideas to whet your appetite:
Visit the Georgia Sea Grill to try crab-stuffed hush puppies, crab soup, and fresh oysters. Delaney’s Bistro also has an impressive menu. Highlights include blackened red snapper, peppered shrimp, and parmesan-crusted scallops. And if you love shrimp and grits, you’ll definitely want to visit Halyards Restaurant. Or enjoy contemporary American cuisine, fine cocktails and live music at the award-winning restaurant, NANCY.
With their delicious sausage and fresh tomato jam that’s made in-house, it’s easy to understand why Palmer’s Village Cafe is recommended by St. Simons Island natives as a great place for breakfast. When you’re ready for dinner, head over to PORCH and enjoy Nashville Hot Chicken, Wild Georgia Shrimp, and farm-raised catfish. Iguana’s Seafood Restaurant in Pier Village has earned multiple awards for their fried shrimp and they’ll even give you free ice-cream for dessert.
The Sandcastle Cafe and Grill serves delicious flounder tacos and offers a very reasonably priced breakfast buffet. If seafood just isn’t for you, Chile Peppers Island Cantina is a great choice. They serve delicious Mexican food and offer regular drink specials. If you’re in the mood for pizza and beer, try Fox’s Pizza Den. They’re known for their “Big Daddy” pizza and thick “Wedgie” sandwiches. Zuzu’s juicy burgers and fries are pretty amazing too. And don’t forget to try some fried green tomatoes while you’re there.
Regardless of where you decide to eat on St. Simon’s Island, you’ll want to come back for more. Who knows? You may even decide to move here permanently. Contact DeLoach Sotheby’s International Realty today for more information about St. Simons Island real estate.