Hilton Head and the Low Country Restaurants



Plums Review

This hip restaurant began its life in 1986 in a homey frame house with plum-color awnings shading the front porch. The name-sake awnings facing the riverwalk are still here, but a major renovation has more than doubled its seating, giving it a contemporary open space. An oyster bar that looks out to Bay Street, Plums still uses old family recipes for its soups, crab-cake sandwiches, and curried chicken salad served at lunch, but now it also offers inventive burgers, po'boys, and wraps. Dinner is more sophisticated with creative pairings and artistic plate presentations, particularly on the pasta and seafood dishes. There's live music Tuesday through Saturday, starting at around 10 pm.

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Updated: 10-13-2012

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