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→ DENVER from Signal Mountain, Tennessee gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 7/8/2011 and wrote “CAN YOU CARRY MINI CORN DOGS? ”        → DENVER from Signal Mountain, Tennessee gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 7/8/2011 and wrote “CAN YOU CARRY MINI CORN DOGS”        → DENVER from Signal Mountain, Tennessee gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 7/8/2011 and wrote “CAN YOU CARRY MINI CORN DOGS”        → DENVER from Signal Mountain, Tennessee gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 7/8/2011 and wrote “CAN YOU CARRY MINI CORN DOGS”        → mckrae from Spartanburg, sc gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Wreck of the Salty Dog on 7/7/2011 and wrote “food was great when we go to hilton head our family ALWAYS eats at salty dog ”        → Doug from Troy, Ohio gave a score of 4.75/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 7/1/2011 and wrote “Great atmosphere”        → Ed from Watkinsville, GA gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 6/26/2011 and wrote “Open up one in Athens, Georgia :)”        → Samuel from Chillicothe, Ohio gave a score of 4.375/5 overall after visiting Wreck of the Salty Dog on 6/14/2011 and wrote “More room”        → Jeffrey from Winter Haven, Florida gave a score of 4.75/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 5/28/2011 and wrote “Your doing great!”        → Marilyn from South Beach, HHI, SC gave a score of 4.75/5 overall after visiting Wreck of the Salty Dog on 5/21/2011 and wrote “I want to thank everyone from the beginning to the end. Herbie made sure that Steve received our reservation confirmation for 13 to 15 Bluff Villa Owners who wanted to have dinner together and we wanted to walk to the village to do it. Herbie, Steve and Maggie, our waiter, made our visit there extremely enjoyable. Thank you to all! SUGGESTION: We had to break up into smaller groups because the tables are screwed down. It would be much more accommodating if we could have had seating for a larger crowd who could sit all together...outside. BTW, everyone enjoyed the KEY LIME PIE....the best on the Island!!!”        → DICK from EUGENE, OREGON gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 5/9/2011 and wrote “I would like to have the recipe for the scrimp gumbo it was great Thank you”        → Jenny from Reno, NV gave a score of 4.5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 5/8/2011 and wrote “We ordered hush-puppies and they were served quickly but they were not served warm or hot. The crab soup was DELICIOUS as was the catch of the day, South African fish. The maps to get there are very misleading, we came and left the same area not realizing we were already in the right spot. We went to the print shop and they were kind enough to point us back to the right location. Overall good experience. Only knew you were there from seeing the products at the Savannah/Hilton Head airport upon our arrival to Savannah for the first time. My last name is Saltz so naturally we had to find the Salty Dog Cafe. Pictures of our German Shepherd with her Salty Dog gear will make it your way soon!”        → chandler from conover, nc gave a score of 4.625/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 4/21/2011 and wrote “Idk”        → Linda from Germantown, Maryland gave a score of 4.25/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 4/13/2011 and wrote “add onions rings to the menu”        → Josey from Canton, GA gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 2/27/2011 and wrote “Love it!”        → Tina from Durham, NC gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 2/26/2011 and wrote “Management should really listen to other customers who are having issues with one table instead of pacifying them.”        → Bill from Burlington, NC gave a score of 5/5 overall after visiting Salty Dog Cafe on 6/25/2010 and wrote “Love Salty Dog Ann HH Island”       

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T’ Story o’ Land’s End Tavern

 

Legend has it that Blackbeard, and pirates like him, once pillaged ships up and down t' southeastern coast and used places like Hilton Head Island, with its meanderin' tidal rivers and inlets, as discreet hidin' places. He and his crew would smartly strike at ships on t' open sea, then retreat t' hide in t' safety o' places like Braddocks Cove.

It be believed that years ago, where t' land ended and t' sea began, pirates like Blackbeard would congregate t' eat, drink and count their booty while plannin' their next adventure. It was a place known as Land’s End Tavern.

When Sea Pines was developed in t' 1950’s, t' ruins were all but forgotten. Time and weather had returned Braddocks Cove t' its natural state. It was thar that South Beach Marina was constructed and in t' mid 1970’s an old boat storage buildin' was converted into what be now known as Land’s End Tavern.

Reminiscent o' times gone by, Land’s End Tavern celebrates t' pirate lore that was once common t' this area. Although centuries have passed since pirates roamed t' seas, Land’s End Tavern offers t' opportunity t' relive their adventurous spirit, arrr!

 

Located at South Beach Marina in Sea Pines on
Hilton Head Island, S.C. next to The Salty Dog Cafe.
Tel: (843) 671-5456
Open Daily from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

 

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