Following a walk on the beach at Marriott’s Barony Beach Resort, we agreed to dine at one of our favorite Hilton Head restaurants. The Atlantic Oceans winds were 40 mph and there seemed to be a river of sand flowing. We have been fans of Red Fish for the past 13 years (time flies.) Red Fish is a beautiful, inviting restaurant, and it is properties similar to Red Fish that ensure that we holiday at Hilton Head six weeks annually.
Red Fish is a large restaurant with several dining areas. Redfish offers a first class fine arts display. The parking lot is nearly full, and we expect this to be the case. Red Fish is on 278 as one exits the Sea Pines Circle.
Red Fish offers a beautiful porch, and we elect the table in front of the fireplace. The calmness contrasts with our earlier beach trek. We order a California Chardonnay and enjoy the conifer view. During this time of years, the pine cones are departing the trees for the deck; a pleasant hazard.
Boomers and retirees represent most of the clientele; there are no families with children. Most folks are dressed in casual vacation attire, and a few are dressed in business attire. Red Fish is not a restaurant for the beach clad crowd.
My wife decides on a Shrimp and Crab salad, and I elect a sautéed salmon plate. The presentation and meal is nice. Both the hostess and server are confident in their tasks. We are please wind the sunshine and the pleasant meal. The tariff is appropriate for the fare.