Fall is the best time of the year in the lowcountry featuring the Bluffton Arts & Seafood Festival !
October is the beginning of my favorite time of year here in the lowcountry. The air literally changed last night from the end of summer to fall. Time for less crowds, spacious beaches, beautiful sunsets and the best seafood and oysters in the world!
In celebration of that, the Bluffton Arts and Seafood Festival is happening all week long. Check out all the events at culminating this weekend with the Street Festival on Calhoun St this Saturday and Sunday, showcasing our love for the lowcountry! Hope to see y’all there!
Checking out Bluffton’s newest dining establishment, The Oyster Bar.
You know the old story… You can only eat oysters in months with the letter “R” in it. Well that’s not true anymore.
Last night, I enjoyed a fabulous smorgasbord of oysters at Bluffton’s newest dining establishment called The Oyster Bar. They have varieties of oysters from all over the country featuring West Coast versions, East Coast versions, and my favorite local varieties when in season. I highly encourage you to go whenever you need to satisfy that oyster craving all year long.
I loved the unique Bluffton ambiance – classy, yet down to earth and very inviting. Definitely check out the side bar patio with inside/out bar and comfy outdoor seating to encourage good times with friends, as I did. Seemed like everybody had the same idea this beautiful Monday night. And that is so Bluffton….
The Oyster Bar is located in the Promenade in Bluffton, in between Agave and Capt’n Woody’s. Tell them Lowcountry Lori sent you.