Kiawah Island SC Bike Rentals Seaside Cycles Restaurant & Eatery Guide Released

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( — August 8, 2019) — Bike rental specialist, Seaside Cycles based on Kiawah Island have released an eatery guide so that island visitors can find their ideal restaurant with minimal effort.

Seaside Cycles, a bike rental specialist based on Kiawah and Seabrook Islands for over 17-years, have released a restaurant and eatery guide for visitors to Kiawah Island. The comprehensive guide lists the most frequented and sought-after eateries that cater to both casual and 5-star fine dining.

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Recently released, the restaurant and eatery guide includes a mixture of cuisine such as Italian, Southern BBQ smoked, seafood, specialty wraps and sandwiches, and market foods ideal for those looking to prepare their breakfast, lunch, and dinner or to prepare a picnic to take on their bike ride around the island.

The comprehensive guide also includes Freshfields Village, which is home to famous eateries such as the King Street Grille, La Tele Pizzeria, Java Java, the Marble Slab Creamery, The Station Deli, Hege’s and the Soda Fountain. All these sumptuous eateries and their selection of dining options are found under Fresh Fields Village so that site visitors can easily explore the many eateries available.

Other ‘must visit’ restaurants and eateries listed in the guide are Tomasso at Turtle Point, which serves hand-made pasta, sauces, pizzas and bread that are all freshly prepared daily, and Night Heron Grill and Bar for the best burgers on the island. Plus, the Atlantic Room, where the best selection of seafood is on offer.

Seaside Cycles is a family-owned and operated business that provides bikes for hire so that visitors to the island and even locals can explore the beauty of the region, pristine waters and enjoy the fresh ocean air. With over 1000 bicycles and trailers on offer, Seaside Cycles pick-up, inspect, clean, and deliver each bike personally.

When asked about the restaurant guide, a company representative said, “With so many places to eat on the island, it can often be difficult for visitors to find the ‘right place’ to eat. So, we have released the guide to make it easier for visitors to find their ideal eatery, which we feel heightens the island experience, especially when visitors are exploring the island on a bike.”

To find out more about Seaside Cycles and their Restaurant Guide, click on the link above. Site visitors can also find out more about each restaurant and how to make reservations.