Palweys Island, South Carolina, offers Lowcountry cooking in a coastal setting. This type of cuisine features fresh, local ingredients with a Caribbean and African flair. It includes mouth-watering dishes like she-crab soup, Hoppin' John, and shrimp and grits. This historic fishing village is still the perfect place to get fresh-caught fare, and you'll love trying the fish and seafood from the nearby waterways or game from the surrounding maritime forest. The Carolina barbecue is also a classic that shouldn't be missed, and smoked seafood is often on the menu. If you're looking for a more exotic evening, you can also feast on Mediterranean and Italian meals. It's even easy to find gluten-free and vegetarian options at most restaurants.