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Sea Island

Tavola


The Cloister

You’re always welcome at our table.


Enjoy house-cured prosciutto, homemade pasta, wood-fired pizza, hand-pulled mozzarella. And the chef, as he tosses dough through the air and stokes the fire in our Mugnaini wood-burning oven in the open pizza kitchen. The bar is stocked with Italian spirits that pair exceptionally well with the restaurant’s Italian fare, with classic cocktails reinvented to reflect the region. A place to gather. A table to share. Good food to enjoy. The soul of Italy isn’t just found on the menu. It’s around the table.

Price Range:

$$$

Location:

The Cloister
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Hours:

Dinner:
Sunday–Thursday 5:30–9 p.m.
Friday–Saturday 5:30–10 p.m.
Closed Wednesdays

Attire:

Collared shirt required.
Swim attire and flip-flops not permitted.

Reservations:

Recommended

Margherita Pizza


The quintessential pizza—in the colors of the Italian flag—our Margherita is a masterpiece of flavor. Combining hand-pulled mozzarella, imported San Marzano tomatoes, and fresh basil, this classic is molto buono in any language.

Antipasti

Pasta

Contorni

Pizza

Carne E Pesce

Dolci

Digestif and Dessert Wine

*Our Sea Island Team takes allergies very seriously. Before placing your order or consuming any food or beverage, please alert a service team member about any allergy you or your party may have. Our product may contain wheat, egg, dairy, soy, fish, or other allergens even if not listed on the menu. As required by the State of Georgia, we provide this information: “Consuming raw or undercooked meats, Poultry, Seafood, Shellfish, or Eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.”

Meet Chef Robert Reynaud

Before traveling the world studying, exploring, and shaping his culinary path, a curious 12-year-old learned to cook at home with family, and discovered his love of cooking while making fudge with his grandmother. Reynaud has traveled throughout Italy—Parma, Modena, and Bologna—and studied the relationship of pairing food and wine in California’s wine country.

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