Southern Tide

Sea Island Beach Club

Oceanside appetites.

Dine oceanside overlooking the dunes of Sea Island Beach and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. You don’t have to dress up, but that doesn’t mean we won’t put on our best. Beautiful setting. Mouth-watering comfort dishes. Fresh seafood with strong southern influences. Ingredients sourced from local farms. A refreshing cocktail. A well-deserved break from the activities of the day. Southern Tide’s casual, relaxed atmosphere makes it the perfect place to bring the kids, gather around a table, and share lunch or dinner. And stories of your Sea Island day. Our beachfront restaurant is full of life, lots of laughs, and sunny smiling faces.

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All Day: Casual, dry beach or swim attire is acceptable. Shirts, swimsuit cover-ups and footwear are required.


Recommended for dinner.

Tidal Tower

With ocean views from your seat, what is more appropriate than a Tidal Tower for the table? Oysters on the half shell sourced from locations along the East, Gulf, and West Coasts. Locally caught wild Georgia Shrimp, known for its sweet taste, and meaty King Crab Legs. All of this paired with traditional accompaniments such as cocktail sauce, saltines, lemon wedges, and mignonette. It doesn't get any fresher than this!



Sides $9/each or 3 for $24

From The Sea




Vegetable & Fruit



For the Kids

Specialty Coffee

Hot Tea

*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 Michael

Chef Michael McKenzie, as early as 8 years old, was in the kitchen learning how to prepare food by his grandmother. He studied at the Florida Culinary Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida. He worked for Café Boulud at the Brazilian Court & The Breakers in Palm Beach. While working as the Sous Chef of a small local New England style restaurant, Long Boards, his passion for fresh, local, and sustainable seafood grew immensely. Later Michael moved to Savannah, where he was the Executive Sous Chef at The Mansion on Forsyth Park. To further his career, he moved to Orlando for an opportunity at the Grand Bohemian Hotel as the Chef de Cuisine. Chef Michael came to Sea Island Spring 2019 and has brought his fun energy, vast culinary knowledge and deep passion for the culinary arts to the Sea Island Team.

Other Sea Island Restaurants to Enjoy

River Bar & Lounge

The Cloister

You didn’t order panoramic views of the Black Banks River, but there they are. This brasserie serves delightful French and European style dishes in a casual, lively atmosphere.

Snack Shack

Sea Island Beach Club

Fuel up for a full day of beach and poolside fun. Grabbing a snack or a quick bite at the Snack Shack poolside café is a breeze.


The Cloister

An authentic, rustic Italian eatery with a river view. Where the pasta’s homemade and the chef tosses dough through the air at the open pizza kitchen.

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