Rainbow Island Supper
Rainbow Island Suppers’ roots trace back to the 1950s, when The Cloister began hosting a barbecue and fish fry on Friday nights. Folks would hop aboard the Jeep Train and make their way to the live oak grove on the northern end of Sea Island for Southern food, Sea Island hospitality and the pleasant sounds of local singers set against the backdrop of the Black Banks River.
Fast-forward to the mid-1990s, when the dinners were relocated to Rainbow Island. Just as guests from years past sat down to plates of roasted oysters, shrimp, collared greens, fried chicken, sweet potato soufflé’, corn on the cob, and brunswick stew, you can continue to enjoy these classics today. Over time, healthy options have been added, such as tomato and cucumber salad, but you will continue to find it hard to resist a slice of Pecan Pie, always a Southern staple.
Offered most Saturdays, June–August.