From its inception, the Skull Creek Boathouse has been a part of Hilton Head Island's history. After it was built in the early 1980s, this historic restaurant transferred management and was transformed into its lively present-day state. Now, visitors can enjoy some of the island's tastiest treats and hottest parties in this waterfront landmark.
Every Monday, the Skull Creek Boathouse hosts its weekly Sunset Reggae Party, a night filled with fun, music, and cocktail specials for its patrons. Guests can listen to live music from the Lowcountry's hottest Reggae band, PATWA. This three-man band uses inspiration from legends such as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Gregory Isaacs for its beat-thumping tunes.
From 6:00pm-9:00pm, patrons can also enjoy delicious drink specials, like $4 Rum Punch and $3 Red Stripes. These Island-special drinks will keep the party going. Of course, the Boathouse also offers a number of other specialty cocktails as well, including its signature Skull Creek Sangria, Island Hopper, and Slurricane for you to sip on while you mix and mingle.
If you're looking for some tasty grub, Chef Brad has got you covered. His succulent concoctions featuring ocean-inspired staples such as lobster, octopus, and salmon. There are also a few bar bites available as well for some quick finger food. No matter what your tastes, the boathouse offers a little bit of everything, from its fine dining dishes to its small plates.
Patrons will enjoy the historical waterfront bar as well as some of the freshest seafood in town. So when you're looking for a tasty (and cheap) night out on the town, the Skull Creek Boathouse's Sunset Reggae Party is the place to be on Monday nights.