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Local Dishes to Pack For a Dreamy Tybee Island Picnic

Picnics are a great way to bring together friends and loved ones. Give your seaside picnic a local twist with dishes from some of Tybee Island’s finest eateries. Here are our picks for a full feast on the beach!

Appetizer – Farm Plate from Tybee Island Social Club

Soooo good!

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Whet your appetite with a platter of healthy and travel-friendly options from Tybee Island Social Club. Pita bread, sliced carrots and cucumbers, feta cheese, hummus and sliced almonds make this appetizer a delicious and nutritious way to kick off your picnic.

Entree – Salmon BLT from 80 East Gastropub

Photo courtesy of Trip Advisor

Photo courtesy of Trip Advisor

Seafood-inspired dishes are a must when you’re visiting a coastal town. This classic BLT gets an upgrade with salmon, applewood smoked bacon, arugula and tomato served on toasted sourdough and accompanied by made-in-house crawfish aioli.

Side Dish – Homemade chips and pico de gallo from North Beach Bar and Grill

Best chips and salsa hands down. I’ve missed you #northbeachbarandgrill #tomatoesondeck ?

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Thick tortilla chips pair perfectly with made-in-house pico de gallo. This fresh combination is easy to carry along and even easier to eat!

Dessert – Fried Strawberries from CoCo’s Sunset Grille

Photo courtesy of Yelp

Photo courtesy of Yelp

These crispy, bite-sized strawberries are divine. They make for the perfect end to beachy picnic — no utensils needed and there are plenty to go around!

Drinks – Dirty Monkey from Tybee Time Sports Bar

#tybeetime #togocups

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This beachfront gem offers over 10 kinds of daquiris. We like the Dirty Monkey — a combination of banana and white Russian. The flavors are all fantastic, but the real treat is being able to take your frozen drink to go! Happy picnicking!

 

jess_brannen_headshotJess Brannen is Visit Tybee’s Social Media Coordinator. She graduated from Armstrong State University with her BA in English and Professional Communications. Jess is a Savannah native and loves playing with Sir Charles Barkley, her neurotic golden retriever, and watching reruns of Martha Stewart’s cooking shows while eating chocolate. 

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