Restaurants to visit on Tybee Island

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Tybee Island is one of the best places to go for a fun beach trip, but where should you go for a bite to eat after the day is over (or before it’s over). start?) Here are five Tybee Island restaurants to get you on the road to a great meal.

Seafood Sting Ray

If hush puppies, fried shrimp cakes and Louisiana crayfish are your thing, you’ll love Sting Ray’s Seafood. This restaurant offers a long list of seafood options, from Alaskan snow crab to Gulf Coast oysters. Not only do they have seafood, but they also have burgers and salads.

Sting Ray’s Seafood is located on Butler Avenue. They are open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and you can find their website via the link here.

Cafe Sundae at Tybee

Once an ice cream parlour, this friendly restaurant serves southern-inspired seafood and steaks. Their lunch plates vary by day of the week, but include chicken fried chicken, pot roast, and fish n’ grits. They also serve low country tacos, fried green tomatoes and more.

The Sundae Cafe at Tybee is located on 1st Street and hours vary depending on the day. You’ll want to check their lunch and dinner times on their website via the link here if you want to skip.


If you’re looking for a drink and a bite to eat, you’ll want to try Huc-a-poos. This local favorite serves up pizza and more, all at a reasonable price. A single slice of pizza, which is advertised as “bigger than your face,” costs just $5.

This truck stop is located on US-80 near McKenzie Avenue. Huc-a-poos opens at 11 a.m. every weekday and you can find more information about their menu by visiting the link here.

Agave Bar & Grill

Want Mexican? Agave Bar and Grill has you covered. They have all the classics. This includes fajitas, burritos and enchiladas as well as carnitas, sopes and quesadillas. Whatever Mexican cuisine you’re looking for, you’ll find it at Agave Bar and Grill.

The Tybee Island location for this restaurant is on 1st Street. It is a short walk from the Sundae Cafe. Their hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. They are closed on Sundays. You can find more information about them by visiting their website at the link here.

Salt Island Fish and Beer

The Salt Island Fish and Beer menu has more than you would expect from a seafood restaurant. In addition to the usual fish and chips and fish and grits dishes, they also have fried goat cheese salads, poke bowls and shrimp bruschetta. Their varied menu means there is plenty to choose from. Even if you don’t want seafood, you can always find something you’ll enjoy, like their pork fries or Greek meatballs.

Salt Island Fish & Beer is located on Lovell Avenue. They are open Wednesday through Monday until 9 p.m. and you can find more information about their hours of operation by visiting the link here.

Richard Dement

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