Thursday, August 05, 2004

Hilton Head Island, situated on South Carolina's spectacular Treasure Coast, offers myriad dining choices for traditionalist gourmets and lovers of gastronomic adventure alike. Regional Lowcountry cuisine has a prominent place in Hilton Head Island's restaurant scene, with traditional classics such as she-crab soup, shrimp and grits and Lowcountry boils, but the area also offers a variety of ethnic cuisines, continental fare, American favorites, plenty of ocean-fresh seafood and more. Hilton Head Island is the lates addition to DiningGuide.

Wednesday, August 04, 2004

Dining is a special artform in the desert oasis of Palm Springs, a city that presents an expansive variety of culinary styles, showcased in eateries that range from casually eclectic bistros to elegant upscale dining establishments, ethnic restaurants to intimate cafes and summer sidewalk dining. Palm Springs also boasts a number of internationally acclaimed chefs, with world-class culinary flair, alongside 'home grown' chefs who add a unique regional element to the city's dining scene with their traditional local fare and family recipes passed down through the generations. The Palm Springs metro area is the most recent addition to the DiningGuide Network.