Blue Moon Bistro offers upscale casual dining in a relaxed, historic setting in Beaufort. It's not considered fine dining because there are no coats and ties needed here, but the food, service and experience would make you think otherwise. Offering a laid-back atmosphere, the Blue Moon concentrates on quality food, drinks and service. Dinners are prepared from...more about Blue Moon Bistro
Stroll down Front Street in Beaufort and you will see not only a stunning view of boats on Taylor Creek and Beaufort Inlet Channel, but a variety of outstanding restaurants. Stop in for the freshest seafood at local restaurants like the Spouter Inn and Front Street Grill. The charm of Beaufort is its history, so why not dine at the Blue Moon Bistro located in the historic Dill House circa 1827 or at Clawson's 1905 Restaurant for a trip back in time. One of the benefits of a friendly town is following the locals to their favorite place to eat lunch like No Name Pizza and the Beaufort Cafe. Don't leave Beaufort until you've traipsed down Queen Street, a narrow side street, to find the remarkable cuisine in Beaufort Grocery - just not on Tuesday, the only day the chefs stop to put their feet up.