We are sincerely grateful to the many loyal guests who allowed us to serve them over the past fifteen years.
Hilton Head, SC (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
The Lowrey Hospitality Group of Hilton Head, South Carolina has announced that one of the island’s best restaurants, Antonio’s, has closed its doors at the restaurant’s long-time Village of Wexford location.
The AAA-Four Diamond award-winning restaurant ceased operations at the beginning of May, leaving behind a legacy of sophisticated, coastal Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and glittering memories. Antonio’s menu introduced the Hilton Head area to the joys of combining local, coastal ingredients with Italian inspired preparations.
“Although much discussion has been circulating about a possible relocation of the restaurant, we would like to simply focus our energy and time on Old Fort Pub, CQ’s and Celebrations Catering and Events,” said Bonnie Lowrey, President of the Lowrey Hospitality Group. “Most importantly, we are sincerely grateful to the many loyal guests who allowed us to serve them over the past fifteen years.”
The Lowrey Hospitality Group’s other award-winning restaurants, Old Fort Pub and CQ’s, have both have been serving delicious, memorable meals to area residents and visitors since 1973. CQ’s, located in Sea Pines, was the first establishment opened in legendary Harbor Town. The waterfront Old Fort Pub sits adjacent to the Civil War ruins of Fort Mitchell, offering stunning scenic views of the Lowcountry's Intra-coastal waterway.