World-Class Dining with a Distinctly Local Fair

World-Class Dining with a Distinctly Local Fair

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At The Beach Club, the tide has turned — and an extraordinary new dining experience claims the shoreline. Masterfully redesigned in a coastal chic motif, The B-Liner reflects the ever-evolving tastes of Kiawah Island Club Members, with a menu showcasing local ingredients, expertly prepared.

Mike Lata, chef and owner of Charleston’s acclaimed FIG and The Ordinary, has created a menu celebrating the Lowcountry’s best seafood, produce, grains, and meat. Southern culinary tradition pairs with light, fresh coastal influences in creative yet familiar dishes.

James Beard Award-winning Chef Lata has long recognized the bounty of fish species found in local waters and is eager to introduce Members to each of these coastal riches. In fact, Lata says, the new restaurant’s name was inspired by one of them—a vermilion snapper.

WHY THE B-LINER?
“I wanted to pick a name that was a nod to local seafood, and the B-Liner—also known as the vermilion snapper—is one of the most prevalent and sustainable species in the area. I think it’s a name that feels clean, simple, and a touch curious.” -Chef Mike Lata

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