BLU Restaurant and Bar Continues Thanksgiving Tradition

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Nov 7, 2012

Blu Restaurant and Bar continues their Thanksgiving tradition with an oceanfront-dining buffet Thanksgiving Day, November 22 from 12-8pm. Indulge on all the holiday favorites in a lavish buffet spread from 2-6 ($31.95/adults, $14.95/kids) or feast from the limited buffet from 6-8 pm ($18.95/adults & $7.95/kids). Take a peak at BLU’s Thanksgiving Buffet menu online at www.BluFollyBeach.com.

Reservations are required. Call 843-588-6658 or go online at www.BluFollyBeach.com to make a reservation today.

About BLU Restaurant and Bar

In a city defined by water, Blu stands tall as one of the few restaurants with oceanfront dining. Perched at the “Edge of America” directly on Folly Beach, Blu combines spectacular views with a menu dominated by sustainable seafood, regional flavors, and local ingredients. Chef Jon Cropf delivers local favorites and seasonal specialties in this full-service restaurant located within The Tides Hotel on Folly Beach. Open year-round, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sunday brunch and holidays feature special menus, and reservations are accepted. Live music on the weekends.

1 Center St. 843-588-6658 blufollybeach.com

About The Tides Hotel on Folly Beach

The Tides Hotel on Folly Beach is Folly Beach’s only oceanfront hotel. It contains 132 oceanfront guestrooms, a full service restaurant and bar named BLU, and has over 4,000 square feet of meeting space. The hotel was purchased by 1 Center Street, LLC in March of 2008 and closed its doors in November of that same year for major renovation. The hotel reopened in March of 2009.

1 Center St. 843-588-6464 tidesfollybeach.com

About Folly Beach, South Carolina

The City of Folly Beach is a barrier island, six miles long and the closest beach to historical Charleston, South Carolina, only 9 miles away. Folly Beach is the home of sea, sand and surfing, historical and cultural sites; a maritime forest; Morris Island Lighthouse; gourmet food, endangered species of birds; and southern hospitality. Locals refer to Folly Beach as the “Edge of America.”

 If you would like more information, photos, or to schedule an interview, please contact Stacy Danosky at 843-588-6699

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