A restaurant in Port Royal offering Caribbean and other island-inspired food with a fresh view of Port Royal Landing Marina.
Marker 244 is named for the Intracoastal Waterway marker nearby. The new venture will be a family-run business and will serve cuisine from a variety of island cultures such as Hawaiian and Caribbean. Lowcountry cuisine is also featured, and the atmosphere is welcoming, with an island inspired vibe.
The menu includes fresh local-caught shrimp and fish, burgers, chicken salad sandwiches, kabobs, fried and jerked chicken and vegetarian options.
Longtime Lowcountry chef Penn Ten Eyck, who formerly owned and operated Sweetgrass, is Marker 244s chef.
''We think we have the trifecta. An amazing location, a great attitude toward our guests, and Penn in the back bringing a fine dining experience will check all three of those boxes.''