Robert Irvine's Top Places to Eat in South Carolina
Restaurant: Impossible star Robert Irvine tells Food Network Magazine what to eat in South Carolina low country.
©Mark Peterson 2009
Robert Irvine's Hilton Head Eats
Osso Buco Milanese From Michael Anthony's Cucina Italiana
Award-Winning Baby Back Ribs From One Hot Mama's American Grille
There's no shortage of good ribs in low country, but Robert says these are the best. They're rubbed with 16 herbs and spices and roasted for up to 4 hours before they hit the grill. Robert especially likes the side of warm barbecue sauce. "That's the secret!" he says. "If I go anywhere else, there's never enough bloody sauce!" 37 New Orleans Rd.