Fresh Local Shrimp

Hudson’s is the only restaurant on Hilton Head Island that has a working fleet of shrimp boats. Jeff and Skip Toomer are third generation shrimpers, and they dock at the restaurant to deliver the freshest locally caught shrimp. You might be lucky and see the process as you dine on the dock. Our local shrimp are sweet-tasting, succulent, and delicious. A good catch will bring in a haul of over a 1,000 pounds of shrimp.

There are two seasons for white shrimp. The first, is the roe shrimp season which usually occurs in May or June. The fall white shrimp season typically produces the largest catch. These shrimp are the offspring of the spring spawn. This season usually begins in August and peaks in September and October. The season usually lasts through December and sometimes into January. They are great for shrimp boils, like our Lowcounrty Boil, and other preparations where they can soak in the flavors but we also prepare them fried, pan sautéed, steamed, broiled, and blackened.

Whether it be our oysters, crab, fish, or local shrimp; we’re famous for fresh, local seafood for a reason.

Click the video to learn about our shrimping process with Brad Leone