How Pepper's Porch Came to Be
More than 50 years ago, Lonnie Mulligan constructed a drying barn in Bluffton. It was build from old timber and antique tin brought over from Savannah and it was fondly called "The Deer Tongue Building". The barn served one purpose.. drying deer tongue, a native herb used as a filler for tobacco scents and tea. Through the years the barn was moved a least five times. It finally landed near the center of the town of Bluffton South Carolina and soon became the site for commercial ventures and social events, including a town Christmas Party with dancing, barbeque and seasonal fun.
Robert Vaux and Nick Marcsher acquired the barn in 1999 with the vision to create a Low country restaurant. It was restored in accordance with guidelines for the restoration of historic building and was the recipient of the prestigious Caldwell Award by Bluffton Historical Society.
And Pepper's Porch was born...
Dinning Room Hours:
11:00 - 10:00pm Monday thru Saturday
12:00 - 9:00pm Sundays
Back Bar Hours:
3:00pm until ??? Monday thru Saturday Sunday Sunday 1:00-?
Noon until ??? Sunday
* HAPPY HOUR! Specials Daily! *