The Press

Voted Best New Restaurant 2011 by Elegant Island Living Magazine
Palmer’s Village Cafe was voted Best New Restaurant 2011 in the July issue of Elegant Island Living Magazine.

PVC gets National Press in two publications!

Taste of Travel
…. take a break at Palmer’s, the newest breakfast and lunch eatery, a must-stop for visitors who want to experience a taste of the south. Try the Southern poached eggs with collard greens accompanied by a ham and buttermilk biscuit topped with pot licker gravy, or Mary’s chicken salad sandwich with the hollowed Hoagie filled with ricotta cheese and sun dried tomato chicken salad. Hey, even the Texas-cut French toast stuffed with a strawberry cream will more than satisfy the ficklest of foodies.

Read more: Taste of Travel: Reigned in by the King and Prince Resort – Marblehead, MA – Marblehead

The Examiner
… then there’s Palmer’s Village Cafe, the newest spot in town for breakfast and lunch, where Chef John Belechak serves southern specialties that will tempt you to return over and over again

Spring Media Tour visits Palmer’s Village Cafe!

PVC had a visit this week from 17 writers and bloggers in the travel and tourism biz. We were thrilled to have the opportunity to host writers from Better Homes and Garden, Several ‘foodie’ bloggers and travel and tourism writers from all over the country.

Palmer’s Village Cafe is featured on this video for the Taste of Glynn a charity event held at the King and Prince on Sunday, March 27th, 2011 to benefit the Amity House Charity. Chef John Belechak and owner Palmer Fortune discussed their plans for the event and the philosophy behind their restaurant’s success.For more information on the event visit

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