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Widely known simply as “Rue”, this Downtown eatery has been abuzz since it opened its doors. Inspired by the style of classic French Brasseries, the impeccable flavor and European design lend an air of sophisticated comfort. Rue’s menu incorporates classic French staples with contemporary fare. Sample mussels in your choice of six different preparations followed by Steak Au Poivre, or savor Charleston’s favorite burger, ground in-house and served alongside hand-cut pommes frites. A dining destination for both leisurely lunches and lively dinners, 39 Rue de Jean has become a favorite meeting spot for both locals and visitors. Experience a taste of Paris in Downtown Charleston.Visit
Recognized as an American classic by numerous media outlets and publications, Bowens Island restaurant has been serving the best seafood since 1946. A recipient of the prestigious James Beard Award and ranked #4 in Best Seafood Restaurants by USA today, you won’t have to travel far for casual low country dining and good fellowship at its best. Famous for its legendary locally harvested, roasted oysters and lightly battered shrimp, locals and travelers alike will find themselves immersed in a panoramic view of rivers, abundant wildlife and spectacular sunsets. A simple place with traditional fare and an unforgettable ambiance, come and join Bowens Island Restaurant - an island, a restaurant, a state of mind. Visit
COAST serves up Charleston’s freshest seafood with laid back Lowcountry style. Established in 2002, and housed in what was originally an indigo warehouse, this Charleston fish house redefines “fresh” from the menu to the decor. COAST features 40-ft ceilings, rustic tin roofs, and paintings from around the world, creating an atmosphere reminiscent of an eclectic beach bar. COAST’s chefs meet daily with local farmers and fishermen to procure the freshest seafood and produce in the Lowcountry. At the heart of the restaurant is the hickory and oak custom made wood burning grill, a preparation you will only find at COAST.Visit
Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen is a tribute to Florence Powell, the Great Grandmother of Jonathan and Patrick Kish of 82 Queen Restaurant, established in 1982. Florence Moseley was born in 1908 in Charleston, South Carolina. She worked at The American Tobacco Company’s Cigar Factory, where she met and married the plant manager, Jesse Powell. They enjoyed their life in the Lowcountry - crabbing, fishing, visiting the Limehouse Farmers Market on Wappoo Road, and creating delicious home-cooked southern meals. They passed their recipes down to their granddaughter, Tyler Kish, wife to Steve Kish, chef-owner of 82 Queen. Florence and Jesse’s favorite dishes to cook were Crab, Shrimp, Fish, and Fried Chicken & Waffles. Every holiday, Florence would make her famous Granny's Punch. Visit
The Darling Oyster Bar is a full-service casual restaurant featuring fresh seafood and hand-crafted ingredients. Housed in a lovingly restored, 115-year old King Street storefront, The Darling is anchored by an exciting, 14-seat raw bar it features a reasonably priced menu, full cocktail program, semi-private event space and more. The Darling is welcoming of all palates, with several non-seafood options available daily.Visit
A Grand Charleston Club Reorganized - again. Victor Social Club was a gentlemen-only meeting place for all sorts back in the day. Today, we pay homage to the legend, serving classic cocktails, ice cold beers and an extensive wine list. Like most club life established in the eighteenth-century, Victor Social Club is based strongly on Charleston foundations of leisure and community.Visit