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Nestled in downtown Charleston’s historic French Quarter for over 31 years, 82 Queen is known for its gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine. Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, the restaurant is spread throughout three buildings with eleven quaint dining areas including an 1800’s style courtyard featuring a mammoth Magnolia tree. Executive Chef Steven Stone cooks up traditional Lowcountry Cuisine from the award-winning She Crab Soup to the famous BBQ Shrimp-n-Grits while adding a modern flare to the menu. These dishes are paired perfectly with an awarding winning wine program focusing on a diverse selection of wineries. Consistently called on as a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike, this 300-year-old address represents both the history and the cuisine of the Lowcountry.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
Southern Living Magazine named the Charleston Crab Shack “One of the 10 Best Seafood Spots in South Carolina." We offer overflowing buckets of fresh, local seafood, smiling faces, and cheap to boot! The Crab Shacks have the best fried fish, succulent crab legs and big baskets of shrimp. Come on in and roll up your sleeves for one shell of a good deal! Serving lunch and dinner daily. Three Crab Shacks locations: Coosaw Creek, Folly Beach and West Ashley. Visit
Southern Living Magazine named the Charleston Crab Shack “One of the 10 Best Seafood Spots in South Carolina." We offer overflowing buckets of fresh, local seafood, smiling faces, and cheap to boot! The Crab Shacks have the best fried fish, succulent crab legs and big baskets of shrimp. Come on in and roll up your sleeves for one shell of a good deal! Serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Three Crab Shacks locations: Coosaw Creek, Folly Beach and West Ashley. Visit
Southern Living Magazine named the Charleston Crab Shack “One of the 10 Best Seafood Spots in South Carolina." We offer overflowing buckets of fresh, local seafood, smiling faces, and cheap to boot! The Crab Shacks have the best fried fish, succulent crab legs and big baskets of shrimp. Come on in and roll up your sleeves for one shell of a good deal! Serving lunch and dinner daily. Three Crab Shacks locations: Coosaw Creek, Folly Beach and West Ashley.Visit
Cru Café - Located at 18 Pinckney Street, in a classic 18th century Charleston single-style home, Cru Café offers the best in upscale comfort food. Guests of the restaurant enjoy indoor and outdoor porch seating; gourmet comfort food; a wine list tailored to the varied menu; and rich, satisfying desserts.Visit
Halls Chophouse presents delicious cuisine in an energetic, visually striking environment. The restaurant features exposed brick walls, leather banquettes and warm lighting true to old-world traditional steakhouses. The 160-seat chophouse is situated on two rustic floors with tables and banquettes available for general dining. The first floor also offers a 16-seat antique African mahogany bar and a lounge, while a hardwood stairway to the second floor reveals a masterful 350-bottle wine rack, hallway bar and a private dining room. Complemented by superior service and a knowledgeable staff, Halls Chophouse offers the community of Charleston a sophisticated, quality cuisine. Halls Chophouse is a "Classic American Steakhouse" located in historic downtown Charleston.Visit
Henry’s is centrally located in historic downtown Charleston at 54 North Market Street, across from the Charleston city market. Established in 1932, Henry’s is the oldest continuous restaurant in Charleston and the state of South Carolina.
From 1932 through the 1960’s, Henry’s house was the only place to be in Charleston. “henry’s: famous for seafood” and “In Charleston, it’s henry’s for food” was branded on every menu, postcard, and matchbook in town. The restaurant has undergone many changes throughout the years, and this newest incarnation offers an authentic Lowcountry menu with a modern flair: shrimp and grits, she-crab soup, Carolina cannonballs, and a few twists on the classics. Superb cocktails and desserts compliment your meal perfectly whether seated in our main dining room or enjoying our traditional southern porch and rooftop deck.
Henry’s offers the best of Charleston: a historic, eclectic restaurant and bar featuring live music, a beautiful southern porch and rooftop deck, an exclusive dance lounge, and a classic speakeasy bar. Since 1932, Henry’s is still the place to be. We promise, once you enter our door, you won’t want to leave!
A hidden garden courtyard illuminated by flickering carriage lanterns provides the enchanting entry to Peninsula Grill, Charleston’s most romantic dining experience. Offering refined American cuisine with a hint of a Southern accent, the swank & service of a 1940s supper club, and an aesthetically stunning yet unpretentious dining room, Peninsula Grill earned a Best New U.S. Restaurant nod from Esquire magazine upon its opening and has since become one of the South’s most beloved restaurants. And no dinner at Peninsula Grill is complete without tasting the famous 12-layer Ultimate Coconut Cake®, called a “slice of heaven” by The New York Times.
An establishment with a tip the hat-- namely, Capone’s fedora-- to the age of Fitzgerald, flappers, the speakeasy and ragtime kids. We’ve captured the essence of an era when the American Dream flowed as freely as the bathtub gin, when Charleston and its rag were the song and dance of the day. This venue brings the swing back to King Street and downtown Charleston.Visit
The Swamp Fox Restaurant and Bar, named for Revolutionary War hero, General Francis Marion, features classic Southern cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Executive Chef Heyward Davis and Chef De Cuisine Daniel James create regional specialties.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
The Washout on Folly Beach is your place to relax and get in the Folly frame of mind. A huge patio, tons of tvs and a menu with everything from burgers and wings to kebobs and fried seafood; it’s all at The Washout.Visit
Centrally located on Coleman Blvd with private parking, our complete renovation of a historic landmark in Mt. Pleasant offers an inviting and relaxing atmosphere. Come relax with your friends on our outside patio with sectional sofa and fire pit, enjoy views of the Ravenel bridge and our grand oaks, while listening to our great Spotify music playlists. The food is outstanding, featuring seafood and steak creations that will simply amaze you, such as the Surf and Surf, with lobster, crab, scallops and shrimp. Our cocktails are simple, yet elegant. We put a great deal of care into their ingredients, from a choice of spirits, the squeezing of juices, the recipes for our mixers or the ice that goes in the glass.Visit
Good old-fashioned Italian American fare, celebrating domestic ingredients, handmade pastas, rich homemade sauces and a full-service bar. Vincent Chicco’s boasts sophisticated comfortable surroundings offering dinner nightly with a private banquet room to host up to 100 guests. Step back in time and enjoy classic flavors that were founded in our country. Visit
A collection of family recipes and Southern cooking traditions, this Lowcountry dining spot specializes in upscale Southern cuisine prepared with the freshest, local ingredients. The classic Charleston influenced interior and the aromas of home cooking inspire all of the comforts of a traditional Southern kitchen. At the heart of Virginia’s you will find gracious hospitality along with all of the flavors of the Lowcountry, from Shrimp & Grits, to Fried Chicken and Collard Greens.Visit