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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
Coleman Public House, a Mount Pleasant neighborhood haunt since 2010, features upscale-casual cuisine and a tap room devoted to always-rotating selections of the finest ale from the region and beyond! Designed in the public house tradition, CPH’s chef-driven menu honors the tradition of simple food made well, with standard menu items like flatbreads and burgers, along with house specialties including Shrimp & Grits, Asian Glazed Ribs, and Steak Frites. Stop by this local favorite for well-crafted food along with an enticing tap and bottle list designed to highlight the complexity and drinkability of the best of local, regional, and international beers.
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
Halls Chophouse Nexton, located on Nexton Square Parkway, offers wet and dry-aged USDA Prime and Choice Beef as well as locally-sourced fish, poultry, vegetarian and gluten-free options, the Halls Chophouse Nexton menu features expertly-crafted dishes that highlight the essence of culinary creativity and distinguished flavor.Visit
Maybank Public House, established in 2015, brought the award-winning success of Mt. Pleasant’s Coleman Public House to James Island. MPH features 18 rotating taps along with craft cocktails on tap and a wide array of wines by the glass. With an extensive tap room, dining room, and an outside biergarten, MPH is the spot for lunch, brunch, dinner, and late night eats. Their chef-driven menu honors the tradition of simple food made well, with standard menu items like flatbreads and burgers, along with house specialties including Shrimp & Grits, Asian Glazed Ribs, and Steak Frites, all available until 12:30am seven days a week. Stop by this local favorite for well-crafted food along with an enticing tap and bottle list designed to highlight the complexity and drinkability of the best of local, regional, and international beers.Visit
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.
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