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39 Rue de Jean

39 Rue de Jean

39 John Street, Charleston, SC 29403

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.

82 Queen

82 Queen

82 Queen Street, Charleston, SC 29401

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.

Bistro A Vin

Bistro A Vin

40 Archdale Street (Corner of Market and Archdale), Charleston, SC 29401

Not just a wine bar…Bistro A Vin is located in the quiet corner of Archdale and Market Street. Cozy, sleek, and set in a 1800s building, it has a “home sweet home” feel with brick walls, polished wood floors and tables, a comfortable bar with seating all along and a quiet outdoor patio.

Cafe Framboise

Cafe Framboise

159 Market Street, Charleston, SC 29401

At Cafe Framboise, we offers a tranquil, modern environment where patrons can enjoy our baked on-site, sweet and savory crêpes, quiches, salads, sandwiches on baguette, croissants, egg sandwiches, exquisite French pastries and more. We only use the freshest ingredients for our goods, like locally farmed eggs, cream, and Belgian chocolate, without using any box-mix or preservatives. Offering hot and cold coffee selections, we use a local roaster who truly knows the definition of quality coffee. Cafe Framboise is the perfect place to meet a friend for coffee or sit down and relax while enjoying our tasty treats.

Classic on King

Classic on King

541 King Street, Charleston, SC 29402

Classic on King is locally owned and located on upper King Street. Chef John Boulanger offers traditional French bistro cuisine with a modern twist. All of our ingredients are fresh and locally sourced. With craft & local beer, creative cocktails, and a variety of bourbon and wine, we’re sure to have something for everyone. Our friendly staff and gorgeous patio are ready to offer the perfect setting for a private event, bachelor/bachelorette party, date night, or casual hang out. Come by and check us out! Cheers!

Fat Hen

Fat Hen

3140 Maybank Highway, Johns Island, SC 29455

Owned and operated by nationally acclaimed Chef Fred Neuville and his wife Joan, Fat Hen is located in the heart of the Johns Island farming community, minutes from downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Accompanied by a grand variety of local, regional and national wines and beverages, Fat Hen serves dinner and Sunday brunch in a casual and comfortable atmosphere. Featured On: Food Network Chopped, Travel Channel Brunchnado, P Allen Smith Show, Headline News farm to Table, World Fishing Network, Low Country Live and Low Country Eats with Josh Mathers.

Good Food Catering

Good Food Catering

17 Lockwood Drive, Charleston, SC 29401

Good Food. Great Service. Spectacular Venues. Every great celebration begins with good food. From the creators of acclaimed restaurants 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, and Virginia’s on King, comes Good Food Catering. We offer fine catered cuisine, with restaurant quality style and service, in a variety of settings. Each menu is customized to your individual palate with innovative selections ranging from French and Asian flavors to classic Charleston recipes and everything in between. Invite our experienced team to tailor your event at our exclusive waterfront venue, The Historic Rice Mill, or any other Charleston venue. A proud part of Holy City Hospitality, visit our gallery online at goodfoodcatering.net or Venue Website historicricemill.net

Goulette Rotisserie and Grill

Goulette Rotisserie and Grill

210 Rutledge Avenue, Charleston, SC 29403

Goulette takes a classical approach to casual cuisine. Known for its duck fat pommes frites and rotisserie chicken (the latter of which you might want to reserve, as it sometimes sells out) and opened by the former owner of La Fourchette, it’s a neighborhood-style rotisserie that’s laid-back and makes you feel at home.

NICO | Oysters + Seafood

NICO | Oysters + Seafood

201 Coleman Boulevard, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

NICO is an upbeat restaurant and oyster bar serving French cuisine carefully prepared in a wood-fired oven. With ingredients sourced from the waters of the Lowcountry and a curated selection of the country’s most coveted raw oysters, French Master Chef Nico Romo offers a fresh take on seafood for Charleston’s iconic Shem Creek. NICO offers outdoor dining year round that is enclosed and heated during the winter months. Valet parking is available.

Purlieu

Purlieu

237 Fishburne Street, Charleston, SC 29403

A welcoming neighborhood bistro and eatery Purlieu pulls inspiration from both traditional European cooking and from the culinary traditions of the Lowcountry. Situated on the edge of Charleston’s Westside neighborhood, the name “Purlieu” pays homage to both the French definition – “a piece of land on the edge of a forest,” as well as the Lowcountry dish, pilau, pronounced “per-loo” in Gullah culture. The rotating menus highlight seasonally dishes and flavors and are paired with a curated list of French wines.

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