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Charleston Dining


185 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 577-7771
Magnolia's writes...
Charleston's most popular restaurant is located at the site of the city's original Customs House (circa 1739). Magnolia's setting is a blend of historic charm & contemporary excitement. The uptown American cuisine with the down south flavor offers a wide variety of your favorite menu items only as Chef Donald Barickman and his associate chefs can prepare them.

Slightly North of Broad

192 East Bay St.
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 723-3424
Slightly North of Broad writes...
Award-winning Chef Frank Lee starts with the Carolina Low Country's rich resources, then adds his own special blend of flavors from Charleston's multicultural heritage. They specialize in seafood, game, vegetarian dishes and other regional favorites plus wines from acclaimed and international producers. This classic Maverick restaurant has become a top choice for locals as well as visitors.

High Cotton

199 East Bay St.
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 724-3815
High Cotton writes...
Welcome to pure Charleston. Our menu is hearty and southern, featuring regional favorites, steak, game and fresh seafood, all prepared with the famous Maverick artistry. We're also known for our award-winning wine list and irresistible desserts. Don't miss the High Cotton bar with live music nightly and Sunday brunch.


171 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 722-9200
Blossom writes...
Blossom features seafood with a southern accent utilizing the finest regional produce. From simply prepared fried shrimp to seared tuna & house-made raviolis, Executive Chef Randy Williams' cuisine offers a wide variety of seafood selections. Guests may choose to dine inside the dining room & view the exhibition kitchen or opt for a meal in the charming walled courtyard. Blossom recently celebrated its 10th anniversary with an extensive renovation project expanding the exhibition style kitchen to accommodate the menu innovations. Just steps from the Charleston harbor, Blossom is the perfect spot for sumptuous seafood. The casual yet high-energy atmosphere is complemented by a newly added dining area over looking East Bay Street.


2 Unity Alley
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 577-0025
McCrady's writes...
Progressive American Cuisine with a Southern flair, dazzling flavors, exceptional wines & unparalleled service are what you will find at McCrady's where Chef Sean Brock blends progressive American cuisine & modern culinary technique while giving respect to the highest quality & freshest ingredients. The comfortable, richly detailed & visually sensuous space is positioned in Charleston's first tavern built in 1771. This National Historic Landmark is located in the heart of the historic French Quarter District in downtown Charleston.

Cypress - A Lowcountry Grille

167 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 727-0111
Cypress - A Lowcountry Grille writes...
Chef Donald Barickman & Hospitality Management Group present their newest venture, Cypress Lowcountry Grille, located in the heart of Charleston's historic district & featuring fresh interpretations of classic Lowcountry Cuisine. Chef Barickman & Executive Chef Craig Deihl have created a menu highlighting the rich bounty of Lowcountry from the waters to the farmlands. An authentic wood-burning grill, a prominent feature of the open kitchen, influences the cuisine & adds flavor to the meats, fish & vegetable dishes. Tableside presentations & made-to-order dessert soufflés add a dramatic touch to the Cypress experience. The historic building, circa 1834, has been transformed into a modern, elegantly chic interior while retaining such historic architectural details as exposed brick walls & soaring ceilings. Cypress demonstrates its commitment to the enjoyment & appreciation of fine wines with it's stunning 21?by 21?wine wall housing over 4,000 bottles from all over the world.

The Boathouse at Breach Inlet

101 Palm Boulevard
Isle of Palms, SC 29451
Phone: (843) 886-8000
The Boathouse at Breach Inlet writes...
This waterfront local is historically know as the actual launching site of our country's first submarine, the H.L. Hunley. Poised as the breach between the Intercoastal Waterway & the Atlantic, you can enjoy a meal amongst the spectacular sunset views and balmy ocean breezes of the Isle of Palms. Come early and have a cocktail at the Rooftop Bar while enjoying live music before dining.

Charleston Grill

224 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: (843) 577-4522
Charleston Grill writes...
The Charleston Grill offers Contemporary Lowcountry cuisine featuring fresh local produce, seafood & game, prepared with a French accent. Emphasis is placed on the quality of the ingredients, unique presentations & sophisticated textures. Local ingredients include rabbit, oysters, crabmeat, shrimp, fish, duck, greens & grains. Paneled walls, herringbone floors, softly padded carver chairs & local folk art blend with live jazz of The Frank Duvall Jazz Trio to create an elegant, but casual setting. The private Vintner's Room features walls of glass-fronted wine cellars showcasing the impressive stock of vintages from around the world. The enclosed outdoor courtyard provides a lush oasis for romantic dining on balmy southern nights.


207 S. Main St.
Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 232-7007
Soby's writes...
Soby's New South Cuisine is an eclectic blend of Contemporary Continental cuisine infused with traditional Southern ingredients, transforming old favorite into something fresh and new. The restaurant is located in the heart of downtown Greenville, in a renovated cotton mill built in the 1800s. The atmosphere is warm and energetic and the staff is well-trained to provide a fantastic dining experience for all of our guests. In addition, the wine list offers more than 500 selections and is a Wine Spectator Magazine award-winner for the past eight years, a 'Best of Award of Excellence' the past two.

Rick Erwin's West End Grill

648 South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: (864) 232-8999
Rick Erwin's West End Grill writes...
Located in Greenville's historic West End district, Rick Erwin's West End Grille is a traditional American steak and seafood house that takes fine dining to new levels. With a stylish bar, cozy wine cellar, and inviting dining room bathed in rich, dark woods, Rick Erwin's boasts an atmosphere infused with ambiance and complemented by an extensive contemporary menu and fine wine list. At the same time, intimate and striking, sophisticated and comfortable. A private glass-encased dining room seats 24 and is adjacent to an elegant wine cellar with a vast selection of fine wines. Atop the restaurant is a private 1,400 square-foot loft apartment available for private dinners and special events. A passion for exquisite food and exceptional service inspired Rick Erwin, a Greenville native, to open Rick Erwin's West End Grille. We recognize the most important part of our restaurant is supremely satisfied guests. Our commitment is a memorable, outstanding dining experience for every guest.