484 N U.S. Hwy 52 #110, Moncks Corner, SC 29461
185 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
From its prestigious location in Charleston’s historic district to it's dynamic Southern cuisine, Magnolias combines old world charm with contemporary excitement. Chefs Donald Barickman and Don Drake are recognized as pioneers in the creative use of the lowcountry’s bounty.
167 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Cypress cuisine is classic American featuring fresh local and regional ingredients accented with an Asian flair. Chef Deihl and his associates create simple yet elegant fare with retro style, incorporating wood grilled steaks, fish, shellfish and tableside preparations.
224 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Just in from the buzz on King Street, a green marble floor leads us to a warmly lit space of comfort and ease...to rooms of dark wood, sumptuous aromas, the smooth backbeat of live jazz.
171 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Blossom features seafood with southern accent utilizing the finest regional produce. From simply prepared fried shrimp to seared tuna and housemade crab raviolis, Executive Chef Aaron Siegel's cuisine offers a wide variety of seafood selections. Guests may choose to dine inside the dining room and view the exhibition kitchen or opt for a meal in the charming walled courtyard.
82 Queen Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Like the French countryside that turned "people food" into upscale elegance, 82 Queen has concentrated on the Lowcountry cuisine of the Carolinas. Influenced by Cajun, French, Spanish, Mexican and Angle-Saxon tastes, the table set in Charleston has, in its own way, the distinction usually reserved in this country for places like San Francisco and New Orleans.
12 Anson Street, Charleston, SC 29401
$$ Editor's Pick
Southern architecture, elegant interior decor and gracious hospitality...Anson's cuisine and ambiance reflect worldly sophistication and Lowcountry lifestyle. A fabulous menu featuring - Shrimp and Grits, Lowcountry Seafood and Chops, using ingredients available daily from Charleston's fishing fleet and local farms.