Charleston Restaurants

10 8 Charleston Grill

Address: 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. Learn More »

10 8 McCrady's

Address: 2 Unit Alley, Charleston, SC 29401
Dazzling flavors, exceptional wines and unparalleled service in a comfortable, richly detailed and visually sensuous space inspired by Charleston's most evocative architecture. Chef Michael Kramer blends contemporary French-American cuisine and classic culinary technique with a modern-day style and presentation. A National Historic Landmark, McCrady's is located in the heart of the historic French Quarter District in Charleston's first tavern, built in 1778. Learn More »

10 8 Oak Steakhouse

Address: 17 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
A perfect blend of the aesthetic and structural in food presentation and situational ambiance, Oak Steakhouse breathes new life into more than just the Charleston dining scene. In a city that has become recognized internationally as a culinary destination point, Oak is a dining experience that is comfortably familiar, yet unlike any other. Learn More »

10 8 Tristan

Address: 55 Market Street, Charleston, SC 29401
The sophisticated setting, warm welcome and stunning menu are making this Market Street venue a destination for dinner, drinks and more. Chef Ciaran Duffy creates fresh new flavor combinations with classic French flair. Tristan offers it's customers an extensive wine list in which to choose. Learn More »

10 8 Slightly North of Broad

Address: 192 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Editor's Pick
The rich resources of the Lowcountry, enhanced by a multicultural flavoring is what Maverick Southern cooking is all about. Located in a 19th century brick warehouse-the kitchen at Slightly North of Broad is open and in full view of the dining room, making the sights, sounds and scents of food preparation an integral part of the dining experience. Learn More »

10 8 High Cotton

Address: 199 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
High Cotton, like the phrase, is first class, high spirited, livin' large. The food is straightforward, virile and robust. Red meat, game, fresh fish. Familiar, irriesistible desserts. This is the top of the food chain in quality and preparation. You'll find this place has a soul as old as a lowcountry oak. Learn More »

10 8 Anson Restaurant

Address: 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. Learn More »

10 8 82 Queen

Address: 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. Learn More »

10 8 Blossom

Address: 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. Learn More »

10 8 Magnolias

Address: 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. Learn More »