Charleston Restaurants

Cramers Cuisine Popup @ The Daily

Address: 652 B King St, Charleston, SC 29403
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Join us for a fun evening t the Daily! The menu will be focused on seasonal items as we transition into the colder weather. Expect warmer dishes ( butternut squash ravioli) but also lots of seasonal light bites (tuna crudo with fried rosemary and toasted pine nuts) . Wine and Beer will be available for purchase, and a pre-fix menu will be featured with the ability to select items from each section of the menu! See you all soon!

Cramers Cuisine

Address: 300 Seaport Ln, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

Q on Bay

Address: 822 Bay St, Beaufort, SC 29902

Baps and Babe wine bar

Address: 1935 N U.S. Hwy 52, Moncks Corner, SC 29461

Atlantis Restaurant & Lounge

Address: 484 N U.S. Hwy 52 #110, Moncks Corner, SC 29461

Gaulart & Maliclet Fast and French Inc.

Address: 98 Broad St, Charleston, SC 11222

Sambar Indian Kitchen

Address: 1130 Folly Rd, Charleston, SC 29412

McCrady's

Address: 2 Unit Alley, Charleston, SC 29401
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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.

Cypress

Address: 167 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
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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.

Magnolias

Address: 185 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
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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.