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Fig was one of the restaurants that made people take Charleston's food scene seriously over two decades ago. Like pretty much every classic place in town, this neighborhood bistro uses seasonal and local ingredients in a menu that always changes. You’ll eat things like a smooth chicken liver pate that could be mistaken for foie gras and a hearty plate of ricotta gnocchi alla bolognese. For your main course, make sure that at least one of the fish dishes is on your table—perhaps the steamed b-liner snapper—as Fig sources the best from local purveyors like Abundant Seafood.

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