The Darling Oyster Bar is known for being one of the most beautiful restaurants in the city and for serving a very over-the-top Bloody Mary. This spot on King Street has lots of exposed brick and white tile, as well as a huge bar that’s great for a quick drink or eating your weight in seafood. Come for dinner with friends, split the ceviche and some oysters, and finish with the fried shrimp basket and poutine-style chowder over fries. If you opt for brunch instead, the Bloody Mary comes with shrimp, hushpuppies, a king crab leg, and a lobster claw all sticking out the top. This is either insane or genius, but either way we’re into it.
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Kudu Coffee and Craft Beer in Radcliffeborough roasts their beans on-site, has 20+ beers on tap, and a great backyard patio to enjoy either on.
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Henrietta’s At The Dewberry
Located in Mazyck-Wraggborough, Henrietta’s at The Dewberry serves fancy French bistro food, including a glazed lobster omelet and a great burger.
Poogan’s Porch is located inside a century old Victorian house and is known for their Lowcountry brunch dishes, like pimento cheese fritters.
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit on King Street serves their famous biscuits and custom sandwiches all-day long, including until 2am on the weekends.
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Husk serves refined Southern food and is the best known restaurant in Charleston. If you can't get a table, head next door to the Bar at Husk instead.
Lewis Barbecue in NoMo is where to go for Texas-style barbecue, like brisket and smoked sausage, along with cocktail pitchers and a big backyard.
The Obstinate Daughter
The Obstinate Daughter is where we go on Sullivan’s Island for pizza, pasta, and shrimp rolls before or after a trip to the beach.
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