Good restaurant along East Bay Street in Charleston. Good seafood, especially the Mahi.
The food and the service were outstanding.
Had a wonderful and delicious time at Blossom's - the service was wonderful and it was difficult to decide which seafood option to choose - you can't go wrong with any of the entrees at Blossom's
Always one of our favorites when we visit Charleston. We love their twist on classic southern foods.
Cooper was our waiter and he did a fabulous job. He was extremely personable, friendly, and engaging. We were very impressed by this young man. Thank him for us please.
Blossom used to be stellar but is now "just okay." The ambiance is what needs the most improvement. When you first walk in, you feel like it's a cozy, intimate place, and then suddenly, they shuffle you into the large backroom where the tables are packed together like sardines and the lighting is far too bright.
The food is decent, but it doesn't really match the price. After going several times, I can now see that the menu is relatively uninspired.
They get major props, though, for greeting us with a glass of complimentary champagne since we were celebrating a birthday.
We had a very nice meal at Blossom including appetizers, entrees and dessert. The restaurant was packed due to the SEWE crowd in town so the noise level was pretty high. Otherwise, we had a very nice time.
We went for a belated Valentines dinner and loved it. We live in Charleston but it was our first time going to Blossum but it won't be our laser t!!! The food was delicious, I had the blackened catfish and my husband had swordfish both were great. My compliments to the chef! Service was very good. It was very busy but servers were attentive and very friendly. Noise level was high but I chalk that up to happy people. Thank you for a great dinner!!
Good food but Very, very loud...so much so, it took away from the dinner
We had a group of nine. Service was top notch. Selection was great and easily satisfied everyone’s preference