This sophisticated Southern dining spot blends the comforts of a traditional Southern kitchen with familiar regional dishes prepared with the utmost care for quality and flavor. The menu incorporates local fresh ingredients and old family recipes to bring you Southern cooking, Lowcountry style.
***OUR PATIO IS NOW "OPEN AIR" AND, THEREFORE A WEATHER-PERMITTING DINING AREA***Located just over the bridge from Isle of Palms, within The Shoppes at Seaside Farms, Crave proudly serves superb dining and classic cocktails to Mount Pleasant residents & low-country visitors.We are proud members of Fresh On The Menu, a certified SC grown initiative with a heavy focus on locally-produced products. Our Chef is extremely sensitive to dietary restrictions and sensitivities, resulting in over 20% of our menu being able to accommodate guest allergies and food sensitivities.
Well Hung Vineyard was started in 2008 by three women in Virginia! “Well Hung” is a well known term within the wine industry for robust grapes hanging low. Well Hung Vineyard’s wine is sourced from California, Washington & Oregon. Five of our twelve wines have won medals in the last few months. Our Petit Verdot won best in class, out of 200 wineries a few months ago.Come by and try out our amazing food, wines and cocktail selection from the beauty of our second floor patio, our grand second floor dinning room, or our white oak bar!
Tavern & Table is the dream child of Cecil & Dianne Crowley, Andy Palmer & Jeff Condon. After years of working together on various successful restaurant concepts, they wanted to bring together the very best aspects of fine dining and casual hospitality in a beautiful and comfortable setting. Tavern & Table is more than a restaurant, it was created to be a gathering place where people sit in comfort and share small plates for the table or enjoy a hearty meal. The bartenders know the fine art of cocktail making and their interest in flavor and presentation comes alive in not only in the food but in barrel aged cocktails that are created in-house.
The Swamp Fox Restaurant and Bar, named for Revolutionary War hero, General Francis Marion, features classic Southern cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Executive Chef Heyward Davis and Chef De Cuisine Daniel James create regional specialties that emphasize farm to table practices using locally grown fruits and vegetables with respect to the traditional beloved flavors and techniques of the Lowcountry.Known for its award-winning Shrimp and Grits, The Swamp Fox Restaurant and Bar overlooks historic Marion Square Park and is popular with both locals and visitors to Charleston. Guests can enjoy live piano Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm - 9pm.The restaurant also has a private dining room, the Parkview, that seats thirty and overlooks King Street and Marion Square Park. This intimate space is perfect for private events and small parties.Masks are recommended for fully vaccinated customers. Consistent with CDC guidelines, unvaccinated customers should wear masks.
eliza’s bar+kitchen mirrors its hotel counterpart in inspiration, elevation and unique ambiance. Immerse yourself in Lowcountry cuisine with a twist, indulge in uniquely crafted cocktails and relax in the brand new restaurant’s inviting atmosphere. The bar features indoor and outdoor service, allowing you to set the mood indoors for an intimate dining experience outside by our resort-style pool. Our restaurant works with area farmers and purveyors, incorporating local seafood, vegetables, dairy, honey and other ingredients into the menus at the upscale hotel’s restaurant, room service and catering. We are pleased to invite you to experience the newest restaurant in Charleston’s culinary scene.
Would you like to combine Charleston’s two biggest passions, food and history? Come to the Historic Charleston Supper Club. Located in the National Historic Landmark, the South Carolina Historical Society’s Fireproof Building in the heart of Charleston’s historic district. We offer two distinct 18th and 19th century dining experiences, with all food authentic to the times. In the evenings, indulge in a 7 course, two and a half hour feast that explores Charleston history from Colonial times to Reconstruction and beyond. During the daytime, try the Colonial Tavern Table. An 18th century Publick House experience where you get to EAT LIKE A PIRATE. All experiences include a historical presentation by Culinary Historian Mike Hebb and a free visit to the South Carolina Historical Society Museum.
Coastal Provisions offers upscale yet resort casual dining to the Charleston area public and resort guests. Menus change seasonally, allowing us to capture the freshest ingredients of the moment. Proud partner of the South Carolina Aquarium's Good Catch program.Important Note: All reservations are held inside as outdoor seating is weather permitting. Comments specifying seating preference are honored if, and when available. In an effort to accommodate as many outside requests as possible, we offer our outdoor seating mainly on a first come, first served basis. Please contact the restaurant directly for additional details or confirmations.