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Been dining at the Cafe since 1999...it's our favorite spot in Charleston...the She Crab Soup is divine...entirely appropriate for dessert...very fresh food, the subtle and simple elegance of the low country...excellent atmosphere for conversation and quiet, leisurely dining...sophisticated service... MoreOpenTable Diner -
Zero George has a wonderful intimate atmosphere. When researching we found that zero George was run by and award-winning chef . The food was unique inventive and delicious . As I travel for frequently business and take clients out ofter, I found this to be among one of top in the country. Yet this meal was extra special as it was attended by my 82-year-old mother my wonderful wife in my step father MoreOpenTable Diner -
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NICO is an upbeat oyster bar serving French cuisine carefully prepared in a wood-fired oven. With ingredients sourced from the waters of the Lowcountry and a curated selection of the country’s most coveted raw oysters, French Master Chef, Nico Romo offers a fresh take on seafood for Charleston's iconic Shem Creek.More
SOL Southwest Kitchen is a family-friendly establishment featuring indoor & outdoor dining, food with bold Southwest flavors and “just juiced” cocktails. Our made-from-scratch dedication has made SOL a local favorite since 2013!
SOL blends bold flavors of the Southwest with our own Southern culinary influences. We like to keep things fresh. With a focus on dishes that let seasonal ingredients and select spices shine. The real star of our kitchen is our wood fire grill, and all menu items—from sauces to salsas to handcrafted cocktails—start from scratch and are made to order. All tequilas are 100% agave, citrus fruits are juiced daily, and avocados aren’t cut until you order guacamole.More
Discover Mount Pleasant
With its home-style cooking and Southern hospitality, you're sure to feel welcome in Mount Pleasant. Located on the Atlantic Coast, the city is rich in naval history with plenty of museums and restored ships to tour, but the real star of this South Carolina locale is the comfort food. Spend a leisurely brunch eating biscuits and gravy, fried green tomatoes, or shrimp and grits. The city's location on the East Coast means that you can get plenty of fresh seafood like crab soup, oysters, and flounder. The atmosphere at many of Mount Pleasant's most popular restaurants is casual and fun, so bring the whole family to enjoy lobster rolls, scallops, or a slice of tart key lime pie. If seafood's not your thing, there are great Greek, burger, Mexican, and steak options.