Husk - Charleston
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday
Dinner: 5:30-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 5:30-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Brunch: 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Sunday
4 p.m.-close daily
Thanksgiving Day: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Christmas Eve Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Dinner: 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.; Closed Christmas Day; New Years Eve Lunch: 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Dinner: 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.; Closed New Years Day
Appetizers are fantastic. Entrees are good.
So it says casual dress code but it more of a smart casual. I was turned away for a tank top. I went and changed and the food was worth it!
Great southern food! Service was friendly and attentive.
My husband and I were on vacation. Husk was highly recommended by friends. The cheeseburger was delicious. I found the cheese to be a little too salty for my taste. My husband thought it was the best cheese burger of his life. His entree was the shrimp and grits. He raved about the savory flavors. We also enjoyed the rolls with honey, cornbread and fries. The service was excellent. We were fortunate to have a reservation because there was a long wait for a table. Overall, a pleasant lunch experience.
What a great treat! We started off with a salad to split and I had fried chicken and finished with the peach cake! Everything was delicious. Service was excellent. Cocktails were yummy! Would definitely recommend!
My second visit. This time with my 6 year old. Very patient waitstaff. Not a bad place to take kids (I was nervous about that). The pimento cheese was even more delicious than I remember ❤️
We had a lovely experience at Husk! Our server Chris made the evening absolutely perfect. We had exceptional seasonal food and the price felt reasonable- $150 for three cocktails and SO many appetizers and entrees. I’d highly recommend!
Quite good. Interesting elements that went into the food. Some seemed just a little overly complicated. Great service. Highly recommend.
Service was great but food was just a little too unusual for our tastes and not very flavorful with the exception of the strip steak. We expected interesting flavors and southern influences but dishes all had odd Ingredients that are a bit out of the norm. Our family enjoys a variety of foods but these seemed to be unusual just for the sake of being unusual. Combinations were not particularly tasty. Catfish needed some spice, figs were mushy and skin on chicken was not properly cooked so we couldn’t eat it. Without it, chicken was very bland. We even found the cornbread which we were told was a must try to be bland. Butter didn’t improve the flavor. French press coffee was good and we enjoyed peach cake. Unfortunately, we were looking forward to trying this iconic restaurant but left feeling very underwhelmed and disappointed.
My husband and I went to Husk for lunch on the last day of our Charleston vacation. The restaurant is beautiful. The food was good, but not as great as I was hoping from a James Beard chef. We had the pimento cheese, shrimp and grits, and chicken fried steak. The pimento cheese was excellent, but the entrees both lacked flavor, and the texture of the steak seemed off. The meat was a little tough and the breading was a little soggy. Overall, if it didn’t have such a great reputation and an award winning chef, it would have been a pretty good meal; we were just expecting more.
Excellent service. Food was beautifully presented and delicious ! Beautiful setting with parking facility directly across from the front steps.
Heard about this place a couple of times. We were able to get a late lunch reservation and it was a marvelous experience.
The food was so fresh and delicious...you gotta try the pig’s ears! I love how they have a huge board that says where they get their different ingredients from. I had the pork belly and my friend had the duck and both were amazing. Our server was good, but he could have come around more often. Our busboy was more attentive than he was.
Our meal at Husk was very tasty and the service was great.
Love this place! Charming location food is "off the charts crazy good"! We enjoyed every bite... Must try the burger which was one of the best I have ever had... Try the raspberry shake for dessert- I wanted to try everything menu changes daily but burger remains...Beautiful setting and service was excellent. The drinks are good too try one we will back and bring friends and family- hands down one of the best!!!!
Girlfriend and I were looking forward to eating at this award wining restaurant as we were coming from out of town. We showed up early and had drinks outside on the patio while we waited for our table (our reservation was late). This is where we should have ended the night. The customer service on the patio was excellent compared to the service we received inside. From the start (inside) at the restaurant, we were greeted hastily, which continued throughout the meal. Our server, who was apparently ready to go home, argued and awakardly took our order. Plates were hastily dropped off with little explanation and obvious annoyance. Point being we should have eaten st Fig. There are far better options in Charleston for the high price.
We went there with a great deal of expectation and we were very impressed by everything. The service was impecable, friendly and knowledgeable, guides ya well through a menu that every dish looked fantastic.
The wine selection was reasonable, in price and size, and complimented the meal perfectly.
We decided to focus on the starter plates since the variety and complexity was more appealing than some of the main courses and we were not disappointed.
Overall a fantastic meal
Food was incredible
Very much enjoyed our dinner at Husk during our trip to Charleston. Started with a drink next door at the bar at Husk, it was a wonderful start to the evening. Once moving to Husk we were seated in a cozy room upstairs. Our waiter did a wonderful job walking us through the menu and making sure we understood everything. The food was awesome. Just wonderful. All four people at our table ordered a different entree and they were all very very good. There is a pigs ear starter, do yourself a favor and start there. Can't go wrong.
Absolutely love dining at Husk, service is wonderful and food is outstanding! Third time here and I will certainly be back.
Loved every aspect of our meal! We are looking forward to coming back for dinner on our next visit! Note to self, make reservations way in advance of visiting this lovely Resturant.
The service was impeccable, catering to our needs before we even spoke the words aloud. The food was absolutely delicious and left us completely satisfied. Great place for lunch, dinner, business meeting, anniversary, you name it!
Loved Husk for lunch! Sat on the upper porch and had AMAZING service. Perfect break from shopping King Street.
Cute restaurant! Food was super yummy and service was great!!
Appetizers were excellent especially the chicken wings. Best I have ever had. However the main courses were not that special. The portion extremely small. The quail was tiny and looked like a tiny bird. My fried steak was tasty but the portion is extremely small. Might have been 4 ounces.
I feel bad for the chefs because the quality of food is outstanding and they have to make such good food day after day. The duck was the best I’ve ever had.
Incredible experience! We didn’t feel rushed and the food was amazing. Everything about attention to detail succeeded expectations...from happy birthday on the dinner menu to each flavor in each bite. Amazing!!!
Our server, Will, was fantastic! We were seated promptly, service was at just the right pace and our food was sensational. the flavor and seasoning was exceptional. the Husk signature manhattan is a must!
Sadly, our meal failed to live up to our high expectations for Husk due to service. By contrast, we had truly extraordinary dining experiences elsewhere in Charleston.
Our favorite Charleston restaurant. The pig ear lettuce wraps were amazing and the texture and smokiness of the pig ears was a great surprise. The fried chicken was perfectly seasoned, juicy, and crispy. Can't wait until our next visit!
Excellent food and service!
This was the best meal my mother and I had during our visit to Charleston. Outstanding.
Took our CA visitors for lunch. We all liked our meals very much, took home some leftovers since we were trying to save room for the peach cake with sorbet. It was delicious! (Can’t wait to try a milkshake sometime.) I had never had a Shrug, so tried one of the mango ones. Surprised by the vinegar taste,even though I knew it was coming on first sip, but then loved it. Extremely refreshing. Our fried chicken was voted best ever, and our waiter was wonderful and very helpful. Such a pretty building too.
Awesome service and spectacular food! Fantastic all around
With much anticipation, I made my reservation in April for my July visit. It was for my daughter's birthday during our trip to Charleston. I am a foodie, and have had gourmet meals all over the world. We were greeted warmly and given a special "VIP" table across from the kitchen door so that we could watch the chef. Nice! Being 17 minutes early for our reservation, we were told to wait in the bar, or in the front outside garden which is lovely. The bar inside the building next door, with no covered walkway, included a few outdoor 4-tops with no overhead cover, and 4 stools with a wall ledge in addition to the bar seating itself. As it was over 100 degrees and 80 % humidity, we went inside. The bar location was confusing to all of the people coming for the first time. More prominent signage for wayfinding is needed. My Aperol Spritz was perfect!
Neither of the two main chefs were there that night. The server was nice, but distracted by an adjoining table with high-maintenance children. It was difficult to get his attention. I noticed that the couple across from us had the same challenge. I ordered the duck, my daughter the wreck fish. Both were very very good. The sauces were our favorites. The veggies crisp and flavorful. My daughter loved the heirloom tomatoes and ground pea salad. We wanted a bit of salt, but there is no salt and pepper on the tables. Afraid to insult the famous chefs, we went without. The rolls were supposed to be special, but honestly tasted just like yeast rolls with honey butter we have had at a lot of other restaurants. The bread server said something about sesame seeds when he brought them but we couldn't hear what he said and he never looked up. The manager brought my dessert, praline cake with Champagne sorbet and a lighted candle for my daughter's birthday! Very kind and thoughful. It was sinfully delicious and worth every calorie. We enjoyed our visit. Note: This is not a restaurant for children.
Very average not worth the hype, hostess and server acted as if they were doing you a favor by allowing you to eat there, won't go back.
Just amazing! Beautiful atmosphere and not too over the top but just “fancy” enough to make the evening special and unforgettable.
I had been here several times and always think it's a good spot. Was disappointed they had run out of their pork lunch offering almost immediately. Hamburger and beef sandwich were good.
Beautiful, historic home setting with wonderful comfort food. Great outdoor seating enjoyed with my family for lunch. Definitely worth the visit!