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About Old Village Post House
The Old Village Post House is a neighborhood tavern and inn nestled in Mount Pleasant’s historic Old Village. In feel and décor, it’s as comfortable as your best friend’s home – from the original worn pine floors to our lively tavern. We delight in the quality of our producers and devote ourselves to skillful preparation that brings joy to both maker and guest. We believe the tastiest fare is even better with noteworthy wines and cocktails. And, we believe in only the warmest hospitality, whether you're joining us for an event, a cocktail, brunch, dinner or an overnight stay.
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Low Country, Seafood, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly from 5:30pm
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday – Friday 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Private Dining available for brunch, lunch, hors d'oeuvres, and dinner
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Neighborhood street parking is available.
Private Party Facilities:
Tucked into Mt. Pleasant's historic Old Village, the Old Village Post House lends true Lowcountry charm and warm hospitality to events of all styles in all seasons.
Private Party Contact:
Katie Hajjar: (888) 641-3193
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Old Village Post House Ratings and Reviews
Our party of four was seated above 15 minutes after our reservation time, but it was well spent in the small but friendly and efficient bar area. Once seated, our wine service was prompt, and we ordered our salads and entrees'. Because both couples like to split a salad and an entree', we asked to do this, and our server agreed without question. When our split salads came out, they were separately plated, and each was easily enough for one person. Our split entrees' were the same way -- well-plated and more than enough for one!
The main dining room thinned out after about an hour which made it nicely quiet and easier to converse.
In summary, we thoroughly enjoyed our evening at Old Village Post House and will definitely return!
A really nice ambience. Staff is great and casually performing to a nice level of service. Locals as well as visitors in a nice neighborhood surroundings. The menu may be a little limited but so what. They have what you like and you feel good there. Seating at bar or in main room. Either is enjoyable.
We have dined here several times and are members of the hall pass. We brought out of town guests and were soooo disappointed. Two of the four guests ordered grouper. It was so tasteless our guests asked the waiter for a lemon wedge to try and make it better. The other guest with grouper only took a couple bites. I ordered the special, two 4 ounce bone in filet cooked rare. I order steak at least once a week so I am not a novice steak eater. I literally could not even cut off a standard sized bite of the filet, that is how small the amount of meat there was on the bone. The truffle butter I asked to top my steak was not even on the meat. They put it in on the side of the plate. That is how small those steaks were, the scoop of butter would not fit on the steak. We were so embarrassed in front of our guests and will not continue to frequent this establishment if this is the quality that we can expect.
We had never eaten here before and went based on past reviews and the fact that it was convenient to where we were staying. We were both so pleasantly surprised - what a gem! Although the room we were placed in was a bit loud due to no noise deafening items (drapes, rugs) it wasn't really an issue. The wait staff was great, the food was great and the atmosphere was charming. What a great final meal to end an awesome week in Charleston!
Fantastic location and better food! The lobster bisque was the best I have ever tasted, and I am from New England! The rib eye steak was second to none, and the hand-crafted drinks were exceptional. Top that off with great service, and you have a perfect dining experience!
We were visiting Charleston area for the weekend and found Old Village Post House while searching Open Table. Great food and excellent service. I started with the lobster bisque, and then had the grouper. My wife had the long bone porch chop special. Both meals were amazing. We ate on the patio and loved the beautiful, quiet setting. Great evening! We will be back for sure and will tell all our friends about this wonderful restaurant.
We celebrate our anniversary here every year - and every year continues to exceed expectations. Not sure how they do it - if it is our memories or reality - but it's great. Service is exemplary. Even our 13 year old remarked upon it. Job well done! Thank you! Worth every penny.
A superb experience, start to finish. Companion had the pan roasted grouper from the menu, and raved about it. I had the evening special of Seafood Sofrito (Spanish version, with mussels, calamari, lobster tail, and chorizo), and it was simply incredible - mouth waters thinking about it four days later! Matched very well with a nice chianti.
Service was perfect - friendly, attentive, and well paced.
Our reservation was early (5:30PM), so we enjoyed a nice, quiet ambiance.
My $46 Prime Sirloin Strip was somewhat chewy and not so tender. Seemed much more like “Choice.” No fat and cooked to behavior pink inside as requested. Truffle Fries arrived hot but seemed like there was a hint of Rosemary seasoning. Salt is expected but not Rosemary. The Green String Beans were outstanding by garlic butter flavor & just right temperature. Lobster Bisque was tasty + the right temperature. My 1/2 wedge salad was more like a 1/3rd wedge and unlike the menu description of a “creamy” Blue Cheese dressing it was somewhat less than “creamy.” The cheese crumble was generous. With my reservation being before 7pm and departing after 9pm I think I understood why the place was quite empty on a weekend eve. Hall Brothers think the suburbanites of our town will happily spend $150 each person & enjoy less than superior. Their pricing & the performance here needs more tuning up. Roger from the neighborhood
Excellent food but unfortunately with awful service. If you want your server with no personality and to not check on you and not provide everything you need, go here. Took 10 minutes to come to our table for drink order after we sat down. Payed little to no attention, didn't have basic utensils/ appetizer plates for bread. When bread was delivered to the table they walked off immediately before we had the chance to even ask for the plates to eat the bread off of (everyone around had them). Empty drinks before dinner came out and server wasn't even the one to bring the food so we were unable to ask for another round. Didn't come and ask how the food was until about 5 minutes after we had it. We asked for the check when she finally came to check on us for the 2nd time. Spent over $100 in 45 minutes. That's a lot of money to spend in such short time when it's a place you could easily sit and enjoy for a long period of time, so that's their loss. Had dinner reservations at Halls the following night but cancelled after the manager asked about the experience and did nothing to prevent us from changing our minds on how we felt. Overpriced and overrated.
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