The Peninsula Grill, which opened in N. Market Street’s Planters Inn in 1997, transports diners into the state’s historic past with its southern-inspired décor, courtesy of designer Amelia Handegan, and innovative interpretations of southern cuisine, crafted by chef Graham Dailey, who trained under famed chef Anthony Bourdain. The dimly-lit dining room boasts seagrass carpeting and period-inspired artwork. The menu includes such dishes as grilled peach-glazed jumbo shrimp with hoppin’ john and bourbon glazed pork chop with cider braised collards. House cocktails, including the rum-based Planter’s Punch, make fitting accompaniments.
Save room for the restaurant’s famed, 12-layer Ultimate Coconut Cake, which has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show and The Food Network.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Bar Dining
- Dress Code
- Full Bar
- Patio/Outdoor Seating
- Private Dining/Party Space
- Private Room Available
Cuisine Type:: American Nouveau