Restaurants in South Carolina

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Chef Sean Brock's testament to new southern cuisine, Husk sources heirloom grains, heritage animals, and classic Lowcountry produce both from area farms... Read More

The bivalves here come steamed or on the half shell. Read More

Sure, the first of dozens of locations opened in Alabama in the 1980s, but Charleston thinks of this place as one of its own. I love to walk in off King... Read More

This long-time Vanderhorst Street coffee and sandwich shop has evolved into a busy stop for college students, writers, and the creative crowd who meet... Read More

Known for its well seasoned, crispy fried chicken, raw bar, and rustic chic, Leon's fills with locals and visitors for lunch and dinner daily. Read More

Char-grilled oysters in a former auto body shop, that’s what we come here for. Garage bay open, this is comfort-food-central, serving up scalloped... Read More

An expert shucker hired away from New Orleans helps Leon’s keep up with oyster orders—you can get them char-grilled or raw with a mignonette and... Read More

Bring your pup to the Lost Dog Cafe and grab a seat on the beach house’s porch. They’ll have bowls of water waiting for Fido, but you might have to wait... Read More

Three generations of the Gadsden family cook at this tiny soul-food cookshop. Read More

Luxe low country. McCrady's is Charleston's first tavern, built in 1778 in the heart of the city's historic French quarter. Read More

I like the almost-secret feel of this place. After arriving via an alley, I’m greeted by the bartender who pours me a fat glass of red. Then I... Read More

At McCrady’s, you’re sitting in one of the most historic dining rooms in the city—maybe near the fireplace with a sophisticated absinthe cocktail.... Read More

Mustard-based sauce on the BBQ, that’s Melvin’s speciatly. Fast service, too, and southern sides including collard greens and fried okra. A granddaddy... Read More

Located on North Market Street, Mercato serves upscale interpretations of classic Italian fare. While the menu contains the requisite fettuccine alfredo... Read More

Minero serves up a wide array of flavorful tacos, incorporating southern touches like fried catfish or shrimp and Masa grits, all cradled in charred... Read More

This menu of dishes named for Italian race cars is built around Neapolitan pizza and salads too, but when you’re talking local ingredients and nice... Read More

Hint: if you order the fresh mozzarella, basil and tomato pistelle at this Windermere Boulevard eatery, ask for the baguette to be toasted. Baking for... Read More

Housed inside the 150-year-old South Carolina Loan & Trust building, Oak Steakhouse serves steaks, local seafood, and vegetarian dishes with a farm... Read More

Brighter, lighter and beach-ier than his wildly popular Wild Olive on John’s Island, Chef Jacques Larson is drawing East Cooper crowds to new digs on... Read More

Brighter, lighter, and beach-ier than his wildly popular Wild Olive on John’s Island, Chef Jacques Larson’s Obstinate Daughter is drawing even more... Read More

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