Restaurants in South Carolina

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There’s such a great vibe at this old house on Pitt Street in the historic Old Village, along with one of Charleston’s favorite chefs for decades, Frank... Read More

A town-gathering place, the parking lot of Page’s Okra Grill is full breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the mayor of Mount Pleasant, Linda Page, is an... Read More

This newly opened neighborhood parlor serves up nostalgia in the form of gourmet hot dogs, loaded tots, dressed waffles, and unique ice creams like... Read More

Check out the chalkboard of oyster varieties when you walk in. Pearlz serves terrific blue cheese burgers, lobster rolls (New England style), and clams... Read More

The Peninsula Grill, which opened in N. Market Street’s Planters Inn in 1997, transports diners into the state’s historic past with its... Read More

It’s so cool to walk in from busy Market Street to the elegance of Peninsula Grill’s plush dining room. This is a classic of the city, with portrait... Read More

Enjoy Low Country Boil, served under ghostly Spanish moss tresses. Read More

The burger, the burger. I don’t know if writer Edgar Allen Poe ate much beef when he was stationed at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island in the 1820s,... Read More

This tin and wooden building reminds me of a Caribbean beach bar. It doesn’t look like much from the outside—the original Red’s really was a dock for... Read More

Order the famous oyster pie. Read More

The shutters and wall-sized windows of Rita’s Seaside Grille are propped open when it’s warm outside, and the burgers come stacked high with all your... Read More

You won’t mistake this place for a chain. Before opening this year as a restaurant with tables and take-out, the Roadside Seafood food truck earned a... Read More

In a James Island neighborhood near the center of the island, Smoky Oak Taproom has dozens of beers on tap and cooks most anything over fire, including... Read More

Pouring dozens of wines by the glass for just $4 to $6.50, it’s no wonder that this terrific wine bar, helmed by master sommelier Brad Ball, is abuzz... Read More

Chef RJ Moody dishes up share-able, affordable, seasonal plates like local clams swimming in a miso cream broth, or delicata squash drizzled with... Read More

An artisanal cupcake shop at heart (with a few other nibbles thrown in), Sugar Bakeshop is the place to go for individual pick-me-ups or build-your-own... Read More

With big oak trees out front and cool pastel walls inside, bakeries don’t get much sweeter than Sugar. Former New York architects Bill Bowick and David... Read More

Pitmaster Anthony DiBernado burns the midnight oil to smoke his pork, brisket, ribs, turkey, and sausages to tender, pink-rimmed perfection. Read More

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