Olde Pink House
Annexed to the historic Planters’ Inn, the Olde Pink House is in an 18th-century mansion. Chandeliers, period portraits, and fireplaces inform the interior design, though touches like leather sofas in the bar area and live piano music each night keep things from being overly formal. It’s still high-end dining, though, and the most raved-about dish at the restaurant is the creamy Lowcountry she-crab soup. The menu is extensive, with crab-stuffed grouper, filet mignon, and braised pork shank among the entrées.