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Our first night in our new home town and we walked over to try this place. We met our server Joel and he was excellent! Very nice and very friendly within a Kind of a diner Food was fantastic!!!!

The owner joked with me when I arrived and remembered my name when he said goodnight when we left. Our server was attentive, My wife surprised me with a beautiful weekend getaway for my birthday. We came across this outstanding restaurant, and had a breakfast you won’t believe Scallops with cream corn and butter beans are divine. Shrimp and grits were delish, fried whole okra was unique and appeasing.

Peanut butter pie was excellent Found this little out of the mainstream eatery via Only in South Carolina! Finally a place with none of the usual fried food baskets! We had the Almost Gorgonzola pizza was phenomenal. Fresh salad, and the cheese knots were to die for. My favorite thing was the meatballs. Good food. Thank you for the Tuesday night burger special.

Service was good and they were honest about their staff shortage and that the food may take a lil An excellent eating experience that served everything fresh. I was especially in tuned with the modest selection of raw oysters, but have your coins at the Had a really good Chicago Italian beef sandwich loaded with cheese. The bread was very soft and perfect for the sandwich. It also had giardiniera on it which This was a remarkable surprise.

Provided a relaxing end of the day with a delicious cheese board. The staff was very knowledgeable about available wine with great suggestions for a first Super delicious food. Had the lemongrass chicken bahn mi and cauliflower bahn mi with the vietnamese iced coffee.

Employees were helpful and friendly. Had the prime rib sandwich and the the Lobster roll!! Both incredibly good!! We shared them and had wine. Adam was terrific! Our first time. A must!! Love Sunrise Bristo! Nice atmosphere…very relaxing! Awesome coffee bar! Delicious, unique and Great spot for a quality lunch or dinner! Can’t decide which I like best as both menus are amazing!

There is plenty of room for seating, but seats fill up The location is beautiful! Our service was impeccable. The beet salad was soo good. The ribeye was to die for. Nothing needed when eating. The ckam chowder was Great place! Staff was very helpful and the food was phenomenal! Brisket was some of the best I’ve ever had I had Beef Tartare and Duck Breast both for the first time and was amazingly delicious. I will be back, and I do recommend this restaurant. Thanks for the great first-time experience.

Our server Israel was attentive, informative and kind! Our dinner was perfection, out of this world amazing! Love that we are local and live 10 mins away! Literally loved everything. The wine, the oysters, the steak Omggggg the strip steak the company love my husband still 17 years later : all simply outstanding My husband loved his pasta also! Best steak in Charleston I promise! Food was the best we’ve had in quite a while from the shrimp appetizer to the apple crisp desert. The service was perfect seriously.

Christa, our wonderful energetic partner assigned to our table, made sure we always had what we needed without our feeling the slightest bit rushed even though the restaurant was full. Support staff was also VERY attentive, efficient and welcoming. Again, without our feeling rushed. Delightful experience. Highly recommended. Mexican restaurant. Great food and the owners are even better than the food. It is our second time eating here when we visit from Myrtle Beach and the food is consistently excellent.

Their food is authentic and delicious. The service was great and we were served quickly. We were able to meet the owners who were wonderful people. Sadly they lost their teenage son who was a very talented athlete. They started a foundation to honor his memory and life. They gave our boys some hats from their foundation that you see below.

We had an incredible lunch and a beautiful moment with them and our boys. Thank you and God bless. We will be back every time we are in town. Great little hole in the wall spot! The chips were heavenly! The teenagers that are employed here are well mannered and attentive. The Sergio burrito is absolutely top notch! Minus one star because as a fat American i was a bit upset to not get rice atleast with my burrito. Pozole for the win! Pozole on the menu of a local Mexican restaurant is a rarity.

It’s a traditional Mexican dish few have had the pleasure experiencing. Thank you Carmen y Juan for serving up a childhood favorite. My only recommendation is more ancho chiles for a deeper base flavor.

The gist: The Shellmore is a cozy, intimate wine and oyster bar that is undeniably one of the best restaurants in Mount Pleasant.

Although its menu is limited entrees and a few selections of oysters and cheese , the bar prioritizes quality over quantity. The food: The menu changes daily and is always posted on Instagram. Loved our dinner at this cozy, fantastic restaurant.

Creative, interesting dishes, and a great wine selection. My wife had the seafood stew excellent and I had a wonderful gnocchi dish. Staff are superb. Will definitely return. We came here purely because of the high google reviews.

Delicious food, good table service. Small portions for the price. Really great atmosphere and incredible food! We ordered 6 items off the menu for our group of four and nothing disappointed. So delicious! Top hits were the ragu and halibut. Mentioned on. Grab a Nitrotini — a martini cooled with liquid nitrogen and served smoking — from Grill and bring it up to the Pavilion Bar rooftop for the best view in the city. Want to show my daughter what a real five-star restaurant is.

They had all the fancy glasses and everything there was five star. I basically turned it into a learning experience for her very very expensive. But well worth it for my daughter. The best steak I’ve had east of Colorado. Martinis were wild and delicious, desserts were incredible and the service was top notch.

Will definitely return and highly recommend. Excellent food everything was perfect! I got the French onion soup, 8 oz filet, asparagus and fried green tomatoes. Everything tasted amazing! The staff is so friendly and professional. Mediterranean restaurant.

Was very impressed with Opal! Charcuterie board was excellent and is a something they do very well. Steaks that were order were delicious they were both cooked a little less than they should have been as ordered. Overall, a great experience. Will be back again for sure! Emma and Caroline were very welcoming at the door. We were seated at a table and asked to move to a booth. Emma was very gracious to make the switch. We started with the shellfish soup.

It was like velvety butter and dreamy. For our mains we had the filet and the fish of the day. Cooked to perfection and those whipped potatoes!!!!! The fish was local grouper served over rice pirloo with corn and a tarragon sauce…. My mouth is still watering. Our server made the experience. Florina was knowledgeable and lovely. FIVE stars all the way around! Thank you. Really nice place. Has a really nice selection of meats and cheeses to make your own charcuterie board.

I had pasta and my wife had fish and both were amazing. Wow, you know the food is good when you’re jealous of your kids’ food!. The kid burger was phenomenal, as were the hummus, pita and lamb burger. Loved this place!

The atmosphere in the restaurant is bright, cozy, full of life, and welcoming. The staff is genuine and friendly. All three of us were very happy with our selections. Our meals came out within ten minutes of ordering.

I was particularly pleased that there were so many options on the vegan menu. Kid Cashew will definitely be a must-stop location for us when we come to Mount Pleasant in the future. Went for the first time and had a great experience. I had the beets and the mac and cheese, and both were well made and delicious. The place itself is large with lots of indoor and outdoor seating.

And if you want to take pictures, this restaurant is thoroughly decorated not to mention the food comes out picture-ready too! Great for celebrations with a loved one, as the food evokes feelings of traveling in the French countryside. The food: The menu changes daily and consists of two apps, two entrees, and two desserts.

Recent offerings have included a melon and Buffalo mozzarella salad, risotto with saffron and bone marrow, a fennel-crusted pork chop, and watermelon budino. I made a last minute reservation for a table of 2, and we were seated in this beautiful little outdoor yard in the corner.

This whole restaurant is like a small house so it is very easy to miss it from the outside. It was a bit cold on the outside in December but nothing cannot be resolved with the heater turned on. The menu is very interesting. I was told the chef will post the daily menu on Instagram and you only have 2 choices per course. So 2 apps, 2 entries and 2 desserts. That’s it. It actually simplified the ordering process a lot because we basically ordered everything on the menu.

The salads were solid. I had a risotto with bone marrow and my wife had the fish dish of the day. Both are very delicious, especially the fish. I wish the chef could put in some real meat into the risotto dish.

The dessert with ricotta cheese was extremely well done. We both loved it. I believe the menu design showcased the creativity from the chef.

Overall very solid choice and highly recommend. This has been the best restaurant my husband and I have ever visited. The place is very cozy and private, perfect for a romantic date. The food was exquisite and the attention they gave us was very special.

Every day the chef writes a different menu by hand that includes 6 options. So, the food is always very fresh and prepared with dedication. I would recommend this restaurant without a doubt. What a delight. So glad we decided to have lunch here. Amazing food and wonderful atmosphere. The menu changes daily so the pics are just today.

When you go, be ready for the best food. Track your travel spending and split costs with friends Plan your trip. Keep your budget organized. Split the cost between tripmates. Wanderlog does it all. Excellent service. Very busy and popular restaurant.

Friendly staff. Bartender was exceptional, knowledgeable, offered helpful insight on menu selections. Seared scallops and crab cakes was delicious.

Oysters were fresh. The menu does not offer a lot of selections but don’t let it discourage you. The food is worth it. Pricing is not bad.

My experience was overall very good and would like to try it again in the future. Atmosphere Sat at the bar on a busy Monday night. It was a good time. Glad we had to sit at the bar because it was a lot of fun. Get reservations if you want a table. Service Got served both drinks and a full menu from Dan and Nick. Aug helped. All friendly and accommodating. Tried two types of raw oysters 2 dozen.

All fresh and perfectly briny. Moved to fried oysters, also fresh and well prepared. Palomas were enjoyed, as well as the London Fog. The Darling Oyster Bar did not disappoint. We ordered several small plates of food but was most interested in comparing our experience of gulf oysters from LA to what South Carolina had to offer.

We were impressed! We tried three different varieties of oysters, 1 from VA which were very large and clean but a bit briny, 1 from Charleston with a nice texture, very clean a little bit chewy and 1 from a small area 20 minutes from Charleston which were really light, hint of sweetness and again very clean these were Molly, our server’s favorite. I’m so glad she recommend them. As for the atmosphere it was a nice setup throughout, kind and patient greeters, great service all around but I wish the tables were a little more spread out.

We hope to visit again on our next Charleston outing and maybe not on a Saturday night. Mentioned on 1 list. It makes perfect sense to put up a sushi bar in a place known for its fresh seafood. Fresh ingredients make for the best tasting sushi rolls in all of Mount Pleasant. Great selection of sushi at a reasonable price. Service was excellent as well, our server kept checking in on us. We went around 6pm on a Thursday night and it was very busy, but we managed to get seated right away.

Would definitely come back. Tacos or sushi. An interesting line up for a menu. Friendly staff and great service. Pricing and the food is good. I think I need to come here again to fully process my review. But overall I find the my experience here was really good. We went to the grocery store and after wanted a drink and googled a place close, this place popped up.

Sushi rolls absolutely amazing and sewer cocktails. Our server Trinity was super friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. Absolutely stoked on randomly coming across this place. We lived in Charleston for four years and this is the best barbecue. You need to go with a group of people and get the family platter. This lets you try all of the meats and several sides.

The service was friendly, the food and sauces were tasty even though I only tried 3 of them. The homemade sausage was tightly packed and very tasty. I think I like the mustard sauce from Melvins is a little better. Good selection of craft beers without over doing it. I think its a pleasant restaurant and would return again.

Pretty disappointing The pulled pork was overcooked and dry, as was the Mac and Cheese and even the pies those they remembered to give us. The Brunswick stew was overly sweet as well.

Worst of all was the gelatinized chutney they said was spicy BBQ sauce. All of us said we would have sent back our food if we were dining in. I love BBQ but we will not be returning. Super friendly staff serving awesome BBQ make this a must place to visit. Had the wings, two meat plate including brisket, pork belly with slaw and Mac and cheese.

Topped off with a Palmetto IPA. Couldn’t be better! Easy going vibe that was welcoming. Will be back for sure! Since its Tavern Burger was recently named one of the best burgers in the U. Other popular dishes include the warm garlic knots served with cheese fondue, chopped salad topped with avocado ranch dressing, and the crispy chicken cutlet.

Both tasted great and we would recommend them. For appetizers, we ordered the Crab cake and the Shrimp cocktail. The crab cake was amazing, and the tavern sauce that it came with was tasty, like a mayo ketchup aioli. The shrimp in the Shrimp Cocktail were big and the cocktail sauce was mild but robust in flavor. For mains, we ordered the Surf and Turf, and the Tavern burger.

It was delicious. The fries on the side were a garlic and herb fry with more herbs than garlic, but were crispy and served with the tavern sauce to dip in. The tavern burger was served in the same sesame seed bun as the shrimp burger, which was nice and soft with lots of sesame seeds.

The tavern sauce on the burger is quite enjoyable. I would agree with others that the burgers are quite small, but they are quite tasty. You should be the judge of whether they are worth it or not; I thought they were. Went while visiting town, Great atmosphere, good service. It looks small but order the doubble and the weight will surprise you.. The special sauce is very good Pleasant, SC The Pickled Palate in Mount Pleasant.

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CPH, as it is popularly shortened to, is a welcoming place with minimalistic but artsy design, where all the focus is on serving great food and ensuring a great mood. Cafe, American. Their autumn treat is certainly the pumpkin pancakes, while the much-loved Southern Benedict is served all-year long. The menu is diverse and filled with signature dishes like the Hell Burger, DIY burgers or classics like country-fried steak.

Come for breakfast, lunch or dinner, but whenever you come make sure you are hungry, as portions are generous and options are many. The setting is simple, with wooden furniture and dining booths indoors and a lovely terrace outdoors with an all-embracing friendly vibe. Pickled Palate.

The food selection is seasonal, and at Red Drum they believe that each dish has its perfect partner; hence they boast an outstanding wine selection ranging from accessible samples to old rarities. Aside from wines, the venue was also named as the Best Places in America to Have a Beer; thus, Red Drum is a real gastro-pub, merging great food and great drinks with live music. Sushi Taro.

 
 

 

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Food-wise, the selection is great for healthy sandwiches, panini or salads. Pickled Palate is not a gourmet spot, but what they offer is first-rate nonetheless. The setting is minimal, but this is quickly forgotten once you experience the impeccably authentic dishes and Japanese cordiality. Expect a great choice of options, from sushi, nigiri, tempura chicken and the delicious hibachi plates, and as for dessert why not sample the unusual tempura cheesecake with chocolate syrup. Sushi Taro is an affordable fine dining place an expert in great sushi, and a favourite with Mount Pleasant foodies.

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Continue with Facebook or Google. Email Address. Password Show. We so had the pear manhattan and the margarita for drinks which were pretty decent. Overall, a decent place to try out! Definitely a popular spot on King Street. Not sure if locals would dine here but it’s very popular among tourists for sure. This was actually my first formal meal in Charleston so I had high expectations after reading the reviews. Overall I would say it meets the expectations but nothing was like “out of the world good” neither, hence a 4 star rating.

We are a party of 2 so were able to get seating by the bar very quickly. If you are a larger group, I think making reservations is the way to go. For the most part, the portions are very small, which is not surprising for fine dining. So budget accordingly if you need to get full. We had a dozen of oysters from 3 origins chef’s choice , it’s interesting that the ones from North Carolina were the ones I liked the least Very small and not as tasty as the rests.

We also ordered chicken mushroom, ceviche, fish taco, salads, and crudo of the day. I would say I really like the crudo of the day. It has this curry flavor which was surprising.

Wife said the fish taco was also very good. The mushroom does taste like chicken which is pretty funny. Is this the best place in town for oysters? I don’t know because I have nothing else to reference to locally but it’s a solid choice for a nice meal as a tourist.

Mentioned on 2 lists. Show 2 more. They have a large, outdoor deck as well as a small rooftop you are allowed to bring your drinks to for an even better view. Their cuisine is best described as Southern, and the portions are big. All the food was delicious and seafood plates were plentiful. The fried green tomato appetizer was extra yummy.

Also tried the chocolate chip skittle cookie Yum yum yum!!! The outside seating area is great except for the gnats. Loved the shrimp and grits. The fried green tomatoes brought back some real good memories. Wish the outside chairs were more comfortable for a bigger sized person. Other than that the service was excellent!

Every one is really friendly. You guys have an awesome location! The experience of being on the waterfront and watching the dolphins and pelicans is extraordinary! I just wish I could say the same about the food. Had heard such great reviews but we were underwhelmed.

Each dish we tried, we were left wanting for more :. The food was some of the best in the area and the location is perfect. The tacos and fish and chips were all excellent. This place is always busy so get in as early as you can or make a reservation. There were dolphins in the bay while we were there which made it extra special. The food service was very fast even though the place was completely full of people! Barbecue restaurant. The gist: Since the highly anticipated barbecue joint opened in , locals and visitors alike have flocked here for its Texas-style meats, like buttery smoked beef brisket and the Hot Guts sausage.

Lewis is perfectly suited to takeout because meat is served by the pound and perfect for sharing. This spot exceeds the hype. The food: The number one thing you absolutely must get at Lewis is the brisket. The pork–awesome. The sausage–amazing. The sides–so good. There is a lot of seating, but most of it being outside. Parking is limited. Staff efficient but not necessarily overly friendly, but that didn’t deter from a great overall experience.

Probably the best BBQ I’ve ever had. We were in town for a week and ate at Lewis BBQ twice. Definitely recommend. We went on a Friday at around 4pm before the dinner rush. It was a great time to go. It wasn’t served when I visited.

But I was happy with what the two of us split. I’m pretty sure I used to be a T-Rex in my past life, so that makes it hard for me not to over eat during every visit.

The menu selection aligns with most serious barbecue spots. There’s indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor seating is on gravel so wheelchair access will require some energy. The bathrooms have been consistently clean on my more than 10 visits. Not a beer drinker but it’s served here and it seems like people enjoy it. Fountain drinks are also available. There’s limited parking in the restaurant parking lot but there’s additional parking a very short walk away from the restaurant.

Timing matters here, call to get a feel for how long a wait you might have. Cold beer and fresh seafood are a combo that rarely disappoints.

In town on a business trip and this place was recommended to us by the locals. It did not disappoint! The atmosphere was fun, friendly, and a great location! We had to wait about 20 minutes to get seated but it was worth the wait. Our waitress was very knowledgeable and had great recommendations.

It was the perfect way to sample different types of shrimp. We also tried the Hershey Bar Pie in a Jar and it was phenomenal. If we ever find ourselves in the Charleston area again this will be our go-go spot! Arrived early on a Saturday afternoon 4pm to put our name on the list for dinner for a party of 8. They don’t take reservations. Parking is awful. No available spots in the Reds parking area. While waiting, we enjoyed the views, some outdoor seating and a walkway on both sides of the creek.

Boat parking available. We were seated by about pm outside. Nice weather with a jacket. Looked like a mix of locals and tourists. Seafood loaded menu. Service was great! Our waitress was very attentive and kept our drinks filled. The place was packed and even though we were a larger party, she was great.

The food was good, some dishes had “smaller” portions. Also tried the crab queso and it was really good. Would order again. Beef nachos were what you would expect. Grilled seafood was good. Quickly got seats around the bar with a good view of the water. Saw some dolphins while enjoying tasty food and drink. Try a bucket cocktail – sunburned tourist and voodoo were good! The fried seafood platter and seafood nachos were also delish. But be sure to make a reservation in advance because the place fills up fast.

What a way to be greeted when entering. Lots of staff and owner giving a warm welcome. Make sure to make reservations in advance. We got lucky to get in same day. Food was great. Service was excellent. Steaks were perfect. Dry aged ribeye was the most flavorful steak I’ve ever had. I’ve had dessert tray presentations but not a steak cut presentation. Highly recommend. I went to Halls for my anniversary. I was early for my reservation and despite being very busy, I was quickly accommodated.

The manager was fantastic and toasted our anniversary. The wait staff was very attentive and very knowledgeable. The waiter answered all our questions and made some very fantastic recommendations. The food was fantastic. The food is expensive, but it is worth every single penny. The value is there for the price. The meal was overall fantastic and so was the service. Do your mouth a favor and eat here. Very nice place to dine.

For me it was about the customer service. The owner or head manager and assistant manager welcomed us several times and sincerely wanted us to have a great experience. The two team waiter team was phenomenal! And the live music. Only in the bar area.

We had field green salad, salmon, fried green tomatoes, and the shrimp and grits, and chocolate cake. Everything was outstanding. A MUST try. Perfect for road trips See time and distance between places, and optimize your route to get the most of your day. Fried chicken takeaway. A savory staple of the South, grits have been a part of Lowcountry cuisine since the sixteenth century.

Employees are exceptionally nice and helpful. They know their menu well, and made great recommendations. My favorite is the BLT Signature Bowl which is just amazing — an explosion of wonderful flavors and textures. Lastly, their Sweet Peach Tea is always great! They are very accommodating, and will split your meal and serve it in two bowls by request. LOVE this place! We were told they are within a few weeks of opening another Grit Counter in North Charleston.

I understand it is located across the street from the box office entrance to the North Charleston Coliseum. The side of fried pickles were very generous and delicious. The salsa Verde was amazing and the smoked Gouda grits were everything I thought they would be fantastic. The bacon jam was super sweet and overpowered the grits. The smoked jalapeno gravy was barely present and didn’t add anything to the dish. The roasted corn was not roasted at all. The hot chicken had a great breading and crunch to it.

All in all I loved it. I’ll definitely come back! We stopped in for a quick lunch. I ordered the Harvest bowl, it was really good and so was the service.

I will definitely be back again because I would like to try more on the menu! British restaurant. After moving to North Charleston three years later, adding a lot more seating, and expanding its menu, the restaurant still feels like a proper English-style fish and chippery.

First time here. Cool atmosphere. Staff are awesome! Food was out of this world! Steak pie was phenomenal. Fish was as well. Triple kudos to this place! Can’t wait to come back. The tartar sauce made it even better. Fish was fried to Golden Goodness and the chips were a nice touch. The staff was friendly and took a minute to explain the ordering process.

I would highly recommend you order yours today. Catering food and drink supplier. Show 7 more. Every bit of produce served at the restaurant is locally sourced and supports sustainable, healthy farming. But with a 20 person group all ordering different things, not one dish was below amazing!. The ingredients are fresh and Living up to its name, Five Loaves knows how to do bread and delicious sandwiches.

My favorite is the vegetarian Portobello Goat Cheese Burger which has the perfect crispness of a falafel with a creamy umami taste. Excellent service too! I have always enjoyed the quality of the food at five loaves, and always felt satisfied when I left. But this time, at lunch on a weekday, I took the servers suggestion of trying the Reuben sandwich, and found it to be wanting in every regard. And there was no noticeable dressing, the sauerkraut had little bite, And the rye bread was just as unremarkable as everything else.

There were a lot of rave reviews for this place so we thought we’d go check it out. To us, it was fine but not great. The chorizo hash was kind of dry and the chorizo was not anything to write home about. And they also did not serve the eggs runny, so they didn’t coat the rest of the food which is always the best part of any hash.

The sausage and cheese buttermilk biscuit sandwich, which was an accommodation substituting sausage for eggs, was quite good. The salad with goat cheese was very fresh and nice. Overall not bad. Very friendly service and kid-friendly. Indoor seating only. My partner and I had a wonderful experience at La Pizzeria in Charleston last night. The Margherita pizza was so delicious and perfect!. Really great casual My husband and I were in the mood for Italian so we decided to try la pizzeria.

Pleasant surprise it was awesome! Only thing was the bruschetta was very salty to me but my husband loved it! Don’t sleep on la pizzeria. We had the spaghetti meatball as well and a cup of espresso. Came for dinner with a friend, and it did not disappoint. Very authentic Italian food in Mt pleasant. My friend and I are both from NJ, and we both agreed it was delicious. Tim, our server, made some excellent recommendations.

The atmosphere was warm and welcoming. We chatted with the owner, a sweet lady from Italy. We ordered two pizzas to split and a salad. We enjoyed every bite. Definitely will be back. The service was great. They are Italian folks running it, with imported ingredients that make the food feel authentic to Italy.

The pizza was magnificent, along with the chicken parm and the calzone. Slide 1 of 2. The food: Make a full round and try to get the best from each station.

Workshop is a fancy food court that serves drinks and food from a variety of local businesses. It’s a great place to hang out during the day, and the vendors change up so there’s always something different to try.

Collaborate with friends in real time Plan along with your friends with live syncing and collaborative editing. This place is pricey but entirely worth it! The waiter was what you expect of a Southern restaurant; charming, nice, and comfortable to talk to. My ribeye was perfect. Order the bread! Seriously, order the bread. It is so good. I ate all. I ate both appetizers before my crab cakes came. It was so flavorful. And the crispy coating is a perfect balance of goodness, texture, and flavor!

The customer service was great! I was greeted as soon as I walked in, I was acknowledged as I walked out, and during my visit my waitress was so attentive and kind. Highly recommend! See pictures! Did not disappoint. We have Burtons back home in Charlotte, decided to eat here because of their gluten free menu. Burger was absolutely perfect! The Cajun chicken dip is just spot on,!

Wife had Hadock fish sandwich, finished off the dinner with gluten free 7 layer chocolate cake!! Breakfast restaurant. Would highly recommend going. The food is delicious and it is very clean. The owner and chef are amazing! The food is super fresh and they were very knowledgeable about the gluten free options! I will definitely be going back! Great tasting food, healthy, and affordable!

Sena cafe is my go to place! Perfect for a quick cup of coffee, a lunch date, or meeting up with friends and catching up! Such a great staff and the atmosphere is the best ever. Lobster roll and mozzarella pesto panini are delicious. We come here often. Coffee is always great and they have a great outdoor seating area! With welcoming indoor and outdoor seating the stunning views over the fish boats and the vibrant port are surely unbeatable.

This restaurant is known for being one of the most sophisticated spots on Shem Creek. Guests can enjoy a variety of freshly caught seafood and steak.

We had a reservation for lunch and had a lovely experience! The staff is friendly and attentive. The food was delicious and even the fried items weren’t too heavy.

You have a wonderful view of Shem Creek and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating options. The menu has enough items that our larger party all found something, but wasn’t overwhelming.

I definitely recommend Waters Edge! Dined at Waters Edge for a birthday dinner with 15 people. I understand the server may have been overwhelmed dealing with a fairly large party with many requests and also waiting other tables, so it was no big deal and nothing to make a fuss about… the food was just okay.

Several items were bland and lacked seasoning and flavor, and the portions did not correlate with menu prices. We paid dinner prices for lunch sized items. When it came time for the cake to be cut, the waitress offered to cut the birthday cake and package them into small to go boxes. Beautiful view. We saw dolphins in the water as we ate. The food was delicious and the staff was very friendly. Don’t forget to let them know you parked in the lot, they cancel your payment so it’s free!

They mark gluten free options on the menu which is helpful. I made the mistake of not securing a reservation for Valentine’s Day.

When I called, of course they were booked, but the hostess was kind enough to tell me that the bar had 12 seats, and they opened at with 1st come, 1st serve. We showed up at and got a seat at the bar. Tate was our bartender, did a fantastic job with our drinks, and made us feel at home.

He was busy but made sure we had what we needed, as well kept our drink full. There was plenty of parking with handicap parking available. The outside appearance was nice, and the landscape was kept up nice. The interior was clean as well as the bathrooms. Glasses, plates, and silverware were all clean.

The food was phenomenal!! I had Beef Tartare and Duck Breast both for the first time and was amazingly delicious. I will be back, and I do recommend this restaurant. Thanks for the great first-time experience. Our server Israel was attentive, informative and kind! Our dinner was perfection, out of this world amazing! Love that we are local and live 10 mins away!

Literally loved everything. The wine, the oysters, the steak Omggggg the strip steak the company love my husband still 17 years later : all simply outstanding My husband loved his pasta also! Best steak in Charleston I promise! Food was the best we’ve had in quite a while from the shrimp appetizer to the apple crisp desert. The service was perfect seriously. Christa, our wonderful energetic partner assigned to our table, made sure we always had what we needed without our feeling the slightest bit rushed even though the restaurant was full.

Support staff was also VERY attentive, efficient and welcoming. Again, without our feeling rushed. Delightful experience. Highly recommended. The staff was incredibly friendly and solicitous. The food was really tasty — tried the meatballs and the gnocchi and both Another amazing dinner and a fabulous server named Jason!

I had their twist on shrimp and grits where the grits were made into a fritter! The wife has Tuna My son is obsessed with Chicken parmigiana so much his girlfriend ordered a catering tray for his birthday!

This is some amazing Chicken Parmigiana! We are NJ We stopped in for breakfast. The food was good and served warm. Specialty biscuits in the menu, but you would do well ordering a biscuit and using the toppings Our first night in our new home town and we walked over to try this place. We met our server Joel and he was excellent!

Very nice and very friendly within a Kind of a diner Food was fantastic!!!! The owner joked with me when I arrived and remembered my name when he said goodnight when we left. Our server was attentive, My wife surprised me with a beautiful weekend getaway for my birthday. We came across this outstanding restaurant, and had a breakfast you won’t believe Scallops with cream corn and butter beans are divine. Shrimp and grits were delish, fried whole okra was unique and appeasing. Peanut butter pie was excellent Found this little out of the mainstream eatery via Only in South Carolina!

Finally a place with none of the usual fried food baskets! We had the Almost Gorgonzola pizza was phenomenal. Fresh salad, and the cheese knots were to die for. My favorite thing was the meatballs.

Good food. Thank you for the Tuesday night burger special. Service was good and they were honest about their staff shortage and that the food may take a lil An excellent eating experience that served everything fresh. I was especially in tuned with the modest selection of raw oysters, but have your coins at the Had a really good Chicago Italian beef sandwich loaded with cheese.

The bread was very soft and perfect for the sandwich. It also had giardiniera on it which This was a remarkable surprise. Provided a relaxing end of the day with a delicious cheese board. The staff was very knowledgeable about available wine with great suggestions for a first Super delicious food.

Had the lemongrass chicken bahn mi and cauliflower bahn mi with the vietnamese iced coffee. Employees were helpful and friendly. Had the prime rib sandwich and the the Lobster roll!!

Both incredibly good!! We shared them and had wine. Adam was terrific! Our first time. A must!! Love Sunrise Bristo! Nice atmosphere…very relaxing! Awesome coffee bar! Delicious, unique and Great spot for a quality lunch or dinner! Can’t decide which I like best as both menus are amazing! There is plenty of room for seating, but seats fill up The location is beautiful! Our service was impeccable. The beet salad was soo good. The ribeye was to die for. Nothing needed when eating.

The ckam chowder was Great place! Staff was very helpful and the food was phenomenal! Brisket was some of the best I’ve ever had Solid food all around!

Plenty of options for everyone. Great spot for families or hanging out with friends. We loved it and always make sure to stop in when Our experience at Gala was as delicious as their house-made mango sorbet!

The building was clean with bright, kind staff members and a large case of appealing It was our first time here and we had breakfast with our family this morning.

 
 

– The 30 Best Restaurants in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina – Oct Selection by Restaurantji

 
 

Our updated gourmet guide brings you some old favourites and some new hot-spots to check out. One of the most iconic venues not only in Mount Pleasant but also in the whole area is certainly the Old Village Post House , a part-tavern, part-inn venue that has a history going back to the early years of the town. Old Village Post House is a place to unwind and enjoy a great selection of food and drinks; and while the menu is rather concise it focuses on quality rather than quantity.

The restaurant is a charming venue with delectable seafood, vegetarian and some gluten-free dishes. As autumn arrives, special treats appear on their menu such as balsamic braised short ribs as well as butternut squash soup, something not to miss out. A cheerful, friendly welcome is guaranteed and the rustic vibe with this personal touch makes guests feel at home yet taken care of.

Food-wise, the selection is great for healthy sandwiches, panini or salads. Pickled Palate is not a gourmet spot, but what they offer is first-rate nonetheless. The setting is minimal, but this is quickly forgotten once you experience the impeccably authentic dishes and Japanese cordiality.

Expect a great choice of options, from sushi, nigiri, tempura chicken and the delicious hibachi plates, and as for dessert why not sample the unusual tempura cheesecake with chocolate syrup. Sushi Taro is an affordable fine dining place an expert in great sushi, and a favourite with Mount Pleasant foodies. We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements.

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Featuring American fusion cuisine, Crave uses locally procured ingredients, while also being sensitive to healthy nutrition, making the restaurant a real paradise for gluten-free eaters. Old Village Post House One of the most iconic venues not only in Mount Pleasant but also in the whole area is certainly the Old Village Post House , a part-tavern, part-inn venue that has a history going back to the early years of the town.

A place which has managed to elevate typical pub food to a higher level, Coleman Public House is an upscale yet casual dining venue with a spotless reputation when it comes to the quality of the dishes. What makes Coleman Public House a must-visit destination, however, is their outstanding collection of beer on-tap. CPH, as it is popularly shortened to, is a welcoming place with minimalistic but artsy design, where all the focus is on serving great food and ensuring a great mood.

Cafe, American. Their autumn treat is certainly the pumpkin pancakes, while the much-loved Southern Benedict is served all-year long.

The menu is diverse and filled with signature dishes like the Hell Burger, DIY burgers or classics like country-fried steak. Come for breakfast, lunch or dinner, but whenever you come make sure you are hungry, as portions are generous and options are many. The setting is simple, with wooden furniture and dining booths indoors and a lovely terrace outdoors with an all-embracing friendly vibe.

Pickled Palate. The food selection is seasonal, and at Red Drum they believe that each dish has its perfect partner; hence they boast an outstanding wine selection ranging from accessible samples to old rarities.

Aside from wines, the venue was also named as the Best Places in America to Have a Beer; thus, Red Drum is a real gastro-pub, merging great food and great drinks with live music. Sushi Taro. With welcoming indoor and outdoor seating the stunning views over the fish boats and the vibrant port are surely unbeatable. Give us feedback. Cookies Policy We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements.