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Restaurants near Secessionville Historic District

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60 restaurants available nearby

A photo of The Establishment restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(1832)
$$$$
• Seafood • Downtown Charleston
Booked 20 times today
Everything at The Establishment begins with well-sourced ingredients from sea and field. Through developing relationships with local farmers and fishermen, our ingredients will be consistently seasonal, fresh, and pure. Chef Elliott Howell's menu will always reflect a clean, focused, and balanced approach, delivering a selection of thoughtful and refined cuisine.
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4.6
Exceptional(4749)
$$$$
• Steakhouse • Downtown Charleston
Booked 45 times today
Oak Steakhouse presents an exquisite selection of succulent signature cuts of PRIME Certified Angus Beef such as the Dry Age Bone-In Ribeye. Seafood specialties include Local Seasonal Market Catch, Oysters Rockefeller or Oysters on the Half Shell. With house specialties along with vegetarian options, Executive Chef Jeremy Waybright executes the Farm to Table concept sourcing ingredients from local farmers and fisherman for their menu whenever possible. Specialty Crafted Cocktails, Martinis and an extensive wine selection artfully complement the restaurant's unique historical setting located in the quiet South of Broad neighborhood.
A photo of Brasserie la Banque restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(433)
$$$$
• French • Downtown Charleston
Booked 21 times today
Brasserie la Banque is a neighborhood French restaurant situated in historic downtown Charleston, SC. Paying homage to traditional French cuisine in a lively and welcoming environment. Led by owner and industry veteran Steve Palmer of Indigo Road Hospitality Group, the restaurant is a culmination of Palmer’s work and his passion for the classic French brasserie and its cuisine. The menu features a selection of traditional French dishes alongside more innovative fare. Aptly named for its previous role as a city bank, Brasserie la Banque is located within the iconic 1 Broad Street corner building that dates back to the 1700s.
A photo of Jalisco Taqueria & Tequila restaurant
4.1
Excellent(3)
$$$$
• Mexican • James Island
We chose to name our restaurant after the iconic coastal state of Jalisco, Mexico- a special place viewed as an emblem of Mexican culture, history and cuisine. Seafood, pork and beef are essential in Jalisco’s culinary scene and we’ve brought the authentic recipes to James Island. Jalisco and South Carolina are both coastal states and you will find seafood as an important staple in cuisine. We honor the traditions of where this food started, using fresh, local ingredients to make traditional dishes that are savory and delicious. Chef Michael Harvey has assembled a team that is passionate about cooking this cuisine and bringing ideas to Charleston that exemplify Jalisco, MX. Our bartenders enjoy crafting fresh margaritas using simple organic ingredients. Our tequila selection is as varied and diverse as Jalisco. We offer many different flight options to try these different tequilas. We have plenty of outdoor patio space, cornhole, foosball and an area to let the kids be kids.
A photo of Oku Sushi Bar restaurant
$$$$
• Sushi • Bahamas
Booked 1 time today
Coming Soon!
A photo of Church and Union - Charleston restaurant
4.5
Awesome(6525)
$$$$
• American • Downtown Charleston
Booked 131 times today
A 5th Street Group Concept. New American cuisine served in a casual yet refined atmosphere. Cutting edge design, stellar service, and world class food by Top Chef Alum Jamie Lynch and Executive Chef Alex Spencer are all to be expected.
A photo of Husk - Charleston restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(14050)
$$$$
• American • Downtown Charleston
Booked 102 times today
Centrally located in historic downtown Charleston, Husk transforms the essence of Southern cuisine. Led by Executive Chef Ray England, the kitchen reinterprets the bounty of the surrounding area, exploring an ingredient-driven cuisine that begins in the rediscovery of heirloom products and redefines what it means to cook and eat in the Lowcountry. At Husk, there are some rules about what can go on the plate – if it doesn’t come from the South, it’s not coming through the door. Much like the décor that inhabits this historic Victorian-era home, the food is modern in style and interpretation. The restaurant is as casual as it is chic, evoking a way of life centered on seasonality and the grand traditions of Charleston life. It is a neighborhood gathering place for friends, and a destination dining spot for travelers seeking an award-winning taste of the South.
A photo of Peninsula Grill restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(6795)
$$$$
• American • Downtown Charleston
Booked 38 times today
This AAA Four-Diamond restaurant located in the very heart of Charleston’s famed Historic District has been recognized by Departures, Condé Nast Traveler, Food & Wine, The New York Times, Southern Living, Travel + Leisure, Wine Spectator, and others for serving the finest and freshest ingredients sourced locally and globally. With velvet-lined walls in shimmering oyster tones, woven seagrass, and indigenous cypress molding, the Peninsula Grill Dining Room ambiance is supper club sumptuousness. The Peninsula Grill Champagne Bar is an intimate jewel box space that offers several outstanding champagnes by the glass and a delicious bar menu.Peninsula Grill is a proud member of Relais & Châteaux, an exclusive collection of restaurants and hotels in romantic destinations around the world. Business casual attire. Online Reservations are only for the Main Dining Room, Please call to book an outdoor table.
A photo of Tempest restaurant
4.5
Awesome(1654)
$$$$
• Seafood • Downtown Charleston
Booked 31 times today
USA Today 10Best, #1 Best New Restaurant in the Country. Upscale seafood restaurant, located on historic Market Street next to sister location, Church and Union Charleston. Tempest features hyper-local, sustainable South Atlantic seafood, with a seasonal menu curated by Chef Adam Hodgson and Bravo Top Chef Alum Chef Jamie Lynch Tempest's noteworthy raw and roast menu features both chilled and charcoal roasted options that will be prepared on a Mibrasa charcoal oven. The Mibrasa cultivates a subtle smoke flavor without compromising the integrity of the seafood and roasted selections. Impressive single, double and three tier Seafood Towers are also featured. Boasting a selection of seafood-friendly Old-World wines, along with hand-picked gins, rums and bourbons.
A photo of Indaco restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(2911)
$$$$
• Italian • Downtown Charleston
Booked 53 times today
Located on Charleston’s Upper King Street, Indaco (Italian for “indigo”) serves rustic Italian cuisine by Executive Chef Mark Bolchoz. Wood-fired pizzas, hand-crafted pastas, housemade salami and cured sausages fill the restaurant’s menu which can be enjoyed family-style or a la carte. With community tables, an open kitchen, and a comfortable atmosphere, Indaco can accommodate 100 guests for a casual night of food and drinks. The wine list is focused on affordable Italian varietals, cocktails on tap, and the fresh sodas are made in-house.The massive wooden doors on Upper King Street are your first indication that Indaco is different from the typical Charleston restaurant. Rustic details continue inside with butcherblock tables, lime-wash walls, and white brick. An open kitchen with nearby community tables lets interested diners keep an eye on the action inside the kitchen. Outside, a patio puts you streetside to watch Upper King Street’s vibrant nightlife scene.
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