- BDBroDinerSouth Carolina •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoWe drove 4 hours round trip for dinner at Sobys and a concert later. The dinner was great! Food was delicious and our server was delightful. Thank goodness for the meal. It made our drive worthwhile because the concert was very disappointing😱More infoSoby's$$$$Price: Moderate• Contemporary American• Greenville•4.7
- TSToddSSouth Carolina •4 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoOur Anniversary dinner did not disappoint!!! Our favorite server Amy made it more special! The food, drinks and service can’t be beat!!!! Thank you for making our 34th celebration and the start to year 35 extra special!!! See you in 2 weeks Amy with our crew for a family birthday celebration!!!More infoRick Erwin's Clemson$$$$Price: Expensive• American• Clemson / Central•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerSouth Carolina •1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoOur reservations were for 5:15 and when we got there , not many of the tables were taken. They wanted to put us up stairs and my husband asked if we could sit down stairs and they did sit us in a booth. They have a table for two right near the stairs, which is really out of the way and they tried to put us there on one of our visits. I don’t get that they always try to put us at the worst tables. Besides that the food was really good.More infoSullivan's Metropolitan Grill$$$$Price: Expensive• American• Anderson•4.8
- LMLeighMSouth Carolina •8 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoService was superb. Very engaging server and management. Sushi was delicious. Highly recommend MaKi and will be returning soon.More infoMaKi Sushi Bar & Bistro$$$$Price: Moderate• Japanese• Anderson•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinerLos Angeles •1 review5.0Dined 7 days agoLoved my experience here! Such a beautiful place and we loved overlooking the city. The tacos were amazing! I got a naked and famous and loved it. Our server was attentive and nice, but we had to wait for water a couple of times and we are eating the jambalaya which was spicy!More infoJuniper$$$$Price: Expensive• American• Greenville•4.3
12 quintessential date-night restaurants in Charleston
Charleston’s cobblestone streets and candlelit verandas scream romance, and that Lowcountry charm also defines its best date-night restaurants. Window seats and fried fish baskets take the edge off first-date nerves at an oyster bar. For dinner and dancing, there’s a multi-level hotspot with killer sunset views. Proposals mean a nautical dining room at a waterfront beauty. This guide pairs Charleston restaurants with romantic occasions from first dates all the way to milestone anniversaries. These are Charleston’s 12 best date-night restaurants.
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Charleston’s got a celebratory soul, and food is practically a religion here. Which explains why its special-occasion restaurants are forces to be reckoned with. While many of its most festive restaurants are in its historic downtown, surrounded by views of horse-drawn carriages and cobblestone streets, others are on some of the smaller islands, complete with stunning coastal views. Whether you’re ringing in a birthday, anniversary, promotion, or simply just because, the city’s thriving restaurant scene has the ideal spot. Read on for a guide to 11 special-occasion worthy restaurants in Charleston to book now.
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Charleston’s best restaurants for outdoor dining come with breathtaking views, scenic streetside tables, and charming patios.
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Whether you're looking for a plate full of stick-to-your-ribs Carolina barbecue or an amazing selection of fresh sushi and gourmet Asian flare, Clemson will not disappoint. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Clemson is a melting pot of timeless southern cooking and creative modern cuisine. A trip to this quaint college town would not be complete without sampling some low country boil eaten right off the table of one of the local casual dining restaurants. You can enjoy having raw oysters shucked right in front of you at an oyster bar. Try a famous hot dog for a quick but satisfying, bite to eat. From authentic Mexican dishes to homemade pizza, Clemson has it all.
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