- OTOpenTable DinerWashington, D.C. Area •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoThis has to be one of Augusta best restaurants in the city. The service was amazing. The staff and servers went above and beyond to accommodate us. I highly recommend dining here as a couple of small group. You will have a great dining experience.More infoFrog Hollow TavernPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Downtown Augusta•4.8
- TTrainingvipAtlanta Metro •18 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoThe owner was shucking oysters and very personable. Service from Sara was great and food was first rate. It was the first time I’d eaten there or stayed in this area. I’ll be back!More infoBecksPrice: Moderate• American• Summerville•4.8
- BBertSouth Carolina •1 review5.0Dined on Nov 25, 2023Had a wonderful dinner at Brinkleys tonight! Staff is friendly and attentive, steaks were cooked to perfection, and flavor was on point! The bartenders were wonderful and served some delicious and creative cocktails. Will definitely be back!More infoBrinkley's Chop HousePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• North Augusta•4.7
- CCarolineAtlanta Metro •2 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 23, 2023Upon exiting the parking lot following the 1 PM seating on Thanksgiving, it would have been helpful to have an attendant at the parking lot booth to help us with scanning our code.More infoAugustino's at the Augusta MarriottPrice: Expensive• Italian• Downtown Augusta•4.6
- CClydeAtlanta Metro •1 review5.0Dined on Nov 21, 2023First time was a winner! Server made excellent suggestions. Drinks, appetizer, entrees & desserts were great! Will be back! Minor suggestion-wish smaller portions were available-we had a lot leftover!More infoPineapple Ink TavernPrice: Moderate• Cuban• Downtown Augusta•4.7
11 stellar special-occasion restaurants in Charleston
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.
The best places to grab a drink in Charleston
Charleston’s best bars range from high-end cocktail lounges to charming wine bars and tried-and-true neighborhood escapes.
Charleston’s 9 best outdoor dining setups
Charleston’s best restaurants for outdoor dining come with breathtaking views, scenic streetside tables, and charming patios.
Charleston’s 8 Greatest Restaurants
Together, these old and new restaurants offer a snapshot of the best of Charleston dining right now.
8 romantic restaurants in Charleston for every kind of date
Romance fills Charleston’s cobblestone streets, candlelit verandas, and fiery sunsets. That signature Lowcountry charm also distinguishes the city’s best date-night restaurants. At an oyster bar on King Street, window seats and fried fish baskets take the edge off first-date jitters. For a transportive evening complete with lamb kebabs and anise cocktails, couples hit one of the area’s only Lebanese restaurants. A classic steakhouse in a restored bank makes an elegant backdrop for an unforgettable proposal. There’s a table for every kind of date night in one of the South’s most scenic cities. Read on for a guide to 8 Charleston restaurants ready to host your next romantic occasion.
6 New Restaurants to Book in Charleston This Spring
What defines Southern hospitality more than a steaming communal table of Lowcountry boil or shrimp and grits? While those standbys, fueled by the bounty of the surrounding creeks and rivers, still form the soul of Charleston dining, the Holy City is expanding its culinary universe. These new restaurants, ranging from the city’s only food hall to an Indian fusion restaurant, pay tribute to Charleston’s history while increasing its global appeal.
Discover North Augusta
North Augusta sits along the Savannah River. It’s home to a glorious variety of restaurants, cafes, and diners and has a small-town feel with plenty of charm. The town offers a great selection of food. You could have delicious French cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner or take your pick from the assortment of seafood restaurants. Classic favorites are abundant in the city’s many American restaurants or steakhouses found in the area. If it’s comfort food you’re craving, local restaurants offer delicious Southern food with genuine Southern charm. You can find shrimp and grits, macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, Southern sweet tea, and another local favorite, cornbread!
Frequently asked questions
The best reviewed restaurant in North Augusta is Brinkley's Chop House