Hyman’s seafood is an institution in Charleston. Visited by celebrities, luminaries and regular folks alike, they’ve been voted as best seafood in the Southeast by Southern Living 9 years running.
A.W. Shuck’s Seafood & Oysters
Located in the historic City Market, A.W. Shuck’s is an excellent choice for a plate of fried shrimp, a dozen oysters or a pitcher of beer. Some of their most popular dishes include their stuffed shrimp and she-crab soup.
A fine dining establishment located in the French Quarter, 82 Queen has an award-winning wine list and focuses on fresh, local ingredients. Their Lowcountry cuisine has French, African, Caribbean and Anglo-Saxon influences.
S.N.O.B. – Slightly North of Broad
Nestled in downtown Charleston, Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B.) is an eclectic Lowcountry bistro that brings together an abundance of local ingredients and thoughtful, expert presentation with a friendly, contagious energy.
High Cotton Charleston
A wonderful Charleston dining experience with an excellent wine selection, High Cotton Charleston has well-trained and gracious staff paired with a creative menu.