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Dining Around Town
Charleston offers an abundance of world-class dining establishments near our luxury boutique hotel. Make sure to visit some of our favorites while staying at our luxury hotel! The French Quarter Inn’s Concierge Team will be delighted to assist with reservations.
– Photo courtesy of The Macintosh Restaurant
The Macintosh Restaurant479B King Street • 843-737-0112
The Macintosh offers a soulful menu inspired by Charleston-native and executive chef, Jeremiah Bacon. Bacon’s local-first philosophy and long standing relationships with Lowcountry farmers and purveyors creates an original menu of classic and seasonal favorites.
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82 Queen82 Queen Street • 843-723-7591
82 Queen is a wonderful fine dining experience, which is capped off by its divine ambience. We recommend its famous shrimp and grits and the she-crab soup. An added bonus is that the Elliott House Inn actually has a room service option from this wonderful establishment.
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Husk76 Queen Street • 843-577-2500
Charleston’s highly acclaimed restaurant and recently named #1 New Restaurant in the United States by Esquire and Bon Appetite. Husk’s 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 Charleston.
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O-Ku Japanese Restaurant463 King Street • 843-737-0112
Lowcountry fare takes an exotic turn east at O-Ku on Charleston’s bustling upper King Street. The restaurant celebrates authentic Asian cuisine with a contemporary twist that focuses on unique ingredients and sophisticated presentation.
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Poogan’s Porch72 Queen Street • 843-577-2337
Poogan’s Porch is a Charleston classic that opened its doors in the late 1970s. Visited by famous celebrities from all around the globe, it is known for its charming atmosphere and simply wonderful southern traditional food. We highly recommend the Shrimp Po’ Boy, or the fried chicken.
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OAK Steakhouse17 Broad Street • 843-722-4220
Oak Steakhouse showcases world-class American cuisine in an elegant setting that captures the essence of fine dining in Charleston. Oak presents an inspired selection of Certified Angus Beef steaks, seafood specialties and vegetarian dishes featuring regional ingredients from Lowcountry farmers and fishermen.
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High Cotton199 East Bay Street • 843-724-3815
High Cotton offers gracious, knowledgeable servers, expertly prepared dishes and a remarkable wine and cocktail program. Meats, game, seafood and produce are the freshest local ingredients, expertly crafted into the most delicious Lowcountry dishes.
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Slightly North of Broad192 East Bay Street • 843-723-3424
An eclectic Lowcountry bistro, that brings together an abundance of local ingredients and thoughtful, expert presentation with a friendly, contagious energy.
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Circa 1886149 Wentworth Street • 843-853-7828
Circa 1886 is a hidden gem tucked in a carriage house on Wentworth Street. This restaurant offers a truly unique menu crafted by Chef Marc Collins. Always highlighting what is local and in season, Chef Collins puts a distinctive spin on classic dishes rooted in Charleston, with the influences brought from the Caribbean islands and Africa. From an incredible, seasonally-inspired menu, to flawless service and an extensive wine list, Circa 1886 promises a phenomenal dining experience.
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Kitchen 208208 King Street • 843-725-7208
Set in the center of historic King Street, Kitchen 208 Restaurant serves a fresh, whimsical variety of breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch items. Enjoy a casual meal in the bright, open dining room or take a seat on the street side patio for an outdoor dining experience.