Some of our recent blogs have discussed Charleston’s awards and rankings from sources such as Forbes and Condé Nast Traveler. We’ve also tried to explain (from a Realtor’s perspective) why so many people want to live in our historic port city. At The Keadle Group, we thought this might be a great opportunity to hear firsthand from residents, visitors, past clients, colleagues, and friends about their favorite places and traditions in Charleston.
We’ve come up with a list of what we think are the best local restaurants. You’ll find the full list below, and we’d love your input! We’d also love to hear if there are any great places we haven’t listed. By all means, this is a list that should continue to grow with suggestions from readers. We’ll also be collecting feedback on our social media accounts, so you can also share on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and LinkedIn.
Best Charleston Restaurants
Use the Comments section below to vote for your favorite foodie spot. Or, add a suggestion!
Circa 1886 | FIG | Halls Chophouse | Hominy Grill | Husk | Fleet Landing | High Cotton | Kitchen 208 | Magnolias | Oak Steakhouse | Poogan’s Porch | Rue de Jean | Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B)
Another Broken Egg Café | Locals | Old Village Post House | Page’s Okra Grill | SOL Southwest Kitchen | Tavern & Table | Village Bakery
Bohemian Bull | Kickin’ Chicken | Ladles Soups | Low Down Oven and Bar | Melvin’s BBQ | Roadside Seafood | Smoky Oak Taproom
Fat Hen | The Loophole | Maria’s Mexican Grill | Tattooed Moose | Wild Olive
Boxcar Betty’s | East Bay Deli | The Glass Onion | The Green Goat | Red Orchids China Bistro | Sesame Burgers | Swig and Swine | Triangle Char and Bar