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Peninsula Grill

112 North Market Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


Haute cuisine and high spirits. Steaks and chops, fish and oysters, champagne and lobster. And proper cocktails, served with style each evening by chef/partner Robert Carter and staff. The atmosphere is sophisticated and clubby, not formal, Walls are covered in rich velvet with antique Cyprus woodwork, 19th-century oil paintings and contemporary renderings of local plantation life. Beyond the room are views of the lush Garden Courtyard and reflecting pool. Experience the acclaimed fare of four-star Peninsula Grill.


102 N. Market Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


Mercato infuses Charleston's historic City Market area with an infectious dose of gastronomic la dolce vita. The swank, spirited Italian restaurant at 102 N. Market Street, contiguous to the Planters Inn, will represent a partnership between hotelier / restaurateur Hank Holliday, and his long-time friends and business associates Steve and Kat Varn. Mercato will also be characterized by the reunion of Holliday Companies veterans, Jacques Larson as executive chef and Bradford Bobbitt as general manager. Both were part of the opening team for the company's internationally celebrated Peninsula Grill. The restaurant's two levels are framed by richly hued Venetian plaster walls, while the banquettes and chairs are covered with Italian leather in those same comforting browns and Tuscan reds. Everywhere, the effective use of warmly glowing, flattering light, will illuminate a menu designed to appeal to those in the mood for a light bite at the bar.

Mostly Seafood

23 Ocean Lane Hilton Head, SC United States, 29928


For a very special evening, try our highly acclaimed gourmet restaurant, Mostly Seafood. Superb cuisine featuring the freshest local seafood choices along with a wide variety of beef and chicken specialties will make this a very special evening.

Robert's of Charleston

182 East Bay Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


If you want to dine with an unforgettable evening in Historic Charleston then Robert's of Charleston, established in 1976, is the restaurant for you. Tucked back from Charleston's restaurant row on East Bay Street, you are greeted by Robert's manager/son-in-law, fine grand piano music and Robert's artwork silhouetting the beautiful cozy sunset-shaded walls. You and your guests embark on an extraordinary well-planned and delicious prix-fixe 5-course dinner with wines at 7:30 pm. Seated, wine is plentifully poured and hot bread is served. Robert, a vocal locomotive, emerges from the kitchen singing, "Food Glorious Food" from the musical "Oliver". Robert chats at tableside as his daughter/chef sees to your next course. You overhear locals say, "Why didn't we do this sooner," as they savor every morsel. The dinner and music are like no other in Charleston. Robert's is, in itself, a reason to celebrate. Dietary needs accommodated with notice. We sing to birthdays and anniversaries.

Red Drum Gastropub

803 Coleman Boulevard Mt. Pleasant, SC United States, 29464


As featured in the New York Times, Red Drum deftly infuses local seafood and low country traditions with the robust flavors of southwest cuisine. Presided over by Chef Ben Berryhill, Barman Charlie Chance and Pastry Chef Lauren Mitterer the Red Drum has become Charleston’s hot spot for food and drink. Stop by the bar and watch the scene or reserve ahead for dining in the pub room, outside on the patio or at a highly sought after table in the main dining room. A beautiful wine cave hosts private dinners and an extensive wine collection. Signature dishes include Crabmeat and Avocado with Red Jalapeno Salsa, Sea Scallops and Grits with Cascabel Chile Sauce, and Hot Buttered Rum Cake. The Red Drum proudly features 15 beers on tap, hand crafted margaritas and live music. Gastropub (N); The rather clumsy term for a pub that puts as much thought into the food it serves as the beer it dispenses.

Red Fish Restaurant

8 Archer Road Hilton Head, SC United States, 29928


Red Fish specializes in excellent seafood and steaks with an upbeat Caribbean/Asian flair. A recipient of Wine Spectator Magazine's Best of Award of Excellence since 2001, Red Fish offers over 1300 wines from around the world for you to choose in our retail shop to enjoy with your meal (with a small corkage fee) or to take home.

Elizabeth on 37th

105 E. 37th Street Savannah, GA United States, 31401


Southern hospitality, fine coastal cuisine, and well-chosen wines in a comfortable, elegant 1900 mansion have made Elizabeth on 37th a favorite destination in Savannah for 24 years. Inspired by Chef Elizabeth Terry, Elizabeth on 37th continues to serve a sumptuous combination of traditional and innovative dishes, directed by Chef Kelly Yambor. The wine program and service staff are led by owners Greg and Gary Butch. Elizabeth on 37th is located in the Victorian District. The mansion, built for a cotton broker, is decorated with historic Savannah colors and patterns, fresh flowers, original paintings and ceramics, and is entered through fragrant herb gardens. *For parties larger than 8, please contact the restaurant for availability via phone or email. Thank you.*

Local 11 Ten

1110 Bull Street Savannah, GA United States, 31401


Housed in the restored and renovated old Savannah Bank off Forsyth Park, Local 11 Ten features southern European cuisine prepared daily by Chef Keith Latture, formerly of The Ritz Carlton Company. Chef Latture's menu will change as often as the local ingredients he finds from area farmers, gamers, fishermen and dairy producers. Infusing traditions and techniques from southern Italy, France and Spain, Latture will transform the daily meal for Savannah residents and guests. Dine from a banquette inside looking out at the oaks or a chair in the courtyard under the palms; sip in the corked bank vault room or at the bar on leather benches. Enjoy your neighbors, meet new friends and experience fine, fresh, local ingredients prepared by an experienced and truly talented master.

Il Pasticcio

2 E. Broughton Savannah, GA United States, 31401


'This restaurant is one of the city's most popular dining spots. In a postmodern style, with big windows and a high ceiling, it has a definite big-city style. A rotisserie turns out specialties. Many locals come here just for the pasta dishes, all homemade and served with savory sauces. Begin with carpaccio (thinly sliced beef tenderloin) or a tricolor salad of radicchio, endive, and arugula. Main dishes are likely to feature a mixed-grill seafood platter or grilled fish steak with tricolor roasted sweet peppers.'-Frommer's

700 Drayton

700 Drayton Street Savannah, GA United States, 31401


Victorian elegance of the past combined with the Bohemian art of today, 700 Drayton captives a unique setting of distinct worldly charm with the warmth and comfort of Historic Savannah. The signature restaurant features eight separate dining rooms, two breathtaking bars featuring Casmir's Lounge and panoramic views of Forsyth Park from Casmir's Terrace. Combines with the genius of an International culinary team and service unsurpassed, 700 Drayton's menus are gourmand delights of traditional American cuisine.

Chart House Restaurant - Savannah

202 West Bay Street Savannah, GA United States, 31401


Located across the street from the Savannah River in the historic downtown area, Chart House is situated in the oldest masonry building in the state of Georgia. Combine the extraordinary setting with outstanding cuisine & it’s not hard to see why the restaurant is a longtime favorite. Since 1961, Chart House has been dedicated to providing the ideal dining experience. With 25 historic, waterfront & showcase locations across the U.S., Chart House offers spectacular views & exceptional service that you’re sure to enjoy. From top-of-the-catch seafood to succulent steaks, our renowned chefs have tailored a menu to complement local cuisine while introducing a hint of the exotic. Choose from our famous entrées such as Snapper Hemingway, Shrimp Fresca & our slow roasted Prime Rib. We also offer a daily selection of fresh fish, an extensive collection of fine wines & whiskies, & decadent desserts like our famous Hot Chocolate Lava Cake.

The Pirates' House

20 East Broad Street Savannah, GA United States, 31401


The entire family is sure to enjoy Savannah's most intriguing & historic restaurant. At the Pirates' House, our most precious treasure is the food. Situated in Trustees Garden, merely a scant block from the Savannah River, the Famous Pirates' House is the most historic spot in Georgia. The Herb House, erected in 1734, located inside the Pirates' House, is said to be the oldest house in Georgia. The Pirates' House first opened in 1753 as an inn for seafarers and fast became a meeting point for blood-thirsty pirates & sailors. Enthusiastically recommended by AAA, Food & Wine and Redbook.

Sapphire Grill

110 W. St. Julian Street Savannah, GA United States, 31401


One of the city's most consistently stylish restaurants evokes a low-key, counterculture bistro, but its cuisine is grander and more cutting-edge than its industrial-looking decor and its level of hipness would imply. Wrapped in warm brick and cool steel, the Sapphire Grill has steeped itself in a history of fine culinary tradition. Christopher Nason is the owner and the most talked about chef of the moment in Savannah, preparing what he defines as a "coastal cuisine" based on seafood hauled in, usually on the day of its preparation, from nearby waters.

Pearl's Saltwater Grille

7000 La Roche Avenue Savannah, GA United States, 31406


Fresh Seafood and Choice Steaks ….enjoyed overlooking the Herb River Nestled in the heart of Sandfly lies one of the most closely guarded secrets when it comes to seafood restaurants. Pearl's Saltwater Grille has been a local favorite for more than twenty years. Enjoy the Spectacular view of the Georgia coastline and the wild life that inhabits the marshlands while you dine.

Hank's Seafood Restaurant

10 Hayne Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


Hank's Seafood Restaurant is located in a turn of the century warehouse overlooking the historic district. This restaurant recreates a Classic Charleston Fish House with an old fashioned saloon style bar and an exhibition raw bar.

Harbourmaster's Ocean Grill

1 Shelter Cove Lane Hilton Head, SC United States, 29925


Shelter Cove Harbour twinkles at night - and you'll have the best view at Ocean Grille. The restaurant is located at the waterfront entrance to the marina, where the brazen colors of nightly sunsets dance across stately boats. Join our barkeep Alan for Happy Hour and a view of the marina at the Harbourmaster's Bar. Quite simply, if you are in the mood a fresh approach to waterfront dining with a killer view- Ocean Grille is the place for you!

High Cotton

199 East Bay Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


Welcome to pure Charleston. Our menu is hearty and southern, featuring regional favorites, steak, game and fresh seafood, all prepared with the famous Maverick artistry. We're also known for our award-winning wine list and irresistible desserts. Don't miss the High Cotton bar with live music nightly and Sunday brunch.


442 King Street Charleston, SC United States, 29403


Named "Best New Restaurant" in 2001 by City Paper, Fish offers fresh, Local seafood in an elegant, yet friendly environment. Their commitment to the highest quality food & service makes them a favorite with both locals & visitors to Charleston. The menu changes with the seasons, allowing them to offer the freshest seafood, meats & local produce as they become available.

Cypress - A Lowcountry Grille

167 East Bay Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


Chef Donald Barickman & Hospitality Management Group present their newest venture, Cypress Lowcountry Grille, located in the heart of Charleston’s historic district & featuring fresh interpretations of classic Lowcountry Cuisine. Chef Barickman & Executive Chef Craig Deihl have created a menu highlighting the rich bounty of Lowcountry from the waters to the farmlands. An authentic wood-burning grill, a prominent feature of the open kitchen, influences the cuisine & adds flavor to the meats, fish & vegetable dishes. Tableside presentations & made-to-order dessert soufflés add a dramatic touch to the Cypress experience. The historic building, circa 1834, has been transformed into a modern, elegantly chic interior while retaining such historic architectural details as exposed brick walls & soaring ceilings. Cypress demonstrates its commitment to the enjoyment & appreciation of fine wines with it’s stunning 21?by 21?wine wall housing over 4,000 bottles from all over the world.


185 East Bay Street Charleston, SC United States, 29401


Charleston's most popular restaurant is located at the site of the city's original Customs House (circa 1739). Magnolia's setting is a blend of historic charm & contemporary excitement. The uptown American cuisine with the down south flavor offers a wide variety of your favorite menu items only as Chef Donald Barickman and his associate chefs can prepare them.

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