Special thanks to Julie Arnheim, one of our fabulous Conference Mentors, for putting this comprehensive list of nearby Charleston restaurants!
Consistently given high praise is Hall’s Chophouse at 434 King [http://hallschophouse.com/], but it is pricey.
FIG (Food is Good) at 232 Meeting [http://www.eatatfig.com/] should be renamed FIE (Food is EXCELLENT). Reservations are hard to come by, so reserve well in advance.
HoM at 563 King [http://www.homcharleston.com/
The Macintosh at 479B King [http://www.
Indaco at 526 King at Woolfe [http://www.indacocharleston.
Peninsula Grill at 112 N. Market [https://www.peninsulagrill.
Saffron Cafe & Bakery at 333 E. Bay [http://eatatsaffron.com/] and Kaminsky’s Most Excellent Cafe at 78 N. Market [http://www.kaminskys.com/] offer a multiplicity of desserts to choose from in case you didn’t get enough sugar elsewhere. Kaminsky’s stays open late.
Remain longer in our fair city after the conference and enjoy Sunday brunch with new or old friends at the Palmetto Garden Room of the Charleston Place Hotel at 224 King [http://
The restaurant trio of Magnolia’s, Blossom, and Cypress side-by-side on E. Bay near Broad [http://www.magnolias-blossom-
There is nothing like Pearlz Oyster Bar at 153 E. Bay [http://www.pearlzoysterbar.
Reserve ahead in many Charleston restaurants through Open Table [ http://www.opentable.com/sc/