Enjoy refined lowcountry cuisine at a Victorian mansion in Charleston’s historic King Street neighborhood. Pull up a porch seat and relax with a glass of wine and crab toast with caviar(!), or opt for a romantic dinner in the dining room of this charming Queen Street outpost.
Equipped with a chef’s counter and a 40-seat dining room, the former Two Boroughs Larder space has been revamped with Chef Tres Jackson’s latest eatery. The vegetable-forward menu includes delightful combinations, like the root vegetable bolognese, which is served with ricotta gnocchi and crème fraîche. Best of all, the menu changes almost daily.
Chef Brannon Florie imparts a lowcountry twist on his New American eatery, The Granary. Southern staples, like smoked barbecue-spiced pork chop, and Shem Creek shrimp and grits, are sourced with local, seasonal ingredients– and always done right.