Photo courtesy of Halls Chophouse


The Resy Guide to Charleston Steakhouses


There aren’t many better nights out than a self-paced, comfortable steak dinner. In the Charleston area, it can be indulgent and romantic, like at Halls’, or casual and no-pressure, like at Breck’s. And even when you’re not at a steakhouse, per se, you can still find knockout cuts at places like Vern’s downtown.

But it all starts with a Resy, so take a look at our guide and get that table now.

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