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Charleston’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

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Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Charleston? You’re in the right spot.

From an exciting Chinese restaurant in NoMo to a buzzy tavern helmed by an old FIG chef, we have you covered with this continuously updated list of hot new debuts. Right this way.

And if you’re seeking out some beloved Charleston spots that are now bookable on Resy, we’ve got you covered here.

Marbled & Fin Downtown Charleston

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When the group behind paradigm-busting restaurants like Husk and Minero opens a steakhouse, you know it’s going to be something else. Think an exciting menu that boasts almost as much seafood as there is meat; side dishes that go above and beyond the traditional offerings; and a wine list that covers a world that transcends the usual trophy Cabernets. 

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The Select Charleston Cannonborough Elliotborough

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At this Charleston sibling of The Select in Atlanta, you’ll enjoy a brasserie ambience, an American-international menu that hits all the right notes, an array of fruit-forward cocktails, and plenty of live entertainment, all adding up to a memorable evening out.

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XO Brasserie Nomo

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Because Herman Ng (longtime director of operations for Oak Steakhouse) is energizing the Charleston Chinese restaurant scene with XO Brasserie. The upscale-yet-casual establishment brings modern Sichuan and Cantonese dishes to this dramatic (see the building’s architecture) NoMo corner, rooted in the food his family cooked at home but also in the Chinese restaurant they once ran in South Carolina.

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Port of Call Food & Brew French Quarter

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Once a bustling food hall in Charleston’s historic district, Port of Call has donned a new identity — trading multi-cuisine counter-service stands for a big, bustling full-service restaurant featuring seafood with a Lowcountry accent, three bars, and one dazzling outdoor space.

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Taverna Mt Pleasant

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You might confuse the Cooper River with the Aegean after a meal at this more elegant Mount Pleasant offshoot of the popular Philosophia nearby. Highlights include a glistening array of whole fish, some straight from the Mediterranean, and an immense selection of Greek wines worth discovering.

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The Harlow James Island

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You’ll want to put this easy-going, indoor-outdoor James Island restaurant into regular rotation for its neighborhood feeling, its classic cocktails, and its all-American menu, ranging from char-grilled oysters to a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich with dill pickles and candied hot sauce that puts the Colonel to shame.

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Lowland Lower King

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Chef Jason Stanhope, who helped make nearby FIG one of the hottest restaurants in the South, is creating plenty of buzz anew with his Lowland-inspired cuisine in this 19th-century neoclassical carriage house across Ellis Alley from (and part of) The Pinch boutique hotel.

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Colectivo Johns Island

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Bring your family and friends to this handsome Johns Island Mexican place, where chef Alex Yellan (ex-Minero) serves a menu of easily shareable botanas, seafood cócteles and ceviches, and generously plated meat dishes with plenty of tortillas on the side.

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Lamar’s Downtown Charleston

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Billed as Charleston’s first reservation-only nightlife experience, this stylish and luxurious newcomer blends a private club vibe with sports and cocktails. And yes, limited reservations are available through Resy.

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Sommba Bistro & Bar Mount Pleasant

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Sharing is the right move at this light-bathed Spanish-flavored Mount Pleasant destination from the team behind SAVI Cucina + Wine Bar. Choose a tableful of small plates — seafood, meat, and/or vegetable — then dig into one of the Valencian-style paellas.

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Azur Harleston Village

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You’ll definitely want a seat in this luminous azur-blue and earth-toned dining room, where the team behind Charleston’s well-loved Bistro à Vin will transport you to Italy, France, and Spain with a menu of small and large plates, a formidable array of cheeses and cured meats, and a list of irresistible desserts.

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