• The Charleston Grill, located in the lovely Belmond Charleston Place, is fine dining at its best
with a seasonal menu in four categories: Pure,
Southern, Cosmopolitan and Lush.
• Fig’s elevated take on Southern classics
are cooked with seasonal ingredients in an
upscale bistro setting.
• Hominy Grill’s Lowcountry cooking
traditions are featured at this Charleston
institution located in an old barbershop.
• Husk boasts an ever-changing menu
of locally-sourced Southern dishes served
in a Victorian-era home.
• McCrady’s, housed in an 18th century
tavern, is an acclaimed spot for Southern
food with a modernist twist.
• Slightly North of Broad is a fun, Lowcountry
bistro in a renovated warehouse space that
has been regarded as one of Charleston’s best
restaurants for over 20 years.
Top Things To Do
• The Aiken-Rhett House Museum
Built in the early 1800s, the house has antique
furnishings, original wallpaper and stunning
• Boone Hall Plantation
One of America’s oldest working plantations
welcomes visitors with a majestic row of
ancient oak tress.
• Fort Sumter National Monument
In the middle of Charleston Harbor, this site
is where the Civil War began in 1861.
• Dock Street Theatre
This ornate playhouse, with elegant woodwork
and cobblestone courtyard, presents dramas,
comedies and musicals.
• Drayton Hall
Built in 1738, Drayton Hall is one of the oldest
surviving plantations left in the South.
• Folly Beach
Just 12 miles south of Charleston, this beach
offers swimming, surfing, paddle-boarding,
kayaking and fishing.
• South Carolina Aquarium
Exhibits highlight South Carolina’s major
geographic regions featuring 60 unique habitats.
• Waterfront Park
This eight-acre park faces the harbor and
includes a splash fountain, pier, swings and