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526 King St.
(843) 727-1228
www.indacocharleston.com

In some primitive and proverbial context, someone once mashed together crushed grain and water, left it in a cool place populated with natural yeasts, and smashed it flat before draping it over a hot rock next to the fire. James Island’s newest wood-fired oven, Crust, isn’t far removed from that ancient commencement.

You may not correctly pronounce okonomiyaki, but you find a way to order it because everyone else is eating the crispy cabbage pancake adorned with roasted kale, scallions, carrot, bacon, and a fried egg, too.

Go early or be prepared to wait. You’ll want an ample appetite and a pack of friends.

544 King St.,
(843) 414-7060
www.eattheordinary.com

With lofty spaces, abundant light, and the radiant urban agrarian menu offered by executive chef and owner Kevin Johnson, The Grocery is a breath of fresh air in Charleston’s culinary world.

186 Coming St.
(843) 637-3722
www.twoboroughslarder.com

Chef Bacon’s homegrown goodness remains unfussy and divinely nourishing

Like the welcome gift of an early spring bloom, Next Door brings a culinary rebirth to the space that formerly housed Samos on Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant.

Osteria la Bottiglia promotes a passion for food, wine, and the way Italians celebrate daily life.

Spicy, succulent tapas selections ignite the appetite with fire and flavor at Barsa Tapas, Lounge, & Bar, the uptown eatery conceived by restaurateur Drazen Romic, the owner and manager of Lana Restaurant and Bar.

Robust pomodoro sauce from John’s Island tomatoes, fresh pasta made in-house, and creamy hand-pulled mozzarella let you know there’s an Italian in the kitchen at La Tela Pizzeria.

Classic comfort, impeccable service, and the gracious cuisine of Charleston Grill executive chef Michelle Weaver make the ultimate reward at the end of the day.

Water’s Edge is one of those classic seafood restaurants where the scent of saltwater, call of gulls, and unmistakable tang of fried seafood serve as glorious reminders that you’re enjoying dinner on the coast.

Retreat into the cool, green comfort of Eurasia Café and Wine Bar for a delicious experience in New American cuisine and beyond.



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