Called the Holy City because of the many steeples that fill its skyline, Charleston is also regarded for its Southern hospitality, great food and artful sensibility. It may be one of the country’s oldest cities, but it is firmly rooted in the now.
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FIG (Food Is Good)
Modern. Fresh. Delish. A local favorite.
Old City Jail
Get in touch with Charleston’s haunted past here — if you dare.
Wayne swears it has the best burger in Charleston, served beachside.
Moe's Crosstown Tavern
A charming vintage pub near The Citadel; perfect for pub grub and watching a game.
M. Dumas and Sons
In business since 1917, this clothier can outfit town-and-country style from Lacoste to Levis.
The Gin Joint
A pre-Prohibition-style bar that resurrects classic cocktails complete with custom chipped ice.
Perhaps the first — and best — representative of the city’s culinary renaissance.
Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Pavilion
Learn the history and artistry of basket making in the area where it was born.
39 Rue de Jean
You’ll find Mike here when a show wraps, diggin' the late-night service.
If you like live music on the beach (and who doesn’t?), Mary says this is the spot.