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Suggestions Please For Travel in Charleston North Carolina

post #1 of 9
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We are headed for Charleston, somewhere I’ve wanted to go back to for many years.  I first visited North Carolina in my working years, but did not get the opportunity to see any sites or try any of the foods. 

Southern, Soulfood, Low Country, all of these cuisines or foreign to me but both my husband and I want to jump in. 

We miss Seafood tremendously, being from the middle of the Pacific and then transplanting to the middle of the desert! 

Help?! 

We will be in Charleston for only four nights and want to make the most of our eating experience, ANY suggestions?

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Husk is a definite
post #3 of 9

Uh, Charleston is is South Carolina.

They are two different states with somewhat different culinary vernaculars.

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Uh, Charleston is is South Carolina.

They are two different states with somewhat different culinary vernaculars.

WHAT WAS I THINKING?

we're visiting relatives in North Carolina and then taking a side trip to SOUTH Carolina,

duh, that's it!

;) mahalos (thanks) @foodnfoto

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Husk is a definite

@Debo thanks,  we'll look for Husk, have you eaten here?

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Yes it was great the menu changes daily according to what is fresh that day and brought to the resturant. Its very casual just good solid low country food. Also check out Mccrady's I haven't eaten there but wanted to, it is by the same owner, chef Sean Brock the man is a genius
post #7 of 9

There's a restaurant called 'Slightly North of Broad' that is very sophisticated and incredibly delicious.

 

The price is reasonable for the service and food, I want to say appetizer, supper, dessert and drinks for 2 people cost us 90 or so.

 

When I went to the restroom my husband said an attendant scurried to my place to scrape my bread crumbs off of the table with a litte knife scraper. Just for kicks I told him to go to the restroom so that I could see it too! Very nice place.

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Yes it was great the menu changes daily according to what is fresh that day and brought to the resturant. Its very casual just good solid low country food. Also check out Mccrady's I haven't eaten there but wanted to, it is by the same owner, chef Sean Brock the man is a genius

I pulled up their website, looks great
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Lauren, I have this place on my list, but man $90 maybe we should up our budget
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