Wild CommonAnything but common, Wild Common is Charleston's wildly unique and unforgettable culinary experience.
Executive Chef Orlando Pagán
ProhibitionA nod to the classic 1920’s speakeasy, Prohibition feels like you’re stepping back in time with its bourbon barrel ceiling and vintage inspired decor. Our cocktails and cuisine, however, are anything but old-fashioned. Begin with an inventive cocktail crafted by Beverage Director Jim McCourt, who constantly dreams up balanced and thought-provoking libations. In the kitchen our acclaimed chef, Greg Garrison, puts a sophisticated spin on Southern classics. Feeling adventurous? Try the whole experi
Burwell'sA modern twist on an old school steakhouse. At Burwell’s we strive to bring you the highest quality, most sustainable plate with the help of some of the most social and environmentally conscious people we know. So come in, relax, and let us tell you the story of where our food comes from.
Basic KitchenWhen it comes down to it, Basic Kitchen is about honest food that’s good for you, and enjoying your meal in a casual, relaxed environment. Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, Basic Kitchen is housed in a historic building with floor to ceiling windows and a covered courtyard filled with plants and herbs used by the kitchen.
TuWe are a restaurant inspired by the diverse traditions and cultures in and around the Indian Subcontinent (and sometimes beyond).
Husk RestaurantAt Husk, there are some rules about what can go on the plate. If it doesn’t come from the South, it’s not coming through the door. The resulting cuisine “is not about rediscovering Southern cooking but exploring the reality of Southern food.” This modern approach from Chef Grimes results in playful dishes such as Carolina Gold Crab Rice, Benton’s Bacon, Tomato Jam and Crab Roe, to new classics such as South Carolina Shrimp and Choppee Okra Stew with Carolina Gold Rice and Flowering Basil, Kentuc