OUT & ABOUT
Charleston may have gotten its Holy City nickname from the preponderance of steeples that punctuate the skyline, but the restaurant scene has added a fresh touch of the divine to our Lowcountry capital—and not just in terms of the food. There is also an array of next-level inspiration to be found in the designs of the restaurants, and we are proud to play a part in many of these meticulously crafted interiors. And in between meals, there’s no shortage of places to see and experience in Charleston, either.
Explore our guide to the best of the city.
MORE HIDDEN GEMS
Off-the-beaten-path endorsements from our crew
City Marina | A dive bar overlooking the Ashley River that tourists still don't know about. – Kate, Sales
French Quarter | A picturesque pathway behind St. Phillip's Church, stretching between Queen Street and Cumberland Street. – Wes, Craft
Folly Beach | An outdoor hole-in-the-wall that serves beer, wine, and a limited menu. Twinkle lights and lanterns hang in the trees and there's always good music playing. – Hope, New Product Design
North Charleston | Located in Charleston's Old Naval Yard, this sweeping green space offers scenic views of the Cooper River with plenty of room to roam. – Daisha, Fleet
Park Circle | An authentic Irish pub with a neighborhood atmosphere. – Anne, Creative