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Favorite spots/hidden gems in Charleston?

My mom and I are planning a trip to Charleston, SC - what are some favorite spots or hidden gems or activities you have enjoyed?  Thanks!

4 Answers

answered first by
Tami from Charleston

Bull Street Gourmet & Market & Persimmon Cafe are two of my favorite low key, super delicious lunch spots in Charleston. 

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  1. Bull Street Gourmet & Market (restaurant)
  2. Persimmon Cafe (restaurant)
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answered by
Theresa from Charleston

For a fun evening out, I would visit Theatre 99 they have wonderful improv shows that are actually funny! Local and visiting stand-ups visit often as well. It's a small theater located above a bike shop, full of charm and wonderful performers.

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  1. Theatre 99 (restaurant)
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answered by
Sean from Charleston

Broad question as there is so much to do.  On Upper King Street there are loads of great places to eat - The Rarebit, The Macintosh, The Ordinary, Prohibition just to name a few.  On Queen Street in 100 yards there is a Napa Vally winery tasting room and 3 of the best restaurants in Charleston (Poogan's Porch, Husk and 82 Queen St - Great bar at Husk too)

Couple of neat roof top bars - 225 Market St, Vendue Inn and a new place on Meeting Street in the Grand Bohemian.

Hidden gems - Leon's, The Gin Joint, Crave in Mount Pleasant and Rita's Seaside Grille at Folly. 

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. The Rarebit (restaurant)
  2. The Macintosh (restaurant)
  3. The Ordinary (restaurant)
  4. Prohibition (restaurant)
  5. Poogan's Porch (restaurant)
  6. Husk (restaurant)
  7. 82 Queen St (attraction)
  8. 225 Market St (attraction)
  9. Vendue Inn (hotel)
  10. Leon's (restaurant)
  11. The Gin Joint (attraction)
  12. Crave (restaurant)
  13. Rita's Seaside Grille (restaurant)
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answered by
Tonya Russ from Charlotte
R. Kitchen is a great hidden gem, you have to make a reservation. Tiny place, two seatings nightly. Two locations, but I like the one on Rutledge better.

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  1. R. Kitchen (restaurant)

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