Brown Dog Deli – A Game Changer in the Charleston Sandwich Scene

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By Mark A. Leon

We have all walked past Brown Dog Deli located at 40 Broad Street hundreds of times.? Perhaps on your way to the Art Walk or Blind Tiger.? Maybe you were looking up at the church steeple and you didn’t even notice.? It is a small unassuming restaurant that provides a safe haven of dining and delivery to the Broad Street, Battery and peninsula community.? As you walk in, there is a casual look and feel.? A nice bench in the front window as you wait for take out; a soda machine and two vats filled with sweet and unsweetened Ice Tea; tables in a small open setting and staff scurrying around to meet your needs.

Brown Dog is a traditional deli offering:

  • Salads
  • Wraps
  • Traditional Deli Classic Sandwiches
  • Specialty Sandwiches
  • Assortment of homemade sides (We recommend the hummus or macaroni salad)

Here is what you need to know and this is the secret we are finally going to unleash:? The food is outstanding.? The peninsula has transformed itself to a foodie paradise where inventive dishes have created a competition that lives and breathes on its own.? Hidden in this renaissance is a traditional deli environment surrounded by lawyers and fine art that delivers some of the most enticing salads and sandwiches in Charleston.

brown1There are two specialty sandwiches we would like to tell you about that we recently tried:

  • “The Grateful” Duck Club – This memorable gourmet sandwich includes:? apple-smoked duck breast, cashew butter spread, peach-ginger-pepper jelly, bacon, colby-cheddar cheese, arugula, & sherry walnut apple salad on a toasted sourdough bread.? Let me ask you, how long does it take to typically eat half a sandwich (yes, we shared it)?? I am thinking five to ten minutes, maybe fifteen if you engage in a thought-provoking discussion.? This half a sandwich took over 45 minutes to eat.? Not because I was super busy with work, but because I savored each and every bite.? The sweetness of the jelly and apple salad combined with the hearty bacon and duck was heavenly.? I was a little surprised at the thought of arugula, but it added a refreshing tartness to the sandwich.? As referenced in the title, this is a game changer.
  • Apple “Butter” Jeans – A beautiful autumn creation made with warm melted brie, sliced Granny Smith apples, local apple butter, fresh arugula, mesquite smoked turkey, honey ham, and applewood-smoked bacon served on a panini-pressed local French baguette.? Some sandwiches scream a season and if one was born for the fall and winter, this is it.? Typically, you cannot go wrong with brie and apples on a baguette, but add smoked turkey, ham and bacon and oh my do you have a meal.? Once again we shared and one half of this sandwich was enough to fill your appetite.

Brown Dog Deli does offer a combination option that includes a drink and side to make your meal complete.

If these two gourmet delights do not put you in a curiosity frenzy to stop by for lunch, then the Salmon, watermelon, feta cheese salad, chipotle chicken cobb salad or Mesquite Turkey Croissant (brie cheese, applewood-smoked bacon, sprouts, red onions & cranberry-pepper jelly) should completely win you over.

Wesley Denney, is titled a cuisine artist on the website and the mastermind behind the menu, What he does is more than create culinary art, he has mastered a true marketing victory.? By catering to the traditionalists and the creative salad and sandwich diners in a comforting setting, he has built a home for northern tourists, locals and business professionals from government officials to art curators.? With fresh local ingredients, gluten-free options and refreshingly explosive menu of mouth-watering dining treats, Brown Dog Deli is a winner in the Charleston casual dining space.

If you are looking for a craft beer to wash down these great menu selections, rest assured, they do offer a fine selection of drafts and bottles.? Come in for lunch or dinner, but not too late, they do close at 8:00 PM.? Come in for lunch or dinner, but watch out, it could get addictive.

Cookin’ with Booze Charleston Restaurant Review: Tu (With Cocktail Pairings)

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By Cookin’ with Booze

It’s Restaurant Week everyone (cue cheers)! I use Restaurant Week as an excuse to try new places, even if they aren’t participating. This year, the hot new restaurant Tu was at the top of my list. Tu comes from the culinary masterminds that brought us Xiao Bao Biscuit, so I knew I was in for a treat.? I know you will read a lot of other reviews of this place because it’s hot and new, so I’m going to switch it up and not only review the food, but suggest cocktail pairings with each course I tried.

Crudo Paired with the Destello Verde

 

Before arriving to Tu, I trolled their menu, Yelp, and the minds of fellow foodies to find out what I should order. The first dish I knew I had to try was the crudo. The crudo is a light appetizer featuring raw fish, habanero, guava, and cheese ice. That’s not a typo, I said CHEESE ICE. I don’t even remember what kind of fish was in the crudo because I heard the waiter say cheese ice and got distracted.

This dish was one of the most complex/ tastiest/ most creative dishes I’ve had in my life. The cheese ice (frozen Parmesan cheese) keeps the fish refreshingly cold while adding a salty and nutty flavor. I thought the habanero was going to punch me in the face with spice, but it was sliced so thinly and contrasted so well by the other ingredients that it added the perfect amount of heat.

The cocktail I would pair with this dish would be the Destello Verde, which is, as the waiter described it, “a margarita on steroids.” I love spice and tequila together, so this dish and cocktail are meant to be.

Aguachile paired with Desolation Avenue

For our second course, we went with another raw and refreshing dish, but this time with beef instead of fish (call me Dr. Suess, y’all). The aguachile composed of beef aged in kombu (seaweed), bonito (dried fish) mayo, thin sliced red onion & serrano peppers, and tomatillo water. The kombu gave the beef a salty note, which was complemented by the brightness of the tomatillo water and serrano peppers.

I would pair this dish with the Desolation Avenue cocktail (per the waiter’s suggestion) because the Desolation Avenue cocktail contains barley brine, which would complement the briny flavor of the kombu/ tomatillo water.

Pastrami paired with Coast Hopart IPA

I love that this dish is just called “Pastrami,” as if you’re going to get some pastrami slapped onto a plate. On the contrary, you get a sauerkraut pancake with crispy bits of pastrami, scallions, and topped off with a buttermilk mustard oil. I was a little nervous that the funk of the sauerkraut would take over the dish, but the salty pastrami and zing from the mustard were the stars of the show.

I chose a Coast Hopart IPA to pair with this dish because it’s like drinking a beer with a hot dog on game day; it just makes sense.

Yakitori Special paired with the Slow Gold

Our last course was a special they were having that night: Lamb Yakitori with Drunken Salsa. Obviously, they had me at drunken salsa. Yakitori is a Japanese kebab, so the lamb was skewered and charred to perfection on the grill. The drunken salsa was composed of pumpkin seeds, tomato, chipotle, mezcal (the drunken part), and lime juice.? The chipotle had a pungent spice that was a little too much on its own, but when it was combined with the fattiness of the lamb, the spice was toned down a little bit.

I would pair this dish with the Slow Gold cocktail because it’s the only sweet cocktail on the menu, which would tamp down the spice of the salsa.

calling all Adventurous Eaters!

For all you adventurous eaters out there, Tu is the place to go. The small plate-style of eating is perfect for people looking for a unique dining experience. You could probably go back here every day and have a different experience each time (in a good way). I know I will go back for a different experience, minus ordering the crudo over and over again because I may lose sleep over how tasty that dish was.

Official Tu Charleston Website

Location:? 430 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC

‘Sweet Belgium’ Brings the Taste of Old Europe Home to Charleston

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By Mark A. Leon

Step inside this small unassuming shop, on Folly Road in James Island and be greeted by Sergio, Audrey and staff.? With authentic Belgian music playing gently all around, black and white photos of the European experience, and the savory smell of the sweet delights of Old Europe, Sweet Belgium is bringing an exciting and scrumptious experience to the people of the Lowcountry.

Sergio and Audrey Tosi arrived in Charleston in 2016 to bring the authentic taste of their homeland to Charleston and they have introduced us to an explosion of culinary delight.

As I sat quietly enjoying my large fresh Belgium Waffle with powdered sugar and coffee, I took in an ambiance of family and traditional European value.? A young couple from Russia and Belarus enjoyed a savory breakfast while they beautiful young blonde baby walked curiously over to me and gazed at me with those ambitious eyes.? After admiring the music, the couple spoke to Sergio and for a few brief moments, each felt a sense of family.? Sergio spoke of his journey with his family and dreams of expanding, while all the customers listened and shared their own experiences.

Soon, a couple came in from church, a local neighbor on his bike ordered a dozen for some house guests and a group of six stopped by before heading to the beach.? It was so satisfying to see a mix of patrons that desired this unique and fresh experience.

Sergio and Audrey have created a model that caters to the masses both small and large.? Offering a simple menu that allows for specialty or customized creations for one single appetite or a whole party, Sweet Belgium has a bright future.

Their small special varieties include:

  • James Island Coconut Style
  • Tasty Almond
  • Fun Orange
  • Lemon and Lime
  • Strawberry Love
  • Dark Belgian Chocolate Rainbow or Walnuts
  • Belgian Black and White Chocolate

I, being a bit of a traditionalist, enjoyed a steaming hot fresh plain Belgium Waffle with powdered sugar and it exceeded all my expectations.? I am already eyeing the dark chocolate with sprinkles for my next visit to help complete my frequent diner rewards card.

Charleston is the home for the Annual Spoleto festival, where the entertainment and talents of Europe are brought to our coastal home.? So, finding a family owned spot that offers a fresh look at the life and taste of Belgium is a refreshing delight and one that will be many smiles.

We hate to be the spoiler of your excitement if you are eagerly ready to hit this spot first thing in the morning, but they are closed on Mondays.? You can make you way Tuesday – Saturday, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM and Sunday, 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM.

Though this location has only been open for six months, there is already some chatter of expansion to other Lowcountry locations.

Sometimes you find a place that offers exceptional service and fine culinary treats.? At Sweet Belgium, you get so much more.? You get an opportunity to feel like you are in the small Belgium town of Ghent, street performers are playing classical compositions and the smell of fresh Belgium Waffles are tickling your senses.

Come experience a little of Old Europe right here in Charleston.

Sweet Belgium Menu

Sweet Belgium Official Website

Stono Market & Tomato Shed Café: Where Freshness and Family Come Together on Johns Island

By Mark A. Leon

Charleston is known for many rich traditions; its history, dedication to family, high school and college football, tradition and fresh honest to goodness Southern cooking.? As locals, we are fortunate to know where the hidden treasures of the South lie.? Just a few miles outside of the hustle of the peninsula lies a place filled with fresh organic delight, family service with a smile and a sense of home and that is the Stono Market & Tomato Shed Café.

From the moment you step inside, you are swept away by the elegance of the marketplace with ornaments, trees and holiday décor all around.? In the far corner, they are proud of their achievements including the 2012 Critics Choice Award for the Mac Off right in the center of all the press praise.? To your right, the market; left the dining area and outside a rustic porch that reminds you of the old country.

It isn’t often you can knock off three birds with one stone, but this is a rare place indeed.? There are some lovely holiday decorations ordained throughout Charleston; yet we have not found any as magical as this place.? The ornaments and home décor are shining off the shelves waiting for good homes.

The market is a wellness dream from fresh arugula to jams; relishes to red potatoes, shrimp to beets.? The entire selection of greens, veggies, seasonings, seafood, jams, relishes and wines will meet all your home cooking needs.

The food in the café is so fresh, it almost melts before it hits your mouth.? Here at the Tomato Shed Café, we keep it simple.? No fancy plates or glasses.? No gimmicks.? Just great food that speaks directly to your palate.

The tomato pie, squash casserole, speckled butterbeans and creamy cucumbers and dill were of particular delight among a laundry list of fresh sides to choose from.? If you are having challenges choosing a side, order the vegetable plate and select four as your entrée.

Whatever you are in the mood for, there is a selection to meet your appetite. ?Perhaps a Crab Cake Plate or Wadmalaw Island BBQ Plate or Tomato Shed Shrimp (grilled local shrimp with red and green peppers, onions and tomatoes, a slightly spicy seasoning and 2 sides)

I heard from an insider that the Chocolate Zucchini Bread is heavenly, but come in early if you expect to get your hands on some to go (Baked Fresh for Purchase).

On this day, I had the chicken salad with a side of the tomato pie.? The subtle intensity of flavor was incredible.? Each bite of that tomato pie and lightly toasted bread and chicken salad was truly delightful.? This is also a place to share, so I got to try a few of other sides as well including an incredible squash casserole.

Tomato Shed Café isn’t a place to just come to eat.? It is a place to meet, read up on local news, catch up with your neighbors and remember why we love family and good Southern cooking.? This may be a little out of the way for some, but we promise you will make an effort to keep coming back.

We came for the lunch and stayed for the market and remembered the smiles and the lingering taste that stayed with us long after we left John’s Island.

Chicken Salad Sandwich with Tomato Pie
Chicken Salad Sandwich with Tomato Pie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

King Street Grille’s Downtown Charleston Location Closing its Doors After 13 Years

King Street Grille’s Downtown Charleston Location Closing its Doors After 13 Years

Lease non-renewal leaves King Street one less locally owned business

Charleston, SC King Street Grille’s original location (and namesake) will be closing its doors after 13 years in business due to non-renewal of their lease on lower King Street. The locally owned restaurant’s last day in business will be next Sunday, August 28.

 

King Street Grille which serves casual food and spirits in a sports-oriented setting, has five other South Carolina locations including North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Kiawah, Murrells Inlet and Myrtle Beach. Owners plan to assist King Street employees with finding jobs at other King Street Grille locations or at other restaurants in the Charleston area.

 

“We would like to thank all of our customers and employees for the support over the years. We started on King Street and King Street will always be in our name even if we don’t have a King Street restaurant,” says Scott Kier of King Street Grille. Owners say they will be actively searching other options to return to King Street under a situation where the lease agreement is mutually beneficial to all parties.

 

King Street Grille will be open for normal operating hours next week from 11am-11pm Monday-Thursday, 11am-12am Friday-Saturday and 11am-11pm on Sunday. For more information about King Street Grille and their other locations, please visit TheKingStreetGrille.com or find them on Facebook at King Street Grille DT Charleston

Jack’s Cafe: New Look; Same Southern Charm

By Mark A. Leon
By Mark A. Leon

You may have recently gone into Jack’s Cafe or past by and noticed something different.? Actually, quite a few things have changed.? The look, menu, art, chef, baker and the owner, but one thing has remained; the warm southern appeal of this diner situated between the College of Charleston and King Street on George.

The new owner, a former Boston man and now thirty year resident of Charleston, sat down with us for a few minutes to talk about some of the changes and how he found his way into owning Jack’s Cafe.

The first thing I learned that as a diner owner, he did not drink coffee.? That broke down a major stereotype for me as I enjoyed my second cup of java.? I was eager to learn of the new and exciting changes that has transformed this dining fixture that has filled the bellies of students, tourists and locals for decades.

Now open seven days a week, Jack’s serves up breakfast from open to close, lunch from 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM and fresh baked goods and ice cream treats to complete the experience.

As I looked for a traditional breakfast favorite to order, I as taken back by the Kitchen Sink Grits.? I am a sucker for a unique menu item not found anywhere else.? I inquired.? This meal, and I say meal, includes grits, cheddar cheese, peppers, mushrooms, broccoli, sausage, bacon, ham and topped with a fried egg.? Oh my, did that hit a spot.

Whether you want a hangover cure or a rich hearty meal, this is your item of choice.? The top layer is the fried egg and then a healthy portion of vegetables and finally penetrating protein.? The first few bites were refreshing and then the meat added that zesty kick.

The create your own omelet gives the particular customer just what they want.? You select a cheese, vegetables and meat and it includes home fries or grits and bread.? I did sneak a few of the potatoes.? They were sauteed with just the right amount of spice.

The chef was scooped up from Homily Grill so he brings a nice resume to the table and it showed in the final product.

Overall, Jack’s Cafe provides a winning combination.? Spacious seating, excellent service (especially on the refills), fantastic prices, a warm intimate diner setting and food packed with flavor and diverse range.

 

167 Raw – Brings Truth to Seafood in Charleston

By Mark A. Leon
By Mark A. Leon

If you get to 167 Raw early enough or stay late enough, you will see the owners biking to and from work.? As you enter this tiny diamond in the rough across the street from Harris Teeter on East Bay Street, you will see what appears to be a fish market and raw bar with large fresh oysters, daily fish and shell fish options for home consumption.

If you are dining in, ease into one of the tables, sit across from the chefs in the kitchen or chat up the bartenders behind the bar and kick back with a good craft beer or glass of wine and enjoy a memorable seafood experience.

This heavenly seafood place will rock your world.? Charleston is the sister location to 167 Raw located on Nantucket Island.

First, we want to dive in and let you know they offer a lobster roll. Yes fresh lobster roll and wow is a word to describe this must have.? This single item will highlight your experience and linger with you long after you exit the building and enjoy the rest of your evening.? The plentiful portion is worth sharing and we encourage it.

ceviche
ceviche

The ceviche was one of the finest I have ever encountered from coast to coast.? Served with warm homemade chips that are thick and light and just the right seasoning made this the perfect combination to start your dining experience.

The Ahi Poke and Pork tacos were ridiculously good. Savory and bursting in flavor.

Whether you chose those or others among the other decadent selections, you will be overwhelmed with three aspects:

  • The healthy portion of fresh protein ingredients
  • Carefully selected toppings to compliment the taco and offer the biggest win on the palate
  • The freshness of the seafood will scream with pleasure into your mouth

This also has a true coastal Charleston feel.? Take a fresh seafood market, a bit of trendy hipster staff, a rugged bartender with a hint of a beard, employees with warm smiles that truly care about their customers and enticing seafood that will quickly make you a regular and there you have 167 Raw.

A must dining experience for Charleston.

Fresh tacos
Fresh tacos

Thai Elephants Restaurant Spices Up James Island

By Mark A. Leon
By Mark A. Leon

Thai and sushi are becoming a very common part of the Charleston food portfolio. ?It is now beginning to be easier to differentiate the quality of the cuisine. ?Thai Elephants Restaurant is nicely hidden just off of Folly Road between Walgreens and Sonic. ?What a combination.

The first impressive thing as you enter the restaurant are the tables. ?Wooden hand carved sculptures under the glass table provide an authentic and unique setting. ?It is a truly masterful site with tremendous attention and detail placed into each tabletop.

It is a small place so if busy, don’t be afraid to sit by the sushi bar.? The sushi bar is a comfortable “L” shaped seating area with an intimate view of the sushi chef.? It is very comfortable and easy to have a conversation. ?We thoroughly enjoyed it. ?Plus we got the first hand smells from the kitchen and sushi preparation station. ?For some that is a big deciding factor.

The spring rolls were very light and mouthwatering. ?You get two cut in half so it very sharable and a good way to start the evening.

The sushi is excellent. ?Very tight rolls with a rich fresh ingredients.? There are a number of traditional and specialty combinations of sushi, nagiri and sashimi.

Coconut Basil Soup
Coconut Curry Soup

I had the coconut basil soup. ?It was not what I had expected. ?There was more of a lemongrass taste so the sweetness of coconut was minimized. ?Yet, I still thoroughly enjoyed the taste which blended sweet, tangy and a tiny bit of spice. ?If you are expecting the same sweet taste as the coconut soup as Basils, don’t get this, but if you want a good strong soup, this is well prepared.

The staff is very very friendly and constantly smiling.? It was almost infectious how genuinely happy each member of the staff was and how much they went out of their way to assist.? During our entire dining experience, they let us set the paced.? If you want a casual night out with good long conversation, this is a great place where you will not feel rushed.

This is one of the better thai and sushi choices in Charleston and we strongly recommend.

Bringing a Bit of France to the Low Country with Brasserie Gigi

By Robert J. Jenks
By Robert J. Jenks

When drawing up a list of places to eat in downtown Charleston, it is more than likely that a local’s list will differ greatly from that of an out-of-towner. Unfortunately, geography plays an integral role in determining which crowd will visit which establishments. Though there is a great deal of overlap, the Market certainly takes the cake when it comes to attracting the most out of town clientele, and because of that, locals tend to avoid the area at all costs.

One restaurant—with a unique interior reminiscent of a Parisian bistro, stands out amongst its Market Street competition to deliver delicious French food and top-notch customer service. Having only been open for just under a year and a half, Brasserie Gigi is on its way to the top of Charleston’s culinary charts. In fact, Brasserie Gigi is under the same ownership umbrella as some of the town’s long-time favorites, such as Hank’s Seafood and Peninsula Grill.

With a seasoned hospitality team behind the scenes making and implementing service standards and expert menu decisions, Brasserie Gigi sets the bar high in terms of guest satisfaction. To hear a little bit more about the great service and cuisine offered here, I sat down with the General Manager, Johanna Jenkins for an inside scoop:

Q: What are the top three things you aim for guests to take away from their dining experience at Brasserie Gigi?

A: As a manager, I don’t want my guests to ever want for anything. When they leave they should have had impeccable service and delicious food in a lovely and enjoyable atmosphere.

Q: With food culture being so prevalent in Charleston, how do you adjust your menus to remain competitive in the restaurant scene while still giving the public what they want?

A: At Brasserie Gigi we definitely face those challenges being French and on the Market. We have an extraordinarily diverse menu that will cater to almost everyone while keeping a little French flare in every dish.

Q: What changes would you like to see in Brasserie Gigi within the next year of operation?

A: For me Brasserie Gigi is top notch in all areas and because of that we have an amazing return clientele business. I just hope to reach more guests both local and visiting so we can pack the house every night.

Q: Tell me about a recent all-star experience with a guest.

A: I make a point to try and visit each table and make sure they are enjoying everything and learn a little about their visit. More times than not I hear that this is their favorite experience in Charleston. You can’t top that.

Q: What do you think sets Brasserie Gigi apart from Charleston’s other top restaurants?

A: The fact that behind closed doors Brasserie Gigi is steeped in hospitality history from the owner to the chef. It is truly a privilege to be a part of such an establishment and respected team.

As you can see the staff at Brasserie Gigi, from the owner to the front-of-house team, strive to create the best experience for their guests. In addition, the French bistro dining style is fairly unique to the area, making this establishment stand out amongst our local culture of grits and seared pork belly. Though the food is French, the hospitality and service speak with a loud voice to the Southern standard our great city is known for around the world.

Charleston Harbor Fish House – Brings Fresh Seafood and History Together

 

By Mark A. Leon
By Mark A. Leon

The Charleston Harbor Fish House, located at 32 Patriots Point Road is hidden well for a very specific reason, dare we say many reasons.

  • Intimate marina ambiance with magical harbor view of the USS Yorktown, sailboats and gorgeous western sunset.
  • Open outdoor second floor bar and dining area to feel the breeze of the harbor while enjoying a refreshing cocktail
  • Exquisite menu of fresh seafood, raw, cooked and fried to meet all your needs.
  • A walk through life on the water, with decor focused on a lifestyle on the water.
  • A warm and receptive staff from the wait service to management.

Haleigh was a model of sunshine as our waitress and representative face of the restaurant.? Her demeanor, pleasantries and warmth as we enjoyed a quiet evening out was presented almost flawlessly.? We were given the best table in the restaurant, situated on the far right corner by the back window overlooking the Yorktown and the sun setting just to our left.

As you make your way through the menu, it will come as no surprise that most of the entree selections are seafood based.? If you do not take part in seafood dining, there are three incredible options including braised short ribs, Filet Mignon and Buttermilk fried chicken.

If you are with a group and love the idea of raw indulgences, the Chilled Seafood Castle and Tower will be a perfect way to start or maintain all of you.? This is priced at market but includes:? Gulf and East Coast Oysters, little neck clams, mussels, Gulf Shrimp, snow crab legs, crab claws and lobster tails.? I think this sharable list of delights speaks for itself.

Grilled and Chilled Watermelon Salad
Grilled and Chilled Watermelon Salad

I was in a mood for a refreshing salad to whet my palate and I have to say, they have one of the most creative and refreshing spring and early fall salads I have ever enjoyed.? The grilled and chilled watermelon salad was a sizable thick slice of watermelon lightly grilled and chilled with a bed of arugula, feta cheese, marinated tomatoes, mint and chili oil on top.? With a solid watermelon foundation, a bit of spice and the right mix of tomato and feta, every bite was an enhanced rainbow of flavor.? This alone, could have served as a meal for many.

The smoked Salmon flat bread and Cedar Plank Salmon were the main courses of the evening.? The flat bread was a healthy 10 inches round made with a house ricotta, dill and preserved lemon and topped with a good portion of very fresh smoked salmon.? The richness of the ricotta and tangy smoked salmon made for a very nice combination.? Initially, I was not sure how that would fair, but it was a successful play.? The dill added for a nice aftertaste.

The salmon came out on a hot cedar plank.? Presented as a dark orange-pink and topped with a Sriracha honey-glaze and sided with grilled zucchini and smashed potatoes, the appearance was just as good as the taste.? A well designed and prepared coastal entree.

Fish House also offers tuna, grouper, swordfish crab cakes and shrimp & grits so do a little research first.? If you go in cold, you may have a difficult time narrowing your selection down.

From the initial setting of the sun to the darkness and Ravenel Bridge lights reflecting on the harbor, the Charleston Harbor Fish House delivered a memorable meal and very comforting dining experience.

Smoked Salmon Flat Bread
Smoked Salmon Flat Bread