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Acme Lowcountry Kitchen is located on Isle of Palms and combines coastal cuisine with classic fare. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in a casual beach atmosphere with flavor profiles that exemplify fresh, local ingredients and sustainable seafood. 843.886.0024 | 31 J C Long Blvd
The Boathouse on Isle of Palms is located at Breach Inlet and has unparalleled views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The menu features southern cuisine that includes 6 types of the freshest fish available prepared a number of ways. 843.886.8000 | 101 Palm Blvd
Morgan Creek Grill offers beautiful views and features Lowcountry dishes such as shrimp and grits, scallops and flounder. It’s a great place to sit and listen to live music. Oyster roasts with local, fire roasted oysters on Saturdays in the fall and winter. 843.886.8980 | 80 41st Ave
Coconut Joe’s is the place to be for family friendly beachfront dining on the Isle of Palms. Dine on our covered deck against a backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean and bring the kids up to the roof, where the whole family can enjoy live music and plenty of fun. 843.886.0046 | 1120 Ocean Blvd
Located on the main street of Front Beach on the Isle of Palms, Coda del Pesce (Italian for “tail of the fish”) is a contemporary Italian influenced restaurant showcases the area’s most untapped asset—the ocean, the view and menu highlight this incredible bounty. 843.242.8570 | 1130 Ocean Blvd
The Dinghy has a laid-back Key West vibe, great food options and many unique beers on tap. The Dinghy features a spacious side porch, which features live music during Happy Hour, plenty of TVs and a friendly staff. 843.242.9310 | 8 J C Long Blvd
Sea Biscuit Cafe, an Isle of Palms favorite, is a bright, cozy cafe with nautical touches serving a simple menu of homestyle breakfast & lunch. 843.886.4079 | 21 J C Long Blvd
The Refuge on Isle of Palms is the perfect spot for all walks of island living. Enjoy your morning coffee with fresh bagels and pastries at the coffee bar and cafe or enjoy fresh, local food in the dining room from 7Am to 10 PM. 843.242.8934 | 1517 Palm Blvd a
At Feast on Isle of Palms, enjoy wonderful seasonal menus featuring items such as the Farm Egg Sandwich and the Feast Burger, all made with fresh, local foods. 843.214.50191028 Carolina Blvd
Banana Cabana, on Isle of Palms’ Front Beach, is committed to satisfying customers with great food and excellent service. With a wide variety of delicious dishes for lunch and dinner, whatever you are int he mood for, you can find it here! 843.886.4360 | 1130 Ocean Blvd. Isle of Palms, SC 29451
Cafe Paname, conveniently located on Palm Boulevard, is one of the best places to stop in for a coffee on the Isle of Palms. Family owned and operated, this coffee shop only serves locally roasted coffee and sourced food.843.885.6303 |  1202 Palm Blvd. Isle of Palms, SC 29451
Home Team BBQ is located on Sullivan’s Island and combines traditional processes and techniques of classical cuisine with the simplicity of comfort food, BBQ, and Southern fare. Offers large party take-out and full-service catering. 843.883.3131 | 2209 Middle St, Sullivan’s Island
Poe’s Tavern is located on Sullivan’s Island and is named in honor of Edgar Allan Poe, they are best known for great burgers and drinks. Open 7 days a week from 11am-10pm. The bar at Poe’s stays open until midnight. 843.883.0083 | 2210 Middle St, Sullivan’s Island
Mex 1 Coastal Cantina offers Mexican food that is inspired by the great seafood and the arid-inland beef that is abundant in the Baja Peninsula. Phone: 843.882.8172 |  2205 Middle St, Sullivan’s Island
A Sullivan’s Island must, the Obstinate Daughter pays homage to the rich Revolutionary War history of Sullivan’s Island. Featuring oysters, flatbreads and local seafood. 843.416.5020 | 2063 Middle St, Sullivan’s Island,
Halls Chophouse is a family steakhouse restaurant located in the Upper King District of Charleston, South Carolina. They value hospitality, superior American cuisine and a dining experience that guests revere. 843.727.0090 | 434 King St, Charleston
The Peninsula Grill has a reputation for crafting Southern cuisine defined by high quality and fresh ingredients. The dining experience ranks among the nation’s most polished and perfected. 843.723.0700 | Planters Inn, 112 N Market St, Charleston
The Macintosh serves homegrown cuisine in a comfortable neighborhood space situated on Charleston’s bustling upper King Street.  They serve accessible dishes that are rooted in the spirit of the Southern palate. Dinner may also be enjoyed on the back patio, complete with a fire pit, making evenings here even better. 843-.789.4299 | 479 King St, Charleston
Fig is a laid-back, eclectic and unpretentious, and is one part retro diner, one part neighborhood café, and one part elegant bistro. Warm hues, soft lighting and an unexpected quirkiness encourage guests to settle in, get comfortable, and have a great time. 843.805.5900 |  232 Meeting St, Charleston
Circa 1886 draws inspiration from historic Southern dishes and always highlights what is local and in season. Chef Collins puts a healthful, distinctive spin on classic Lowcountry dishes. This means there is less butter and cream than typically found on Southern menus. 843.853.7828 | Wentworth Mansion, 149 Wentworth St, Charleston
Burwell’s Stone Fire Grill has a charming bar, a first-rate craft cocktail program, and steaks; seafood cooked with old-school expertise over a 1400-degree wood fire. The kicker, their signature, custom made 700 degree searing stones perfect for Prime Beef. These Hot Rocks sear appetizers and full entrees right at your table! 843.737.8707 |  14 N Market St, Charleston
Poogan’s Porch is one of Charleston’s oldest independent culinary establishments, with a fresh approach to Lowcountry cuisine. This beautifully restored Victorian house is the perfect southern spot for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. 843.577.2337 | 72 Queen St, Charleston
At Husk, the kitchen reinterprets the bounty of the surrounding area, exploring an ingredient-driven cuisine that begins in the rediscovery of heirloom products and redefines what it means to cook and eat in Charleston. 843.577.2500 | 76 Queen St, Charleston
The Ordinary is a Southern seafood hall and oyster bar located in an old bank in Charleston, SC. Their menu celebrates the “merroir” of the Coastal Carolinas and the East Coast, and they strive to support local and regional fishermen, crabbers, oystermen, farmers and producers. 843.414.7060 | 544 King St, Charleston
Fleet Landing Restaurant features classic and contemporary Southern seafood fare in a setting that celebrates the area’s waterfront heritage.Encased in a hurricane proof, 6,000 square foot concrete maritime structure, Fleet Landing juts out over the marsh on a reinforced pier and boasts an unobstructed view of the Charleston harbor. 843.722.8100 | 186 Concord St, Charleston
Coast Bar and Grill features 40-foot ceilings, rustic tin roofs & art from around the world, creating an atmosphere reminiscent of an eclectic beach bar. Enjoy an Award-Winning Mojito outside on the open air patio, or a delicious bottle of wine in the spacious bar lined with carefully preserved palm trees. 843.722.883839 John St D, Charleston
O-Ku celebrates authentic Asian cuisine with a southern approach and a menu that focuses on unique ingredients and sophisticated presentations. Chef Kazu Murakami showcases the freshest fish from the world’s finest markets and producers, as well as local sustainable sources. 843.737.0112 | 463 King St, Charleston
Great food and a charming ambiance can only equal an extraordinary dining experience! Hank’s Seafood Restaurant is located in a turn-of-the-century warehouse overlooking the Charleston City Market. This restaurant recreates a Classic Charleston Fish House with an old fashioned saloon-style bar and an exhibition raw bar. 843.723.FISH(3474) | 10 Hayne St, Charleston
Cru Café is Charleston’s home to some of the best gourmet comfort food in the Lowcountry. Cru Café is the culinary creation of renowned Le Cordon Bleu graduate, Chef John Zucker. 843.534.2434 | 18 Pinckney St, Charleston
In 1990, Magnolia’s ignited a culinary renaissance when it opened in Charleston, SC paving the way for countless other restaurants across the South. Today, led by chefs Don Drake, Kelly Franz and team, Magnolias remains a forerunner in upscale Southern cuisine. 843.577.7771 | 185 E Bay St, Charleston
Blossom, located on historic East Bay Street in downtown Charleston, SC, serves American cuisine highlighting the Lowcountry’s best seafood. Executive chef Adam Close and his team offer simple, clean dishes, featuring local, seasonal ingredients sourced from area fishermen and farmers. 843.722.9200 | 171 E Bay St, Charleston
Grill 225 is a fine-dining chophouse in the Market Pavilion Hotel featuring handpicked cuts & a big wine list. 843.266.4222 | Market Pavilion Hotel, 225 E Bay St, Charleston

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